OK, what happened? I used to be a “I don’t drink coffee” person, but something broke recently, and the addiction’s on. Read on to see how I manage it.
Drove up with my friend Hannah to see the Giants’ Opening Day Game in San Francisco at 3Com…PacBell…AT&T Park. Forecast was heavy rain, thundershowers, and hail. All we noticed were ballpark sausages, garlic fries, and home runs. Go Giants!
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dead of night.. nor any of those, really. Walked 2.5 miles to the “Robertsville” post office to drop off our tax forms. I used the self-service counter to avoid the line only to be stuck … Continue reading
Walked down to the Westfield Shoppingtown Oakridge today. It’s a little over 2 miles each way, and we averaged about 3.3 mph.The outbound heart rate was about 119 bpm and the inbound lap had my average heart rate around 129 … Continue reading
Walked out with Julie today for lunch. It’s a great day outside! The restaurant we ate at is Scrambl’z on Almaden. It took over the building that was a Baker’s Square. While Julie misses the Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup pie, … Continue reading
Breakfast is supposedly the most important meal of the day, but I’ve found it is the least consistent meal. Sometimes it’s a sit down meal, sometimes it’s a piece of fruit, sometimes it doesn’t happen at all. Let’s look at … Continue reading
I haven’t boarded yet and I’ve had a lot of good stuff: Was dropped off at the airport by Julie’s door-to-door sexy shuttle service. Smiled at the TSA official at the first class security line who let me cut. Woke … Continue reading
This week was another exercise in public transport. I went to Boston on Sunday through Thursday for work. Boston’s a fine place to visit. My sister, Susan, graduated from M.I.T. so I had actually been to Boston once before, but … Continue reading