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M.I.T.M. #33

Thursday, June 21, 2012


Walked a little more than 2 miles yesterday. This prompted me to do some personal 'deep thoughting'. Fall semester begins 8/14. That's just over 7 weeks from today. I've decided to take a cue from the leader of the SparkMen Team, SanDiegoJohn. He's going to run through the summer. 94 days-at least 1 mile a day-every day until summer ends September 22.
I'm already turtle jogging 1.25 miles, but not everyday. Can I jog a mile everyday, even while on vacation, until school starts?? Right now its a daunting thought. But I did some Yahoo searches and was able to undaunt the thought.
And that became my kick in the arse Goal: starting today 6/21, I begin my mile (at the very least) a day turtle jog.
My Good SparkFriend Peter rides his bike, I dug out my old Specialized trail bike and got on..it bucked me off. Sadly, I had to shoot the bike.

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  • BBECKER1955
    Maybe you should have consulted the "Bike Whisperer" before putting that poor thing out of its misery ;-). Great goal, we're pulling for you.
    2157 days ago
    Too bad the bike had to be put down. But a run is a run is a run!
    2157 days ago
    This is SO cool. I am always so inspired by my fellow Spark buddies, so I really enjoy when something I'm doing helps someone else.

    We can do this!
    2158 days ago
    So much for the bike. But keep up the running, great way to spend the summer. Break down the goal and just look it in little daily chunks, you'll get there.
    2159 days ago
    I always enjoy your M.I.T.M blogs, Steve. Good on ya for setting a daily running goal. Your body and mind will thank you daily : )
    2160 days ago
    Awwww you killed your bike. too bad my friend . They make great pets. Way to go with the running. You can do it.
    2160 days ago
    Thanks for sharing
    2160 days ago
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