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A little calm

Friday, November 16, 2012

Everyone has been so supportive here. Very hard to have my husband leave me for another woman after 24 years of marriage but I'm doing better and sometimes worse at times. This has been the hardest 2 weeks of my life. So my 1st 5k race is tomorrow. I'm excited and nervous. Most likely will be raining. I'm .5 pound away from my weight goal so I feel like I've done it ( as far as weigh loss goes) I'm working on setting new goals. Surfing and kayaking being some and to TONE THE MIDDLE SECTION :) Would be nice to have a tummy tuck but that's not going to happen. My immediate goals are : Finish race and run all the way through on Saturday. Celebrate :) and on Monday work on core 3-4 days a week but still doing regular workout as well.
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    Best wishes for your race this weekend - it's a great accomplishment to have been dealt such a blow and still get out there. And remember - this is something that NO ONE can take away from you.
    It has been almost a year now since I separated from my husband; we were married 14 years, but together 23 - he was my highschool sweetheart, and I thought we would grow old and senile together. This has been a rollercoaster year for me, and I still have ups and downs, but it gets better every day. Running was a great outlet for me, and in all honesty it was childishly rewarding to know that I ran my first half marathon while my ex was living in his mother's basement...

    You got this.
    1920 days ago
    Good luck with your race tomorrow! Enjoy the moment. Ran mine last year with my daughters and it felt great!
    1920 days ago
    It's amazing that you're still achieving amazing things during such a difficult time. Kudos to you!! And big hugs :)
    1920 days ago
    I can only imagine your pain. You are worthy of so much more love and respect and it will come your way. Stay strong.
    1920 days ago
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