-I think that I’m over NYC because there is way too much BS going on in this city. We have folks pushing folks in front of subway cars; letting out gunfire in emergency rooms; purchasing and using narcotics in plain view. I get that the pandemic has reduced a lot of the city resources especially those providing mental health services, but Jesus freakin’ Christ. Because of my fear of getting thrown in front of a subway car, the city has me waiting on subway platforms like this.
-I need to some restaurant and bar recommendations for my upcoming trip to New Orleans. Don’t say Cafe du Monde because I’m still beefing with them. However, I do not remember the reason why I have been “beefing” with them since 2001. 😉
-Because of my so-so time in last weekend’s half marathon, something has energized me to start performing better in my half (and hopefully full) marathons. Maybe I still have the endorphin high from this morning’s run. There’s probably not much I can do for New Orleans half marathon, but there is some potential for the 2022 Love Run Philadelphia Half Marathon in late March.
-I need some half marathon ideas for May-August.
-One of these days, I’ll break 150 points in bowling. The hubby came very close to breaking his goal of 100 points. Since I nailed a turkey (three strikes in a row) during three frames in the first game, I thought for sure that I was going to crack 150.
-How are folks liking Wordle? I’ve been doing the English and Spanish versions.
-So annoyed. One of our unlimited, bottomless brunch spots (Calle Dao) has changed their deal from 90 minutes to 60 minutes. 😦
-Yes, I hate when people do this especially in Zoom meetings. Just get on with the freakin’ meeting/presentation.
-Interesting stats from last weekend’s Fred Lebow Half Marathon.
It’s interesting (to me at least) that there is not more of an even split between male and female runners outside of the 20-24 and 25-29 age groups.
-I have been trying to get back into listening to running podcasts. I’ve started listening (err relistening) to the Marathon Training Academy podcast and received a great idea about reading while walking on the “dreadmill”
-BTW: While the scientific content of this book is interesting, I’m not too sure if feeling the theme of the book.
Question of the Day
-Based on my currently-reading book: If you could live to the age of 150 (or beyond) without physically aging, would you want to?
-What are some of your random thoughts?
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