because ranting about the healthcare system is so depressing and frustrating.
I've signed up for Runagogo, the sequel, the brainchild of Rachael, who is an actual, serious runner. I am a walker and an elliptical trainer-er, my knees do not approve of running, especially on hard pavement. The premise is simple, you sign up and commit to cover 100 miles in 3 months. It starts April 1. Most of the participants are runners, but you can walk, swim, whatever. 100 miles in 3 months is only a bit more than a mile a day, my 81 year old mother could walk that! My 64 year old cousin already does 3x that distance every day! (And she can walk me and her 30something sons into the ground, as she proved when we did Universal Studios last year.) It would be embarrassing to claim I can't do it. Of course, we do have the Florida issue - by July 4, when this round ends, it will be hotter than hell. That's when I will be logging the miles on the elliptical trainer. Anybody want to join me in this?