Here's a sample:
The Mental game (it's not meant to be a book, or anything like that, just writing it for my own pleasures).
I'd love some thoughts about where to go, and input from others who had a great time running at ANY age! :)
Glory was what we were after, but then we always did settle for a fast time. In the road were the cars; on the side of the road were the carbon bikes that glided up and down the hills, and in the woods creasing our legs with the arrhythmic roots and stones that came into our sight, when it was already under us - flying by - were us. Sometimes we were a pack, and other times the pack split into groups, but always we were running and usually always had our mouths parted for sucking in air or talking on the slow days. The slow ones were left, although sometimes we waited for them to catch up, and other times we went along and ran the loops into the woods and stretched our legs in the early sun.
The mornings smelled a certain way, the sort of freshness you could never find in the afternoons. The garden-fresh of grass and trails, the trees with their branches - all giving out their best scents for the early-morningers, and the streams, the birds, and even the dirt paths aroma renewed from the cool dark nights. One street was sprawled with Magnolia trees and those smelled even more. Cross country running wasn’t just a sport, it was something we all experienced and every season bred new intimate environments for us to explore clipping away in the trails, but then also in the streets and rural hills, and cul-de-sac’s, and ice-cream farms, and that was when I learned to speak with the world around me.
What would you include personally into your "stories?"