13.1 Lessons I've Learned

13.1 Lessons from My Journey

  1. Black Girls Rock and Black Girls RUN!
  2. Set goals and aim high. You can't let yourself be your own worst enemy.  
  3. Put one foot in front of the other and just keep moving.  
  4. "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." Hebrews 11:1 (KJ)  
  5. You can pray and praise God anywhere. I had a few moments along the race course on Saturday.  
  6. Maintain a spirit of gratitude. Be thankful for each day, each opportunity and each experience.  
  7. Running friends are Awesome. Some days you have to push someone, other days you are the one being pushed.  
  8. No run is a bad run. It's an opportunity to do better.  
  9. ICE heals things. You have to cool things down so the healing process can begin.  
  10. I LUV to RUN, but I hate getting up in the mornings.  
  11. Completing this half marathon makes me want to set more goals.  
  12. It's a great feeling to say I DID IT!  
  13. The encouragement and support from friends and family is priceless.

.1) Life is a journey full of the unexpected. You can choose to quit or you can choose to keep running. Endure and persevere because God has so much more in store. I believe that's the key to faith building. It ain't over until it's over! Thank you Maurette Clark Brown. That song played on that mile 8 or 9 hill.

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