Male> Foundation, Ethiopia, Ryan discussed on Another Mother Runner

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It was <Speech_Male> that that <Speech_Male> we do look at our <Speech_Male> athlete's nutrition <Speech_Male> and their sleep <Speech_Male> and we get <Speech_Male> their weights going, like <Speech_Male> it's a whole <Speech_Male> and they <Speech_Male> enter game. You know, I had <Speech_Male> my podcast run <Speech_Male> free podcast, which <Speech_Male> has been on a <Speech_Male> hiatus for a while <Speech_Male> because honestly I kind <Speech_Male> of felt like I said everything <Speech_Male> I wanted to say. <Speech_Male> So I'm like, <Speech_Male> I don't feel like I <Speech_Male> just need to create content <Speech_Male> to fill the air. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We might get <Speech_Male> it going again with a <Speech_Male> different slant or something, <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> for now I'm <Speech_Male> just like, no, like I <Speech_Male> really wanted to say the <Speech_Male> stuff that was on there and <Speech_Male> I said it. <Speech_Male> And I can leave it. <Speech_Male> No, you know? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So anyways, <Speech_Male> it's been super fun. <Speech_Male> Just building <Speech_Male> this business <Speech_Male> with people that <Speech_Male> I love, <Speech_Male> we're having our run <Speech_Male> free camp <Speech_Male> up here in crested buttes <Speech_Male> actually starting <Speech_Male> this afternoon. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I'm just stoked. I <Speech_Male> just can't wait to hang out with <Speech_Male> everyone and <Speech_Male> interact with the <Speech_Male> athletes and <Speech_Male> hopefully get <Speech_Male> to share some things that's <Speech_Male> helpful for people on their <Speech_Male> journeys, you know? <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> I mean, they're <SpeakerChange> going to be encrusted <Speech_Male> views. So they <Speech_Male> really can't lose. <Speech_Male> It's <SpeakerChange> a <Speech_Male> situation. <Speech_Female> Yeah, and you <Speech_Female> just have so much <Speech_Female> knowledge and <Speech_Female> experience and, <Speech_Female> you know, I love <Speech_Female> that philosophy that you <Speech_Female> have. So <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> our final question for <Speech_Female> you, not that we want to speed <Speech_Female> up time, but <Speech_Female> if you could take a peek into <Speech_Female> the future, <Speech_Female> what do you see your <Speech_Female> life looking like <Speech_Female> in ten or <Speech_Female> 20 years <SpeakerChange> from now? <Speech_Female> Where do you see yourself? <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> First off, I'd say <Speech_Male> I wouldn't want to look. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Male> love mystery. <Speech_Male> People <Speech_Male> are always trying to get <Speech_Male> away from mystery. <Speech_Male> I love that. <Speech_Male> Even like the <Speech_Male> mystery of death, <Speech_Male> you know? <Speech_Male> If you really want to take <Speech_Male> it far, you could go <Speech_Male> there. It's <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> very mysterious <Speech_Male> process that we're all <Speech_Male> going to go through. <Speech_Male> But there's something kind of <Speech_Male> beautiful about the <Speech_Male> mystery and the <Speech_Male> not known. <Speech_Male> So I definitely wouldn't <Speech_Male> want to <Speech_Male> know if you had to ask me, <Speech_Male> what would I <Speech_Male> predict? We'd be doing, <Speech_Male> you know, <Speech_Male> Sarah, <Speech_Male> she's always wanted <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> do some type of <Speech_Male> development work. <Speech_Male> She's pictured that again <Speech_Male> since she was a little kid. <Speech_Male> We have <Speech_Male> our house over in Ethiopia. <Speech_Male> We have the whole steps <Speech_Male> foundation. We've <Speech_Male> already kind of been <Speech_Male> moving in this vein <Speech_Male> a little bit. And <Speech_Male> I think when she retires <Speech_Male> from pro running, we're <Speech_Male> really kind of transitioned <Speech_Male> more into like, <Speech_Male> let's ship kind of <Speech_Male> like fully into <Speech_Male> the philanthropic <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> work that we <Speech_Male> want to be involved in, <Speech_Male> probably, most <Speech_Male> likely in Ethiopia, <Speech_Male> like you <Speech_Male> said, we <Speech_Male> love the people and the culture <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> have a lot of connections <Speech_Male> there. And <Speech_Male> good to see <Speech_Male> ourselves over there. <Speech_Male> If not <Speech_Male> full-time, at least <Speech_Male> part of the year. So <Speech_Male> we'll probably be doing <Speech_Male> that. And <Speech_Male> it's <Speech_Male> going to be a fun <SpeakerChange> road. <Speech_Male> I'm excited for you. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Let's just get up <Speech_Male> that mountain first with the <Speech_Male> roller machine, right? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yeah, <SpeakerChange> that's gonna <Speech_Female> be a journey. Awesome. <Speech_Female> Awesome. Well, thank <Speech_Female> you Ryan for joining us. <Speech_Female> You are so fun to <Speech_Female> talk to and have so much <Speech_Female> energy and <Speech_Female> your girls and your <Speech_Female> wife, of course. Are <Speech_Female> lucky to have you. <Speech_Male> Enjoy, <Speech_Female> well, <SpeakerChange> enjoy Father's <Speech_Music_Male> Day and <Speech_Music_Male> we will see you around. <Speech_Music_Male> And <Speech_Male> thank you guys for <Speech_Male> doing what you're doing. I appreciate <Speech_Music_Male> people <Speech_Music_Male> doing good work <Speech_Music_Male> in the world and encouraging <Speech_Music_Male> parents. <Speech_Music_Male> We could all use a <Speech_Music_Male> lot of that. <SpeakerChange> So I appreciate <Speech_Music_Female> you guys. <Speech_Music_Female> Oh, <Speech_Music_Male> thanks, Ryan. <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks a lot. <Speech_Music_Male> All right guys.

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