Bold Moves

Did you watch the NBC coverage of Ironman Kona? Whoa – that was some serious inspiration. I missed the first hour but I think the end of an event like that is where the real inspiration comes from.

Loved that OCD guy with his Forrest Gump/Rain Man thing.

Love, love, love Sister Madonna Buder. Love her.

Loved it all. Maybe some day. For now I need to make it through my first Oly then I’ll think bigger thoughts.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

9 Responses to Bold Moves

  1. Laurie says:

    I watched it too. It was great and made me cry. I am officially a Desiree Ficker fan!

  2. Firefly's Running</ says:

    Damn I missed it. I hope they air it again. 😦

  3. Firefly's Running</ says:

    Damn I missed it. I hope they air it again. 😦

  4. Running Rabbit says:

    I heard about that and how amazing it was from a running buddy. He was watching it…I was playing on the internet. 🙂

  5. WADDLER26.2 says:

    I saw the last hour. How inspiring. I was in tears watching the finish. I may never do one but want to be a volunteer. God bless Sister-she is breaking ground for us.

  6. Vickie says:

    Yes, I watched it too with our IM crowd. The person who stuck in my mind? The woman who had been struck by a car and was now paralyzed. Not only did it strike a familiar chord in me, but it made me realize that my injuries were not nearly as debilitating, and if she could do this, I have no excuses to do anything either.

  7. jeanne says:

    i was very busy running around fredricksburg not being where i should have been. highlights on youtube?

  8. Fe-lady says:

    Yeah- watched it! I loved the war veteran-he was just so ‘Straight up’ about everything. And the ALS warrior routing for the guy running for him….well, there were tears for sure!They actually did a pretty good job this year!(some of the music sucked tho!)

  9. Bolder says:

    i loved OCD-guy too… especially his ‘Susan Anton or Linda Blake’ comment…apparently, he is the President of the Seattle Mariners.

Comments are closed.