Fall. There’s something magical about this season, the way nature changes its colors into a palette of yellow, orange, brown and red. The temperature drops and at first it’s a little difficult to adjust to the cold.
I definitely did not expect to be able to climb any mountains this year. As I am writing this, it’s been 9,5 weeks since I had my ACL surgery. But my recovery has been going incredibly well, and before arriving in Chamonix I knew that hiking was definitely something I could do for several hours without trouble.
The year was 2014. It was January and the running conditions couldn’t have been any worse. My sisters had just begun their training for their first 50k, and I decided to tag along for their weekly running sessions.
Loving the adventure of going beyond. It sounds so obvious. Yet when a friend asked me the other day what the sentence on my hoodie really means to me, I wasn’t quite sure what to answer.
A couple of days ago I posted on Instagram that I’d be taking a break from social media for a while to enter a surgery/post-OP bubble. Well, sometimes things don’t turn out quite the way you expect.
Finally the day has come for me to breathe some new life into my website again. Those of you who have been following me on my social channels for a while know that I love to share my projects, adventures and thoughts with you - in words and in writing.
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