...the best dressed rebel in history.
(Insert nominee's name here)
I'm just kidding.
The Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon is one week away! Stacy and I have put in the training (she perhaps better than I), and it's hard to believe those four (plus) months of literally pounding the pavement have passed by so quickly. Back are the days when 21 kilometers constitutes a "short run". I wish I could say that gone are the days of extra flab on my stomach. It seems I've become leaner in almost every other region of my body except the stomach area. Lipo might be the only solution for that pesky area.
I declare this week a week of rest and healthy eating... Let's see how long that lasts. I hope I'm more successful at this than living off of 300k for one month. I only have seven days to try and live right.
I'm already sort of failing. My goal is a 9:30pm bedtime, and it's almost 9:45. To be fair, I am writing this blog post in my bed. Wearing only a pair of thin boxer shorts. (How's that for an image in you head?) So technically, I've achieved my goal for the day.
This post will be short and sweet.
There's just one more book quote I'd like to share, then it's lights out. Or maybe I'll squeeze in another few pages of The Satanic Verses.
"You're going to be the best-dressed rebel in history," says Gale with a smile. (pg 43, Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins)
I read all the Hunger Games books earlier this year. Please, believe the hype; it's a fantastic ride. Gale gives my favourite quote of the entire series in the third book, Mockingjay. I love the satire of our obsession with celebrity and style.
Seriously, though, a great book club discussion could be guided by the question: Who is the best dressed rebel in history?