Sunday, February 1, 2009

Super Sunday

What a beautiful weekend for weather! Yesterday was a great day for a run. I wanted to get in a l-o-n-g one and I did! 20.78 It felt great.

I ran 5.25 early, then about 10.25 with the group (mostly with Trevor, actually) and then the rest by myself. Spotted on the last segment: Marilee in her car, someone honked in a silver Astro van, Pete Schommer in his car, Dave VanDerHeyden in his car, Judge Kevin Lund on the run (and farther from home that I've seen him before!). Later on, in a parking ramp downtown, Jim Postier who said he landed on my blog when googling Randy McKeeman for a coloring book update for Mayo Clinic. (Jim is a medical illustrator.)

Yesterday, Dean Ferber donated a one-hour flight for the Trifecta drawing. Whoo hoo!

Want a crockpot recipe-a-day? Click here. Brought to you by and the Pioneer Press. Akin to the cooke-a-day recipes during the holidays.

Register early for the Fetzer 20K or 2-mile and get your name on the shirt. Names will be the background on the front of the shirt as pictured in the sidebar. Don't know the deadline yet, but the earlier the better!

From Tom Williamson: Feldenkrais Workshop Saturday, February 28 9:00AM — 1:00PM
Rochester—Blue Moon Yoga Studio $45 in advance $50 at door TO REGISTER: Contact Lisa Walker 651-258-4762 For more information about Feldenkrais, please visit our website for Integrated Wellness Center.

From Mike Schmitt: Discount on Denver Marathon Denver Marathon entries through 2/1 (today). Enter discount code RUN09 through 2/1 to receive $15 off marathon, half-marathon or 4-person ING Marathon Relay.

Yesterday was the LUABC cookie baking extravaganza at Laura's house. We started at 2 and finished at 7 PM. LOTS of cookies were baked and frosted. Todd's Cosmopolitan martinis were very good. Fun was had by all.

Chris Kujath assembled silent auction baskets

Thought for the day: People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.

Well, I'm going to get outside for bit while the weather is still nice. Have a good one!

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