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what's the best thing that ever happened to you while running? (Read 220 times)


day after day sameness

    A group of strangers, unknown to me to this day, helped save my life...

    I've done my best to live the right way; I get up every morning and go to work each day...

      A group of strangers, unknown to me to this day, helped save my life...

       

      That's going to be a pretty hard one for anyone to top.

      - Joe

      all running goals are under review by the executive committee.


      day after day sameness

        Wasn't meant as a 'topper', I'm truly grateful and in awe of what they did. It is the best thing that has ever happened to me on a run.

         

        (immediately after the worst thing...)

        I've done my best to live the right way; I get up every morning and go to work each day...

          Wasn't meant as a 'topper', I'm truly grateful and in awe of what they did. It is the best thing that has ever happened to me on a run.

           

          (immediately after the worst thing...)

           

          No, I know you didn't mean it that way.  I just meant what I wrote in a yes-that's-a-pretty-amazingly-best-thing-that-could-happen sort of a way.

          - Joe

          all running goals are under review by the executive committee.

            A group of strangers, unknown to me to this day, helped save my life...

             

            This really begs for a bit more in-depth explanation!

            2014 goals:

            1. Run a minimum of 1.5 miles every single day of the year

            2. Run 1500 miles in 2014

            3. Get my weekly mileage above 40

            4. Brown belt in Shaolin Kempo

            5. First Half (Oregon Wine Country HM?)

            6. PRs: Sub-21 5k, Sub-45 10k, Sub-45 Spartan Sprint, Sub 1:55 HM (Oregon Wine Country HM)


            I've got a fever...

              I found porn.

               

              Note: This was a much bigger deal back in the 1980's.

              On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office.  But you will wish that you'd spent more time running.  Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.

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