When Chuck and I were both small we loved competition but knew our limits: we were lousy runners. Slow. Bad. And it hurt.
After it was confirmed we had PKD we went through the long, slow chronic illness process: Long. Slow. Bad. And it hurt.
With the support of family and people like you we made it to the blessed day…
On 11-11-09 the second gift of life came in the form of a liver and kidney transplant.
We have been doubly blessed as our recovery has allowed us to participate and compete in some sports and sometimes even win a medal.
BUT WE HAVE NEVER ATTEMPTED A MARATHON.
So these “old farts with new parts”, flat feet and all, are going to complete the Nashville Marathon by jogging, walking, and anything else it might take.
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Did yuo completed the Nashville Marathon? I ran 5 Marathons when I was on dialysys treatment between 2011-2012.
Great to see people don`t give up!
I’m not a natural runner (an understatement) but a year after my double transplant I completed the Country Music and Disney Half Marathons…doing a lot of walking.
This is great Steve!
It doesn`t matter are you walking or runing. Moveing is whatś important 😉