I wish I hadn't reacted to this on Facebook, for this is the place it belongs. [Is it just me who is so incredibly uncomfortable with facebook? Now that I think of it: I'm pretty uncomfortable everywhere, but that's not the point. Trying to do something worthwhile on facebook seems like citating Shakespeare in a trucker's restroom... not that there's anything wrong with Shakespeare, nor with truckers. And I can't do it anymore, the writing, only pictures.]All that aside: I have pictured you with the Walmart bag and the hat, looking at $20 jars of honey, and it was a good sight. Great one, Dave.
Yeah, some of my best stuff is just lost of Facebook, but still I try!
No, seriously: doesn't that make you feel bad, the sense of loss? And alienation. Perhaps not so much for you because you are an athlete. I only run in my head.You inspire on all levels! Hey-hey.
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