Raise your hand if you are over this pandemic. We definitely are in our household. The family is doing really well for the most part, besides the typical bouts of boredom. It is a blessing that my little family just makes it work. We rarely have any issues and everyone is understanding that we have to do what’s best for our health and the rules in place. We have las enjoyed doing many activities together even including the Autism walk for team Alex Madrigal.
April 27th was the very first race I did for my Mom that started this journey. I never realized how this dark time would change our life for the better. Going through all of that loss has definitely made it easier for users to appreciate our families that our here now. I also tend to wonder what if this was all going on and then we went through it all. I can’t imagine not being able to go see our moms or be around them now. With all of these loved ones going through so much we most likely would not be able to be with them and that would have been devastating.
Trusting in God and his process is so important even if we don’t understand it.
One of the things that my mom always dreamed about was starting something to make a difference for others. Being a recovered addict herself, she volunteered at addictions counseling and homeless ministry weekly. Reflecting on this and praying for guidance we can proudly say that we are starting the process for Run Rolo Run to be a full non-profit to continue to make strides to help people out.
We are ready to trust His process and see where he wants to continue to take this journey.
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On a running note, I have been working hard to get to that next level and can say I finally completed a 10K! I’m motivated to keep this going weekly as I have an amazing way I want to honor my Mother-in-law Carol Madorin’s date of her passing.
The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore, my heart greatly rejoices; and with my song will I praise him. – Psalm 28:7