Beautiful guys and swimming pools; quiet Tuesday on the island ….

Hi, friends and readers:

If you follow this website then you know I visit the YMCA three times per week to work out with weights and swim laps in the indoor pool. Lap-swimming is great exercise, plus if I’m lucky there will be some nice sights at the pool like the guys in today’s photo posts. There are some pretty outstanding lifeguards working the pool certain days, and also some very sexy lap-swimmers, so it gives me incentive to get my butt in the water every time I visit the YMCA.

Now that the Labor Day weekend is over, it’s very quiet on my island this morning. I had one of those crazy nights where I went to bed around 10:30 PM and woke up wide awake at three A.M. I never really got back to sleep, and finally I got up at 7:15. I was tired of tossing and turning.

I spent 2-1/2 hours writing fresh material for my novel-in-progress, and now it’s a little past 10:30 AM. I’m feeling a little fatigued due to my restless night, but I’m okay.

If there is a breeze blowing out there I may take a three-mile walk on the beach for a little morning exercise, right after I finish this post. Then, after lunch, I have a few errands to run and some household chores I’ll tend to. Around four PM I’ll take a two-mile run, here on the island. I may drive into the city tonight to dine on Thai food with a good friend of mine.

Have a nice Tuesday, friends, wherever you are today. And keep smiling. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Beautiful guys and swimming pools; quiet Tuesday on the island ….

  1. Hi Martin,

    I am a reader of your blog since a long time now. Today I like to send you my greetings und I hope you will be alright with “Irma” threatening behind the horizon.
    Good luck!

    Malte

    • Hello, Malte:

      Thanks so much for taking the time to write and for wishing me luck. Of course, all of us here are quite concerned about the hurricane, as it’s a very powerful storm that will likely strike somewhere in Florida. As I think you know, I live on a small island on the Gulf Coast, and if the hurricane hits here I may lose my home. 🙁 All I can do is hope for the best. Thanks again for your concern.

      Martin

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