Golf Courses Are Wasted On Golfers

Disclaimer: The following contains what might appear to be disparaging and/or disrespectful observations regarding that peculiar breed of humanity known collectively as “golfers.” In truth, no disrespect is intended; some of my best friends and many of my beloved relatives (two of whom are PGA Tour winners) are golfers. Nevertheless, even they will admit that… Continue reading Golf Courses Are Wasted On Golfers

Chair Peanuts & Running Shoes: The Embodiment of Inevitability

in·ev·i·ta·bil·i·ty/iˌnevədəˈbilədē/noun: inevitability; plural noun: inevitabilities the quality of being certain to happen“there was an air of inevitability about the outcome” You know how when you’re sitting in your recliner watching Netflix and eating roasted, lightly salted mixed nuts, and you drop one and it lodges between the cushion and the arm of the chair, and you know… Continue reading Chair Peanuts & Running Shoes: The Embodiment of Inevitability

Relive your run, you masochist

I’m a bit of a data junkie, and nowhere is this more evident than in the spreadsheets I’ve kept for decades detailing my workouts. I do this not because I have an accounting degree, nor because I’m OCD (although one of those things is definitely true and the other is probably true). I keep records… Continue reading Relive your run, you masochist

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Now, Where Were We…?

Six days. One post. <sneer> And you call yourself a blogger. Sheesh. Well, that six day period does represent the longest I’ve gone without posting since this humble blog was birthed. I’d like to say that I missed it, but I didn’t, really. I’ve been distracted by other things, very few of them more fun… Continue reading Now, Where Were We…?