This morning we ran the SCOUTStrong 5K. It was a fun run, with great weather, and lots of good people.
Son - 00:28:51
Me - 00:31:05
We also decided to set a goal: next year we run the 1/2 marathon instead.
My sister-in-law is usually a very nice person. To be truthful, she really is a wonderful person whom I've been privileged to know.
Until last night.
Then she became evil.
See, she's coming to town with a friend and they are participating in the Rock the Parkway 5K. So, of course, she asks my son if he wants to run with them.
"That's not so evil," you say.
But who challenged his father to run as well? That's right, my son! And you know I had to step up to that challenge.
So last night I registered the two of us for the Rock the Parkway 5K.
I'm sure we will have a good time. I'm sure my son will race past me and laugh that he's faster than his Dad. And I'm sure my sister-in-law, who is responsible for all of this, is evil.
While taking with a co-worker about the upcoming Talk Like a Pirate Day, we began to listen to pirate songs. We asked if we were bothering a second co-worker and she said she was used to watching kids TV programs like Sponge Bob. "So I like a little pirate now and then," she says.
A project’s requirements take time, energy, and money to produce. We all know this but we often attempt to ignore it. Take a look at this excellent post on The Cutting Ledge to learn about why requirements should be considered as inventory.