It’s been a while since I’ve gone for a run.
I needed to get out of the house and clear my head. I started with a simple 2-mile HIIT run with C25k. My body hated me, until it didn’t.
I managed to complete the walk/run. I know I probably pushed my body harder that I should, but I needed to.
I needed this time alone. I need to remember that I need to take time for myself, not just to grieve, but to focus on myself.
“A goal without a plan is just a wish.”
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Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month
National Ice Cream Month
National Hot Dog Month
National Blueberry Month
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I got a call from the school day. Navy fell at the skating rink and is complaining that his arm hurts.
He would be in the nurse’s office with an ice pack and could I please come get him to have his arm checked out.
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One of the issues we deal with constantly is Lily’s tactile sensitivity. Some materials bother her. The cuts of some of her clothes, particularly pants, agitate her. Add to that, she is now in a walking boot.
Jeans don’t fit over her boot. Jeans don’t feel comfortable in her boot. She’s been wearing leggings as much as possible.
Thankfully, awesome LuLaRoe fashion consultant, Jennifer Langford, came to our rescue. She hooked Lily up with several pairs of the company’s buttery soft leggings.
We also came home with two kid’s Azure skirts, two Gracie shirts, and an Adeline dress. I’m hoping that with the LuLaRoe leggings that Lily already has, this will making having to wear a walking boot less annoying for her.
Jennifer is a LuLaRoe fashion retailer in New Haven, Indiana. She started her business in 2016. “I am happy to help you find the most comfortable, fun, and flattering clothes to make you feel fantastic.”
LuLaRoe Jennifer Langford