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Back In The Saddle After Marathon Rest Week

So I wasn’t sure where to start after taking a week off after the Groundhog Day Marathon but I did need to get into a 25K training plan to prepare for the River Bank Run coming up in May. Naturally I took to to outline a customized training plan, so 8.8 miles for today is what was called for.

It felt great to be back out putting some miles in again. I was missing the extra quiet time, and the extra time to just be in worship and open dialogue with God. It’s a lot easier to hear God speak when you are out early in the morning, in the dark, on a run with none of the hustle and bustle of life at home.

By Tim Nolte

A Christ-follower, husband, father, and WordPress Developer with Forum One.