Miles:
3120 total / 1512 in 2014
Goal:

Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. Trail 26.2 4:12 50k 4:45

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Tim logged 3120 miles.

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  1. Am i stubborn? Yes very much so. It is hard to allow people to help me, to lower myself to accept the fact that i cant do as i used to... Yesterday was a hard day. Its not the outward wounds that h... read more

    • Ellen
      Ellen

      Hang in there buddy, I know you'll get through this, both mentally and physically. That's a great first step!

      25 days ago Like1 person

    • Steven
      Steven

      Glad to see progress. You will make it. Hang in there!

      25 days ago Like1 person

    • Rachel D.

      I'm thinking of you often, Tim. I keep checking in to see if there have been any new posts of late. How are things going?

      3 days ago Like

  2. Well today is a little hard. For the past few days i have subconsiously had pre race jitters and all the normal things that go with an upcoming race... Only difference is that i wont be racing this... read more

    • Steven
      Steven

      You will be back, and it will be an awesome day. I love the toughness and determination that you show. Do not let anything change that.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Trey S.
      Trey S.

      As runners we are always accepting new realities and challenges and making the best of things despite the conditions. You are doing the same in recovery, and inspiring the rest of us along the way. Thank you.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Tim W.
      Tim W.

      I guess even a bad situation can be used to gift others? If so then let it rain!
      Thanks Trey

      about 1 month ago Like

  3. Shared Photo

    This is GRACE! GETTING SOMETHING I DONT DESERVE! From a horrible crash to marrying my best friend. God is good!

    • Steven
      Steven

      Very happy for you. Congrats! Keep us posted on the recovery too.

      about 1 month ago Like

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    • The Ambassador
      The Ambassador

      Wow, bro, that's some bang-up. Glad you're still around and congrats to you both!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Rachel D.

      I'm so happy to continue to follow your recovery, Tim. I know there are plenty of hard days ahead, but love that you're trying to focus on celebrating every day that you're alive.

      about 1 month ago Like

  4. Shared Photo

  5. Shared Photo

    The left leg.

    • Stu S.
      Stu S.

      i'm glad you are alive brother ... looks like that rod and screws are nice and straight .. hope they aren't bothering you too much

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Tim W.
      Tim W.

      Not to bad. Its hard not being able to do the little things. The worse side is my right, with a pelvis fracture in two places. Gods blessed me with the gift of life so its all bonus time from here

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  6. PT: 11/2/14
    Well i am paying for pushing it a little to far this weekend. I am cleared to do as much as i can take, with the exception of putting any load bearing weight on my right leg. I wont be ... read more

  7. Pt 10-30-14
    I am now home, after almost a two week stay in the hospital. It feels good to be homw, but the reality of the task at hand is hitting home. Today was my first day of PT since working in... read more

  8. PT- 10-27-14

    Pt today... Hmmm where to begin. Today was like a run that from the beginning you are already checked out mentally. I woke up in pain today, and my stubborness reared its head during ... read more

    • Rachel D.

      Take one day at a time, Tim, and be patient with your body. It's doing the best it can. There's a lot of healing work going on inside. You need to respect that.

      about 1 month ago Like

  9. PT- 10-26-14
    Today was a major day. I went from.bed to walker to wheel chair. I was able to be wheeled around the hospital, and went out side to breathe fresh air for the first time in 8 days. See... read more

    • Darin P.
      Darin P.

      Keep up the great work Tim!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Trey S.
      Trey S.

      Loving the updates - glad you got to get out on such a beautiful day.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Jessica S.
      Jessica S.

      I have been in my own little world over the past several weeks and didn't see the news of your accident. I am so very sorry to hear that happened! Your faith and trust is just amazing. Cheering for you over here!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Steven
      Steven

      Love to hear that you are making progress. Keep it up! Want to see you on the streets and trails again.

      about 1 month ago Like

  10. PT- 10-25-14
    By far today has been the most amount of work. Today goal was to roll over, feet on floor, get up in the walker, and take three to four steps, and end sitting in another chair. Praise ... read more

    • Rachel U.
      Rachel U.

      Remember even though you may feel weak or broken you embody the strength of a King and His strength is sufficient for you. Always. Praying for joy and courage as you recover!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Ellen
      Ellen

      Hang in there Tim, we're thinking of you!

      about 1 month ago Like

  11. PT- 10-24
    Made it to the side of the bed, both feet on floor. With tears was able to put some bearing weight on the left leg. Straightened up in the walker held this position for a minute. Sat up f... read more

    • Adam F.
      Adam F.

      It may be a long road but it's a road you can travel and you're not alone. Take it one step at a time. That's all you can do!

      about 1 month ago Like

  12. Pt day 2. Was able to sit up with assistance, and ate breakfast while in the sit up position. Part two tonight

    • Steven
      Steven

      Be patient and heal up, but I look forward to seeing you running again!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Adam F.
      Adam F.

      Tim I know the road to recovery is filled with what can sometimes seem like a never ending series of challenges. But you can do this with the help of your friends, family, the medical community and of course your faith in God!

      about 1 month ago Like

  13. So saturday on my way to pacing dutiea, i was in a very bad wreck. I didnt see the stop sign and went in to the back of a truck at nearly 60 miles per hour. All i can say is that God had, and still... read more

    • Trey S.
      Trey S.

      I'm so sorry to hear this - but happy to hear that you are alive! Sending you positive thoughts and wishing you a speedy recovery.

      2 months ago Like1 person

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    • Rachel D.

      Tim, I'm just now catching up on this post. So terrifying how our lives can be so dramatically changed in the blink of an eye. So very grateful that you survived. Tim, your running training is going to serve you well as you work your way back. It may be a long road ahead, but you've got the endurance (mental, spiritual and physical) to face what lies ahead. Maybe this is the moment that all that training was leading up to.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Mark H.
      Mark H.

      Just read about this ... so glad it wasn't worse. I'll look forward to reading your logs during your PT. Romans 8:28.

      about 1 month ago Like

  14. RUN
    Crowders to pinnacle and back. 10.88 mi 02:01 11:06 pace

    With alot going on, i needed this beautiful run in crowders. Zero fuel on this run, with 2200 to 2400 feet of climbing. I had my climbing legs today and was able/ pushing myself to run all areas ex... read more

  15. RUN
    Easy Peasy 3.26 mi 00:32 09:49 pace

    Kept things super easy today on the Trails. Needed a light run with light miles. Ready to pace Uwharrie this weekend!!!

  16. RUN
    Latta Trails... ahhhhhh 10.01 mi 01:35 09:26 pace

    Much needed long run today! Saturday am I raced and took second in a 5k the was through my church . With the winnings I bought some much needed trail shoes... Today was the test run. They are amazi... read more

    • Adam F.
      Adam F.

      Oh my friend that is very exciting to finally have some shoes with a rock plate. And I am intending NO sarcasm at all. It makes such a huge difference. It's just like you said, you can be more aggressive in how you attack the trails.

      2 months ago Like1 person

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    • Henrietta C.
      Henrietta C.

      Those sound like great new shoes!! Great post!!! Congrats on your win Saturday!

      2 months ago Like

    • Baki O.
      Baki O.

      Nice run Tim!

      2 months ago Like

  17. RUN
    Prayer run 3.1 mi 00:20 06:20 pace

    Wasn't expecting any amount of speed on this run. Garmin read it short, but I can't be too sure because of a couple of turn around. I won't take it ad a PR, but am happy that I still... read more

    • Adam F.
      Adam F.

      "A little turnover" he says... a 6:20 pace is rocking great, Tim. I'm glad you enjoyed it!

      2 months ago Like

  18. RUN
    alright latta night 4.29 mi 00:43 09:56 pace

    Night trails and an awesome fall ;)

  19. RUN
    night trails... solo 5.16 mi 00:49 09:26 pace

    Night trail running is the new fun thing. Its different, a little scary but something that if 100 miles is in my future, something that has to be practiced. Accessed latta plantation from a neighbo... read more

    • Stu S.
      Stu S.

      Excellent run Tim ! - 2 lights definitely for trails ! Do u have a 100 in mind ?

      2 months ago Like

    • Henrietta C.
      Henrietta C.

      CRAZY in a fun way! Wow a bit adventurous? Lol hopefully the second light will be what you need or a second person!

      2 months ago Like

    • Rachel D.

      For super technical trail, I like to go with headlamp AND handheld. I think the two different angles of the light source improves your depth perception.

      2 months ago Like1 person