My son went with me for a 2-mile jog yesterday. He kept up and I was joking that in no time he'll be out in front of me telling me to pick up the pace. He promptly ran a few strides ahead, turned and said "Come on Dad, pick up the pace!". We both got a good laugh out of it.
Between that and his game against the coaches/parents yesterday, he was complaining of wobbly legs this morning. He was gassed.
Unfortunately, my multiple concussions means I am basically incapable of running long distances. I get terribly bad headaches after half a mile or so.
Fun at the RIT game on Friday
Got my couch and daughter's dresser into the apartment
Got drapes up on my daughter's bay window and the front door
Replaced some pulls on the cabinets in the kitchen
Got to hang with my dad & step mom yesterday
Drama over my wanting to coach my younger son's soccer team this summer because it conflicts with karate for the boys and their mother
Frustration over a couple of requests for more money, including that I help pay her lawyer
Never take advice more seriously than the above advice.
I've kept her happy, but she's with this guy, so it's easy.
Originally Posted by Penalty Killa
Except the grammar. Take the grammar more seriously.
I'm the son of an English teacher. While I'm not an expert, I do instinctively grimace multiple times a day. She writes and speaks well, so I think it'll work out.
Originally Posted by Chainshot
26 aunts/uncles? Oh man, you're looking at what, 200-ish relatives then with spouses/kids/grandkids? That doesn't even get into friends. I wonder if you could do a picnic and have Chiavetta's do chicken.
I'm on the younger end of the spectrum, so I have cousins with kids* close to my age, too. The gal and I are not church-folk, so we'll probably just run away with a couple witnesses and then try to arrange some kind simple event for the masses. My two families mesh well and are just jolly, pleasant people who appreciate singing, laughing and good company more than critiquing centerpieces, silverware and bridesmaid dress colors. It'll turn out well.
Originally Posted by ThatCrazyRangerFan
I think actually it was you I met/saw when that development camp game was happening at FNC. I had the black AGH jersey with a bogus name on it
Ah, do I remember seeing the back of the jersey walk down the hall, but I apologize for not remembering introductions. Next time!
*showing off my ancestry expertise: first cousins, once removed
I am going to be starting an at home work out routine sometime later this week. My schedule is odd though. I work 2-3 opens (~7-5), 2 closes (2-11) and if I only work 2 opens my fifth day is a mid (~11-8). So I won't really have the ability to work out at the same time every day even though that would be my preference.
My question is will this affect my work our results if my time of working out is varied daily or do I need to bite the bullet and wake up early (~5:30) daily to be able to work out at the same time daily to get better results?
I'm not totally against getting up early minus the mornings after I close. Especially since after working all night it isn't exactly easy to get to sleep right away after getting home.
Regarding the thread title -- I'm glad we're back to normal temps. We had an extended early thaw last year and the damage to the tree blossoms we are still paying for -- local fruit prices are still very high as apple, pear, and cherry crops all took a hit when their buds froze off.
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. - Aristotle