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2014-11-26 9:19 AM
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Congrats to everyone making the 1,000 mile mark and even those who didn't, that gave it a try. Even a few miles are better than no miles. There is still time.

HAPPY Thanksgiving and if you are going to travel, please be careful!


2014-11-28 12:54 PM
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1217 miles as of this morning. That is counting the 10 mile run to my in-laws for the Wednesday Thanksgiving, and today's 6 miles to work off a little of yesterdays Thanksgiving I've got a few more miles to run so I can hammer down all those leftovers

Keep it all up guys. If a total newbie runner can crack 1000 miles than you can too (and if you're not on track for this year just consider it base building for next years effort)
2014-11-28 5:01 PM
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Great job everyone on the first eleven months.  The cold is really starting to kick in around some places and is going to make the last month a little tough for some.  We might get a little snow tomorrow.  Very high winds and driving rain have been the norm around here the last week.

I'm at 1448 so should hit my goal soon.  I've taken the last four days off which is my longest break in a few years.  I was really feeling beat down as I was working on a bike mileage goal as well as the running. Needed some recovery.  Enjoying recovery time which is making it hard to get going again.  Each day it gets harder to start back up. 

2014-11-30 12:22 PM
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Hi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals.

I am at 1495.5

I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it.

Mary
2014-11-30 3:06 PM
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Originally posted by ChungaHi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals.I am at 1495.5 I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it.Mary
Oh my gosh Mary I am so sorry for your loss. Thanks for checking in. I will keep you in my thoughts during this difficult time.
2014-11-30 3:25 PM
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Originally posted by ChungaHi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals.I am at 1495.5 I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it.Mary
Oh my gosh Mary I am so sorry for your loss. Thanks for checking in. I will keep you in my thoughts during this difficult time.

Prayers and hugs to you! I'm so sorry. Do whatever you need to do right now. Don't listen to friends/family telling you that you should or shouldn't do x, y, or z. They tell you those things because they love you but they may not (or may) have the answers. Just find what is best for you as you heal. I'm so sorry.


2014-12-01 6:01 AM
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Originally posted by Chunga

Hi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals.

I am at 1495.5

I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it.

Mary



Mary I am so sorry to read about your loss. Do what feels right to you. I actually stopped running (and pretty much everything) for 7 years after I lost my son, which was a mistake, but it happened, but I nevertheless came out of the worst of it. Best to you.
2014-12-01 6:13 AM
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November was a great running month with a BQ and first place finish in AG at Rock 'n' Roll Savannah. Took a few weeks after the marathon to get running miles back up and am also swimming and cycling a little too since I have a Sprint Tri this Saturday, but I am not too far off track. On November 30th at 1834 miles. We'll see how the month goes, but it will be a close call for the 2000 mark.

Have a great running month.
2014-12-01 7:08 AM
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Originally posted by Chunga

Hi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals.

I am at 1495.5

I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it.

Mary



My most sincere condolences.
2014-12-01 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by Chunga Hi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals. I am at 1495.5 I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it. Mary

I am so sorry to hear that Mary. 

I really hope running can be a positive thing in your life right now for sure. Just know we are thinking of you. 

2014-12-07 6:00 PM
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Mary..I am sorry for your loss. 



2014-12-07 6:03 PM
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1003 miles today ! YES!

And a few weeks..albeit busy ones…. to go. 

2014-12-07 10:38 PM
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Originally posted by Chunga Hi guys, congratulations to everyone on hitting their goals. I am at 1495.5 I lost my partner of 22 years to a sudden heart attack the first of this month. I am just now getting back into some running. Nothing about my life is the same, my hope is running will still be a positive for me at some point. Right now I am pretty much just doing it. Mary

I am so sorry for your loss Mary.

 

Originally posted by isis

1003 miles today ! YES!

And a few weeks..albeit busy ones…. to go. 

Congratulations!!!!! 



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2014-12-09 11:51 AM
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Hi everyone,

Congrats to everyone for this year of running. Unfortunately my year stopped at 500miles due to a right hip flexor injury ( damn soccer ). This has been going on for several months now but hopefully I will be back at running early January 2015.

cheers
2014-12-09 12:09 PM
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Congratulations to everyone who gave it a try in 2014! Will there be a similar challenge posted for 2015? I'd love to take part.

2014-12-10 10:00 PM
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Originally posted by MIKEWOODS Congratulations to everyone who gave it a try in 2014! Will there be a similar challenge posted for 2015? I'd love to take part.

I sure hope so! 

Next year I am going for 1500. 



2014-12-12 10:59 AM
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About 150 miles short of 3K so we will see! Ran my marathon last weekend:

Race Report!

2014-12-18 9:18 PM
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Hit my goal of 1500 miles tonight.  It has been a great year.  Can't wait for next.

2014-12-18 10:12 PM
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Hit my goal of 1500 miles tonight.  It has been a great year.  Can't wait for next.

Congrats, pops!  Nice work.

 

2014-12-19 9:13 AM
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Hit my goal of 1500 miles tonight.  It has been a great year.  Can't wait for next.

Congratulations!  Time to spare!

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