It is a journey let me tell you.
Ive had some emotional times for sure and that has caused my mental state to shift. I have said farewell to running for now and making that change was the hardest move. Being a runner for almost 10 years with 9 marathons under my belt, it was sad to see it go. BUT, I am still a runner and plan to do my 10th marathon next fall (Marine Corps Marathon or Women's Nike Marathon San Fran).
I eat so much more than I ever have. I never thought I'd consume so much protein. I never realized the importance of it. I always thought the frailer-skinnier-less you weighed, the faster you would be. The lie detector proved, THAT WAS A LIE.
I am on 6 meals a day and theres proof that its benefiting me.
Until then, I am enjoying the journey and enjoying my bulking phase.
In local news, I have a high schooler now and that is what it sounds like-high school. I still think Im cool but she thinks I'm "aight, I guess."
|Shoulders and arms! Ive never had any before!|
|125lb deadlifts! Gimmie those hammys!|
Babe retires in 2 years and I know he's ready for his own thing. He deserves it.
Life is just sailing. Not sure if that is a good thing or a bad thing. We've weathered some storms in the past and I feel like we are on the upside.
When God gives you purpose, passion, and drive-you gotta go fulfill it no matter what comes your way. A few years ago I veered off, got distracted, and wondered why God even still loved me. Here it is almost 6 years later and Im so filled with Gods grace and purpose, I am pumped to serve and do HIS will.
I got tired of praying "get by" prayers. I wanted GOD prayers. I had to give up Facebook for that prayer to start coming true. Too much negativity.
They're here now. Let's go!
|The heels! #futurecompetitor|