It's Monday, which means almost everyone is in a terrible mood because the weekend is over, a new work week has begun and perhaps that co-worker you loathe has decided to regale you with their extremely detailed story about their commute into work before you've even had a sip of coffee.
In short: You probably need a little Monday pick-me-up. And we've got just the thing.
Asia Ford placed third to last in Louisville's 10K Rodes City Run over the weekend, but her time when crossing the finish line isn't important; it's the fact that she finished the race at all.
Asia told WHAS-TV that she has struggled with her weight for years and at one point was at 475 pounds. It was only when her husband at the time lost a limb to diabetes that she started working out, and the 10K was one of her big goals on her journey to a healthier life. And it was during that race that she realized she doesn't have to go at this alone.