He was born by performing the Cesarean section to avoid breech delivery. Although the scheduled date of the Cesarean section was July 7th, it changed to July 6th, because the pains of child birth came.
My son and wife have been in good health. I think it is very happy for my family.
My wife and I spend a lot of time to care my son. It is not easy but we are enjoying it very much! It is difficult to make a time for running now, but I will be back later!
My name is excimer. I am a author of this homepage.
I was born in Hiroshima in October 1970. Currently, I am 37 years old and live in Yamaguchi.
Yamaguchi is located at the west end of the main island and north of Kyushu island of Japan. Yamaguchi is very near to Korea peninsula. It takes only 1 night by ferry to Pusan port, Korea from Shimonoseki port Yamaguchi, Japan. But I have never been to Pusan, yet.
I started this home page to run the full marathon. Running the full marathon was a goal for me, since I was about 25 or 26 years old. I have already achieved the goal. I think that it was achieved by many runners, they gave me many of advises and encouragements through “slow runner”.
I am not satisfied to my first full-marathon record. Although I have no exact target time right now, I wish if I could run faster and longer.
Cherry blossoms are now full blooming in Yamaguchi. I enjoyed running under full of the cherry blossoms, last weekend. It was very beautiful.
Welcome to of my blog "Slow Runner". Thank you very much for your visit.
Although I have written this blog in Japanese for about three years, I would like to try to write also in English. But it is not every time, because I am not good at English.
The reason of why I decided to write in also English is that English expands our world. I had opportunity to meet many good runners through my blog. They give me many good influence for my running, as well as for my life. You can read my blog not only in Japan but also other countries. Of course your blogs are the same. So, if I wrote my blog in English, I can meet many runners who live in other countries through the blog. It sounds very nice!