I am running for every mom, as a mom, who has had to see their baby endure chemo. I am running for every mom, as a mom, who has had to wear a paper hospital gown just to touch their baby. I am running for every mom, as a mom, who did not get to bring their baby home. I run in memory of my youngest son and cherish everyday with my oldest one. Join me in my adventures through motherhood, family life, and the challenges of being a 30-something athlete.
Monday, November 22, 2010
I subbed for a spin class on Saturday. I am always nervous subbing for someone else's class. I'm never sure how they run their class, the terms the uses, how hard they push, and especially the type of music they play. The play list I used on Saturday had everything from Outkast Hey Ya to Hansen's MmmmBop. There were also people of upper teen years to probably close to 60. My class, which is smaller, is mostly people my age....and the regulars happen to be my friends so I usually don't worry about the choice of music for my own class. At the end of Saturday's class, one gentleman told me it was a good class and I got a few "thank yous" at the end too. A sigh of relief.