Thursday, June 24, 2010

chicked

I chicked him.
It hurt.
I have a headache now but I feel oh so good.
I am inclined to think that if he had the same barefoot miles on his feet that he might have taken me but I dug deep. Real deep and emptied the tank.
I love you baby and thank you for pushing me.

12 comments:

kat said...

Love the picture Angie, you look great, and you have a great hubbie there as well, good on him for pushing you.

Anonymous said...

Woohoo!

Caratunk Girl said...

THAT IS AWESOME! You are so lucky to have him to push you. WOOT!

Anonymous said...

When my wife and I run or ride together I always let her finish in front of me. Just sayin...

barefootjosh said...

Jamoosh makes a good point. Now you're going to have to chick him at the beginning, then leave him chicked.Just to be sure.

Great job!

Julie said...

Woo hoo Angie!! Way to chick your hubby:) Way to dig deep and fight hard!

ShellBell said...

Way to push it Angie! Love that you guys are running together and love your new design.

busyrunningmama said...

Way to go! Girls rule!! Haha!!

Angie Bishop said...

At first I was inclined to think that he let me win. He is the most honest person I have ever met. After offending him by questioning his honesty I now believe that I really did find that sweet spot deep inside that is the secret reserve of heart.

Black Knight said...

It's great to share the same hobby. Congrats to you and hubby. Indeed here it's the same my wife runs and swims.

misszippy said...

Sometimes you've gotta do what you've gotta do!

Trish said...

Awesome! Love that you found that sweet spot!

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