Shilling for Big Yoga. 1

I’ve been doing a bit of yoga every day for the last five months and it’s been ridiculous beneficial. Like, most of my (previously daily) neck and shoulder pain is gone and my crummy arches have strengthened up enough that I ran my May 10K in neutral shoes.

Tookie and Squeegee.

Vil(l)as.

Spent a big chunk of today playing with my new heat gun, stripping off paint from the hardwood banister/balusters/etc. as part of a quest to tart up the house a bit in ways I can afford until I amass some cash to do more expensive work. I can’t stay here forever, after all, but I ...

Benefits, doubts.

(Holidailies Day #2.) I’ll get straight into the fact-posting today, and save the ramble for afterwards.

Magnetism.

100BM Day 77 I got hit on today. Twice. And aggressively enough that I totally noticed. Why is this remarkable? That is more times than I’ve been hit on obviously by a stranger in, like, three five years. Are men in the U.K. more discerning? More desperate? Doesn’t matter. Neither of them stood a chance.

Nantucket.

#100BM Day 62 There once was a fat cat named Hamish, Whose brother looked rather the same-ish. They both were quite proud And arrogantly loud, Now rhyming dictionaries can’t save thish.

Victories.

100BM Day 57. Mmm, beanz. I took a multi-week from running, as is my (idiotic) way every time I have race looming. First I got a splinter in the bottom of my foot that got a bit infected, then I went on vacation, then I just stopped moving at all (aside from biking to/from work). ...

Powdered dragon claw vs. Buffalio’s Brain Elixir.

#100BM Day 13 Competed in the World Quizzing Championships for the third time today. It was…not easy.

Henry Winkler. 1

My birthday was yesterday. And it was actually pretty great this year, despite my literally not planning anything until Saturday when three separate people asked what I was doing for it. For some people, this would have been a point to cue sad violins and perhaps shout ‘I DON’T KNOW, WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR ...

=/= Westerosi meteorology.

I was finally able to get my bike out on Sunday. I only went as far as a coffeeshop ten minutes away, but it felt so fucking FREEING not to be at the mercy of public transit and/or traffic to get somewhere that I didn’t care. I did my first official 2014 bike commute yesterday ...