The Thoughts of a Frumpy Professor

............................................ ............................................ A blog devoted to the ramblings of a small town, middle aged college professor as he experiences life and all its strange variances.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Another 28 Miles!

I am happy to say I jogged another 28 miles this past week!  Some days it was reasonably fun too!  There was only one actual day where I had to really force myself to complete the four miles, because I was not in the mood.  But, even on that day I did persevere and did it.  

Work is busy and crazy like usual, but I am keeping my head above water.  My wife and I went to a cross country meet to watch relatives run which was fun.  And, we even went to the local high school football game.  It was interesting even though I am not a football fan in any way, shape, or form.  For me, it was, however, a lot of fun to watch and listen to the marching band perform!  

Overall, things are at a fairly even keel at the moment.  My wife and I also went to see the movie, "The Magnificent Seven".  It was an excellent western!  For anyone who likes westerns, or Denzel Washington, or Vincent D'Ofranio.... It was a real treat.



Blogger S. J. Qualls said...

I take it that The Magnificent Seven was a sort of remake of the original, huh? I didn't think that could have been improved upon, but maybe I was just interested in Yul Brynner at the time. I don't like westerns as a rule, but sometimes as you say, they are a treat.
Sounds like a decent time seeing the relatives, it's never perfect though - football ...
Glad you are doing so well with your running, be careful though that you aren't one of those that makes a good looking corpse ...

Monday, 26 September, 2016  
Blogger Gorilla Bananas said...

It must be a good remake if you enjoyed it in spite of knowing the story. I would recommend 'Hell or High Water' starring Jeff Bridges, which is a modern hybrid Western.

Wednesday, 28 September, 2016  

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