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Run to Remember

May 27, 2012

I’m alive

Sore, but alive.   That’s me, at 13.1 miles, suddenly picking up speed because it occurred to me, if I ran faster, the pain would be over sooner.…

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May 21, 2012

My bucket

At the running store last month, I eavesdropped as another customer told the salesman that she was training for a half-marathon, the Run to Remember. “That’s a pretty good one,” he replied.  “Very flat.” I sighed.  Well, I didn’t actually sigh, but I sighed inside.  I’ve always wanted to run a half-marathon, but the one time I tried, the training hurt my knees too much.  Now, just two months into running after a four-month recuperation from a sprained ankle, there…

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