Tuesday, May 12, 2009

The Sidewalk

I've started back at physical activity and so far it has gone great. It's a little nerve racking when you first go outside and run because you aren't really sure how your body is going to react. It was hard to determine whether I was feeling exhaustion because of my diabetes or exhaustion from being less active for approximately two months. Either way I knew that I had to find out some how because I plan to live an active and healthy life.

The best thing about running is that you get the time to think without electronics around you or people talking. It is just you and the sidewalk. I will admit I always have things on my mind. Most people tell me that I think too much and I don't disagree. In the past year
I've dealt with a lot of heartache and pain and I have learned of ways to deal with it and heal. I discovered running and realized that after a nice run, I feel happier and the upsets have disappeared.

We all go through hard times that we have to deal with in our own ways. I not only like to go for runs when a lot is on my mind but I also like to write. It's so important to me that I don't hold in what is hurting me inside, and I think that's an important note for everyone to follow. I had a lot to think about and I have tons of worries every single day. " Am I going low?" "Will I have a normal day?" "Why do I feel sick?" "What is happening," but despite these worries I make sure that I am aware of my emotions and that I know everything is going to be okay.


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