We have been fortunate in the U.S. to have had running water in our homes, generally, for the past 80+ years. This sort of infrastructure is just not widely available in Africa. Where even most rural homes in the U.S. have had their own well available right outside their home. Imagine having to make a couple of mile trek for a small amount of water to hopeful get through the day. A well changes all of that for a family in Africa.
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As I felt the light rain coming down as I ran I couldn’t help but think of #SierraLeone and the long drive season they, putting a strain on water supplies. I especially thought of the village of #Ronkorhun and their struggles for water. I continue to pray for the rains needed to grow their crops…
Despite the thoughts of quitting early because it was just too bad out, or too slippery, I pushed through and got it done. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun #RiverBankRun
This morning was a short wintery run. I’m ready for my winter running to begin. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun #RiverBankRun You can still double your donation through matching funds: https://timn.me/2020HWI
Wow, what a great 20 mile training run today. That may sound crazy but with the cool weather and the great company of Harvey, Jason, and John it made for a good time. I can definitely tell I ran 20 miles, a little over actually, but I feel very good. If I can tackle the…
Wanted to avoid the rain today so decided to make it an evening run. Great weather tonight. First run with no stocking hat and no third top layer. #hwi #training #HessLakeRace #Run4Water
It was a tough go of it this morning tackling the ice mounds left behind by the snow plows. Winter running is not the time to be working on speed that is for sure. Many times I had to take to running on the snow covered grassy areas in order not to trip and fall….