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Countdown To The Big RaceErie MarathonSeptember 8th, 20194 months to go.
This week sums up to be a confusing time for me . The volatile weather of the spring (i.e. it’s warm and cold) gets me lost coming and going. On top of that, the haze surrounding Washington politics and country … Continue reading
Last year Gene Dykes ran a sub-3 marathon (2 hours 54 minutes and 23 second to be exact). He was 70 years old and broke the age group (70 – 74) record held by the great Ed Whitlock (2.54:48) when … Continue reading
Stepped outside and the air was refreshingly cool. Refreshing because I did not need my gloves, windbreaker, or other shields to protect me from the weather elements. In fact, my tank top and shorts was the perfect choices for my … Continue reading
Courage is the fortitude to press on in spite of the fear (not in absence of it) – from part 1. Besides what’s seeing in the movies, who would not want to be courageous? But the courage-fear dilemma has us … Continue reading
The French phrase “laissez les bon temps rouler” (pronounced “Lay-say le bon tom roo-lay”) describes New Orleans like nothing else can. It means, “let the good times roll.” The passions for food and fun are so contagious and admirable, New Orleans … Continue reading
Plenty of food for thoughts in this FranklinCovey video. What will your masterpiece be?