Imperative sentence-

Imperative Sentence: A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request. From the Latin, "command."

example: "Try running."

January 02, 2011

Great Start

I hurt my back doing something. Not sure what. That's not the way I planned on starting the new year. I woke up late last week and couldn't roll over. If you can't roll over, you can't run very well at all. Its been a couple days, but I don't anticipate running until tuesday or wednesday.

Guess those goals will have to wait a couple more minutes.

Did I mention that my wife got some vibram 5 fingers for Christmas?

Did I mention that I tried on a pair of those last week, at an REI, and that they are kinda neat?

Did I mention that after not blogging for 5 months, posting twice within one week is a pretty big deal? How many people do you think are starting new blogs and/or trying to start posting again after a long layoff? I bet a few million.

Thinking up something good to type is harder than getting out for a run most days, even with a hurt back.


  1. It's Tuesday already. Get running.


  2. So, did you ever try running after that? And if after trying to run, will you keep running? --a concerned and curious runner

    p.s. any ultras on the agenda?