A week ago I completed another marathon. Toughest one yet. Worse than the NYC marathon where I had broken a few ribs due to my Scoliosis and finished the race like that. But one thing I am proud of, besides finishing the runDisney WDW marathon last week, is how my running formed improved throughout the year. I trained SO HARD for this race. 2019 did … Continue reading My arms are in motion
The runDisney Walt Disney World Marathon 2020 has come and gone! It is my favorite time of year because it’s my favorite distance to run and I get to see ALL of my favorite people!! I was more excited about this year because the course was completely different so I couldn’t wait to run it. The expo was fun because I was holding a giveaway … Continue reading Same runDisney Marathon, different course
I don’t know if you all have seen the instagram top nine photos. Where it finds your most liked top nine photos? Well, I did it and at first I wasn’t too proud of what I saw. Five out of the nine photos were when I spent my time in the hospital. It made me sad and disappointed. This year I did spend most of … Continue reading Bye bye 2019.
So here we are…less than a month away from the runDisney Walt Disney World Marathon weekend. Time has flown by! But I can’t help that my anxiety is through the roof! Running has been more than just a challenge lately. Just being able to survive each day has been the goal. But I have been able to get my runs in and able to hit those … Continue reading Oh what fun it is to run
When you suffer from chronic illnesses, there is a lot that you aren’t told. Besides new symptoms, medication side effects, and change of life style. One thing you aren’t told is how you end up feeling about yourself. Depending on what chronic illnesses you are fighting through, some of them beat you up. Luckily for me, I am a fighter, a mover, a goal chaser. … Continue reading Running with chronic illnesses is tough
We all know that I have Scoliosis. I am pretty sure I have made that crookedly clear. My spine has a double curve, the thoracic(middle) is curved at a 39 degree angle. So it is pretty severe. Luckily it isn’t moving much which is great. Just causing extreme pain, on some days worse than others. BUT I manage through it with no pain meds and … Continue reading Be Belcorva
I posted this photo a while back. This is Lyssa and I. Which if you follow me on instagram then you know all about her. She alerts me to headaches, migraines and seizures. She had alerted me to a migraine several times in the middle of the night. And I woke up with a horrific one. That is all I pretty much said with this photo when … Continue reading What’s not in a photo.
We all know that running is difficult and takes a lot of courage, strength and determination to do it. But most of all you have to conquer lots of fears. Once you have gotten all of that out of the way, because TRUST me…you will. I believe in all of you. Most of you already have overcome all of that already. Just taking that first … Continue reading Running in comfort
I wasn’t good at math in school. In fact, I hated it. But now, all I do is math. Running consists of a lot of numbers. You are doing math in your head ALL. THE. TIME. Especially when you are running on the treadmill. You are doing one of those hard questions that don’t make any sense but now it does. “If I am running … Continue reading It’s a numbers game
It is Summer and the sun it out and shinning bright. Supper annoying to try and run in this triple digit heat. But even worse when the sun in blazing you in your eyes. I am pretty sure you have a pair of sunglasses you run in or use when you are out and about already. Here is a different Shwae of life. Tifosi makes … Continue reading Shwae of life