Happy Mothers Day to all the Moms! I'm not a mother but sometimes I think I treat my 7 nieces and nephews like they are my own! They are all so amazing in their own way.
Anyway, yesterday was a rainy, chilly day here in the Boston area. I really wanted to get a run in,n so late in the afternoon when the sun started to peek out from the clouds I was so happy! I quickly drove home, changed into my running clothes and....ummm whats that? I live on the water and over the bay the sky had turned black again. You could see the rain was on its way again. Oh well, I thought. I'm already changed and my mind is already in runnig mode. So...Out I went.
I was just a few steps down the street when I could feel the lightest of sprinkles coming from the sky. Ok! This won't be so bad. Off I go. Then, about 1.5 miles into the run the skies literally opened up. There I was in my little running skirt stuck in a complete downpour. So what did I do? Well, the only thing I really could do! I looked up at the sky, started to laugh and continued on my run. I seriously must have been quite the sight. Crazy girl running in the rain and smiling. Sometimes you really just need to laugh at life, ya know?
At around mile 4 I was running down a hill along the sea wall. I looked over the ocean and there it was. The most beautiful full rainbow spanning over the water and across the neighborhood. Literally stopped me in my tracks. I just looked up at it, smiled and said...All is good. What it is about rainbows that make everyone smile?
By the time I get home the rain had stopped. I was drenched from head to toe. But happy. Twas a very good run.
Hope you all enjoy your Sunday!
Chat with ya later.
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