New Years Resolution

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Real Estate Agent with The Johnston Team

I must admit that I was a runner for many years when I was younger. From about 15 years old to 18 years old I ran in a race almost every weekend and ran 20-30 miles a week. I had dresser drawers full of race shirts. Now at 36 years old with a shoulder surgery, back surgery,  and gall bladder removal, all in the last 18 months, running is difficult. I've made a resolution this year to run the Crescent City Classic in April and, if I don't get another injury, the Mardi Gras Marathon in 2010.

I really want to run the Leadville Marathon but I have to convine my wife to take a vacation to Colorado, so I can run a race. I think this scenario is unlikely.

Happy New Year to all and good running in 2009.

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Great goals Christopher.... running can make you stay on track, but do take care of yourself regarding other health concerns....... keep us updated.

Jan 31, 2009 01:00 PM #1
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Running is a great sport..but if running is too much...as it is for me. ..Fast Walking with work.

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