Running

I forgot–today I ran farther than I’ve ever run before.  Five miles.   "Run" is probably a strong word for my speed, but I like saying it anyway: today I ran five miles.

I’ve hiked more than that many, many times. The day after Kelli and I hiked Pikes Peak, I had to walk up stairs backward.  A few times, I’ve walked 20 miles in one stint. 

Still. I’ve never, ever run for five miles without stopping.  It felt good after sitting so much.

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2 thoughts on “Running

  1. Anonymous

    Long-time reader, first-time poster.

    You continue to imspire me. I used to be very physically active, but not in the last 10 years, and my weight has climbed alarmingly. Hopefully this is the tipping point for me and my regimen. I want to get back to my former self.

    Looking forward to your new book!

    -CV

  2. CV, thanks for posting. Remember, easy does it on your way to what you want to do!

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