On the surface, this past week should have been a wonderful week. It was the last week of school before Spring Break; my son’s baseball season in full swing; and I’d reached a milestone on my journey. In reality, it couldn’t have been further from the truth. I can honestly say that UPS has it
First I would like to make it clear, that I know I am in a challenge, but as time goes by I am not really concerned about who takes first place. I am just glad that I got this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
This week, I experienced what might be considered my first physical “setback” of the competition. I made it to the gym again six days this week, working with Patrick on two of those days. On Thursday, we worked on a couple of the cable machines that I had not used as of this time.
I had to go clothes shopping this past weekend! I was at the Disability Fair at the Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities and commented to a friend that I just realized my pants were really baggy.
This past week was rough; I came done with the flu. I only worked out at the gym two days for the whole week. My diet was very horrible; only thing I ate was soup, and I drank a lot of water. I was so weak and all I could do was sleep.
I propose a new name for the politics industry, the industry that keeps thousands of Americans employed as full time politicians, political aides and paid political party officials. How about calling it the Phony Outrage Industry?
This week on Between the Lines, managing editor Matt Westerhold interviews NASA's Gen. David Stinger about what's new at the Plum Brook Station. We also have a video chat with Register photographer Luke Wark who is stationed in Afghanistan.