I have become more comfortable in my own skin. There are still things that I want to change about myself, and I will continue to work on those things through out my life. I am proud of who I have become over the past year, and I see possibilities for my future in a way that I didn’t before.
I am afraid of losing my mind, because sometimes my brain lies to me.
My 36th fear is making the wrong decision. I can spend hours over analyzing the pros and cons. I run through worst case scenarios. I make lists. I usually lose sleep.
No one told me that I when I really examined why my 33rd fear was raising boys who do not respect women, I would finally realize today, that’s not really I am really afraid of.
Running a marathon taught me that it is possible to do something I have put off for over two decades. I have learned to be braver, even if I have to fake it until I believe it. Running a marathon taught me that I can do anything.
To my boys on the first day of school,
I celebrated your first day of school this morning. I brought a cooler with sparkling apple-grape cider, and plastic champagne glasses to school today. I was poppin’ bottles, and I had toasts with some of my mom-friends in the elementary school hallway. Your dad commented to several parents, about how excited I was for school to…
Who will you become when you face your fears?