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IHOP day 22 — 2.2 miles

You broke the silence to say, “You’re going to take care of me, right?” I’m just a couple of miles in on the track when I get the text message from Chase. “Ummm, did you just try to charge $1,940.39 … Continue reading

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IHOP day 15 — 6 miles

Dear Dr. Sheehan: Happy 100th birthday! I guess it must be bittersweet since you died in 1993, but still. You live on through your words. What more could you ask than that? You probably don’t remember me. We met back … Continue reading

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IHOP day 14 — 5 miles

I remember quite clearly when I got out of bed I said oh, good morning what a beautiful day — the prophet taylor The little girl is terrified. She’s exhausted. And she has no idea what’s happening. She’s in a … Continue reading

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IHOP day 12 — 5.2 miles

don’t think too badly of one who’s left holding sand he’s just another dreamer dreaming ’bout Everyman — the prophet browne There are some things you try not to think about because they’re just too damn depressing. Asics stopped making … Continue reading

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IHOP day 10 — 5 miles

If he can’t go to heaven  maybe I don’t want to go — the prophet Taylor The Bill Rodgers singlet is waiting. He’s watching me as I come home. I explain that it went OK. Maffetone numbers are going to … Continue reading

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IHOP day 9 — 5 miles

Heading out this morning into the sun Riding on the diamond waves, little darlin’ one Warm wind caress her Her lover it seems Oh, Annie Dreamboat Annie my little ship of dreams — the prophets Ann and Nancy Wilson Today’s … Continue reading

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running with elves

As it turns out, elves is NOT the plural of elvis, so there were no jumpsuits or paste-on sideburns at the Running With Elves 5K today. But there WERE lots of Santa hats and dogs in goggles. What more could … Continue reading

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