Race Day

The rain that began when I went out to feed the chickens well before sunup and followed me to Norfolk ceased as I parked the car. The howling winds, however, did not. Standing in the corral listening to the National Anthem, flags whipping furiously in the wind, awaiting the start, I felt no jitters, no …

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Running Buddy

One of the reasons I love running is the solitude. The lack of needing to plan, arrange to meet people, drive somewhere, stash your keys securely somewhere that either 1) won’t bother you while running or 2) will still be where you left them if you aren’t able to have them on your person. Then …

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