Today, I completed the I Love America 5K. Also, Gwen completed the Liberty 1 Mile Fun Run, which was her first charity race. Both races were sponsored by Whitesburg Christian Academy, in Huntsville, Alabama.
I was so proud of Gwen. Completing your first charity race can be a bit nerve racking. There a lot of things happening at the same time and it’s all brand new to you. However, Gwen didn’t seem nervous at all, actually she took off like a pro.
She also finished like a pro. Way to go Gwen!
Today, I completed the Double Helix Dash 5k charity race. This was my third race and it was the first time I didn’t come in last place. I am supper happy about that.
I really appreciate my mom coming out to support me. It’s nice to have someone wish you good luck at the starting line and have them congratulate you when you cross the finish line. It means a lot to know she loves me and cares enough to be at the races.
I completed my first 5k (3.6 miles) charity run today. My left leg started burning, due to shine splints after the first mile. I ended up limping a good bit during the course and I felt nauseous after the second mile. However, I refused to give up and I just kept moving forward. I was determined to finish the race.
I came in last place, but I am still proud of myself.
I am ready for a nap now. 🙂