A wet snowflake fell on my nose, then another and another.  I was running on a high school track at the Ivivva Mother/Daugher Run Club…in the snow!  When we first got there everything was dry, but then it started snowing.  I ran with my tongue sticking out trying to catch a flake.  The snow was beautiful, and if you listened closely, you could hear it!  We ran and ran until we heard two disappointing words: last lap.ImageImageImage


2 thoughts on “SNOW

  1. Just wanted to say hello from another mother runner who lives across the Potomac! Your story is inspiring, and I’m also the mom of a little girl with Type 1 diabetes. She doesn’t want to run with me; instead we play soccer together.

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