Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dr. David

In December, I went running on a cold morning when the pavement was wet. Running on an unfamiliar route, I missed a curb, slipped on the pavement, and landed square on my right butt cheek, my gluteus maximus, my “gloot.” … Continue reading

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Low Budget

This post is a bit of a mix; it’s a review of some of my low budget gear and practices from this season. My Music: After leaving my long time MP3 player behind on an airplane, I bought a new … Continue reading

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Car Wash

To raise money for my church’s youth group, I participated in my first car wash at Grace Covenant this summer. We attend the first service, so my son and I were some of the first ones there at 8:30. I … Continue reading

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Telephone Pole

I read an article recently about hamstring stretching and strengthening that made a lot of sense. The author explained that your torso is like a telephone pole that is held up by two guy wires: hamstrings at the back and … Continue reading

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Tree of Life

As I as thinking about the fountain of youth, I drifted over to thoughts of the Garden of Eden with its Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. I thought that the roots of … Continue reading

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