Sunday, January 10, 2010


Last year there was too much talk and not enough action. There was too much thinking, optimizing, anticipating obstacles, planning, preparing, and pondering. All these things can keep a man busy spinning around in circles. Here I am standing in the same place.

Some pondering is a good thing. I didn't take many photos during today's 2-hour loop around Sanger. Instead, I made substantial progress on my cycling goals for 2010, and used this time to figure ways to implement a few other more challenging changes. The bicycle is very important, but people are more important.

I am confident that I'm moving in the right direction.


  1. Biking is a great excuse to go and figure stuff out. Sounds like you've got the proper perspective, people are more important.

  2. Cycling and showering are the two activities which inspire my creative thoughts most, and cycling is, by far, the most enjoyable (though a hot shower after a long ride IS nice!). Great post, and even if you took few photos, the ones you did take were lovely.