Today is the second anniversary of My Lincoln Highway. As you all know it’s been quite a year. That being said, I’d like to take a moment to thank several people who have made this year a little better. And if I’ve thanked them before elsewhere, TOO BAD, I’m going to do it again. Many small (and large) kindnesses have meant so much to me and so I’d like to thank a million times over and in no particular order, my dad, Jeremy, Ray, Dana, Lauren, Jordan, Cece, Georgie, Robin, Robin, Terri, and all my MFP friends. You have all made my world a better place.
So, back to the Lincoln Highway. Today was kind of a strange day and many of my plans got turned around but I did end up making it down to Canton. As a part of the new things that are happening in my life and the changes in this blog to make it a walking blog, I’ve also started the Zombies, Run! C25K program and so I decided to go to the McKinley Monument and surrounding area and do today’s workout there. The pictures that follow include several pictures of me which I include only to demonstrate how hard it is to take a picture of yourself and a monument together.
Before the pictures, though, I wanted to mention that while I was running, one of my favorite songs was playing and I think it was appropriate for this blog and my life in general. The song is I’ll Carry On by Rich Mullins.
Today’s trip was 4,782 steps which is about 2.25 miles. I would have liked to explore more, but it was early evening and it was cold outside. Someday I WILL make it back here when the weather is better and the monument is open. Stay tuned.
So, until next time, here’s to another year along the road, and here’s to you…