have footprints on her back. She helps anyone and everyone, no matter the cost
to herself, and she's always been that way. Even the thought of withholding her
assistance makes her feel sick. Worse, it makes her feel like she's a bad
person, selfish and unkind.
She takes up running purely to avoid gaining weight, but as
she trains with her cute but heartbroken coach Andrew she becomes more able to
do things she'd never thought she could, both physically and emotionally.
The day before she runs her first marathon, though, her best
friend's demands result in the biggest challenge yet to her developing
assertiveness and Megan must decide: cave in as she always has before or stick
to her new-found 'happy pace' in running and life.