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.

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!


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

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