A couple of careers ago I was a school administrator. I handled most issues regarding the students at a job training school. It was one of these After-High-School-Learn-A-Skill-Get-A-Job places. Our students were mostly kind of adults. One of the less interesting things I had to do was to get students there mail.Often, the grades and bills we would mail to them would get returned to us. Usually I would just find the student and hand them their mail and that would be the end of it. Sometimes they would tell me the address is incorrect and I would fix it in our system. But usually it was a one-off problem because the post office was the post office. If I remembered that I was doing this repeatedly for the same student I would actually ask them to look at the envelope and tell me if the address was correct.
|This is a picture of a photograph hanging |
in the men's room at the tennis center.
It shows the cherry trees,
the reservoir and the buildings on the westside of
Central Park including the San Remo
which was destroyed during the filming of Ghostbusters
|This is a picture I took myself |
while running. It shows a little bit of the cherry
ree the reservoir and the San Remo
I bring this up because I recently joined Strava. It's an app that tracks how far I run and where I run. As I run it tells me how fast each mile is and it keeps track of my personal records. I'm planning a marathon in 2 months so I'm bumping up my mileage. My plan today was to run 10 times around the reservoir in Central Park. It's marked as 1.58 miles. That's where I plan to do the marathon. I made the 10 laps of the reservoir and I actually made four trips to the bathroom at the tennis center. It's a tenth of a mile each way to the bathroom. That 16.6 miles. Strava put me at 17.44 miles. That's kind of a significant difference.