« China Day 5/6 | Main | China Day 7 & Journal Pages »

May 04, 2008

Comments

Gary Allen

I love the pic of the shoes. Great Job honey. We are very proud of you for sticking to it through tough conditions. We miss you. and Love you!

Julie Delamarter

GOOOO, Michelle!! that is so awesome! you are almost there. The worst is definitely behind you!! You won't be running 15 miles in the heat and humidity at home!! So impressed. I'm inspired. Post-baby...marathon here i come!!

Julie Delamarter

I would also have a really hard time running with the 'fuel' that you have. The pictures of your last fish meal had me a little queasy. Hope you have a lot of power bars!

cuzzin Mo

Wow good job! I wish I had your determination and motivation..must not run in the family!haha! When you come back and run it'll probably be way easier..like resistance training! booya! keep up the good work! love ya!

april mccrumb

you go girl... working out physically AND spritually -- so inspiring:) love ya! april

holly cazabon

Keep up the good work! Way to go! I am hoping to start running again soon, my body misses it so much!!! Those are tough conditions too, awesome job!

Shannon

great job on the run! You are very inspiring! I want to be like you when I grow up!

mom

What can I say... you make me smile! I'm so proud of you... you truly are an inspiration in so many ways! And I'm so ready to have you home... missing you bunches!

Candace

Good for you, Michelle. As the air there is totally pollution-laden, is it difficult respiratorywise? (And is that a word???)

Hang tough.
Candace

Valerie

Don't you just love Andy Stanley. We listened to one yesterday on the way to Seattle -- deep and very convicting. Good job on the running! Now if only I could get a mile out of bed. Smiles.

Natasha Wescoat

omg that is amazing! Congrats! It's a neat idea to put up something like that because you can't take it back after you've blogged it, that or it's really silly looking.

I've clearly done the "take back what I said" thing and that's not so smart. haha!

I've been amping up my running too but am not sure if I want to go above a 2k yet. You're gonna do it!! :)

Deb

Congrats on being so diligent! I used to be a walker but never a runner.

Patty W

Wow...15 miles! You go girl! You Rock!

tammy

YAY!! I was prayin' for you all day today, not sure when your long run was but you are definitely in our thoughts and can't wait for you to come home! Great job in stickin' to it.

beckie

Tim just ran a mini-marathon last Saturday. He hass no desire to do the full monty though. I really admire how hard you work when you put your mind to something...speaking Andy Stanley...Tim is at the Drive conference right now at his church.

trish

Yeah Michelle!! Great job on your running, You look amazing. We'll run together someday...it'll take me a while to get up to your caliber, but you motivate me!

The comments to this entry are closed.

ABOUT ME

  • hi and welcome!!! i'm so glad you're here! my name is michelle. i'm blessed to be a wife (to gary) of 18 years and a mom of two girls; alexis(16) & jess(11). i've been a full time artist for 15 years. i made my start at Portland Sat. Mkt. and art fairs around the country, and then headed into wholesale shows when our oldest began school. i love ART-ing, art journaling, running, cycling and downing junk food!
My Photo

Teaching at

  • artfest 2011

follow us

  • Allen Designs Facebook Allen Designs Twitter

Shop our website


  • Parker Dog Soap Spitter

    Snow Owl Clock


Be in the know:

  • Sign up for our Email Newsletter

DIY/tutorials

37 things list