When I was little, I would get $100 each Christmas, and I was dead-determined to make that $100 last ALL year long. I was taught to save my money and always look for good deals when shopping, and that was the motto I stuck to as I grew up. I would never buy anything expensive, because I knew I should be saving my money, and I didn’t dare go on spontaneous shopping sprees with friends.
Have you even been in a situation, and in an instant be taken aback by God’s glory?
If you’re a runner, you have already experienced what is called a “runner’s high”, and for those who haven’t, no, it doesn’t involve drugs. A runner’s high is when a runner experiences the feeling of being invincible, so to speak. The heart rate is up, your feet feel like they’re flying beneath you, and you feel as though you could run for hours. I. Love. This. Feeling.
Well everyone, today is the day my teenage years come to an end! (Can I get an Amen?!) I am finally 20-years-old, and I couldn’t be happier.
This past weekend was one for the books! The Preview Models show had finally arrived and I was making sure every aspect of my being was ready to take this trip. Keep in mind, I was born and raised in a small town, surrounded by farms and cows, so any opportunity to go on an adventure is an opportunity I’m willing to take advantage of.
I am now two weeks out from my show in LA, and today is the first day in weeks I have been able to sit down and take a break. Continue reading “Step back and breathe”
Feet of a runner- blistered, worn down, aching, peeling, cracked, and sore. This is the life of a runner, and I couldn’t ask for anything better. Photo taken after an 8-mile run.