I went running. It cleared my head nicely. Time to work on Notify Humans. The End.
Wonderful 55 minute run on Leif Ericksen with Jordan. Sun set to reveal peeks at the city through barren trees. Feels great to be back at it.
If I was in the Army, my nickname at work tomorrow would be Major Chafeage. This morning, Leah and I completed our first ever marathon with a net time of 4:01:51. Considering I, somewhat stupidly, climbed Table Mountain yesterday, it was awesome to have such… Continue reading →
Ran twenty miles this morning, the last long one before the marathon two weeks from now. The first half involved running down to the waterfront and doing a few loops — it felt great. The second half became increasingly more difficult because I ignored Leah’s advice to fuel early and often. Lesson learned.
Quartz also launched this morning. It’s the bleeding-edge of what’s being built on top of WordPress. I’m excited to see how the application continues to evolve and, being a long-time Economist reader, doubly excited to become an active reader. Quartz brings new meaning to the phrase “Powered by WordPress.com VIP.”
Verdict: amaaaaaaazing. There’s even a neighborhood pool.
Shipped code for ONA, ran twelve miles in Forest Park, ate the second best biscuits and gravy I’ve had at Stepping Stone Cafe, and now looking at a few houses with Leah. Just another Sunday.
They call it “the mother of all relays.” I call it another check mark on the list of life goals. It surprises me how enjoyable the race was, after years of hearing horror stories from my mom. The team, filled with complete strangers to me… Continue reading →
For the Hood to Coast this year, I’ll be running leg 7. It breaks down as a hard 6.32 miles, very hard 5.89 miles, and medium 4 miles for a total of 16.21 miles. That is, unless Leah convinces me to switch with her leg 8. Maybe we’ll just run both.
Nine mile run in Forest Park this morning with Leah. Great start to the workday. I love this city.
Touched the Golden Gate Bridge this morning as the midway point of a sixteen mile out and back this morning. Pretty run — consistent path along the Embarcadero and perfect temperature.