Happy New Year's Eve and Snowblower Exercise Plan

Happy New Year’s Eve everyone!!!

I hope that everyone has a safe and great evening and that if you decide to enjoy the night too much or if it happens accidentally, that tomorrow when you wake up, you are not too much of a hurtin puppy.

Those days are well behind me and I can chuckle now at those who party too hearty.

We had a nice little dinner together, a glass of wine and are sitting here watching a FireFly re-run. I have a feeling that after we watch Oak Island it might be a struggle to make it to midnight, but you never know.

Well, the storm came and dropped about 5-6″ of snow, nothing serious or anything. If anything it was more a pain in the butt, but it meant getting the snowblower out and taking 2-3 hours out of the day to get our and SD2’s yards cleaned up.

This morning while doing Bennie’s long walk, I decided that I was going to not run and end the year with a DNR. I figured that I would get more than enough exercise wrestling with the snowblower. My prediction proved to be the correct one.

The rest of the day has been spent finishing up my end of year reflections, adding post ideas to my futures area, and reading a lot of articles and new to me blogs that I have found over the last week.

What did I read today?

Enes Kanter Is the Most Underrated Signing of the Offseason
Google Veterans: The company has become ‘unrecognizable’
Out With the Old, In With the New!
A Family Christmas
Review of 2019 – A Retirement Blog
A New Beginning & Something’s Gone
Shopping, shopping, shopping
It is Finished
Blog – Going Gently
Yes, It’s All Your Fault: Active vs Passive Mindsets
10 Powerful Things I’ve Learned This Past Decade
Is It A Brown Recluse Spider Bite?
Letters from an American
Not enough hours in the day? Well, finding more may not help
The Morning Shakeout
Crabby Old Lady Cuts Loose
The Rise of Skywalker
My Year of Running
If I had to Order All my Food Online, I’d Be Very Hungry
Memento Mori: The Reminder We All Desperately Need
Adharanand Finn-On Writing The Rise of the Ultra Runners
What Poverty Taught Me About Being ‘Too Generous’

Originally posted on Aging & Retirement – My Thoughts, written by Harold L. Shaw, Jr.

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