There’s something different about this birthday. Something altogether Pythonian.
I’m also a prime number for the first time since 31 and the last time until 41. Good times.
Speaking of numbers I’m now less than two weeks away from running my first full marathon, the Atlanta Marathon on Sunday, October 27, 2013.
A long way from home
I had made a promise to myself that I’d run a marathon before I turned 40 so I’m making good on my promise.
Remember: I’m 37; I’m not old.
I guess what I’m admitting is that I’m having a difficult time turning 37. I realize (or rather I’m fighting against) that 37 isn’t “old” but there’s no denying that I’m getting older. Happens every now – enough times that I can see the pattern.
The running will help me, I think, in the long term but it’s going to suck in the near term.
In the meantime I keep on keeping on.
Quoting Monty Python.
Looking up prime numbers on the internet.
What I really need is a Feltron-style annual report on my life that will make me feel better through the magic of data visualization and USA Today-style color palettes. Barring that, here’s a neat recap of the results of a recent running survey from Brooks.
Until next time.
Happy Birthday to me!