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December 10, 2018

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Frostbite Falls,Planet Earth

Member Since:

Jan 24, 2011



Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

I completed several marathons†a few†years ago...or was it a few marathons several years ago?†

Short-Term Running Goals:

Take my running streak one day at a time (It's the only constant in my life) While pursuing a Bachelor's degree in general psychology, after which, I will pursue a Master's degree in Psychology with dual specializations in clinical counseling and sex therapy. Lastly, I plan to run my first marathon as a female at the 2019 St. George Marathon. On December 1st, 2018, I will begin my training plan, while continuing my running streak, barring any unforseen incidents that prevent me from doing so. Knock on wood.

Long-Term Running Goals:

I would like to run every day for the rest of my life, but I already know that I'll have to start over at some point in the future. But I'm ok with that. :)

To continue running marathons, as a female, and with better finishing times compared to when I was running as a male.

The ultimate goal (fantasy):† Win a marathon as a transwoman, and not have the validity of the win be questioned or challenged by anyone, or delayed, pending further review, or have an * in front of my name...or after my name *.† In a perfect world, right?† Right.

If such a scenario were to actually occur, by me or anyone else, and the win is indeed questioned or challenged, or pending further review,†the best way to cope is to just ride it out with dignity, your head held high, a sense of humor, and move forward with your life.


Some personal facts about me: I tend to do things much, much later than others would,†such as†going to school and having kids, realizing at age 47 that I'm a transgender woman. I began Hormone Replacement Therapy on Dec. 20, 2017. I used to be known as DaleG, but now I go by the name of Addison, but you can call me Addie.† True story.† Some people may be fine with this and others may not, but everyone is entitled to their own feelings. I merely want to live out the rest of my life the way I should have been all along, and that is to be happy.

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 463.75
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Day 206 - 1.1

Night Sleep Time: 0.00Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 0.00Weight: 170.00
From Tom Slick on Thu, Mar 15, 2018 at 22:18:59 from

Oh sunshine iím So glad your sticking with your plan! Hey, April 1 is the sign up day for St. George, are you in or have you got something else in mind. Yes iím still at it just like you. tomorrow I have 31 days till showtime in Boston and then on to SGM. Hope to see you there! Get back to me soon. Iíím running with a new student of white line fever..... Chow Boing !

From Tom Slick on Thu, Mar 15, 2018 at 22:22:41 from

Oh ya, way to keep the streak alive! Itís tough to run any distance day after day, rain, shine or whatever, congrats on ya!

From Addison on Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 22:25:15 from

Thanks coach...I literally have zero plans to run any marathons this year, as much as I'd like to....or any races, for that matter. A full time job and school have been keeping me pretty busy, as well as settling into my new life. My son decided to move in with me a few months ago, which is absolutely fantastic!

I think next year things will settle down and then I'll start rackin' up the miles to prepare for SGM 2019! My goal weight for next year is between 155 and 160 lbs. I can do it, piece of cake. I've lost 50 lbs. over this past year, so 10 to 15 more shouldn't be hard.

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