this morning’s run, the first with my running group in just over a year,
I went out on the trail named after him. On a post was a little figure,
an “overseer” of sorts. The run was slow as I’m still recovering from
last week’s 16 miler. I did get to run with Paul though – the elder
statesman of our group at age 83 (!). He’s a wonderful guy and several
of us ran with him for a few miles. This group has been and is a gift in
my life, for sure. Looking forward to more runs with them as the vaccine
takes hold . . . .
Hayward Field – for when sporting events can happen again . . .
Well, this year has been quite a year for me in terms of my running. I started 2018 coming off of rehabbing a broken ankle, setting a goal of running 1000 miles and competing in a few races. In many ways I far exceeded my modest goals and in other ways I didn’t. All in all it was a positive year for me. The breakdown:
Goals for 2019 so far include:
Books on running that I read this past year:
Onwards into 2019!