Pi-a-Day: Log Paddle

This is Pi Day #068.e – March 07

Water you doing, dad?

I’ve been swimming again, back to my training for a spring triathlon, and strongly encouraging the kid to tag along to the pool to keep up her own skills in the water.

Sadly, what I see as an invigorating fitness hobby, she sees as punishment, and her impatience is a distracting multiplier against my own delicate motivation to do an hour’s worth of repetitive laps laps laps laps laps…

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