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10k Race

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Good day friends and it's really funny to say it's a long time.

Well, today is a landmark for me and I know it will keep going. I ran a 10k race today and I am so proud to tell it to the world. It was not really about the timing and position but more of the fact that I started the race and finished in good form.

Back to when I first joined sparkpeople, when I had friends who were really close even when we were continents apart.

I joined challenges that really challenged me.

I had spark buddies who motivated me to be fit.

I met people that I really bonded with.

I was healthy and I felt it too.

I was passionate about living healthy and staying fit.

Lastly, when I saw pictures of races, I dreamed of me also doing a public race someday (I had done a few virtual)

But 8 years along, life had happened and trust me it had not been easy only worth it.

Right now I wish to be back. Back to my consistent blogs, exercise, challenges and the passion to be healthy now that I am above 40. (Not the same body any longer). I hope someone out there will be that old friend that sparked me and kept sparking me.

Anyways the race was fun and it reminded me of sparkpeople as I was making my way through the routes this morning. Sparkpeople had helped me in a lot of ways and I dedicate this race to them. I wouldn't have gotten it better elsewhere.

Thank you sparkfriends, I owe you one.

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  • RO2BENT
    You go girl
    2 days ago
  • AEGISHOT
    Thanks Buddy. Comments like this inspire me emoticon
    3 days ago
  • CTURCOTTE
    So inspiring! I am just at awe that is was the 10K wowser. And you are correct where or how far in line you are in the race doesnt matter. Its just the fact that you DID IT! WTG! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3 days ago
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