A Thanksgiving Day 5k. Jogged nice and slow and finished in 36:36. Ran past lots of turkeys & pilgrims & indians.
There's been lots of changes for me lately that are paving the way & opening the doors to some great opportunities that have been presenting themselves to me. Some things that are bigger then anything I've ever been involved in and I'm REALLY excited. And some small things too, that are super, super important. Because sometimes it's the smaller things that end up making the biggest impact.
The perfect bite. Costco is deserted on Black Friday at 7pm.
But it's forced me to really sit and think about why I blog, what I want to get out of all this, what my priorities are. One of my biggest priorities is fostering the communities I believe in. Another priority is bettering & challenging myself. Yet another huge priority is my family - supporting my amazing husband & 2 amazing boys.
A little pin assistant. Someone really likes his new coat.
I have a lot on my plate - but I feel like I'm in a really great place right now - kind of on the edge of something amazing in my life. So while this was just a weekend filled with turkey & tromping through a forest to find the perfectly un-perfect Christmas tree to chop down, I have a feeling it's also a weekend that I'm going to look back on and think, "that, that was the start of something special". I'm posed on the edge of a cliff, a vast, crystal clear ocean below me, just ready to cannon-ball in. And I can't wait to hear the splash!