Copenhagen Half was the hardest race I’ve ever ran.
It had nothing to do with myself, but all to do with the fact that I was running for my Granma. For the three weeks before the race I tried to grieve her but I had no tools for it, I still dont. But I knew that I need to run for her, because she saw the change in me, even though not understanding always.
So on raceday, when I saw my soulmate @kenthandlos and when he asked me that simple question “How are you?”, I just burst in to tears. Because I really didn’t know how I felt. I still don’t.
But he was there for me, hold me, let me cry and just get it all out. That is something I can never forget and it makes me so gratefull🙏.
I ran that race harder than I have run anything in my life. It was the hardest race emotionally, but physically the strongest.
The love and support that I had during this weekend was insane, thank you so much everyone. The smiles, hugs and words are so meaningful to me❤️. Never felt this loved and blessed in my life.
There is something special about us runners!
Photo @powerpaw thank you🙏
#blessed #gratitude #friendship #loved #btgcph #crewlove #alwayswithme #irunforgranma #undoordinary