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Why I’ve been MIA on RNNR
I realize that I haven’t posted since June 26th and I can explain. My heartbeat converted from sinus rhythm to atrial fibrillation (AFib) on that day and hasn’t popped back into sinus rhythm on its own (which is can and often does) which means that I am benched until I can get my healthy heartbeat back.
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Health Begot Health; Trust Begot Trust; Faith Begot Faith
There is a slogan I remembered this morning which brought everything together for me: fake it ‘til you make it.
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Health care in the USA
There is no way that a 1st world country like the USA should, in such a time of prosperity and economic success, not be willing to assure that all her people are healthy, happy, and wise.
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Running Again
I spent my entire evening getting caught up on work at the office and then pulled myself off the workstation and sulked home. I was tired and felt worn out; although I was not fatigued. Before anything else, I pulled on my orange Saucony Jazz runners and some togs, stretched slowly, and then hit the pavement.
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Digging on being the jock
After a long road of playing pool, staying out late, and eating crap, I have returned to my inner jock.
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Fake it ‘Til You Make It
There is a slogan I remembered this morning which brought everything together for me: fake it ‘til you make it. A couple years ago I suffered from obesity, high blood pressure, weak knees, and bad habits. I decided to take this pithy slogan and pretended to be a healthy and see what would happen.
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Added "take the stairs" to my resolutions
The worst workout when I was a college rower at GWU was running the Exorcist Steps in Georgetown off of Water Street. We flowed up and down, first thing in the morning, as a team, with folks powering up and streaming back down. It was a terrestrial vomit comet, worse than suicides, burpees, and wind sprints combined.
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