This post comes a little late, and I wrote it a few days ago, but World Cup Cricket has taken over this nation. No apologies.
I was doing my usual workout at my gym on my day off. It had been a while and I wanted to get back into some routine. The workout went well and I went to the treadmill to do my usual 10 minute, post workout run. So, this run may not have changed my life in the way you might be expecting, but it was significant for this reason. A thought entered my head as I began running. “What if I just ran until I couldn’t run anymore? No looking at the monitor revealing my progress, just personal drive. How far could I run?”
Hey everyone! I’m pleased to be releasing Part 2 of my short story today. Writing short stories is something I’ve only recently started doing, but I enjoy the process. If you like writing, but never tried writing a short story, I recommend it. Diving into a story, making it your own, creating characters, and giving them life is really quite cool.
You can find the story on this site, and this link will take you directly to it. If you missed part one, the link is also there. Enjoy!
Thank you for an incredible year. I love writing, and having an audience to read what I write makes the process that much more enjoyable. I hope you stick around for 2015, should be a heck of a year in writing.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 25,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Merry Christmas! For those of you in a different time zone, it’s Boxing Day, or the day after Christmas. For my North, Central & South American readers, It’s Christmas day, although, by now you have all torn into presents, gifts, and stockings and are now most likely preparing the Christmas feast for family.