Yeah, it’s April Fool’s Day on the calendar, but it’s New Year’s Day as I write this post. Click here for details. (hint: I’m conducting a blogging, and life, experiment).
Last night (New Year’s Eve 2011), we attended Cheryl’s cousin’s daughter’s 16U soccer game at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex. They drove down from Jacksonville earlier and are staying a few days with us during the tournament.
I can’t help but wonder how far those young women have come in 90 days, now that it’s April Fool’s Day 2012.
And couldn’t help but wonder how far any of us have come since New Year’s Day.
As they hiked through Zion National Park, jeff noel and his son spotted four insignificant and small stones, carefully stacked by someone desiring to leave a message for others to contemplate and enjoy. At the time, October, Christmas was not on noel’s mind. Today, totally. Merry Christmas from everyone at Lane 8.
In analyzing why some people stay the long course with personal wellness and life balance, there’s an overlooked fitness tip: Finding significance in your journey. Remember why you began it, what you dreamt. Learn from your setbacks. Cherish your milestones.
Then begin to create your story (fill it with details), so you can tell others – to inspire them. Inspiring others is also an overlooked tip I’ll explore tomorrow.
The Windermere Run Among The Lakes 5k was the very 1st 5k I ever ran.
Guido Muller, Jack (Bear), jeff noel…minutes after Guido set a new Masters Track World Record in 2009…
Last week, Michael Sullivan of Gilbert, Arizona set an Indoor American and World Record in the M50-54 400m in 52.44 at the Masters Indoor Track & Field Indoor National Championships, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Had I been there, no doubt, I would have captured Michael’s world record, the same way jeff noel captured this one in 2009.