Monday, June 27, 2011

Echoing in eternity

I tackled major tasks this week-end:

Continued my ridiculously frustrating (uncooperative weather) deck refinishing project. No, it is STILL not done but the end is in sight.

Took some great photos of the Centennial Trail (here are a couple of them).

Went on a 5 mile neighborhood run which ends with not one but TWO killer hills (which I have named Grendel and Grendel's Mother), that I ATTACKED! By the end of the second hill my face was so wet from sweat and a newly acquired allergy that results in water literally streaming from my eyes, that I didn't notice a dribble of drool coming out one corner of my mouth. I am a picture of loveliness when I exercise. For those of you who are reluctant to exercise because you are worried about what you will look like, fear not. You simply cannot top me.

I'm working to keep in mind the example of Maxiumus. I highly recommend this post by Steve Kamb on NerdFitness. Fantastic article not only about exercise, but about life and not making excuses - working hard every day to take it to the next level. It has given me serious thought about what it means to live a life of excellence. What we do - every choice we make echos in eternity.

Playing with color and technique in the studio. Trying to take my art, my health, my worship, everything I do to the next level.

Thanks for being on the journey with me!

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