So, we are in a meeting, a new event is about to start at the radio station. I have never been at a station that does so much outreach to listeners and the community. Half the time I am not sure what is going on. Wait a minute, someone said 5K. What is a "K?" Okay, now I remember that stands for a kilometer...five kilometers is over three miles.

I can barely walk to my car some days, they want me to run three miles? Can the radio station do that? I should have read my contract better. When I was 15 years old my school had a walk-a-thon. For every mile we walked, money was given to help the needy. My mom told me I shouldn't do it. She worried I would pass out or something. I assured her I could do at least five miles. After almost one mile, I thought I was going to die. If I could just make it to the phone booth, I could get some help. Sweat was dripping from me. I put the quarter in.

"Mom, come get me. I think my feet are bleeding."

I was reliving the whole 15-year-old chubby-kid-almost-dies-walking-too-much thing...

What? Back to the meeting, they are talking about inflatables. The event is called the Insane Inflatable 5K. It is taking place Saturday, Oct. 21. It's for friends and family. It is going to be a big thing.

The meeting ends, everyone at the station seems to be excited about this Insane Inflatable 5K. How am I going to get out of it? What exactly is this Insane Inflatable 5K? Back in my studio I ask Google.

My God, this thing looks like a lot of fun. Here, look for yourself... Click here.  A video, these Inflatables are really big. I am talking Godzilla big.

I am not missing out on this fun. The Insane Inflatable 5K is going to be great.

What exactly is the Insane Inflatable 5K? I am not going to ruin your surprise. Here, find out, Click here.

I will keep you up-to-date on this Insane Inflatable 5K. Maybe we'll see each other at the event.

Dominick