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Just A Mom

By Shelby Hofer – In the midst of an emotional breakdown last night I uttered a cry of complete desperation to my husband, “I am just a mom!” and was drawn up short by just how true that feels to me these days. Now, I don’t mean “just a mom” in the sense of what […]

Was The World Race Worth It?

Well, this is it. This is my final blog for the World Race and the end of this journey. I’ve had a lot of thoughts and feelings about leaving the Race. Some good and some bad, but I’m starting to understand some of it. I don’t understand the World Race at all; no of us can fully understand it. Some of my squad was asking each other this question recently “Was it all worth it?”. So I began to think if I really thought all of this was worth it and then decided to writ

I Would See More Fruit at Home

  The first 5 months of the race were hard physically, emotionally, and spiritually. My Month 1 in Mozambique was physically challenging. I went from 30below weather to 120 degrees with 80% humidity. There was no fan, breeze, or shade. Our shelter from the sun was a 2 person room and there were 6-7 of us. My diet changed significantly. The beetles, spiders, and moths attacked us like the zombies in the Walking Dead. My Month 2 also challenged me physically. We had no toilets for a while,