Apparently, I picked an imperfect time to come to New York on business.
I’m here till Saturday night.
Today qualifies as “cold.”
Tomorrow will be “damned cold.”
Saturday will be “F***, it’s cold!”
Please note: none of these temperatures factor in wind chill.
Inspired by this huge cup, I am now officially hunting down Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup coffee.
Yeah, it will probably be gross, but I’m willing to risk it.
Virtually working from the second floor of 111 West Main Street in La Grange, Kentucky today. It’s 25F, windy, and very light snow.
The sounds of the traffic are comforting, and CSX manages to send a train right down the middle of Main Street every hour or so.
It’s a small town, but only an adrenalin junkie would dare call this place “boring.”
I’m taking the advantage of the New Year’s break to completely rethink my workflow. One look at this desk should suggest why.
Virtually working from the Amtrak station at La Plata, Missouri this morning.
Sending love and prayers to the Amtrak passengers and crew affected by the derailment in Washington state, and to their families.
UPDATE: If I had a nickel for every UPS piggyback I saw go by on a train today, I could take a week’s vacation in New York. Clearly, ’tis the season for UPS shareholders.
Last month I talked about the President’s Challenge and the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA) as being important incentives to changing my thinking and my lifestyle, to getting me off my ass, off of fast food, and onto a much better life.
After earning the PALA four times, I decided to take on a much tougher challenge, the Presidential Champions Award. I managed to make it to the Bronze Award last year, and was starting work on Silver when the program was terminated on August 10.
I’m incredibly proud of this award, which is the highest recognition that I have received for any physical activity since I was in High School. It took me the better part of a year to complete the requirements, and by the time I had completed it, fitness had become a part of my life, rather than something that intimidated me.