|The view from Will's Hill|
Ihave lived long enough and experienced life sufficient to say that I have gained an understanding of pain. Some of it has been self- inflicted either purposely or as a result of judgment errors, while some was received very innocently. Whatever the case, I have discovered that pain is not the crisis. The failure to learn is the crisis.
Running improves other parts of my life. I have greater endurance during activities such as waterskiing and snow skiing. These activities are important to me because they allow me to spend active quality time with my husband, children, and grandchildren.
Running makes me sweat and that has to be good. My son said this about stinky sweat, “That has to be good for you – getting all that stinky stuff out of your body!” I have a great blood pressure reading which is very important to me because there is a history of heart disease and stroke in my family. I am running away from age onset diabetes which also runs in my family.