Our ten year old son absolutely loves football. While our other kids have gravitated toward other sports, this one has always been drawn to football. While he enjoys the physical aspects, he’s also attracted to the mental aspects of the game.
My dad was recently diagnosed with something called Lewy body disease (a.k.a., Lewy body dementia, or dementia with Lewy bodies). It’s sort of like a cross between Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Not a good combination.
Hmmm. It’s been awhile, huh? Well, this afternoon I found something worth writing about, so I thought I’d plunk down on the couch and do just that. That “something” is the “Zombies, Run!” app for iOS.
There once was a time when I was a Coke addict. I couldn’t make it through a day without sucking down copious amounts of the brown stuff. But over time, it began to wear on me, so I kicked the habit. It’s been four months – so far, so good.
It’s mid-August, which means that I’ve been suffering through the heat and humidity down here in the Deep South for far too long. And guess what? We have at least another month of this before things will improve. With that in mind…
Earlier today, while knocking out an 8k rowing session, I saw a bit on CNN talking about people running a marathon inside Yankee stadium to raise money for cancer research. An entire marathon being run in such a small space? Fascinating.
Here’s a bit of Monday morning inspiration for you:
Life’s about picking yourself up after you fall down.