Good night, sleep tight…. and don’t let the bedbugs bite
I haven't posted at all since Lean Horse Hundred because I've been injured, sick, traveling and not running. No one wants to read a long discourse of whining self-pity about someone injured and not able to run. So I haven't been blogging.
For all of you who are still out there running and being physically active: don't ever take your health and fitness for granted. We are all one misplaced foot step away from injury and one unwashed handshake away from a cold or influenza.
More to come soon… I hope.
My family and I did have an interesting experience with bedbugs a few weeks ago. Fortunately, we saw them before they had a chance to enjoy us as the main course. It is good to be someone who pays attention to detail and is curious about the natural world… including insects.
In 2006, a survey of hotels in the US revealed that as many as 20-30% have bedbug infestations. I posted about our experience at my professional blog: http://www.endocrinetoday.com/comments.aspx?rid=44959#com They don't carry disease but they do have quite a bit of "creep factor."
I hope that I will be able to start running and posting at this site again soon.
Good night, sleep tight…. and don't let the bedbugs bite!