I read another article on a former Olympic elite runner,young, in her early 50s I believe, hanging up her racing shoes because she is no longer the fastest. Still running splits most women...and men will never see on the time clock. Her body to some extent, but more evident, her spirit broken. The joy of running and racing gone Because the results were no longer there. I hope to run in a way that I never lose the joy of running AND racing. When I can no longer run, I will walk. When I can no longer walk, I will wiggle my toes. When I can no longer wiggle my toes, I will wiggle my nose. When I can no longer wiggle my nose I will dream of movement and live in the movement of others. BUT, I plan to run Boston when I'm 70....and race everyone out there...with joy.