2006 In Review: The Bad

A tradition here at www.InsideThePerimeter.com since way back in 2004…

This being one of my last three blogging days for 2006 I will present to you my year in review in three parts — The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Today, it’s The Bad.

There Were The Obvious
If you’ve read this space for any amount of time you know these all too well

  • 2006: One woman, two dates, no love
  • 2006: My weight went up, not down
  • 2006: No need to buy new running shoes, because I barely ran

So I shan’t recount these in depth.

ITP Flickr Pic
This is how the blog looked in July, you’ll notice that it looks the same at the end of December.


Why Does This Blog Look The Same?
They say that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. This year I’ve paved a four-lane freeway with regards to reading books, improving my knowledge, and reworking this space. Shame on me. Really, Shame. On. Me.

Ouch, I Did It Again
I think that I’ve had more nagging injuries in the past year than in any other year of my life. Perhaps it’s a function of aging but things just don’t seem to recover the way they once did — and I’m not just talking about post-alcoholic binges either. Case and point, the big toe I hurt two weeks ago still reminds me of its existence if I flex oddly or step in the wrong direction. I’ve managed to “run” on it at least once since the initial damage but it’s still not 100% healed.

And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – very bad, I got quite ill yesterday
Current Music – Album88
Website Of The Day – Maybe if I started looking at Smashing Magazine I’d learn enough to change the appearance of this blog.
Training Target – still not caring
Exercise (b)Log – none, I was rather sick

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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2 Responses to 2006 In Review: The Bad

  1. Martha says:

    It is great to see you Good Blog is more than twice as long as your Bad Blog.

  2. True, except that the impact of the Top 3 today is actually greater than the sum total of yesterday’s entries.

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