We’ve been “racing” our way around the Ring of Kerry, and everyone was in it.Continue reading “Giving the guys a small break”
Usually I am a compendium of birthday knowledge. My NJ family – all of them – were so neatly filed away with no need of social media to remind me. I know them all.Continue reading “My spidey sense is broken”
Well, onward, anyway.
We finished the LEJOG challenge and my medal is in transit to me.Continue reading “Onward and …”
Will laying in bed — not sleeping and also not getting my workout — but just checking off the daily items I can do from bed (scripture, Duolingo, Rosetta Stone)…Continue reading “Letting the morning tick away”
With Cabot Trail completed already, I’m of course looking to start another challenge.Continue reading “One ends, another begins”
I’m still slowly approaching Portland and then the Columbia River Gorge. It’s a long way, and more so “on foot”.Continue reading “Solo Mission NW: Passing myself en route”
In case nearly 18000 miles wasn’t enough distance to try to virtually cover in 3 years (the max timeframe for a solo mission on MyVirtualMission.com), I just tweaked it upwards.Continue reading “Reworking the route”
Sometime in the distant past – more than a decade ago and maybe before that – I started filing my taxes electronically using my parents’ computer.Continue reading “The filing issue”
It’s not ideal, but it’s also not unheard of for me to have less than 10% of my step goal behind me by 1pm.
Ideally I would have a workout in the morning or maybe during lunch, so that I wouldn’t be so far behind by the end of the day. But it doesn’t always happen that way.Continue reading “Slacking”