Some events in life are as simple as a walk in the park – and some events in life are a bit more complicated! These days our lives seem to center around walking and working out and finalizing our plans for Mt. Kilimanjaro. Who ever thought we could be consumed by a mountain that is half a world away. We have been consumed; no doubt!
Geoff woke up with an exorbitant amount of energy this morning! Instead of me suggesting the 4.5 mile walk around the airport, he was all over it! Now keep in mind we have temperatures in . . . → Read More: 43 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – A Walk In The Park
ECCENTRIC – [ik-sen-trik, ek-]
Adjective – deviating from the recognized or customary character, practice, etc.; irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd: eccentric conduct; an eccentric person.
Noun – a person who has an unusual, peculiar, or odd personality, set of beliefs, or behavior pattern. – something that is unusual, peculiar, or odd.
For days, I have planned to go walk the 4.5 mile track around our park here in Pompano Beach, but I continued to come up with excuses in order to delay doing it. This morning I was just fresh out of excuses and decided it was time to make it happen.
It . . . → Read More: 49 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – Sometimes Eccentric Is Good
When you are preparing to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro there are so many things that run through you mind! Even when you have had the better part of a year to prepare, there are times when your mind just goes into overload! I guess this is due in part to he real reasons we chose to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. We want to make the Team Fox folks proud of our accomplishments, and we want to do a good job with raising awareness for PD, and with the fundraiser. I guess this in some ways adds to the mental baggage that we . . . → Read More: 51 days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – Strap On The Dog – It’s Friday The 13th!
Geoffrey and I are always talking about the benefits of exercise, especially for those who are living with Parkinson’s disease or other health issues. Since starting to train for our Mt. Kilimanjaro climb in July, I have begun to work out and finally get it! Even for people without health concerns, you either use it or lose it!
Geoffrey was wise when he suggested I work with a trainer when I started training! I could never have pulled a training program off alone without professional help! Today, after nine months in the gym, I now can put together my own . . . → Read More: 89 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – Physical Training For Parkinson’s Disease