No run, or gym workout today. Rest! It’s nearly 8:00PM, and I’m about to stretch for 20 minutes.
It almost feels like tomorrow is the first day of the new school year. Remember when you were an adolescent? New clothes. New grade. New friends. New dreams.
Tomorrow. New foot? Hope so. Carpe PM, jeff noel
If you don’t celebrate Easter, may I please wish you Joy in whatever makes you happy. Diversity is what makes the world so special. Thank you for respecting my beliefs as much as I respect yours.
Today is a day of rest, from training, and hopefully, from working.
Carpe diem. Dream big, get there and most importantly of all, stay there. That’s the ticket. Staying at your goal. jeff 🙂
What are you satisfied with? A 96% would be an “A” on most tests. Not satisfied with an “A”. The overachiever in me wants an “A+”.
Early this morning, I got an “A”, with a “96”. I’ll take it and feel very good about it. And feel very, very thankful, too.
Felt great. Opened it up a bit on the second and fourth mile. Heel held up nicely.
This leaves me cautiously optimistic. So, I’ll celebrate with two full days of rest. I’m due for this any way.
Have a GREAT weekend. My favorite day of the whole year is tomorrow – Easter Sunday.
Carpe diem! Chase your goals and never, ever, give up. jeff 🙂
In a few minutes, around 7:15AM, I’ll be heading out for another five-miler.
Moment of truth?
I hope so.
And I hope that whatever happens, I’ll be strong enough to surrender, should I be disappointed. Or to be strong enough to embrace the enormous responsibility to keep moving forward. This is an impossible-goal journey, which is more than ten years in the making.
From the memory of elementary school reading assignments, “Run, jeff, run. See jeff run“.
Carpe diem, jeff 🙂
Of the many blessings we have, being alive is at the top of my list.
You mean being alive isn’t at the top of your list?
No, not at the very top. It’s second, I think.
At the very top is the fact that Jesus died to save the world. Whether you believe this or not, doesn’t change the fact that I believe it.
And, the fact that I believe it, doesn’t mean if you believe otherwise, that I think you are wrong. Who the heck am I to judge someone else? No one.
Being in a world where diversity of thought and belief, is valued and respected, is also at the top of my list.
Told you all of that to tell you this. Today’s run was a blessing. Literally pain free. I believe God may want me to keep going on this impossible journey to make it to the finals at August’s World Championships.
Count your blessings. Never give up. Respect others. Love your neighbor. Do something great. Inspire others by the courage of your own example. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂