On June 20th, I will be running my own personal brand of ultra. A 7 hour and 26 minute endeavor on a treadmill. Why, oh why you ask, would anyone in their right mind do that?
Author Archives: Kathy Sebright
So here we are again, our life an open book. It wasn’t long after my son’s health issues first emerged last year that I realized I needed to share it with the world. By using our life as an example, I quickly found I could reach others which was perfect because I needed a platform [...]
Or so said the decorative sign. For a split second, I wanted to throw something at the sign as I found myself irrationally angry with an inanimate object. Better judgement prevailed and I kept running.
As January forges ahead, we brace for impact yet again. Our medically complex son, Emmett, almost 2 years old now will be heading in for his third surgery at the end of this month.
I didn’t realize just how long it’d been since I’ve blogged until I received a comment on my most “recent” post, back in June before my son’s surgery!
Less than a week from today! Next Wednesday (June 20th), I will attempt an 8 hour treadmill run, or however long it takes for my little boy to safely emerge from surgery.
On June 20th, my 15 month old son Emmett will undergo a cranial vault reconstruction. It’s a 7 to 8 hour surgery where they will literally break apart his skull, reshape the bones, and put it back together with plates and screws.
I used to hear this ALL the time. There are naysayers everywhere and honestly, I know a lot of them.
I am excited to announce I’m now officially a pacer for the 5/3 Riverbank Run!
As the Riverbank Run draws near and the ground beneath my feets grows ever unsteady, I have made a decision. I have decided to keep going.