VERY VERY HARD.
But I needed to do it.
Strolling is easy, but pushing the stroller while strolling is not so. With a baby inside it becomes quite a bit of work.
And when you yourself is the stroller and you yourself is the baby inside that you yourself have to push, it becomes a thousand times harder.
And I huffed and I puffed and I prayed a thousand prayers all the way up from the Timpohon Gate at 6,100ft (1,866metres) above sea-level to Laban Rata Rest House at 10,700ft (3,270metres).
And I inched and stepped and zig-zagged and I breathed gratitude all the way down.
Because I MADE IT!
With the unfazed support of my husband (who constantly kept close by me) and my two girls, I MADE IT!
And now my children can tell their yet-to-be-conceived children how at the ripe age of 56, granny MADE IT TO THE
The summit is a further 2 km up - which the girls and their father reached early Sunday morning to watch a splendid sunrise and appreciate God's majesty.
Our legs are stiff from the strain and will ease soon enough.
But the euphoria of our achievements will remain for a good long while.