Time to Celebrate like it's 1999! Wait, that was 10 years ago. Anyway...we are celebrating 50 episodes of the podcast in this, oddly enough, Episode 50. Thanks for joining the party. This episode is about fun and things in life worth celebrating.
But before we get to that, this is the last call for donations to The American Lung Association relative to the NC marathon. I will share the final tally on May 7th. If you want to make a donation, use the link on this page before the 7th. Thanks again to everyone who gave to the fight against lung cancer and other lung related diseases.
I discuss a few things that I feel like celebrating, including:
a. 50 episodes and the virtual running community
b. Health and the ability to enjoy running and SHARING WITH YOU
e. Still living in the greatest country in the world!!!
f. Learning (reading, writing, exploring my passions/hobbies—podcasting, coin collecting, messing with the computer)THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SENT ME AN ENCOURAGING MESSAGE, WHETHER BY EMAIL OR AUDIO CLIP. YOU are the reason I continue to do this.
I really have enjoyed this journey and hope to do 50 more, Lord willing. This episode was especially fun putting it all together. THANKS for being here and please share the podcast with others who might enjoy the show…assuming you do!!!! And as always,
Thanks for sharing some of the road with me over these last 50 weeks,
The 20 Minute Runner
Listen to Episode 50 (click the player below)
Thanks to the following podcasters for sharing a bit of audio encouragement in this episode:
The song heard in the body of the podcast is entitled "Enjoy the Music" by Kwame D. Check it out at Music Alley.
The applause clip heard in the podcast was acquired from Freesound and was contributed by obasound. It is used under a Creative Commons License.
The fireworks clip heard in the podcast was acquired from Freesound.org and was contributed by BoilingSand. It is used under a Creative Commons License.
The chanting clip heard in the podcast was acquired from raegi.ch/Animated.htm. It is used under a Creative Commons License.
The photo is courtesy of Liz Noffsinger. Her portfolio can be found here.