Recollections and reflection post-NACAC Championships in Toronto....
I nearly caught the Silver and I crossed the line for Bronze...But I came home with a shade of Gold. 2018 has been a FANTASTIC season for me. The year has been filled with triumphs and even a couple nuggets of happy surprise. My support network is unwavering and my coach is remarkable, to say the least. We make a solid team and I continue to trust the journey--We share a goal and target; enhancing my gratit
Reflections on when I spent early August embraced by the hidden and not so hidden gems of Toronto. Our life a swan upon our own pond, each ripple a graceful reminder of smooth and new (or renewed) beginnings. I was there for a race--the 2018 NACAC Championships, prepared and ready for a podium finish and possibly a personal best. I felt confident I'd be bringing home Track & Field's equivalent of a coveted gem: A podium finish and medal. Instead, I gained something that won't
An elevator sample-pack of Track & Field Athletes give us a snapshot of when needing a lift and a feeling of Elevation only AFTER being being rescued from one....Oh, and of how Anxiety Disorder can sometimes play a part in "saving lives" a.k.a. be beneficial. sometimes a lift comes from being freed from a lift. In less than 24 hours I will be competing in my first NACAC race but what better pre-race preparation than an happenstance team-bonding experience of getting trapped i