Maybe It's Impossible

Biggest physical wellness April Fool ever?

Map My Run #RunDisney
Running through Disney University’s lobby for water never gets old.


Map My Run #RunDisney
This was mile# 5 of a 10-miler yesterday.


The foolish part of dreaming big is allowing the magnitude of impossibility to frighten us and justify our rational excuses to quit.

There should be no quitting a good and noble physical wellness goal. Quitting is the joke. And it’s not funny. At all.

One day our dream seems crushed, the next it feels like victory.

But only if we do not quit.

No foot pain during (or after) yesterday’s 10-miler to Magic Kingdom.

This is huge because defeat and frustration were really strong this time.

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April Fools #2

Loose Jeep tire rolling down highway
This was from yesterday’s April Fool’s Day run – a Jeep tire rolling by


Three wheeled Jeep
He is so lucky his Jeep did not roll or injure others


April Fools.

Yesterday’s ‘giving up running’ announcement was an April Fool’s joke.

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PS. Couldn’t get the camera ready quickly enough. Saw it coming from 400 meters away and it rolled past for another 400.

Buzz Worthy?

Giving up on running because it’s just too difficult

AAA tow truck about to tow 1990 Toyota Camry
Never ran 26.2 miles… don’t like driving 26 either.


Not everyone loves to run. Some do.


Giving up on running because it’s just too difficult.

Too much time.

Too many long term injuries.

Too challenging with all the travel and long hours.

Too many other things we could be doing with our time instead of running.

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Need Help Not Giving Up?

When’s The Best Time To Be An April Fool?

Is that the world's largest dunce cap?

April Fool’s Day is an American tradition, a time to play practical jokes and have a great laugh at someone else’s gullibility. Laughter is the best medicine they say. I still chuckle at how I started running one mailbox a day back in 2000. Yep, it was April 1st. Now, 13 years later, it’s one of the best foolish things I’ve done.

Insight: A foolish beginning can lead to serious results.

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How Much Is Enough?

Just A Fool To Believe

Find Your Reason To Change
Find Your Reason To Change

Really, it’s simply too difficult to change.

Sure, I want to be healthy for the rest of my life.

Who doesn’t?

But my gosh, there is so much stuff clamoring for my attention, my time.

Ever feel like this?

Maybe we’re all a bunch of fools to believe we can change.