Alright, I’ll take it from here, Bonner.
In time, much will be revealed about me, I’m sure. First, let’s start with this: I’m a moron. At least when it comes to technology, I’m just not all that adept. Left to my own devices, I would NEVER have become one of the dreaded “bloggers.” Bonner understands me. He KNOWS me. He created this blog and everything appearing in it – except this post. Thanks, Bonner. To demonstrate my gratitude, I’ll re-name you soon. Hehehe.
The second thing that should be revealed at the outset is that I’m truly a pathetic runner. I mean, I’ve been running for over 20 years and I suck. In my next post I’ll tell you a story about my last race. You’ll want to read it. It won’t be all that entertaining, I’m sure. It will demonstrate for you that I’m not exaggerating my lack of ability. I truly suck at running. Unfortunately, I also love it. I’m a pathetic runner. Bonner created a heading for my PR’s. I’m not even sure what that means. If it means what I think it means; and, if I’m able to gather that data (which is doubtful) you, gentle readers, will all be shaking your heads in agreement, “Yeah, this guy DOES suck.”
Here’s the real deal: I love to run and I love to write (something that I can only do only marginally better than running). In my last job I developed a small following of folks who ran with me and who read about my exploits pounding the pavement. This blog is intended to simulate that, to a degree. It won’t be identical because I find myself running alone in my current circumstances. Also, in my new life I find myself a bit more “liberated” to write what I want as opposed to writing that I can get away with. It won’t be my intention to offend anyone, but the real “me” is likely to emerge in a little bolder way.
In my hubris, I’m willing to assume that I might pick up a few followers who know nothing of me or my history. Cool. If you comment on a post, I will reply. Hopefully I can bring you up to speed on all of the oddities that are me.
So, prepare yourself. I ran an 11.5 mile race (10 nautical miles) this past Sunday. When next we meet I’ll regale you with stories from that most excellent adventure. Until then, it is with best wishes that I sign off as “PR”