Via, The Curious Brain
Musing and observations on LIFE
Unless you’re a runner* – in which case, they are completely related…
…though a mashup is probably appropriate:
Have a great weekend!
*or cyclist, duathlete, triathlete, etc.
Celebrating twenty-seven years of marriage today…WOW!
I DO NOT deserve such a wonderful wife and consider myself totally and completely blessed.
Love you K!
Hmmmm, how to display my 2013 training stats in an epic way….a mega INFOGRAPHIC!
This pup has taken numerous lunchtimes, a few evenings, an extended layover at DFW, and a few more evenings in hotel rooms this week. It was great remembering and reliving some of last year as I gathered the data and worked on this project.
My numbers may pale in comparison to some, but they are mine…and that is what we all should focus on: our numbers, not other people’s.
These were hard earned, yet fun. Mostly enjoyable, with a dash of difficult, and a hint of pain. For certain, 2013 was a great second full year of running, with a decent intro to cycling. Here’s to celebrating 2013 and anticipating what lies ahead in 2014.
I may not remember everything from college, but one thing that always comes to mind when I fly are “oxbow lakes” – from a geology course I took.
Funny the things we remember…
Oh, and I also spotted this hidden Mickey too (ok, maybe it’s just the hat):
Well, my two-week vacation ends today…boohoo.
So, I decided to cap it with a trail run this morning, doing what I call the “griffin” course up in Alum Rock Park – dubbed that since I think it resembles a griffin. [STRAVA] (Not to be confused with the “sea monster” course.) You’ll notice a weird line on the griffin’s wing. I forgot to restart the watch after I stopped to take a picture of some deer…which cost me at least a mile on my tracking…and messed up my “griffin” picture!
Since this was my final run for the vacation, I took it slow and enjoyed the run and the sights:
All in all, it was a nice break from work. I rested a bit, did some work at the house (though not as much as I’d hoped too), and ate out a lot. As far as training for the two weeks:
If you are also just going back to work, school, or just a “non-vaca” mode tomorrow…take’r slow and ease back into the busy life!