I keep thinking that if I could just unzip my skin, step out of this body, then I would see who I really am.
— Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls (via quoted-books)
Text I respect fit runners and I respect overweight runners. I respect fast runners and I respect slow runners. I respect people who run 5 miles and I respect people who run 25 miles. I respect people who run in group and I respect solo runners. I respect shirtless runners and I respect fully clothed runners. I respect walkers, joggers, and sprinters. I respect female runners and I respect male runners. I respect young runners and I respect old runners. I respect winter, spring, summer, fall runners. My point is this: the first step out the front door is the hardest, and I respect anyone who takes it.
via Earth Walker.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
— —Thomas Edison (via fuckyeahcrossfit)