A fan of Ice Cube, Tiger Woods, the James Madison University Dukes, Running, Ironman and all things Yoga, it was a good day.
It wasn’t good just because I ran 7+ miles with my Iron-mommas and tri-babies plus one Navy Seal in the making. A display to admire, this guy upped his fitness game by strapping on a 20 pound vest and still schooled us all finishing the route with barely a pant or sweat bead forming. I love him.
It wasn’t good because I was moved by Tiger Woods’ come-back-ability. An athlete and person down, way way down, he impresses the best with a return performance that reminds me how brilliant the human body is. Couple that body with indomitable spirit and it’s a let’s-see-where-this-takes-us show to behold. Like or hate the man, people like me who think the human body is brilliant and resilient see past the past and enjoy God’s grace in gracing us mortals with this exquisite structure to hold our soul.
I will just keep fighting. It is what I have always done. – Tiger Woods
I get what he did. Don’t worry I won’t suggest Lance Armstrong explore pharmacy as a comeback career.I have my limits.
James Madison University Dukes
Alum and football fan this is my true Good Day Maker. First, I had a virtual football Watch Party with them:
Two thousand miles apart and with the brilliance of texting, we simultaneously cheered/sipped our Dukes to a quarterfinal victory. Six days later, I witnessed our Dukes berth into the semi final game – IN PERSON.
With one second left, a field goal sealed our deal one step closer to Natty #2 (that’s coolspeak for National Championship) in Frisco, Texas.
One game to Friso – Frisco (can’t you hear Dr. Dre singing the riff in California, the iconic 2Pac Anthem?) I like Dre too.
Fingers crossed. Looks like next week, there will be another virtual watch party.
Oh, and yoga? Every damn day.