Friday, January 28, 2011

I've been reading "Meet You at the Top" by Zig Ziglar to my kids, and I decided to put his goal setting into practice. This is a set of stairs that go up a bluff in my town.
 Actually they start here.....
 I am running up them every day. That is my goal. I have done it almost every day for two weeks. Of course I am gasping about half way up. I have to stop, catch my breath and carry on.

This is my reward at the top...

When I took these pictures a woman asked me about it and I told her I was documenting my goals. She said she knows people who run up and down them ten times a day. Crushed...


  1. Oh, you are doing great! Little by little is the way to go. What beautiful scenery. I am not sure we have anything like this where I live.

  2. That's awesome, Kerri. Your goals are what matters, not someone else's.

  3. I forgot how pretty that all was down there! I need to do that but when? My daylight hours are booked solid! Hurry up daylight savings!

  4. Kerri, I have a couple quick questions on which I hope to get your input (and your readers' input, too!).

    1) How important is college education for you for your kids? What part do you see college playing in their education?

    2) When and how do you introduce foreign languages in your home-school program? I'm interested in both ancient and modern languages.