Mike Cope's blog

Saturday, April 30, 2005

Good morning from Nashville. I'm listening to the local news. The anchors keep cutting away to the Music City marathon, and more than once they've pointed out "it's going well." Ha! As I recall from the marathons I've run, "it's going well" is a perspective from the anchor booth, not from the pavement. Jack and Jill will be drawing in our assembly tomorrow. I'll be finishing the two-week message on "Lunchables That Change the World" (on justice).


  • Mike,

    How did you train for a Marathon? I know Kim really wants to run one and any advice or direction in that field would be appreciated. Are you ever going to run another one? We should put a run together in Abilene to raise money for justice or in memory of Brodey or something. Just a thought.

    By Blogger Joel Quile, at 4/30/2005 07:46:00 AM  

  • Great to read that you are here in Nashville Mike. Sorry the weather isn't better. As a fairly new reader (and recent contributer) to Wineskins, I want to say how much I enjoy the publication and reading your blogs. Keep up the faith work.

    Tony's Blog

    By Blogger Tony Arnold, at 4/30/2005 07:58:00 AM  

  • Mike,
    After today's lesson I just wanted to see if you are aware of the hugnersite.com. Just another little thing we can all do to help out...we have it as our home page so we can help out a little every day.

    By Blogger teri, at 5/01/2005 11:49:00 AM  

  • Joel,
    Steve Holt here. I've run a marathon and currently am training for the Dallas White Rock Marathon in December, so I'd be glad to help Kim put together a training plan. I'd like to think I know a thing or two about the sport. E-mail me if you want to know more.

    By Blogger Steve Jr., at 5/01/2005 02:01:00 PM  

  • Correction - that site is the hungersite.com

    By Blogger teri, at 5/01/2005 08:00:00 PM  

  • Congrats on your run! We just had the London Marathon. Hopefully you did not pull a Paula Radcliffe and go 'loo-loo' in the middle of your course!


    By Blogger Deb, at 5/02/2005 03:15:00 AM  

  • ... of course, 'things' are much more comfortable when doing a marathon from an arm chair. But if you've suffered through a marathon before, and now just listening in from a distance, do you experience muscle twinges anyway?


    By Blogger Deb, at 5/02/2005 03:22:00 AM  

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