Thank you gentlemen for letting me take you on a little adventure around Nesbit and Kensington. The guys who show up at
Commitment are very supportive, which I appreciate very much.
I don’t take anything for granted when I Q. I realize that everyone has different abilities and you can see what are someone strengths and
weaknesses from a physical or mentally challenge for a particular day.
My hat goes off to Chainsaw today, after quietly turning 61 the other day, as he had some injuries, pushed through and never complained.
Turnbuckle showed up already having walked about 2.87 miles and cut it off to make sure he made commitment. That is real commitment.
Frack started the warm up mosey at a good pace, then finding out the next mosey we would be circling back for the 6, suggesting maybe he would slow down, but he didn’t.
Deep Dish continues to fight through some injuries , but continues to show up, super good job.
Doughboy coming straight back from bourbon country did well, as the alcohol came out of his pores as he sweat and he became stronger.
Breadbowl was called Redbull by me about 6 times, apologize for my NJ accent, but he hung in there and continue to fight through when pushed after our 2 minute 30 second plank.
Rubbermaid must have run the whole site prior to everyone showing up to check it out and when it was time to start, barely looked like he worked up a sweat.
Popeye looked like he had tears in his eyes when I told him the set of 30’s for the rocks were named after him, from the last time I did it.
Fusebox had to leave on time today, but he was running faster today, like he wanted the clock to go faster. He was leading the 5 minute push with ease.
Thanks for keeping me honest gentlemen.
Continue to send money in to support the Pax challenge of $100 towards charities in Waxhaw, even if you can send less.