Thanks for sharing this video Megan. I had not seen this one and it truly brought a lot of emotions of mine to the surface. It seems Mothers Day is a two edged sword. On the one hand we as mothers, contemplate and ponder if we did enough and loved enough so that our children KNOW how much they are loved. On the other hand, we feel grateful to have one day out of the year where the sacrifice and efforts of mothers all over the world are acknowledged and validated even if it is just for one day. I want you to know that I think you are a super mom and I am soooo impressed with the way you are teaching and handling Elijah. How many 3 yr olds know all the Latter-day prophets?? So keep at it and keep trying your best. That is all the Lord expects. Love you.
Hi angel! Let me just say how proud I am to know you! Well, as much as a blogger fan can. :-) I'm inspired by this post, particular because I just started running with my daughter. She's 11, so of course she effortlessly runs a mile without breaking a sweat. I, on the other hand, start foaming at the mouth like a rabid dog. I'm very active -- I wakeboard, snowboard, paddleboard, mountain bike, etc. And while I can sprint rather quickly, long distance running is not my forte. However, I'm attempting to train with my daughter 2-3 times a week, so that we may enter our first 5K in November.I haven't noticed anything getting any easier, so if you have any tips for this newbie runner, let me know! XOXO Congrats to you on your first race!
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