Happy June and Happy Tuesday!
I hope you had a great weekend! How did you spend it? What were the highlights?
My weekend highlights included attending my Mastermind meditation group meeting, working at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as an artist-in-residence with a retired Army airman who told me some great stories as we created two collages with poems and six word memoirs, hanging out/dancing/sipping on cocktails with my cousin Sharon and her friends at a really cool lounge called Cities, running the Race for Hope DC 5K, spending time with my creative accountability sister Jess at Cafe Collage, writing, going to church, napping, taking some nice long walks, and seeing the Restless City movie at the West End (wonderful movie).
The one thing that really stayed with me was meeting people impacted by brain tumor cancer during the Race for Hope DC 5K race. The conversations I had were deep and at times caused my eyes to water up. When I crossed the finished line, I bowed my head in deep gratitude and dedicated my run to everyone living with brain tumor cancer. Click here to listen to my audio blog that includes some of my Race Day reflections.
So what’s your week looking like?
Mine is all about getting my rest, writing, decluttering, fitness training at the gym, running 3 miles 3x this week in preparation for June 5K, yoga/Reiki/meditation, and finishing my homework from my financial advisor.
See you next week!
Great news! I returned to my training for More Magazine’s half-marathon on April 25 in New York City: www.more.com/2029/10135-more-fitness-women-s-half-marathon-2010. Listen to my audio blog on Cinchcast below and discover the lessons I learned during my morning run. Let me know what you think.
What lessons are you learning today?
Enjoy your day and week!
Peace, Creativity, Compassion, and Gratitude for my body, mind, heart, spirit, and breath (the things I need to complete my half-marathon!),
PS: I decided to do the run/walk half-marathon. Here’s the plan: http://www.more.com/2029/2874-half-marathon-walk-run–week-3.