It’s hard to wrap our head around the idea that something so ordinary as a run, especially when doe alone, is often the most extraordinary experience of each day. There is something about a lone run, when we leave a warm house and family, and head out for the isolation and hard work of self determined miles with only ourselves to control what it takes to make it happen. Perhaps we run and escape comfort and belonging to appreciate them, and I believe just as importantly, to appreciate ourselves. A run with friends, often feels like a celebration, where we bring what we experienced alone and share our it with matched footfalls and breaths.
Every run is amazing, especially today’s, don’t miss it,
Randy Step, an admitted obsessed runner on the mend. Thanks for the positive vibes. Back in normal rhythm and feeling good today after a few, tough, post-cardiac ablation days. 10 more restricted days before the run gets to do its healing magic. For now, I’m happy to be able to at least wander again.