3 years of love.
Going back on how we built our 3rd year was way awesome.
We have taken new journeys in our lives yet we remain steadfast.
You had your thesis done, graduated college, struggled in your review days, got your license and found a job! I will always be grateful witnessing those times and for choosing me to be on your side. You've always been there for me too during my stressful times at work and grad school. Thank you my love.
Our love grew stronger as we view life maturely. It is sharpened by the stones in every trials and strengthened by the struggles of our growth. You're right, before we were just concern on where we gonna go next or what food should we eat. But now, we're talking about things for our future. (Adulting is real) 😂
I believe that distance never separates two hearts that truly care. It is not easy, but because of your unchangeable love and care, you make things less hard for me.
Thank you for EVERYTHING. I always thank God for having you. May He continue to bless us and our dreams together.
Happy 3rd year anniversary to us my one and only food, travel, adventure and life buddy! Can't wait to be with you again.
Mahal na mahal kita. @charlesperfecto!😘❤️😍 #ACwanders#CharlesAudris
Since Orcas 100 where I dropped out for asthma issues. (Wheezing, 2 full blown asthma attacks, coughing... all that good stuff) I have been battling serious asthma issues in every day life. Sometimes I run with no issues... others I can hardly breath. Was sick for two weeks post race and when I am in the cold I start to wheeze and have shortness of breath... It has been not fun. Recently got a cold this last weekend while skiing and it went to my chest. Could hardly breath last night while trying to sleep. Now I’m on steroids and a new inhaler regime. It is frustrating as can be. We were suppose to ski Helens this weekend and do a long run. I will be doing none of these for fear of my lungs not responding well. I know people are laid up for injuries, that take a long time to heal and this is just my thing to learn how to deal with... but damn I am sad. It has been getting in the way of my escape from the daily grind. My mountain time. It gets in the way of my escape from living in the city! It has been getting in the way of tempo runs where I am trying to increase my speed for future goals or if there is extra pollen or dust in the air it instantly starts me coughing. I know my body is strong so it is so frustrating that my lungs are not! With battling anemia last summer and now dealing with this, it is freaking bumming me out and making me wonder if I can actually get the goal that I have set. Is my body not capable of this?!? I am normally very positive about these things... my road to ultra running has NEVER been easy, but not being able to breath is so scary and not being able to be in the outdoors makes my heart very sad....
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