Cycling uses your core. A lot. I know this because my core was sore to begin with, and I felt it being engaged at different time during our ride this morning. I see core work in my future. Lots of core work.
There’s no pleasing some people. There I was on my bike, in the center turn lane, going to make my left hand turn, when some ass yells from his pick-up, “Get off the road!” There is no car in the turn lane, nor are we impeding any car in any other lane. How else am I supposed to turn left?
It is much more fun to cook with fresh ingredients. For the first time in quite a while, I’ve actually gotten a kick out of making some things to eat. I can’t wait ’til we get into the eastside house and I can actually have a big ol’ garden–I am planning to convert most of the front yard into edible plants and producing trees.
The house always feels more organized when all the laundry is done. Not quite there yet, but I’m working on it.
It would be nice if Stephen F. Austin University had an outing to the nearby Davy Crockett National Forest but I sincerely doubt that will happen. Maybe I can hijack the kids on the way back for a quick stop…I better be driving if that’s going to happen. If girl child is driving, she will whiz right past with a “Nope! No time!” This is what she does when I suggest stopping at historical markers (I am the only one in the family who likes to stop and read the historical markers. If you’d like to see some Olympic-caliber eye-rolling, ask my kids sometime about Goliad….)
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I'm a writer, editor, runner, and adventurer who is always looking for the next new story, exciting adventure, and good meal/book/movie. My focus is on helping people find their best, healthiest self through sharing what I know and how I've come to learn it. In addition to my blog "Enjoying the Journey: Observations on the Fit Life" at www.leahruns100.com, my articles have appeared in a variety of print and online magazines. You can hear me as part of the 2015 Austin cast of Listen To Your Mother.
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