“You never regret a run, you only regret the ones you didn’t”

That’s how I see it, after registering the slowest marathon to date. BTW, I heard this quote on Rich Roll podcast while he was talking to his guest, Robin Arzon. Two of my heroes!

I finished another marathon! 13343159_10154044050756886_843220479736512394_n

You are not up for a decent run, every time you go run. This one was hilly with one long ass continuous climb for more than 2 miles towards the end, with high heat and humidity. With one of my left peroneus(?) tendons screaming from start to finish, the only good thing (well, other than the feeling while crossing the finish line) happened, was all the compliments I got for my outfit.13417633_10154044050841886_525802991602645871_n

Also the dinner after the race with some Glenfiddich 14 (thanks Santhosh and Lekshmi).

Walking forever, the day after, exploring San Diego, was excellent, coupled with more good food and more alcohol. What was even better was saving all those beached red tuna crabs at Ocean Beach. 13346129_10154042221296886_7928804602156569631_o.jpgWatching them swim away when I put them back in the water was more satisfying than crossing that finish line, in many ways.

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