The Birthday Post


Yup. It’s my birthday.

And I enter a new age group.  (If you read my blog, you know my age and in the medical world, it’s a biggie.)

It won’t necessarily mean more age group awards because there are speedy ladies in this age group too (depending on the race.)  But I am happy to be injury-free and running…often.

A  few months, I wrote a post entitled Getting Older Rocks and I still believe it.

So what are my plans for the day?

Probably very similar to last year on this day:

RUN… Play Tennis … Relax on the Beach (in Naples, Florida)

Followed by Dinner out with my friends and hopefully a Sunset on the Gulf.

My final thought today:

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I’m also linking this post with Susie and Rachel and Debbie and Lora for the Running Coaches’ Corner.

Happy Running! So how do you usually celebrate your birthday? Do you run?

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11 thoughts on “The Birthday Post

  1. Happy Happy Birthday!!! The older I get, the more I see that age really is just a number – it’s what you do that makes life worth living…and you clearly do a lot to enjoy it! Hope you have a wonderful day. 🙂

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  2. Age has never bothered me. Not so far, anyway. Maybe it has to do with being the baby of the family or maybe it’s just the way I am.

    We actually had really nice weather for your birthday too. Thank you. And today is my brother’s . . .

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