It didn’t bring him back, but ran for him anyway. San Francisco Marathon was on Father’s Day this year.
Running in southern California often means running in pollution. The car noises, the landscaping equipment noises, the fumes, etc. Add to these, the competition for a decent surface to run on — I often find myself dodging cars just to squeeze in some asphalt time for my joints. By the time I’m done, it isn’t only the exercise that got me tired, it is also these other factors.
So for obvious reasons, I love running early in the morning. I like how turn by turn, I can run in the middle of the quiet streets without fearing for oncoming cars. No noises. Not even music. Just me, my running shoes and the sound of my breathing. It is my own time of meditation and stress release. I walk back in the house somehow feeling lighter and clearer. Being an early riser has many benefits.
This Ted performance completely blew me away. It may make you cry, but I can bet that it will be uplifting in the end. There are three pieces to this. All are beautiful. The second one is incredibly moving. But boy, that last one. Crazy! Some people are so undeniably talented, one can’t even get jealous.
Not liking the look of this chart at all. I have ran this course twice as part of the full marathon in the past. Not easy. Not easy at all. Anybody running this race this Father’s Day? Share your training. Last time I logged 2:17. Would love to get close to 2:00 this time. Hence skipping the full and cutting it in half to concentrate my effort.
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Angelenos, can you believe that there was a time that we were able to see this band at street fairs, paying practically nothing?