If we were having coffee, we’d be drinking instant. Hey, it’s that or water. Nothing against water, but this is the #WeekendCoffeeShare, so… So I’ll get a cup of that mentioned water in the microwave, and we can get to talking.
We had a good race in Fayetteville Spartan Super this morning. It was my best time in a Super so far, finishing the 8.3 mile course which held 27 obstacles in 1:49:44. Of course I would have liked to have been faster, but what racer wouldn’t. All in all, it was a good run for me.
Well, I suppose that it has been a while. Bit all the same, if we were having coffee, I’d tell you to drag up a chair, maybe order up a coffee or tea or whatever kind of concoction you would like since we would be hanging out in the Barnes & Noble Cafe. The fine folks here can hook you right up!
What a weekend! If we were having coffee, we would have lots to talk about. So grab a cup out of that fresh brewed pot on the counter and sit back. I’ll turn on a bit of music. Anything you feel like lstening to tonight?
There we are. So, the weekend went well. We made our first trip to Daytona Beach and even though we didn’t spend much time on the beach itself, it was cool. What we did do was wake up early Saturday, drive to Bunnell, and race the Spartan Super there. It was our first race in Florida and it went really well, with both my daughter and I finishing the course of about nine miles and 27 or so obstacles in 2 hours, 2 minutes, and some seconds. She edged me out by about 20 seconds at the end of the day with a great running effort on her part. I thought that it was really cool that we finished so close in time, considering we started about an hour apart. I am so proud of her and the hard work she has put in to get to where she is now and the potential she still has for her future in the sport.Continue reading →
If we were having coffee, I’d apologize for my absence of late. The bad thing is that I don’t even have a reason for it. Or even an explanation. Saying that night after night, week after week passed with opportunities to plop my but down and write, but I decided not to doesn’t seem like a reason or an explanation. I’ll say that I was in a funk and leave it at that.
Anyhoo, it’s great to be here, sipping on what I’m calling a cappuccino. The fact that it’s not a real cappuccino is almost irrelevant, as the milk is frothy, the coffee is strong, and there’s even a sprinkle of cinnamon on top. Sounds like a real cappuccino doesn’t it? Continue reading →
If we were having coffee, I would apologize for missing last week’s coffee share and commit to starting again fresh. Fresh, like this wonderful 8 O’clock Coffee that we’re sipping hot from the Ninja Coffee brewing thing. It’s a great little machine that occupies the space now vacated by the Keurig that once lived on the counter-top.
Speaking of last week’s coffee share, I should tell you that what happened was completely my fault. The weekend went something like this. It was the first weekend off (first day for that matter), in a few weeks. I was tired and not feeling the best, but I had high hopes for the weekend and all that I would do with it. Saturday morning would consist of a run and then the rest of the day I would get lots of stuff done, including my #weekendcoffeeshare.
If we were having coffee, tonight I would be drinking this Gevalia Cappuccino that I found the other day at the grocery. That’s it in the pic above. Yeah, I know that it’s not a real cappuccino, but that’s okay. It’s really good and simple too. Just pour some powder in the bottom of the cup, and let the Keurig do the rest. Amazing! You should give one a try, but if that’s not your thing, I’m sure we can hook you up with something.
So we’ve put yet another week of 2016 behind us, and are looking forward to the future ahead. What’s that future hold? Let’s see.
Work should be getting back to normal. That means that I can start running and training the way I wish I could have over the past month. The Spartan Super is coming fast, and I need to be ready for it.
I’ll keep writing everyday. So far, I’m up to somewhere north of 1000 days in a row on The Magic Spreadsheet. That’s at least 250 words a day for over a thousand days. I plan to keep that going.
That’s really all that’s on my list. Oh, one other thing. I signed this site up for the Amazon Affiliate Links program in order to monetize the site. I don’t expect much from it, but it’s a great experiment and that’s one of the fun things about blogging. The fun of experimenting. So let’s see where it goes. I promise that I won’t club you over the head with ads, and if things get annoying, they’ll stop.
With that said, I’ll let you go. We’re going to watch “Fear The Walking Dead” and then head off to sleep. Hope you guys have a great week! Thanks for stopping by. God bless!