Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The sky is the limit

Just another day or so of San Antonio.  It was a great weekend, every place we went we saw runners.  I read that the economic impact the race has on the city is over $40 million dollars.

The next big race is the 8 mile YMCA Dallas Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning.


In Terrell we got rain showers off and on last night.  I'll take waking up in the middle of the night to a heavy rain any night.

I am going to try to watch some high school basketball tonight.

Terrell HS graduate Brice McCain who currently plays for the Houston Texans recorded is second interception in last Sundays game.  His team sits atop the AFC South with a 7-3 record.  If they are going to make the playoffs they will have to do it without their starting QB Matt Schaub, who is out for the rest of the year due to a foot injury.

Terrell HS graduate Jherrod Stiggers, who is a Freshman on the University of Houston basketball team is out after surgery on his knee.  Hopefully, his recovery is swift and he can get back on the court.

Terrell has quite a few athletes playing on the collegiate level.  I am going to try to get updates, and track as many as I can.

I don't drink, but I am sure there are a few readers who are enjoying Dallas Beer Week.

5 comments:

Olivier said...

en effet pas de limite, c'est impressionnant, on doit se sentir tout petit

Lynette said...

Gosh! I love this photo!

Halcyon said...

Neat perspective!
It's good to hear that someone's economy is positive. :)

Lowell said...

Dramatic composition, Jim! And I'll bet you were happy to hear that heavy downpour in the middle of the night. Probably need a bunch more of those to bring the lakes and rivers back...

brian stout said...

8 mile? should be plenty of time to make it home for thanksgiving dinner. =)