Hi Libby, I bet your dad is looking over you everyday, so proud!
I so understand, Libby! My Aunt was hit and killed by a car while walking her dog in December. For me, grieving and processing her death has gotten connected with my running. I've had a hard time going running and most every time I do, I end up crying. Good for you to get back out there. I will think of you next time I head out again. Take care sweetie!KC
Your dad and running will be linked forever. That means you're going to miss him even more when you're exercising but also that you're going to be thinking about him at those times. Enjoy your time "together" and run happily. :-)xoxo
Proud of you. Your dad will always have a special place in your heart.
Dear Libby,I'm so sorry for your loss. Glad that you are starting over!I just received your sweet little package my friend. Your note cards and tea all are just amazing. And the cup you've selected for me is really sweet :) Thank you so much :) I see you crotchet. Will be browsing through your blog for your projects here after :) Thank you once again for sending me such lovelies :)BlessingsSarah
Hi sweet Libby! You have been in my thoughts and prayers lately. Your dad would be so happy and thankful to see you taking this leap of faith :)Love and hugs!
Sending virtual hugs you Libby.
I'm a newbie and don't know your loss, but I know loss and I will pray for you. Glad you are blogging> I started blogging after I lost both of my parents within 6 months of each others. Blogging helps. Thank you sweet girl for your sweet comment on my blog.
You know your Dad would want you to continue with the running being it was a goal of yours. I've been thinking of you a lot lately because of the date that is coming up for you and the one that passed this month for me. Our Dad's are watching over us every moment of the day and they are smiling at us.Hugs dear friend!Kar
Our youngest son is a runner. I love your photo and wish you many blessings with your running. I was having at time with google so I went to follow you thru Network blog. It is all so confusing. But I saw your comment at another blog about the tea cup exchange. I am always looking to share my love of tea with others. I wish I coudl have been part of the exchange. Hugs
Elizabeth, you've been in my mind...I have planed many times to stop on your blog for a while and sending you an email but sometimes hard to catch up on computer. Here I come and read such a lovely post :) I'm sure he is happier now than before.Thanks you for the pin that you sents to me. It's lovely coffee color. Hugs,Delvalina
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