You can contact me by emailing aaronvowels (at) gmail (dot) com
Not sure what I did to merit the honor of being blogrolled here, but I am humbled nonetheless. Puts a little pressure on me to be more brilliant than I actually am. Anyway, thanks.
I like your writing. Plus, we seem to have a common interest in our hometown. Btw, thanks for heads-up on the Bardstown Road Bicycle Shop. They fixed my flat in short order on Saturday and I will definitely visit them again for more bike stuff.
Thanks for the email contact address. I actually penned a response via emai and then I chickened out and sent it to the draft bin. The reason is that—for the time being—I’m trying to remain anonymous in order to be able to write more honestly and intimately online. My online name is a nom de plume. My employer (which I believe we share) and even my family do not know about my blog. My email includes my real name, so that’s why I bailed and came back here to the comments box. I think we can meet up at some point to share war stories, etc. I think you’d be surprised at just how close a proximity we are in terms of work. Right now, I love the idea of “fame” without familiarity (I’ve generated about 7,000 hits/reads in the last month, mostly from traffic via my Mega Super Mammoth MP3 list). My fear and/or hesitancy to ID myself is possibly due to a retardation of my social skills, which gets into a lot of boring family history. I’m relatively well known on campus. You’ve probably seen my real name plenty of times, especially as your profile says you’ve been at said employer since ’95. Anyway, don’t mean to cause an infuriating mystery. I’m just gearing up/psyching myself up to write about some personal stuff, and the idea that someone would know who it came from would bother me too much. Yeah, I’m a coward. But I’m trying to work through it.
No problem. I totally respect the privacy of others. It came up in my own life when my wife and I were still dating. I think I have it fairly well-balanced at this point, but I can see why you’d be gun shy. Especially, with 7K hits…I don’t think I have that many in the life of this blog.
If you want to meet sometime, I’m sure you can find me.
Just wanted to say thank you for the advice on arranging my workouts and reminding me that it’s important to run and enjoy it at the same time. In the past, I’ve had a tendency to get obsessive, and I’ve found I have liked running better when I’ve not felt guilty on those days where events in my life just took up the time somehow.
By the way, I’m SO glad to see you’re a Red Sox fan! Congratulations on the senior thesis – that’s awesome!
Those are some sweet photos of Ivy Catherine!! Check out my blog for the latest addition to my family – Kylie!
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