December, ONE, First Farmers discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
Yeah i'm laying there on the ground over in the festival area after the race and just being kind of completely spent at that point i had been one of the top things done my life. I mean race wise And and but i remember fallen in love with it at the same time like that feeling like that. I just exhausted myself and and had really push myself to the limit for where i was at that point. Not only just physically but mentally as well. I mean you go through that race and there's all there's times where i was like. Why am i doing this. Why are you just hanging up this. Walk the rest of the way or something like that her. You know so so i i kinda fell in love with it and then i started doing more and more of those spar races racist. I started kind of travel around local Races that were around. And i found myself losing weight by training and getting better and better physical shape and then i started meeting. People out of these races at that has similar mindsets. You meet a lot of veterans. That do these kind of races. And you know what i started to find was not that not only was i kind of given the the the the physical side of me a therapy needed but also getting the the the mental relationships with other people that brotherhood and sisterhood. That kind of missing Likely craving for my time in the military i was finding like minded people that had goals and dreams in or were doing the same thing i was doing out there these races and so he started developing friendships and started beyond with a practice. What we talked about earlier just as conversations and talking to people. And then. And then i i remember by the end of that year of two thousand seventeen was that first farmers and december of that year..