1. Kindrunner has been around for a month and to celebrate they’ve decided to pay the kindness forward.
Kindrunner.com announces “48 Hours of Paying Forward the Kindness!”
We are so confident that anyone who experiences our website and learns our mission will want to take part that we are willing, for the first time ever, to pay the Kindnessforward. We have now been in existence for just over a month, and want to share our mission with as many runners as possible.
From now until we leave the office on Friday (7pm EST) anyone who registers for Kindrunner will receive a $10 Kindness Cash Rewards Credit towards a future purchase of ANY brand and ANY item! Simply register on our site, treat your feet when the time comes, and remember to re-purpose your old shoes so we can get them on the feet of someone who can put them to good use!
Go here to sign up!
2. Have I mentioned it’s hot here? (Apparently it’s hot all over right now.) I’ve actually been managing to work out pretty regularly. I even ran on my treadmill yesterday. It was 81 degrees in my basement! When I got done, I looked like I’d been swimming…
3. We finally sold our 1995 Jeep Cherokee. We’d been talking about it for a while, but Beer Geek just finished transitioning to 80% work from home, 20% work in a downtown office (AKA a metro commute). I didn’t want to put it on Craigslist because I didn’t want to deal with any strange responses. Thankfully, we got lucky and a friend bought it from us.
We found some interesting stuff as we were cleaning it out: a diaper (my youngest has been potty trained for 5 years!), a slipper, and an AT&T flip cell phone. Since I’ve never had AT$T, I guess I owe an apology to whichever friend lost their phone years ago (we haven’t used that car for anything but commuting in years.) Shoo has decided that it’s his phone and can’t understand why I won’t charge it for him and let him make calls. Who, exactly, does he think he needs to call?
Anyways, it’s the end of an era. We bought the jeep when we got engaged. Now it’s time to figure out what to replace my Honda Civic with… And then I’m done buying cars for at least 10 years. *knock on wood*