Running the Race (on Thankful Thursday)

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  1. danielle says:

    Oh great…I’m as scary Muscle Mom, aren’t I! 😛

    …d

  2. Thank you Heather. This is not the first time you’ve really given me insight to life in your shoes (literally this time). I am truly inspired by you.

  3. kara plank says:

    poignant and funny all at the same time…while only a spectator of the races, i am constantly in awe of the power of the spirit of the runners.

  4. Kristen Robie says:

    Yup Danielle, Scary Muscle Mom. 😉 I have to say though, those are actually Hip Hop shoes. My daughter started Hip Hop class this year and had to order them in black. They are very flexible in the middle, so you could flop yourself back and forth as you choose. I am always looking for seizures and am wondering if she is having absence seizures now. She was completely out of it during Developmental Therapy today. SO, I am going to get a pair of those Pink Hip Hop shoes to put on. I can’t run, but I am up to a little Hip Hop. 🙂

  5. Danielle – Yup, Muscle Mom you are and you inspire me daily (and I”d probably stay out of your way in a dark alley) Kristen – love the Hip Hop thing even more. We should all be able to dance away from our kids’ seizures. Rock the beat!!

    And full disclosure everyone – I’m not a runner, like being a doctor, I’m only one on TV,and that TV is just in my head.

  6. Karen says:

    Wow, you have a way with words…..awesome….

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