by Brina Seguine
Beginning of June today was the day.
The Capital District Challenge went underway.
Started getting into my running mode.
Took my first step and then I strode.
Felt very normal, yes it’s true.
One foot in front of the other as I do.
I started off running and adding miles for the city of Albany and myself.
However, then I wondered if I could add something else.
I asked if any team would like to have me on it and it became clear.
One did and I got recruited and joined “Do Not Fear A Timer Is Here”.
All of us added the miles in for the team one by one.
Contributed a lot by the time each week was done.
You may ask was each run easy. It was not.
Sometimes it was just down right hot.
I remember sometimes the weather burned me to the core.
However, I also remember something more.
During the runs, something else had shown.
An untapped potential until now was unknown.
Usually I complete one double digit run at the most.
But during this challenge, I did more of those a week to post.
Kept asking if I could squeeze out another mile
I usually did and sometimes with a smile.
The challenge was unique, and I have to say.
The comradery and personal gains showed up in every way.
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