10 eager pax convened at Ivey this morning: Special Ed, Gilmore, Duvet, Crankbait, Crawdaddy(soulmate2), Lucky Charms, Epstein, Hookem, Dean (soulmate1), Q-Shear Conn. (Note that we never exceed 10. I didn’t even have to use the special formula this morning either.)
WOR: SSHs, Cotton Pickers, Hillbillies, Lucky Stretches
With Gilmore on site, the Q decided to ease everyone’s anxiety and preemptively prescribe burpees so there would be no fear of trains for the rest of the morning. For the entire length of the Miracle Mile – One burpee at each light – up to Shields Rd. Circle back to the six and complete as a group. In similar fashion, return to gravel road with a Hurley at each light.
Mozy to the concession for 20 dips and 20 step-ups each leg.
Mozy to lower part of big lot for Bearicides. (Bear crawl to first line, run back to base line, run to first line, bear crawl from first to second line, run back to base line….. Repeat until the entire lot is crossed.) Sorry Duvet – Next time we’ll bear crawl the whole thing. I know how much better & faster you crawl than run.
Mozy back up to the road for song “Check Your Phone”. (Merkins for each “Check Your Phone” in fashion with “Roxanne.”
Mary: Low slow flutters, Cindy Crawfords, Hammers
With sun coming up and street lights out, Epstein lamented that we should have waited to do the Miracle Mile at the end (Since there was only one light on at the end of the road – and subsequently one burpee would be required.)
Prayer concerns for Duvet’s father-in-law recovering from a stroke. Concerns for kids graduating this spring and missing out on the final part of a senior year.
Prayer concerns for 15 year old that Hookem helped locate after missing from home. Apparent victim of bullying. Praise for officers like Hookem that are willing to spend extra time counseling victims and families.
Crankbait led us out
Always an honor
- The biggest risk in life is not taking one.