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"Dear Lord, I thank you for helping me find a team for the race. I just ask that you will allow me to find one last dog to lead the team; one that's strong, courageous, and willing to lead the others. Thank you, God. In your name I pray, Amen."
The moonlight reflected off the newly-fallen snow and lit up the forest. Each step I took flattened the snow with a loud crunch. My thick coat kept me warm as I stormed across the mountainside. I enjoyed these late-night runs as ofter as I could. Due to work, I didn't get many chances to relieve stress, but a quick 3 mile run at midnight puts me at peace instantly.
I am Jason Carson, Senior Airman at Eielson AFB, Alaska. I was an F-16 Crew Chief, working swing shift on average. I would often go on these runs after work, running through the Alaskan forests. I would park my car at the grocery store at the edge of town, right by the forest entrance. I would then walk into the forest, find the