Weekend Kickoff Mini-Thoughts

2 weeks ago I presented my Mini-Thoughts in 15 words or less. It worked out pretty good, so let’s do it again:

  • We had a late-season cold front move through South Florida yesterday.
  • We eked-out an afternoon high of 82°F.
  • It was very windy yesterday with gusts over 25 MPH inland.
  • We’re getting closer to our 5-month rainy season.
  • It starts on May 15TH and continues until October 15TH.
  • During those 5 months we get about 70% of our annual rainfall.
  • That’s usually about 4 to 5 feet (48 to 60 inches) of rain in 5 months.
  • It’s also mosquito season.
  • Depending on how I feel this Saturday morning when I awake I may walk.
  • This has been another inactive year for my dry season walks at the park.
  • I thought last season was pretty bad when I only walked 15.12 miles.
  • This season I’ve only walked 10.13 miles.
  • If I walk this Saturday morning I’ll try for 3 miles.
  • I typically walk a mile in 17½ minutes.
  • So I need to walk for at least 52½ minutes.
  • Queue my Fitbit !
  • This is Wrestlemania Weekend !
  • That’s right – I’m a big fan of the WWE.
  • I’ve been a fan since June of 2001.
  • Don’t judge.
  • This week is my 8TH Anniversary on Flickr.
  • It’s been an active past 4 months on Flickr.
  • I’ve uploaded and captioned over 180 new photos.
  • I hope to continue this activity this month.
  • My last 5 photos uploaded are always visible here on this web site.
  • They appear right below my last 5 tweets.
  • I drove 491 miles in March.
  • That was more than last August, September, October, and November.
  • Not sure I’ll beat that 491 miles in April.
  • I know I will in May.
  • I’m going on a 6-day road-trip that will total over 600 miles.
  • When this post goes LIVE I hope to be asleep.
  • That’s because this post goes LIVE at 3 AM U.S. East Coast time.
  • I should not be awake at 3 AM.
  • Thank You for reading these Mini-Thoughts.
  • I’ll probably do it again in a few weeks.
  • It’s a great post to write spontaneously when I have no other ideas.

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By Chris M. Day

I'm almost 55 years old. I've been online for the past 29 years - starting with my own dial-up bulletin board system in 1993 - and continuing with AOL, my own web site, Myspace, Wordpress, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook.