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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Fall Back

Don't forget to set your clocks back this weekend!

Happy Autumnal Equinox y'all!

All Things Possible,


  • At 9:09 AM, November 06, 2010 , Blogger SusanGail said...

    Does this mean I get an extra hour to write? Heaven knows I could use a few more extra hours in the day. Thanks to your post about Secretariat, and Tim’s post about Zenyatta, and remembering how much we loved Sea Biscuit…I have something important to blog about…and it’s all very ATP!
    Thanks for pointing us to the movie, Chris. It is wonderful.Saw it with friends last night. And, I’ll post a link I found today for an interview with the director, which made me hope that one day I may interview you in such a manner…as a director of your inspirational films. (Now there we have an announcement…or pronouncement!) Here’s the New York Times blog, The Rail with director Randall Wallace (Braveheart).
    And tonight at 6:15 EDT (before we set the clocks back) we can watch Zenyatta in the Breeder’s Cup. Never mind tickets, it’s sold out:)
    I enjoyed the interview questions: “Are you a horse racing fan?” and “How did you come to direct the movie?” His answer to the “Are you a horse racing fan?” is why I loved Sea Biscuit and Secretariat, and when I think back, to all the beautiful horse stories of childhood. And I’m not a horse person at all. But, I’ve always loved these “all things possible” stories. And, at this time in our culture, we can sure use all the ATP stories and films we can create.
    Maybe Zenyatta will be a beautiful inspiration for us all, as Melissa Hoppert writes, “with her come-from-behind running style and a quirky personality that is made for the cameras.”
    Motto for forum ATPers: Run your race as you are inspired, and never give up on your dreams. “And, that’s all I have to say about that!"...and ATB, of course:) Sue

  • At 2:35 AM, November 08, 2010 , Blogger SusanGail said...

    Well, she lost. I'm blogging about it:) As my walker friend, Clayton Klein, emailed the other day to me: "AT are B"...I kinda like that outlook, don't you? TBC...AT are P:) Sue


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