Saturday, September 09, 2006

Happy Weekend

 Good morning to you all!
One week ago today we were 2 hours into the Grand Teton 100 mile and 1 hour into the 50 mile races. Today is a day just like last week, sunny and beautiful.
It has been a long week of cleaning up, house guests, emails,being very sleepy and much gratitude for all the wonderful "thank you" notes that have come to us via email and via regular mail regarding our races.
It is long overdue for me to say a  BIG,BIG thank you to Colleen Woods who has been the greatest gift to so many of us in our life in so many ways.
Colleen did our blog during the BW double and she has worked many long hard hours on several new projects that Dreamchasers has going on. Without her I would hate to think where we would be right now!! God works in great ways and one thing he worked is bringing Colleen into our life and into yours. Just yesterday a good friend of mine in Jackson Hole said."I cant wait to meet this women Colleen"!
Colleen has now moved to Teton Valley from NYC, and has started a new life here and she is just glowing from head to toe!
Colleen we all love you and thank you for all your time, effort, energy and goodness.
The races might be over but many wonderful things are coming our way and your way.
Check out the many updates in the next few weeks on our web sites.
I need to get back to training, I went for a walk on Friday:) I guess if I am going to run the Vermont 50 in 2 weeks I best get my butt moving!
Have a wonderful weekend
ps..this quote was sent to me from my good friend Will!
The happiest of people don't necessarily have the best of everything;
they just make the most of everything that comes along their way. The
brightest future will always be based on a forgotten past; you can't go
forward in life until you let go of your past failures and heartaches.
Happy Feet!
Lisa Smith-Batchen

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have enjoyed the dry wit of Colleen's blog posts over the last months. Must be an NYC thing! And it was fun to meet her at the race. She was doing a lot of work helping runners and whatever else needed to be done...even pacing George!

Go train Lisa. : )