Monday, October 17, 2005

Yesterday, I ran 20 miles in 2 hours, 55 minutes, and 7 seconds. That works out to 8:45 per mile. Without question, the fastest I have ever run that distance. And I felt great. I think I could have run the sub-4 hour marathon had it been race day. Here’s hoping I can keep the pace up on December 12.
Two weeks ago, Frank, Willis, and I attended the Texas-OU game at the State Fair. We did it right – beers and corny dogs for breakfast, funnel cakes and sausage-on-stick for lunch, post-game ice cream cones. What a splendid afternoon. After sitting through five years of defeat, it was fantastic to watch the Horns go out and demolish the Sooners.

Chan, Willis, Frank, CCJ, and I also took in the butt-whomping of Colorado last week. Victory never gets old. I’m starting to get very excited about the national championship.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

As everyone should do every year or so, I googled myself this morning. Not surprisingly, most hits involved either this blog or my law firm's website.

Interestingly, I noticed I am on a couple of "running blog" lists. I didn't intend this to become a "running blog," although I don't disagree with the characterization.

In any event, I'm going for 18 miles on Sunday. Wish me luck.

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