I'm not much of a talker, but I can talk running all day. And I usually do. Which my wife loves. So, in the interest of my not getting divorced, I've been toying with the idea of a blog where I can randomly vent to people I don't live with about running in general and my running in particular.
Today, my older daughter, Lexi, came off the school bus and told me that she wanted to start a website about eating healthy. Now, my wife is an excellent cook (I love you honey!) and does a great job of providing our family with what I think is a very healthy diet at home. Having said that, no one who knows me would pick "healthy eater" among the first thousand or so adjectives used to describe me. So, then, a website where my daughter talks about healthy eating while I talk about running and, more likely than not, unhealthy eating--that seems like a natural fit.
And now here we are. So let's not get our hopes up, people. We're not going to be dispensing any earth-shattering advice or knowledge. I know next to nothing about eating or cooking healthy, and I don't much care to; if you're looking for anything more insightful than "Vegetables are good for you" or a list of my kids' favorite foods, you're probably out of luck. I mean, if you're going to be taking nutritional advice from a seven-year-old who'd prefer to eat macaroni and cheese seven days a week, then I don't know what to tell you. Hell, I'm not even going to vouch for any of the running stuff on here, since I'm drinking a beer right now and probably will be every time I write in this thing. But, it'll be fun. I'll put some race reports up, maybe some product reviews when I come across stuff I like; we'll throw up some pictures of Lexi's healthy meals and my unhealthy ones. Maybe my wife will post some recipes and make this almost like a real blog that people would want to read. Who knows. There's a ton of crap on the internet. A little more can't hurt, even if most of the fats wind up being polyunsaturated.