About Me and this Blog
Surviving the trials of the world for over 31 years, I finally find myself attending a university where I can learn beyond two years of education … yet I’m still running.
But here I am, on information overload from school, and now I have this blog about running to maintain.
My name is Daniel and I am a Junior at Cal State University Fullerton, majoring in Communications with an emphasis on Journalism.
I live with my wife and daughter in a tiny condo (our Hobbit Hole) in the city of Anaheim close to the Santa Ana River where most of my daily adventures of running transpire.
The purpose of this blog is to burn some free time, practice my writing, and to track any concerns about running or interesting running places.
Pretty much, the blog is a free-for-all about my running adventures. And being an everyday average runner, I’ll relate to other people or lend fare warning about painful experiences.
I’ve been a runner all my life, save about five or six adult years of pure laziness (I’ll get into this on a later posting.)
At St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs California, I lettered in track, running the 800 meter, one mile, and two mile races.
Other sports I’ve lettered in are Football and Soccer. Also, I was an all league keeper, but I’m not trying to brag or anything.