Starting today, October 26, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold nondenominational church services in the East Pavilion of Arrowhead stadium, according to a press release at kcchiefs.com. The five services, one for each home game, feature different speakers:
Oct. 26 – Mike DeVito, Chiefs Defensive Lineman
Nov. 2 – Carey Casey, CEO of the National Center for Fathering
Nov. 16 – Dan Meers, “KC Wolf”
Dec. 14 – Joe White, CEO at Kanakuk Ministries and nationally renowned speaker and author
Dec. 28 – Christian Newsome, Pastor at Journey Church International
Wednesday evening I participated in a “core and hips” yoga class. Tendinitis in my heel has kept me from running recently, and I wanted to do something besides sit-ups. A local place had a 10 visits-for-$10 special, and while I won’t be able to do the other 9 visits, an hour and a half for $10 isn’t a bad deal.
The older gentlemen led the three of us co-workers in floor exercise. He babied me a little bit because of my heel, offering a ton of modifications. I told him that I didn’t have any self-esteem issues or a fear of failure; this was my first yoga class in years if at all.
I was never an aficionado of the hot coffee. All the good coffee flavor rested above the cup, only to disappoint the taste buds upon liquid contact.
Wednesday morning I had the privilege of having coffee and beignets at Cafe du Monde in New Orleans. The beignets were indeed good, and the diner atmosphere was quite nice.
The family was able to take a vacation to Disney World, staying seven days. We took 2-1/2 days for Magic Kingdom, two for Epcot, one for Hollywood Studios and one for Animal Kingdom.
Even staying as long as we did, it was clear that we had to abandon any hope of seeing and doing everything at WDW. I’m not sure if even Vacation Club members could.
The weather was perfect, and I hadn’t seen such direct sunlight since my time in Cairo. Sunscreen was a must even with all the indoor time.
Having already been to Banff and Sulphur Mountain, and having visited the various farmers’ markets around Calgary the last couple of times I was here, I wanted something new to do for the weekend.
“You could do the luge!” Teri, my co-worker, suggested.
I was a little concerned — my coordination is nothing an athlete would envy — but I was certainly interested.
A couple of months ago a friend recommended adding push-ups to my workout regiment. I found an app, Pushups 0 to 100, that puts the user on a schedule to increase the amount of push-ups performed every other day.
Once I got to 100 in a session, though, that was it. If I continued to do 100, it wouldn’t add those extra 100s to the total amount of push-ups I was doing.
I’m getting more life out of the app by switching to one-arm push-ups.