When you are a marathon runner, every minute throughout the race is an accomplishment that you have worked for many, many months to achieve. During the race, you feel the runners high, coupled with joint paint and overall exhaustion to the point where you really want to quit. However, the moment you cross the finish line, you believe all was worth it in the end.
This post is dedicated to someone near and dear to me who I’m sure is experiencing all of these emotions as we speak. Major kudos to my sister Kelly who is running the Austin marathon today. This is her second marathon. Kelly, hats off to you, may you enjoy ever step of this race especially the last one across the finish line. Love you!!!
P.S.- Also, if you haven’t gotten a chance to listen to last week’s Scales of Justice, it is on archives http://www.blogtalkradio.com/scalesofjustice