speyerj wrote: »
@wanderinglight - that is a great story!!
I had something similar happen to me when I was running the half marathon. There was a woman, younger and thinner than me that passed me about mile 11, I made it a goal to try to keep her in my sight for as long as possible. She was running faster than me, but then she started to slow down and take some walking breaks. We leap-frogged each other a few times, but every time I wanted to slow down or quit, I said to myself, "she's still running, I can too." I saw her after the race and told her how she had inspired me to keep going during the hardest part and she said, "No way, you were my inspiration. I keep stopping but every time you passed me, I pushed myself to keep going."
It's funny how much in our own heads we are - and how we see others an inspirations, yet can't even imagine how we could possibly inspire others.
I love that you now have a new outdoor gym friend.
KeriA wrote: »
@AlexandraFindsHerself our windows don’t have screens so we can’t open them since our kittens will get out. Unfortunately there is a coyote in the area so we can’t let them be indoor/outdoor cats. We would love a screened enclosure.
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