5 Comments

  1. said:

    WOW this was so me! I kept running and running, ignoring my poor old knees until one of them said, “Enough!” And though I miss running terribly sometimes, it was a relief to let it go.

    August 25, 2016
    Reply
    • said:

      Very brave, Anne! It’s hard to honor our bodies in this way sometimes (especially as stubborn runners). I used to think I could train the injuries, aches, and pains out. But that was a losing strategy every time. No more hard core stuff for me. I am grateful for whatever my body gives me and take each day as it comes. Proud of you for giving up the fight against yourself. That is the very definition of courage! xo

      September 7, 2016
      Reply
  2. Chrissy said:

    So as weird as this is, I’ve been thinking about how you have been since August 1st, so today on my drive home, stuck in traffic, after hanging out w 800 middle schoolers, I decided I’m just going to check safari… Truly the power of the heart and mind and body, and there was my Al, amazing and you, I kept driving, kept thinking, did the mom thing and ran 8 miles because it’s what I do now … With no real goals, just because I wanted to, not even knowing that one of my best friends I have ever had has been doing the sameAnd a million times more, we have come so far from white pizza and sex in the city not to mention wibs… Miss you like crazy!!!!

    September 1, 2016
    Reply
    • said:

      OMG!! I was just talking about you with Chris the other day! Miss you so much! Email me (arheilig@comcast.net) where you’re living – I’d love to see/meet you for a lunch or something! My life has completely changed over the past few years and I’d love to hear about what you’ve been up to! xoxo

      September 7, 2016
      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *