Previously from this brewery: Ready? We've drank La Roja, Luciernaga, ES Bam, Bam Biere, and Madrugada Obscura. Think we like Jolly Pumpkin around these parts? We do.
I'll keep this quick and somewhat to the point, as I have yoga class tonight. Not sure I'm much better at yoga than when I started back in 2012, but I keep trying. I do enjoy the sense of relaxation I get from a class - my beginner classes are less aerobic and more, well, peaceful.
I often find that same sense of peace during my morning runs. It's been a long time since I've trained for any ultra marathons (three years, yikes!) but I still try to get out most mornings and get two or three miles before work. Truthfully, I really like being out in the world before the sun comes up. I get a sense that I'm the only one out and about, a feeling that no one will be bothering me as I churn through the neighborhood. It's just me alone with my thoughts, and I love that. Of course, every now and then, my peace is interrupted by an explosion. Thankfully, the Mother Nature kind:
|Cat with a sword? Bad ass.|
Thing to Think About Today:
In the spirit of red and the sunrise, I really couldn't present anything else in this space but Red Dawn. This film tells the story of a United States that has been invaded by the Russians and their allies. A scary thought from back in the day when the Cold War was still happening. Starring Patrick Swayze, Lea Thompson, Charlie Sheen, and Jennifer Gray (nobody puts Baby in the corner!), Red Dawn is about high school students in Colorado who decide to fight back against the odds and the foreign invaders. This movie was remade recently, but there's no shot in Hell that I'll be watching that version, as the original still kicks ass! Do you like guns, the 80's, the can-do American spirit, and Patrick Swayze, but hate Communism? Then this is the movie for you. Enjoy!