The last few months running (everything) has taken a back burner to getting Addison's seizures under control. One thing we look forward to on vacation is running on the beach. It is so different than our daily training at home. One of my goals for this trip was to get back on my running game. I was coming off two months of virtually no exercise or running at all and expected to be in rather bad shape. I just asked God to help me through where He wanted me to be. We've had some great runs since we got here and I had no pain at all. Friday morning I reached my goal of 400 miles. I am so thankful God loves me enough to guide my every step.
It does not matter where we go, we always attract other kids. When I got back from my run the kids had attracted another family from Memphis who have four kids. They spent most of the afternoon playing together. Even Carmella, who usually hides from strangers, had a great time playing with the youngest sister, Madison. In fact, when it was time to go home for naps. she asked if she could stay and play with her friend.
So these two trying to surf like their big brothers was hilarious.
Kayla and Elisabeth were content building sandcastles