Well done...both the video and your run. (Dad)
Kate, it's wonderful to hear your voice again. I am glad you are enjoying life in California. (Josh Lewis)
Yay! Your first video post. It was great!I love your idea of a PR for distance. It dovetails nicely with the idea of quality instead of quantity. In the whole, I'd rather take my time and enjoy a run than speed through it and not take in the scenery. Speed has its place, but celebrating distance is a wonderful idea. The Oregon Beach Bill from the 60s allows public access to the beach/coast, and it is one of the reasons I love my state.
Oops, I meant "on the whole" not in. :)
Josh, I'm so happy you commented! It's good to hear from you. Laura, that's funny, I was thinking that maybe it was a local colloquialism ("In the whole"). Like people in NYC say that they're waiting on line rather than in line. Odd. I'm glad you like my PR for distance!Dad, thanks :) And thanks for commenting on my blog rather than facebook!
The whole video thing really adds to the personal connection. I have read some of your blog posts over the past year and whatnot, but haven't commented mainly due in part to the fact that I didn't think I would add any good feedback. While I don't run or don't necessarily do some of the other things that you so eloquently discuss about on your various blog posts that make you happy and life "simple", I do enjoy reading your passion. You have a genuine passion for the stuff you write about, and I just wanted to say that I enjoy that. I haven't seen you since high school, and seeing this video kinda takes me back to 1997... good grief I/we are getting old. Anyway, keep up the good blog, and the videos add a very nice, personal touch. -Mike U
Mike! Hey, buddy. Thank you for commenting. We are getting old! At least we're not alone. More video posts--got it!
I love the video format, Kate! You're a natural. The bike path is my favorite part of living in Monterey (other than my friends, of course!). I developed a whole new appreciation for the bike path when I was training! It's so incredibly beautiful; it's easy to forget how special it is!
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