A Comeback to Remember...

This is the look of one happy runner amidst her first race in over 3 years!! Yakima Skyline 25K definitely did not disappoint! I began the race with serious nerves and a really upset stomach. I tried to maintain water and electrolyte intake every 45 minutes and managed to do alright with that goal. I talked to God often, asking him to keep my body strong and my pace steady. And with that, maintained 4th place *female* until about mile 12 on my way back from the Roza Creek Aid Station. Then sadly, lost the pep-in-my-step, "bonking," on my last BRUTAL hill climb due to my lack of food intake along the way... And the one thing I forgot amidst the rest. As an aside, I'm really going to have to

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