Last month I accomplished my goal of exercising daily and closing the move and exercise ring every day for a month. June’s workouts were: 75 Minutes on Elliptical 90 Minutes on Elliptical 75 Minutes on Elliptical 75 Minutes on Elliptical 6.9 Mile Run 75 Minutes on Elliptical 75 Minutes on Elliptical 75 Minutes on Elliptical… Continue reading 2 Ring Month
I’m glad the 41st year of my life has come to an end. It wasn’t my favorite. In December my defibrillator went off for the first time and a later event made that seem all but medically irrelevant. About 2 month ago I was at home laying on my couch and when I got up… Continue reading On to the Next One
The other day I was working from home, so I was sitting on my couch working on my computer with the TV on for background noise. When I work from home I usually watch Chopped, regular or junior, from my DVR because I won’t really watch it. While I was working I realized I needed… Continue reading Life Without an Attention Span
A year ago today, about the time this was published if I remember correctly, I was in surgery getting a defibrillator implanted into my chest. See A Long Week if you want a recap of that experience. Since then the defibrillator has done pretty much nothing, which is a good thing. It’s only supposed to… Continue reading A Year Later
“I don’t think I like me enough to introduce him to other people.”
Last year I wrote something for every single day of the year. Several were quotes and TED Talks, but something was added for every day. Unfortunately the goal of publishing every day wasn’t met because I forgot to hit publish one day. It was the day the Wedzynski photos were supposed to go up, which… Continue reading Every Single Day
Last week about this time, give or take a couple hours, I was unconscious on a hospital surgery table getting a defibrillator implanted. I got a defibrillator because my heart does funny things. Part of it isn’t as strong as the rest, causing irregularities to the point the doctors think it can stop at any… Continue reading A Long Week
Today is my birthday. It’s also a year and a day after I moved back to Lexington to start Showtime Spirit. A lot has happened in the past year. I’ve been there for a few friends that got married and a few that called it off, engagements and marriages. I’ve moved enough that I realize… Continue reading Happy Brithday to Me
Today marks the one year anniversary of my return to Lexington. It’s been quite a year.
I had a long chat with Kimberly Archie of the National Cheer Safety Foundation yesterday. For those of you that don’t know her story, I suggest Googling it, but in short she is a mom that is on a crusade to combat cheerleading injuries. She understands participating in anything athletic is going to lead, or… Continue reading A Chat with Kimberly
I’m going start spending less time in front of a computer, replacing it with time using a pen and a notepad. I think different when I use a pen instead of my keyboard. Hopefully a little time with each will get me closer to my destination. Of course this could just be the thoughts of… Continue reading The Power of a Pen
I’ve been a little out of it lately, thinking to much about everything. Only a few weeks until Daytona, which is the last trip I have scheduled.
When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious diatribes about how hard things were when they were growing up; what with walking twenty-five miles to school every morning … uphill BOTH ways. yadda, yadda, yada… And I remember promising myself that when I grew up, there was no… Continue reading Over 30