Dad’s running days are over, as are his cycling days. In fact, even his walking days are over. His walker days, however, have arrived, though he still refuses to use the big blue walker. During his jogging career, Dad ran 13 marathons. His training regimen included running seven miles a day during his lunch break, and 20 miles on Saturdays. He and other Johnson & Johnson attorneys and executives enjoying running together in Johnson Park along the Raritan River. After changing into his running shorts one day, he bolted from the locker room to join the jogging group. One attorney in the group, a woman, commented to him, “Nice shorts, Nelson.” He looked down to find himself wearing only his tight red underwear. In his hurry, he had neglected to slip on his running shorts. Darting back to the locker room, he soon returned more appropriately dressed. The group set off, and no one said another word about it. To Dad’s credit, he did not mind telling us children the story, many years later, including both horror and the humor of the episode.