Isa sa mga BAYANI .
ANG DAPAT IPAGDIWANG NG LAHAT NG PILIPINO .
IPAMULAT SA ATING KABATAAN .
ANG ARAW NA HINDI DAPAT MAKALIMUTAN . PASALAMATAN AT IPAGBUNYI . 🇺🇸 One of the HEROES.
SHOULD CELEBRATE OF ALL FILIPINOS.
EDUCATE OUR YOUTH.
THE DAY WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN. APPRECIATED AND ACCLAIMED. 🇫🇷 Un des héros.
Devrait célébrer de tous les Philippins.
Éduquer nos jeunes.
Le jour ne sera pas oublié. Apprécié et acclamé.
Nothing quite like the final seconds of a one mile race... 🙈😱 Hot morning for racing but I kept telling myself that I could do anything for one mile. I stayed on pace- just under 80 seconds for each quarter until the third and lost some time on the uphill. I picked it back up in the last stretch to finish in 5:25. Not my fastest mile but I’m very happy with it. I beat my high school mile time 😉 and ran 4 seconds faster than I did here last year so it’s progress. Finished 4th female overall behind 3 very speedy young ladies who all ran sub 5!
The kids did great! It was CRAZY trying to keep up with their different race heats but somehow we managed. John was home with our oldest who is sick so things were a little more hectic. It was definitely not the same without him but I managed the best I could. More pics to come!
PC: Cindy White
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PREGNANT AND POWERFUL 💪
Many people think pregnancy means weak, fragile, powerless, and delicate 🙅🏼♀️ I’m sorry, say that again but this time to my face please 🗣 I’d like to share with you a little secret.... PREGNANCY IS NOT AN ILLNESS!
WE ARE STRONG
WE ARE CAPABLE
WE ARE STURDY
WE ARE FIERCE
WE ARE MIGHTY
WE ARE RELENTLESS
WE ARE RESILIENT
I understand that some women can’t run or do certain things during their pregnancy. I have many friends that were put on bed rest or had restrictions. But that does not mean they aren’t all of the things listed above!! 👆👆 growing a human is HARD and it’s AMAZING and it’s ASTOUNDING what the female body can do! •
As this is my second pregnancy I have learned a few key lessons that I want to share with you 🙌
1️⃣ I am stronger than I ever realized
2️⃣ I can push myself further than I thought
3️⃣ My body can handle it
4️⃣ There IS time in the day to get it done (this coming from a wife and mom of a toddler who works full-time, has a business on the side and is 32 weeks pregnant)
5️⃣ Exhaustion is tough but running/working out makes it better
6️⃣ There will ALWAYS be opinions and judgment for what you do as a mom. BRUSH THEM OFF cause their opinions don’t matter and shouldn’t dictate what you do with your life and your baby •
What lessons have you learned from being pregnant and/or being a mommy?
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Half marathon #11 recap. *****LONG POST ALERT** The last two races I have hit the wall, hard, early on in the race (miles 9 and 8, respectively). I needed a race where I ran strong. That is what this race was about for me. What does running strong mean? It meant running at a pace that was more conservative, but not “easy pace”, but something I was confident I could hold for a long time. The last few races all I cared about was PRing. (I shouldn’t admit that, but there, it is out). Well, I ate some major humble pie. I had to deal with they “why”. Why do I run? Is it to PR? No. Would I run if I never PRd again? Heck yes! So there. I needed to run strong and steady and gain confidence in my ability to hold a pace without running out of fuel. So I did something super gutsy and I wore my watch, and after the first few miles (only to ensure I was not going too fast), I did not look at it. Not even at the mile markers. I would just hear the beep. I refused to look at Pace part way through too. My fear was that if I saw how slow I was going I would throw in the towel (like the last two races). The two questions I kept on asking myself was 1. How are you feeling? (Answer had to be good- if not, I had to slow down), 2. Can you keep this pace for awhile? (Answer had to be yes, or I would slow down). When I would want to walk (the thought crossed my mind at mile 12.5), I looked at my mantras & pushed through. I ran with so many smiles. I high fived. I said thank you, and I loved every second of this race . I thought of my father in law, doing his first 5km, a mere 10 months after a stroke (he was paralyzed for awhile, so this is a miracle), my 3 year old running his first 5km, my 6 year old running with my hubby too. It was a great day. I am so proud that I did not walk at all! I run, with heart. I ran strong, and I am so incredibly grateful. Shoutout to my coach @jtwinnipeg you are awesome! Thankful for your wisdom and guidance!!! Run happy friends- running is such a gift! ❤️❤️❤️🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽#medalmonday#runstrong#earnednotgiven#yougetstronger#enjoythejourney#blessed#grateful#runningmama#motherrunner#momofboys 💙 #manitobamarathon2018