Actually I am better than ok. Wonderful weekend with a chance to see more of my favorite people than I ever could have if we planned it. Love those moments that just happen. Never realize how much you miss people til you are around them again & remember how incredible they are.
Thankfully I got in some time in the sand & was lucky enough to spot a few shooting stars to wish on.
Perfect weekend to end the summer. As of Friday, it is back to classes. Which meant getting the notebooks, files & textbooks. Bring life back into focus.
So why not toss in another event?
Need something to work towards.
Another chance to push my limits, physically and psychologically. I expect this event will draw a huge crowd which means I get to face the fears.
Every year I watch as one of my favorite Carolina Panthers enthusiastically encourages a group to participate in the Charlotte Susan G. Komen walk. The event hits home since his own mother has battled breast cancer. From her ability to overcome & his unending support, I find inspiration. Wish my mom was around to help me so much lately & there are so many times I wished her cancer was one as well known as breast cancer. Maybe then doctors would know more or have had more of a chance. Still so many women (& men) lose their fights that I in no way mean to insinuate that it is an easier war to wage – cancer is a bitch, no matter where it hits.
This year, I joined the team.
Officially part of the Williams’ Warriors!
Will be doing the 5k this year instead of just being in awe & supporting from afar. So excited! Looking forward to joining others for the Race for a Cure event October 5th, 2013 in uptown/downtown/center city whatever you want to call it Charlotte, NC!
Promise I won’t constantly bug people requesting money, but I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE any & all support. For everyone who raises $100 via their site, they get this year’s tee shirt from the event & you KNOW I want it. So chip in if you can. Even a couple of quarters would make me smile…promise. It all adds up. Just like I keep reminding myself that each step gets me further along.
You can help me here.