It was my privilege to participate on the Habitat Hammers basketball team. Last weekend we played the Harlem Ambassadors to raise money for Escambia Habitat for Humanity. Even though I was injured and recovering from the flu, I would not bail on the charity that is most dear to me. Since I've been a part of the Family Selection Committee, I've seen 3 families get homes in 5 years! That's pretty good! We just expanded to include the whole county, so things are looking even better for the future.
I think it was a sign that my jersey number was zero. Hehe.
Um, they started doing sit-ups and push ups while I attempted to score. No dice. Oopps.
They pulled this guy from the audience to have a little fun. Enough said on that.
In the injury department- not TOOO much better, but slight progress. Groin pain is totally gone. I have tendonitis of the left ankle. I've been water running and cross training my little heart out, though, trying to still have hope for my possible spring marathon. I ran Saturday, and with doctor's orders, stopped when I felt pain, which was at the end of mile 2. I will say that the pain has moved to a nagging pain, but didn't want to push my luck, so I called it a day and got on the bike.
Other HUGE news- tomorrow is the big day!!!!! Yep, first high school track meet. I'm not thinking about it right now, too nervous. It's like waiting for my first marathon. The roster is set, the kids are prepped, now we just go out there and show our Eagle stuff! I'll definitely report back!