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Saturday, October 22, 2011

The 20MR Episode 91: Twitter Shout Out! New format

Figs from my back yard





It's really great to have you along for this, Episode 91. During this nine-mile run, we talk about a recent trip to Virginia, and also hear from a couple of listener emails. One of the listeners is just getting into high school. It encourages me to know that some of our listeners are younger ones. We seem to cover the gamut...and I am honored to have you on board.

We also share the names and "what they are doing" from Twitter. If you have not connected with me on Twitter, why not take a minute and do it now. To all of you who follow on Twitter--or other ways--thank you! It truly is encouraging.

Finally, you will notice a change in the beginning and ending of the program. As much as I love Roger Subirana Mata's music, after so many openings and closings using his hypnotic piece, we fondly move on. I hope you like the more upbeat and contemporary music. Choosing a song called "Running" was a no-brainer. Drop me an email and let me know what you think. We may have a few more surprises as well in the days ahead.

So, thanks for sticking with the show--and me--so long. It has been a great ride and I hope to continue running together for many more episodes to come. But most of all, as always,

Thanks for sharing some of the road with me,

The 20 Minute Runner

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The opening and closing Music is entitled "Running" and is by The Jefferson. Check it out at Music Alley.

The song heard in the body of this episode is "Running Wild Child" by Lance Larson. Check it out at Music Alley.

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