I’m seriously loving these cooler mornings we’ve been having! 2 more miles of run/walk intervals added to the 👶🏼🏦 today. Side note, I cannot believe that I’ll be 39 weeks tomorrow, and I’m still able to run. Just to keep it real, I started this pregnancy running 4-5 times a week, and in the past month have cut down to running 1-2 times a week and logging miles simply just walking the other days. It may not seem like much, but it’s what works best for me. I’m sure I looked absolutely ridiculous to those passing me this morning: 9 months pregnant with a big ol’ belly running with my little 6 lb. dog, but I honestly didn’t even care! I felt great, Ellie had the biggest smile on her face 🐶, and Baby W is reaping the benefits of my fit pregnancy. I know I say it every day but I seriously cannot wait to meet this little girl!! 💕
Harry asked if we had ‘scooters and coloured TV in the olden days’ 😆 I never had a scooter but was privileged enough to be born into the era of colour tv 😆 This coupled with the gloomy weather I am feeling all of my 32 years and 9 days today. 🏃♀️
I am hanging for that 90 min coastal run tomorrow and may have checked the hour by hour 🌨 report half a dozen times already 🙊 I’ll run regardless but the good news is she is looking might fine between 7 an 9 am tomorrow 🤗🙌
Vreugdesprong op de eerste dag van m’n vakantie! 🎉
Dat ik m’n geplande duurloop van 15/16km ingekort heb naar 9km hebben we het maar niet over... De training van gisteravond was nog voelbaar, als je om 8u start is het al flink warm en als je dan ook nog je route onverhard over de Sallandse Heuvelrug gepland hebt, is het een optelsom. Maar ik blijf toch elke keer hier terugkomen, het is gewoon veel te mooi om hier te lopen!
Nei fiori non ci dormo soltanto 😅.
I don’t only sleep among flowers 🌼.
🇮🇹 la prossima domenica mi aspettano i 32k e 2400 m D+ del @giir_di_mont e ammetto che incutono un po’ di timore. Cosa fare per scacciare la tensione? Mangerei cioccolato 🍫 , ma per ora vado a correre sotto la pioggia 🌧!
🏳️🌈 next Sunday I’ll have 32k and 2400 m D+ of #giirdimont and I have to admit that I’m a bit afraid! What to do to eliminate stress? I’d eat chocolate but for the moment I go running under the rain. .
Enjoy the sound of storm ⛈!
What was I thinking...
- om 8u begon ik “pas” aan mijn rondje
- 12 uur eerder had ik nog een pittige fartlektraining gehad
- De route die ik uitgestippeld had, was grotendeels onverhard (=mul!) - De Sallandse Heuvelrug is nog steeds niet vlak
Kortom: de geplande 15/16km zijn er 9 geworden. Maar toch blijft het mooi hoor, om hier te lopen. Hebben jullie ook al gesport vandaag?
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Well, the rain exploded with a mighty crash 🎵
As we fell into the sun 🎵
And the first one said to the second one there "I hope you're having fun"🎶
Kiran Kanojia’s journey to becoming India’s first female blade runner is a story that needs to be told again and again.
In December 2011, Kiran Kanojia, an Infosys employee, was on her way home to Faridabad, a special journey since she was going to celebrate her birthday on December 25 with her family. Eager to see them, Kiran put on her backpack and sat by the door of the train. What happened next is hazy in her memory but she remembers two boys attempting to snatch her bag and pushing her out of the train. As she fell on the tracks with a scream, the train ground to a halt. She tried to move but she could not feel her left leg. On the eve of her birthday, Kiran lay in a hospital bed catching snatches of conversation about ‘saving the leg’. That’s when she realised what she’d lost. In her interview "I was thinking, ‘I should be receiving greetings on my birthday, not a consent form to approve an amputation on my own limb.’ But I signed it.” Today Kiran, 28, is a champion blade runner and this horrifying accident is what set her journey in motion. Kiran works with Infosys in Hyderabad and her parents run a small business ironing clothes on a cart in Faridabad. “Small acts of kindness by our neighbours helped me complete my education. Our neighbour trained me to speak properly before the Infosys interview.” #run#rundaily#runningquotes#running#runningbenifits#runningpassion#runninglove#runtoinspire#runtoinspirepeople#trail#uphill#trailrunning#trailrun#trailrunners#lovetorun#runnersworld