Unbelievable, I have completed my second marathon! Since January, when I decided to participate in the Maspalomas Marathon, I have been eagerly anticipating this moment. Now, the time has finally come. A bit of a bittersweet feeling, yet also good that you can now take it a bit easier.
I haven't written anything here for two weeks, and I thought it's time to pull myself together and put something down on paper 😄 As you can see from the title of the post, there are still two weeks left until the marathon. In fact, a little less than that. Right now, I'm reaching the end of twenty weeks of training plan. The harder part is behind me because I'm currently in the marathon taper phase.
That's what running teaches us, that the true value of life lies in the goals we set and their deep meaning. This is the road where every step, every breath, and every drop of sweat tells us that joy and satisfaction come from living each moment fully and meaningfully. Because running is more than just speed or distance; it is life itself that teaches us.
It was quite a stormy weekend. Actually, the storm is still raging, and I'm reading here how there are power outages all over Estonia, and trees are flying. And besides trees, roofs and building facades have also been flying, which is quite scary. Fortunately, the storm didn't cause any harm to me; on Saturday, I even completed a half marathon in Tartu, defying the storm.
In conclusion, a beautiful quote: "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." - Eleanor Roosevelt. Dream big! Whether it's the dream of completing your first marathon or moving to another country, dream big! Whatever you think and dream of - Anything is possible!