Thursday, June 11, 2009

Aim High

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you will land among the stars.
I hate fucking move it's a pain is the booty. I didn't realize how much stuff I have accumulated over the years. I am throwing away a lot of my past as I go. I have so much stuff I saved from a couple ex-boyfriends time to clear it out. even stuff from my ex-husband. I don't need it. I am moving forward. I will save just a few things. I have the memories in my head so I don't need to read stuff or look at all the pictures. Haven't looked at them in years anyway. I will just save a few that can go in my book when I write it.
My workout today was a 3 mile run and tabata abs. Oh and moving 25-30 lb boxes from my room to my vehicle out of my vehicle and into my new place where I am renting a room.
I will make time to run at least 1, 20 miler over the weekend in between moving. I know I am at least running 12 with Mike Palmer Saturday but I will trick him, and turn it into 15-20 ;-) shh don't tell. He has plenty of time to taper for Western states 100.

Ok today is Goth day at work me and the lead singer Willis and Guitar player Micheal of Insolence are the closing crew. When we work together we go with a theme. Last time it was camo day. So today we will be wearing all black.

Make sure to check out their web-site. They are an awesome band
http://www.powerslaverecords.com/insolence.html

7 comments:

Snakebite said...

Wonderful pics!

olga said...

I love moving exactly for this reason - I love clearing out the clutter. I always think I don't accumulate one, but I guess I am human, and every 2 years, as we move, piles of crap goes out. Feels liberating.

CoyoteGirl said...

Yeah, I hate moving too. But it does make you clean out your stuff!

Goth day at work sounds like fun!

TokyoRacer said...

Hi Diva, been reading your blog for a while. Awesome that you ran 100 milers two weeks in a row. Even though I'm not going to take up ultras, you're an inspiration. I'm reading Born to Run. Very cool that you got a mention in there. That's a great book....

TokyoRacer said...

Hi DD. I have been reading your blog for a while. Awesome that you ran two 100 milers in 8 days. I have no plans to do ultras, but you are an inspiration. I am reading Born to Run. Very cool that you got a mention in there. That's a great book....
Bob in Tokyo

Visionbuilder said...

Oh, to be Andy for about 4 hours!!!

Judi said...

you are lucky you still have all those old things. i left everything i owned in a shitty hotel room in sf, in china town.