Taking a Chance

There comes a time when we all need to take a chance; maybe change things up. Last week, I did just that. I really don’t know where it came from but I do know it was the right decision for me and it was a hard decision to make. I moved on from New Orleans. I guess you could say, I broke up with the last little piece I thought was holding me there [with the exception of our adopted family, the Kirklands – you’re stuck with us!]. It’s funny because in a way I never thought I would but I’ve come to see the bigger picture and to want more when it comes to Dustin and I’s chosen hobby of triathlon.

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I’ve had several friends support me with all the crazy ventures I’ve done over the years; from moving to Texas [twice], to going back for my Master’s degree in a non-traditional fashion, to just being there when no one knew what the outcome might bring and I am thankful for them! You know they have your back when they’re giving you feedback and saying “I hope you get this”. Me too friend, me too!

I decided a few weeks ago, as spontaneous as Ironman 70.3 Texas was, that I’m moving on. I’ve taken on a second job to buy my new little dream bike. I’m putting in training hours I didn’t expect I would be this off season. I’m sending in team applications because at the end of the day, who knows what will happen? But I do owe it to myself to take that risk, to be scared of rejection and push through, and to say it is POSSIBLE! I’m seeing myself in a happier version of me and I couldn’t be more excited about it! What changes are you making this off season to be a better you?!


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