Category Archives: David Glover

Random memories while I am in New York

I have been in New York again for a few days attending an MLA committee meeting.  As I came in on the shuttle I recalled that three years ago I was here, sitting in my hotel room in the evening … Continue reading

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Luray: She Does Tri teammates

She Does Tri was well represented at Luray this year.  I was once again part of a relay, Team Tri Smiles.  Ann, Vickie and I were set to race together again in the International distance but then Vickie had to … Continue reading

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Race week: Raleigh 70.3

I have a feeling this week will pass quickly.  I have been preparing for Raleigh 70.3 since last fall – and now it is race week.  As you know, this is my first half Ironman event.  I can’t quite comprehend … Continue reading

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Wisdom wins

It seemed like a good plan but one should really always listen to James Spann.  When he says it is going to be really cold and rain, he is generally right.  This race was not on my plan but I … Continue reading

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Habit: Changing behavior and changing my life

Over the past few weeks I have been reading the book The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. His examples provide a clear description of habit, why we do what we do, and ways to analyze habits if we want … Continue reading

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Reflections on 2012

I’ve been sick for over a week so I haven’t had a chance to blog. I have thought about the past year and the one to come, however.  In this post I want to do a bit of reflection. Goals … Continue reading

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Opportunity, a year later

Last summer after I tore my hamstring two people told me that I would find opportunities in my injury. I don’t remember who told me that but I can narrow it down to the likely candidates. A month after that … Continue reading

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