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Monday, January 14, 2013

"Stop worrying about every pothole and celebrate the journey."

Tonight's blog entry is brought to you by the letter C and the number 3.5.

Tonight I really need that quote from my poster. Some stuff went down here at home last night that was really hurtful and I am trying very hard to not to hold resentment. They have a lot of issues that are theirs and that they are projecting onto me. It's a long story, but suffice it to say that my daughter, her husband and baby need to launch... SOON.

So, tonight I got on my "physical" therapy treadmill. I picked a 4 mile route through the Pacific Beach area of San Diego. Sadly Google Maps doesn't have pix along the boardwalk... but I still love the stability of this treadmill. The new parts left Salina KS today, so they should be here on Wednesday, maybe it will finally get fixed this time!

Anyway, I walked .25 miles then ran 3.5 miles straight and walked the last .25. It was a good run. I am getting very comfortable with running at 7 mph and managed a full half mile at that pace, which is about a tenth more than the last time. I have run 3.5 miles twice now, so it's time to bump it up a bit.

Keep pushing and getting better and continuing to run run run.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KATHIC2 1/15/2013 7:49AM

  Great pace! I admire your redirection!

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ANNIEONLI 1/15/2013 6:38AM


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AMYPLEGER62 1/15/2013 5:29AM

    Congratulations! When you go straight to your new habits and tools (us) when the road get challenging means... You are all that! good job! emoticon

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PHAMS85 1/14/2013 10:37PM

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