The Old Greeks Had it Right

November 13, 2018

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Palm Beach Fl.,

Member Since:

Apr 05, 2014



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:

Too numerous to list.

Short-Term Running Goals:

Come to terms with my triumphs. Deal with my disappointments.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Master the mind-body connection


The love of my life married someone else. I still have hope though.

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 18.00
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AM: I left my flat early this morning and jogged down to the corner market where I picked up a copy of the Times. Returned home and read the paper over coffee before going back down the stairs and into the street. I paused momentarily before breaking into a run, turning left towards the Estuary and then right onto High Road. Although the wind was against me and the course was uphill, I ran hard, accelerating throughout. Precisely 4.5 miles later, I arrived at the King John Secondary School where I am employed as a teacher. After a quick shower, I changed into the suit and tie I left at work last evening before breakfast of rye crisp, honey, grapefruit, and more coffee.

With that, my working day began.

From jtshad on Thu, Dec 07, 2017 at 11:09:45 from

Glad to have you back, Quinton! Looking forward to reading more about the new happenings!

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