Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
awesome kosher dinner t bone! football sounds great for your boy.
bikes fine. there was some marks on the down tube from the woman's tire, but it all came out with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. But the rear derailleur hanger's bent a bit. I want to buy the Park Tool Derailleur Alignment Gauge, I guess its time to finally buy it.
this is the bike 5min before I got t-boned.
My shoulder, right elbow, and neck are a little sore, but no biggie.
It felt a little karma-ish because I got the free cookie then 30min later got into a bike accident.
dried chilis, fresh kumquats and nat shermans.
also its weird like, since i stopped drinking, reading Piob's lunch description just sounds... thoroughly unappealing. Not sure why. And it wasn't too long ago where I'd be all over that shit.
Anyway, truth be told I had one beer on Saturday it was too much and I will have a glass of champagne tomorrow while celebrating my birthday.
Thanks mang. We've been resisting football because of aggression/anger issues but he's going into a team that has good parents and a decent history, plus kids who seem to have already accepted him as one of them. Funny enough, on the jog to the school he was getting side stitches over and over again, but once we were at the stadium and running routes, stairs, and sprints...I never heard another peep. I thought I was pretty well-trained but this morning I'm creaky while he has not complained at all.
are you going to teach him running endurance?
oh, of course. Endurance is - in my opinion - the first building block in any conditioning program. His coaches already warned us that conditioning is their first priority for a number of reasons. With D, though, the bigger hurdle is that he gets bored easily.
Finger Lakes are great. Skaneateles and Ithaca are fun places to visit.
I was afraid that part about mentioning spending an extended period of time with friends would bum you out. Sorry, dood.
t, try bribery. I bet my son big bucks he couldn't beat me at a 5 K race, and made him run several before I let him beat me. I got hom to run pretty regularly for 2 years already on the strength of that one bet, and now he's willing to run a 5K race with no additional incentives.
You're getting older like the rest of us...
My sciatic nerve has always been playing up since my mid-thirties..
best of luck mang!
also on the bright side, mrs stitch seems to be doing much better/is in a far cheerier mood this morning than i expected, despite the weekends shit storm.
it's amazing what taking the kids for a few hours will get you.
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