AO: Oracle
Pax: Folsom, Cheap Seats, Dirty Bird, Ice-T, Wario, Brick, Skipper, Honey
Stinger, Huffy, Z-Bo, Wentworth, Black Flag Q: Spacebar
• Side Straddle Hops x15 IC
• Tappy Taps x15 IC
• Big Ones x10 IC
• Don Quixote x10 IC
• Sun gods w/Johnny Dramas (forward/backward) x10 IC
• Goofballs x15 IC
• High Knees x15 IC
Performed twice
All exercises were done x20 IC:
• Monkey Humpers
• Bobby Hurleys
• Overhead claps
• Moroccan Nightclubs
• Freddy Mercury
• LBCs
• One lap around the parking lot
Thang: Hindenburg BLIMPS Round 1 – 10 Burpees
Round 2 – 20 Lunges
Round 3 – 30 Imperial Walkers
Round 4- 40 (20)Merkins / (20)Mountain Climbers (Q’s Modification) Round 5 – 50 Plank Jacks
Round 6 – 60 Squats

• Gas Pumpers x15 IC
• Low Dollies x15 on open
• Big Boys x15 on up
• American Hammers IC (Rancid-style)

I’ve had a long week at work. A week where you appreciate all the other weeks that go by smoothly. A week we’ve all had.
It was a week where I gained Experience.
One of my favorite books is named “The Last Lecture”, by Randy Pausch. Randy was a Computer Science professor at Carnegie Mellon University, with a wife and two young boys. In his mid-40’s, he was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer and was given less than a year to live.
He was asked by the University to give a Last Lecture, something common place for professors to do across campuses when their retirement nears. He turned this lecture into a book, something for his two young boys to read and refer to as they grew up. A spiritual presence in their lives since he wouldn’t be there physically with them.
I can’t recommend reading this book enough. It has one of my favorite quotes:
“Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted.”
-Randy Pausch
I gained Experience this week at work. Not only do I need to not let negative work experiences consume me, I need to leave work at work. Hopefully I can use this Experience and learn that I need to do a better job of separating work life from home life. Even though I now work from home, I need to do a better job separating my two “lives” from each other.

When I do bring work home with me, I not only do not enjoy my home life, I disrupt my family’s life, because I’m in a bad mood.

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