Averaging a post every six weeks or so isn’t exactly burning up the blogosphere. One thing I have realized, though, is that I’m pretty damn good at maintaining what I consider to to be my top priorities in life as — well, top priorities. And while I dearly love writing, I have to say that I love living, actually doing, just that much more. Add to to this fact that 1) its summertime, and getting me to sit still in front of a computer when there are so many other options available is, at best, tough and, 2) Michelle and I are actively trying to get our house sold. Downsizing, as it were. The kids have left, but every time I turn around there’s another dog in the house. Sheesh, at this rate, I’ll never get into a smaller dwelling. Quick, anyone want to buy a house in beautiful Greenville, NC? That’s G-Vegas, to those in-the-know!
One thing that might help: if anyone has any ideas on what they’d like to see commented on, just let me know. I’ve been doing this work/workout/diet/family/etc. juggle for a long, long time and there are some habitual things that I do that are, of course, very important — but that I really don’t even think about until somebody asks me.
Today’s workout went like this:
Rode the Bianchi fixie up to the ECU track/soccer field where I proceeded to crank-out ten 100-yard sprints (barefooted, on the soccer field) at about 80% max effort. I followed that up with a ride over to the G-Vegas Gold’s to knock-out a 5-minute LDI (Long Duration Isometric) in an exaggerated-stretch, push-up position. It was a nice, quick workout that primed me for the rest of the day.