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This is a Test of the Emergency Rant System

20 Responses

  1. Melanie says:

    Ugh. It is unfair. You will be ok. It is unfair. Holy crap. I want to punch the heavy bag for you.
    When I was training for my first MS150 ride my mentor coached me to ride 80 straight miles without stopping. Why 80? I asked. Because once I reached 80 miles I had less to go than I had already gone. What a revelation. Here was someone I was counting on to get me to the point that I could complete a 150 mile ride and all he was worried about was the first 80. It’s not about getting to the end. The end is 150 miles from the beginning. Sure, the end felt great, but once I hit 80 miles, once I had that many miles under my belt, the remaining 70 miles were nothing. I had already finished 80 miles, another 70 didn’t feel like all that much, and I had already proved to myself that I could do more.

  2. Bashar A. says:

    I really like the way you write… I feel like I got to know you!
    I’m so sorry for your mishap but I truly admire your fighting spirit… you’re better than him and you’re doing the right thing by living your life to fullest 🙂 All the best..

  3. Brett C. says:

    Hugs from Canada!!!

  4. sherrylcook says:

    People like that are poison…. You will get to the end and when you do… You will experience gratefulness, real love and wisdom like you’ve never experienced before! (Hugs)

  5. foroneplease says:

    It’s not right, but it’s okay..I’m gonna make it anyway… -Whitney Houston
    XO! you are stronger than you know!

  6. It is not fair. It is not right. Trust taken advantage of….cuts so deep. I understand…
    Peace to you.

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