The only limits we have are those we impose upon ourselves.
Thank you Word Press for teaching me something new.
Didn’t realize you can post date a post.
This feature allows me to correct and accurately reflect the monthly calendar blog posts counts.
The original posts from June 1-8, 2009 were removed because…
Because they had enough Disney information that two people could read them and have two different opinions about their appropriateness.
One person would say, “These are great and i don’t see any conflict of interest.”
The other person could say, “You’ve crossed a line.”
Many of my posts in the first 100 days were either edited to err on the side of caution, or deleted entirely.
These posts from June 1-8 are being added to correctly reflect the historical monthly calendar counts.
OK, my final answer – this is my final post for May 2009.
Duh, it’s May 31, so of course this is the final post this month.
And moving forward, I’ll be posting periodically, rather than daily.
I’m now just 60 days away from Finland.
Expect some cool, inspiring, and intriguing stuff at Lane 8.
Over ten years ago, I started to get in shape by doing one push-up per day.
The first two years, I also tried to jog, but all I could do was walk.
Now here it is, one week before my 50th birthday, and I’m heading to the Master’s Track & Field World Championships in Finland, in 60 days.
I got to this level of accomplishment by applying what I teach.
Yes, two more days.
Only two more days of five blog posts per day. Whew!
It was a good day though.
Today, we attended our son’s friend’s ninth birthday party. Swimming with the kids, catching up with the parents, and learning some new tech stuff from my friend Chuck – after the pizza and when the children were back at swimming a second time.
The Orlando Magic are back here tonight playing game six against the Cleveland Cavaliers. If the Magic win tonight, they go to the NBA finals. The Magic haven’t done that since 1995.
And tomorrow morning at 8:45AM Mass, my wife and I will lead the Children’s Liturgy of the Word for Kindergarten through 5th grade children.
Life is good. God is great. Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂