Motivation for your miles.

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I have had a slight injury that is mending, so I cut my run short today. I felt it was most important to get better, than to take the chance of hurting myself today. We have a race to run in EIGHT DAYS!!!!

I did get to see this lovely view today.

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I love the first picture, but I went ahead and snapped the 2nd view as well. I was standing in the same spot, but I was turned in the complete opposite direction for the two pics. Many things in life are like this. What are you focused on, what’s your perspective? Find the good, there’s beauty all around.

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As long as you’re looking down, you’ll only see grey & more tough miles ahead.

Head down=Miles and miles of boring grey asphalt…and wondering, “Will this run ever end?”

Hold your head up, hold your head up, hold your head up!

Sometimes I wonder if God gets tired of reminding me to do this. 🙂

He’s only been at it 3 years now!


Hold your head up and enjoy the ever changing paintbrush of God.

Gold, pink, purple, grey…Did you notice how the clouds changed shape and color in a matter of minutes. 

Every shape, size & hue imaginable…the dad throwing baseballs to his son…fit & healthy soccer players….the people walking themselves into a healthier life….Did you notice God’s beautiful people enjoying life?

And as the scenery changed, from flat road to woods…

…Chin up! 

Little dancing lights filling the theatre of the woods…Did you notice the hundreds of dancing fireflies that God sent you to enjoy?

In both running and life…it all depends on how you look at it…your PERSPECTIVE.

“Lift up your eyes, look at all of the blessings that surround you.

Make the conscious decision to lift up your head and ENJOY!”

 But thou, O LORD, art a shield for me; my glory, and the lifter up of mine head.  Psalm 3:3