I was sitting in the back of a room on a summer day in June, 2014, with my back to the sun, waiting for my friend to finish a long run.
My friend, a young man in his mid-twenties, was in a wheelchair.
I was wearing a jacket and jeans and a pair of jeans.
He had an arm full of running shoes and a backpack, and I was standing by him.
He was talking on his cell phone as we waited, and suddenly the conversation shifted to the 80’s.
He looked at me and said, “I don’t know if this is gonna be a good idea, but it’s cool.”
My friend nodded and started to run.
He kept going.
He’d gone for a few minutes and when he came back, he looked at the clock.
He hadn’t finished.
I could hear him yelling.
He’s not gonna finish.
He didn’t have time.
“I thought it was the 80th running year,” my friend said.
He told me that he was going to go back to school to get a degree in sociology.
He said that he had a lot of runners in his high school and that he wanted to be a lawyer.
I thought about that for a while.
I knew there were tons of kids in the 80, but I didn’t know how many of them were running for real.
I didn the same thing about the 80.
We were both tired, and it was hard to tell who was doing it for real, and who was not.
I wanted to see if I could tell the difference.
What I found out was that I was a runner, but not a “runner.”
I was an avid runner, and there were a few things I wanted from the sport.
But for the most part, I wanted the excitement of the race to come first.
For example, I was not too keen on running with a bunch of other guys in the room who were also looking to get back into the sport, so I never raced with them.
And I never wanted to have a lot to do in a row in the morning.
When I ran, I wasn’t focused on getting into shape, but on keeping up with my friends, running with them, and keeping up on the news and stuff.
I never cared too much about the stats or the numbers on the track, because I just wanted to keep going.
For me, the biggest thing I did was run for myself.
I’d always wanted to do something that was more than just running, and this was my chance to show that I could do that.
So when I got the call that I wanted out, I went for it.
My first goal was to win my first 100-meter race.
I did that in a year, but my next goal was the 100-yard dash.
I ran it in the spring and was in the lead the whole time, but as soon as I crossed the finish line, I realized that it was not enough.
My girlfriend came over and said to me, “That’s why you’re running.”
I told her, “You know what, I’m not going to be running 100 meters today.
I’m going to run the 100.
That’s why I’m running.
But, you know what?
I’m gonna run.”
So I ran the 100 and the half and then the third 100-miler and the final 100.
I had no idea that that was going be my first victory.
So that’s how I started running.
It’s also how I ended up being one of the most successful runners of my generation.
I also discovered that it is important to have an awesome wardrobe.
I can’t tell you how many people told me, when they see me, that they’re wearing the same outfit all the time.
You’ve got to be comfortable with it.
For instance, I had this suit that I wore for my first two marathons, but once I realized what I wanted for the third race, I got rid of it and bought something else that I liked more.
I have a few pairs of jeans and T-shirts that I’m wearing now that I got for free.
I think it’s really important to be able to have clothes that you’re comfortable in, but also that you can’t look silly.
For the first time in my life, I actually didn’t feel like I was doing anything that was not running.
When the weather started getting cold, I would walk around in my running shoes.
I wore sneakers on my runs, but now I’m starting to go for my running clothes and start wearing them in a way that feels comfortable.
And if you’re not running, you’re just going to look like you’re doing nothing.
And you’re gonna look like a fool.
So I was like, “Man, I gotta go out