It appears that Thursday is here once again, and that means it's time to share three things, three thoughts, three whateverisonyourminds.
(One of the advantages of not writing for money--or for anything, actually, other than your own amusement--is the ability to
Anyway, back to the three things.
1. The Mathews varsity girls won last night against a very tough opponent, Lancaster. After they lost Monday to Northumberland, I was a little worried about this game. However, after I gave Daughter her highly embarrassing, pregame, good-luck kiss, I knew it was all going to turn out fine. And it did.
2. These are more shots from J&M Marina in Deltaville.
3. I just finished reading the book Born to Run by Christopher McDougall and am seriously contemplating a New Year's resolution that involves signing up for a full marathon. I am also very glad I never spent more than $50 on a pair of running shoes, because the gist of the book is we were born with everything we need for distance running, all we have to do is get out there and do it. Too much support and cushioning throws off our natural stride. I was also highly intrigued by the Tarahumara Indians studied in the book. But that's a topic for another day, outside of a blog that's supposed to be about Mathews.
That's it from me. If you have something--or two things or three things or more things--to share, please do so. If you are still wondering why a grown adult would squish whateverisonyourmind together and then make it plural and then write it down and hit the "publish" button on her blog without batting an eye, join the club. Let's blame it on another long day and the fear of starting the Christmas decorating, which hangs like the sagging branch of a Charlie Brown Christmas tree over my entire existence.