Over the summer I attended Lipscomb Summer Scholar’s program in Nashville, TN. A few of the girls I met at camp decided to plan a mini reunion together over Veteran’s Day weekend because we missed each other so much!
In all honesty, I want to say this vacation was the best yet, but I cannot.
Everyone is suppose to dread summer school right?
All I can say about 2016 is wow. I’ve made so much progress, had some fall backs, made big changes, met new people, and I am beyond grateful for everything that has happened, good and bad, because it has helped make me the person I am today.
If you told me a year ago that I wouldn’t be doing gymnastics, I would not have believed you. Gymnastics has been my life since as early as I could walk. I’ve been doing competitive gymnastics since third grade. Of corse there have been rough times where I wanted to quit, but I never thought I would go through with it.
If you follow my Instagram (@baileylifts) you know that at the beginning of the month I went on vacation to Florida. A vacation where I had little control over when or what or where I ate. A week before leaving for our family trip, my nutritionist decided I was doing well enough in recovery to move my appointments to as needed. I saw this vacation as my final “test” to ending treatment.
Everyone’s journey is different, so I thought it was fitting to share my own story to start off my blog.