a virtual aid station from the authors of Run Like a Mother and Train Like a Mother
OMG these are GREAT. I can’t stop giggling at my desk at work!
Pretty funny….it’s not “new” tho. I ran while pregnant (and did a few tris too) back in 1986- built my own running stroller out of PVC pipe and an old car seat, and three bike wheels (with hubby’s help), worked full time as a speech therapist, and continued to place in my AG for the races I did. At 61 my daughter is grown, I got divorced and raised her myself, put her through school, got my Master’s degree and continue to work with special needs kids (my 39th year of teaching). Running has always been a part of my life, but it’s not the most important or what I want to be remembered for. All my friends had kids and we ran. Some of us still do. That people are making a living off of this, or consider to be “special” just because they are moms who run, well….it’s just kinda a weird to me. But run on…
Hello Dear, are you truly visiting this web site regularly, if so after that you will absolutely
get pleasant know-how.
Loved these!! You need to add a few for moms of teens… Like last summer when my husband was deployed and I was training for a 13.1 (usin AMR finish it plan) and I’d crash on the couch the night before my long runs because they wanted to stay up late watching movies and I “need my sleep because I’m running in the morning.” Or left notes that I was running and would be back at ____, but came home 2 hours later only to find the house still quiet because my teens were all still sleeping. lol
I’m a fairly new runner, but I’ve read both your books and tell everyone about you. I listen to your podcasts when I run as well.
Love you ladies!!
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