Today was a sad day in Seattle. This morning, about 8:00, I went over to visit Tim and to steal skittles from Coni’s desk (she is in AZ). I looked out the window and saw this.
We didn’t know it then, but it turns out a news helicopter for KOMO 4 news, lifted off, and somehow lost power and crashed into a car. Sadly the occupants of the copter died, and the person in the car ended up with severe burns.
Wow! A couple of days ago I was tired, and drawing a blank on what to post. Some days there is a distinct lack of blogfodder. I’ve had quite a few people tell me lately I don’t HAVE to post every day, but I enjoy it. So those days without a post, I actually miss it. (It’s a sickness I am sure)
But then there are days like now where I could honestly do two or three different posts. Our Seahawk banner flew today (see my last post), tomorrow I get to do something I have never done before, see tomorrows post 🙂 But today, the my Spitfire boxing partner Jill said two things, each of which are worthy of a post! It’s a good thing I keep a notebook for days like this.
So enough of that, the thing Jill asked me today was this. “if you knew you were going to die in one month, would you continue to work out?