Last year at this time, I realized that a) I had forgotten to sign up for the local Race for the Cure, and b) I couldn't even do it at the last-minute since I had made other commitments. Not a major tragedy, but I felt bad since I try to participate every year, and it just didn't hit my radar at all.
Not the world's biggest tragedy, just something that slipped through the cracks of my brain. But at that time, I also decided that rather than walk the 5k as I usually do, I was gonna try to be ready to run it. However, later that month, I started having to wear a foot brace, which was originally supposed to be on my foot for six weeks, and ended up being on for five months (and didn't actually help, after all that). So no chance to even try to start a running program. Then I tried to make it a goal for the new year, but my months of ick in January and February not only kept me out of the gym and from any kind of exercise, but made it hard to breathe and walk at the same time. Things are a bit better now, thank God.
I did remember to sign up to walk the race this year (albeit last-minute), so that's a good thing. And I'm gonna say again that next year, I want to try running. I have no plans to become A Runner, or run marathons, but I would like to have some variety in my activity, and build up my endurance levels.
In the meantime, I'll do my best this coming Sunday. :-)