Pit Stop...  

pipercat2000 57M
225 posts
9/3/2006 1:46 pm

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10/20/2006 12:03 am

Pit Stop...


I just wanted to post a few thoughts. The previous two posts were both unique in my vast three week experience as a blogger. I have been roaming through the vast number of blogs, and I am amazed at all that I have seen. I only hoped that my friends and acquaintances would stop by from time to time. I am both stunned and amazed that others have taken the time to read and comment on my posts. I thank all who view and comment.

The post about the party was the toughest thing I have written so far. Once I got into it, I found how difficult it would be. I had to limit my entries to less than I had hoped. It is very hard to describe a living breathing person. In one paragraph no less. I should write a follow up but not right away. It takes too much energy.

Here is the update on my promise list from “Lists…”:

• Renew membership at the gym done - "
• Update business Web Site - in progress
• Create new Marketing materials - planning
• Keep my first promise ‒ Done… one day late
• Keep my second promise - done
• Update computer systems - in progress
• Start bicycling again ‒ tomorrow Sept 4th
• Change eating habits - started
• Set up “plan B” income - week of Aug 28 and added plan C
• Rebuild #1 clients back office systems - proposal stage
• Get the truck fixed - incrementally when funds permit
• Limit entry into Chat Room - done
• Turn off profile on AF F ‒ done I reversed that after I started getting blog visitors
• Keep writing in my Blog - obviously done

I wrote a sequel to my first fictional piece “Sequences of Attraction”. I have always wanted to write episodically. I thought this one out before I wrote it. I really liked the second to last paragraph. I imagined it visually and added the words later.

I am starting my first bike ride tomorrow. About 4 miles to get started. I am going to hit the gym and work the lower body. To help get the biking up to speed fast. I have a deadline, and my first goal. October 7th, to be back in regular workout shape. A little over 4 weeks. Regular shape is: 4-5 days with weights and 75 miles per week.

Enough said, time to carry on!

Raveheart2005 51M

9/5/2006 11:55 am

Go Bro Go if you have goals you cant fail failure to plan is only if you plan to fail... I beleive in you so does your freinds..keep up the steady pace just be you your light is shining brighter then you ever thought...Rave


pipercat2000 57M

9/8/2006 11:16 am

Fueled up, windows clean and new tires...


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