Imperative sentence-

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

example: "Try running."

March 21, 2017

First (2.0)

The time has come.

Quick update since I was last on this blog:

3 kids. Went back to school for my Master's. Changed careers. Didn't run much at all. Didn't see/talk to anyone much at all. Topped out at about 197lbs back in December. Invented a new diet plan for fun, called the VF1k. Started running again. Lost approx 20 lbs so far.   Ran 30 miles this past week, for the first time in many years.


The good news:
I don't need to spend all kinds of time updating my PR's on this blog. They are all the same.


The bad news:
A long way to go.


I need some goals for next year, and the year after...big goals.

3 comments:

  1. I see you working. I got all kinds of goals for you...

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  2. Thanks! I'll take any goals you got. As long as you bring the peeled grapes at any/all aid stations. That's non-negotiable.

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  3. That is a high standard...but so worth it. Peeled grapes are worth 20 miles.
    How about PB next year?

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