Saturday, August 6, 2011

That Magic Number

I've been less and less watchful of the number of followers I have over the past few months, but I must admit that being so close to 100 is somewhat of a virtual tease.

On top of that, I've noticed a contagious set of "Q & A" posts have been going around recently and while I usually don't like to do those types of things (mainly because they remind me of the emails you'd get that have been forwarded at least a dozen times and tells you you have to forward it to ten friends or you're cursed for the next 10 years of your life), I thought I'd make a little special exception. 

So here we go..

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I will take questions - about myself, my past, my supposed future, my friends, my dreams, my security blanket, and whatever else you can dish out - up until I get my 100th follower.  Every question will be logged, answered, and stored.  Once I hit the magic number, I will post everything.  So go ahead and ask away.  Or take your time and conceive of some really cryptic and deep, probing quandaries and get back to me (it's possible this could all take some time). 


Stay fit.  Stay healthy.  Stay safe. 

8 comments:

ajh said...

Of the three disciplines in a tri what are you best at? What do you like the most?

If you could win a medal in the Olympics what would you want it to be in?

Richelle said...

What is your dream race?

Miguel Vieira said...

Best and worst moment at a race.

Just a runner said...

What is your athletic goal(s) for 2011?

enthusiasticrunner.com said...

What is your day time job?

gina said...

Funniest childhood moment?

Austin said...

Best thing to do when crossing a finish line?

Anonymous said...

Do you think your injuries are the result of under-training and then pushing too hard at various events? I understand that life comes with loads of other commitments - family, work, school, entertainment - that can take away from training time. But, if your mileage #s are accurate, then I think you are under-training by a wide margin. I often tell my kids that it's not important how fast they get their homework done, what's important is that they do it well.