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When I suddenly see myself in the depths of the mirror, I take fright. I can scarcely believe that I have limits, that I am outlined and defined. I feel myself to be dispersed in the atmosphere, thinking inside other creatures, living inside things beyond myself. When I suddenly see myself in the mirror, I am not startled because I find myself ugly or beautiful. I discover, in fact, that I possess another quality. When I haven’t looked at myself for some time, I almost forget that I am human, I tend to forget my past, and I find myself with the same deliverance from purpose and conscience as something that is barely alive. I am also surprised to find as I gaze into the pale mirror with open eyes that there is so much in me beyond what is known, so much that remains ever silent.
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It’s been about a year, since I really got into running. •
Progress is slow, but it’s there. It doesn’t happen overnight, but runs start getting easier. Maybe your pace is a little quicker, you run a little further or you’re just feeling better and stronger while you run. • • •
I started this page to (hopefully) encourage others that they have a place in the running community no matter their pace, weight, VO2 max or whatever standard is holding them back. I wanted to track my journey to faster paces and race PRs, while also giving people the chance to see where I started. • • •
It can be discouraging to see people faster than you, but use it as motivation to get out there and get a little better each day. Something I am still working on is not comparing my progress to others. It’s hard, but you never know what someone else’s week, year or lifetime looks like. • • •
This quote came from the book I am reading right now - “First Ladies of Running”. It’s a book of badass women and I can’t wait to finish it.