The Hundredth day sure feels good. Celebration in Sandy UT today
My 100 Day Attack is over bar the shouting. It's my celebration time in Sandy UT. Tomorrow, Day 101, is planned as my day of rest and gratitude.
For those of you have followed the Attack since Day 1, June 1, 2012, I hope you have joined me in some of the consistent, persistent effort involved in the exercise. You will feel the effect also.
The Attack is a personal endeavor that I undertake at least once annually to lift myself, to make myself competitive in today's world. My"natural" comfort zone is just that, comfy; limited and excused of achievement necessity because of advancing years and perceived disability. I do not buy that scenario.
- Life is a magnificent ride; nowhere does it promise to be fair
- It is better to wear out than to rust out
- Age is only important to trees and cheese.
I have my Round Table of mentors and role models, some living, some not, some fictional, to assist me in all achievements.
The London Olympic Games and the Para Olympics have been held during the 100 Days - both provided additional inspiration, pointing always to excellence and supreme effort.
The benefits of my 100 Day Attack will continue because I now have new benchmarks, new habits, of activity.
I intend to live forever; so far so good
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What my 100 Day Attack is all about: