I liked that movie...but a line or two in there reminded me that blogging is rather egocentric, unless you have a purpose, and that if you get hooked on blogging, its probably not a good thing. Although, too much of anything is bad.
Everything in moderation! (except for butter. and bacon. and cheese.)
I remember once a boy told me, or told my friend, I was "spiraling toward mediocrity". It was his waying of saying he no longer thought well of me. I haven't thought of him or that comment in years, but I think when I do something that the "masses" do, I feel like that. That I am, "spiraling towards mediocrity" and soon will become one of the mindless lemmings roaming the street.
No! I won't have it! (Quick! Turn on a re-run of Andy Griffith! Anything not mainstream!)
We have finished our first, albeit smaller, tin of Christmas cookies. Its 10 days before Christmas, and I feel like I have already gained a pound or two, despite the running Monday/Wednesday/Friday. On Friday I did an 11 minute mile and almost puked...did I really run a 10 minute mile back in February? Oh how it seems so long ago. I just want to get to my goal of a 5K in 30 minutes, but I know that isn't going to happen unless I sign up for a race...because, why run a 5K anyways? Boring.
Nathan says "ut oh Dada" - which means, "my tv show is over. please turn on another one."