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Leaders and followers

Friday, October 14, 2011

I'm in the midst of reading one of those great big books: a historical novel, set in the days before Henry II took the throne of England. The author, Sharon Kay Penman, is a historian in her own right, so her books are full of fact and flavor mixed in with the surmise. She always explains at the end which was which, in her author's notes. I have enjoyed her works.

Being me, I have to project from what I'm reading into the Sparkverse... I'm reading of a struggle for the crown. Of men and women who lead and those who follow. It dawns on me that we are much the same in our struggle for any prize.

Take fitness and weight loss (after all, this is Sparkpeople), for example. Often we are taken by an inspiring story that we see around us. A friend or family member has enjoyed success. We might be among their supporters and cheerleaders. And then it hits: the realization that we could have this prize for ourselves! And we follow their lead.

We have some success, perhaps, and suddenly, one day we find there are others cheering us on, and following OUR lead!

The really neat thing about this particular prize? It's not a one-winner prize. Everyone who enters the struggle to achieve it is a winner to one degree or another. This is a crown we all can wear.

The people struggling for the crown in the historical novel are doing so because of their lineage and claim. They are limited to some degree by the strength of that claim, yet still, they enter the battle, and find their place in their world.

As human beings, we have the lineage to claim mastery of our own bodies. We may be limited somewhat by circumstance or genetics... after all, we've got what we've got to work with. But we have the choice to strive to make it the best it can be.

So go for it... follow the ideal, or follow a friend... and lead yourself to your crown. Because you're worth it. emoticon

  
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NEWKAREN43 10/15/2011 2:03PM

    It's not a "one winner prize"...I love that line. Thanks for the perspective...it's nice to lead and follow and lead again...

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COMPUCATHY 10/15/2011 10:28AM

    I like your thinking! As I was reading your take on this and how we can all wear the crown, I envisioned a beach where people are standing on the beach and calling out to the swimmers and encouraging them to "come on and join us" and giving them a hand up out of the waters onto the land. We can all succeed and be a part of that crowd...and become the ones on the beach calling out to the rest who are headed our way. It is so awesome. You are one of my encouragers on the beach! Thank you! Keep up the good work! I'm swimming your way! Thanks for the encouragement! Hope you have a great weekend! Spark on! emoticon

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CIRANDELLA 10/14/2011 9:00PM

    What an exciting blog entry! And yes, we're all vying for that magical, mystical One-Size-Fits-All SparkCrown! I must say, you wear it exceedingly well, too.. It was finally, at the ripe ol' age of 59, that I "got it in gear" and finally - permanently, I really hope - rid my body of its extra weight. I'm finding that weight loss and a reduction in pain from arthritis and other chronic wear-and-tear ailments *alone* is the best incentive I've found for keeping off the pounds. So glad to meet you here, too! emoticon - Susan

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WATERMELLEN 10/14/2011 5:18PM

    There is absolutely unlimited success to go around here . . . not a "zero sum game" at all!!

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LEANJEAN6 10/14/2011 5:11PM

    True!!! There are "'pillars"" and there are "'Cater-Pillars""-------Your book sounds interesting!--Great inspiring blog! Lynda

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BUGGYS 10/14/2011 2:59PM

    Life is all about the choices we make and how those choices may influence others along the way. I have learned so much from my friends here on SP and hopefully they have gained some insight from me as well...it's all about putting one foot in front of the other and making it the best life it can be! Great blog!!! emoticon

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TISHTOES 10/14/2011 2:06PM

    Yes, ties to SparkPeople everywhere you look. Maybe that should be a new topic.

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Oh! Remember the old TV show, Queen for a Day? I'm going to start a new topic, Crown of my Day.

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LJCANNON 10/14/2011 10:38AM

    emoticonGood Blog!! And Good to Know that I am not the only one who sees Ties to SparkPeople every where I turn!!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 10/14/2011 10:06AM

    Very inspirational. And isn't it nice that we've found a website where we can both lead and follow comfortably. It's a nice ebb and flow.

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_LINDA 10/14/2011 8:47AM

    Great tie in! I love historical novels too. Just read a sweeping one on the history of London from its very beginnings. The characters were a fascinating read as they were touched by fame, fortune and misfortune and the right of birth sometimes meant nothing at all and your line went a different way just by chance. But each person made the best out of what they could of the fate they were given. As Yoda said there is no try, only do! The army has it right with their slogan be all you can be.
Here is to being the best we can be!

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DEBRITA01 10/14/2011 8:27AM

    emoticonHere's to being the best that we can be! Good blog.

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On days like this, routine truly *is* my friend

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Woke up with the sinus headache miseries. I'd been feeling it coming on last night when the sneezies hit. I took my Zyrtek this morning. I will likely resort to Advil throughout the day, as needed. Despite all that, I just don't feel at the top of my game. Yeah, I know, break out the cheese to go with the whine. Lots of other people have it far worse. Nothing like self-pity to make a person ug-ly!

Trained by a "mean mom", I went through the checklist of "how sick are you, really"? My mind pondered fuzzily over whether today might be a "light" enough day at work to stay home and nurse myself. When I remembered one (and that's all it took) of the things on my calendar... it was an immediate "No". Now if I was "really sick" (as our mothers used to say)... thinking about that item on the calendar would have had me saying "I can't possibly do that in this condition." But I didn't. I said, "Oh, I need to do that! So-and-so is relying on me." It was not one of those "I'm a martyr" attitudes that accompanied the thought, either. It was more "I'm looking forward to this task". That tells me to keep moving forward. If I'm "really sick" my body will tell me... later.

Routine on a day like this is indeed my friend, because... in this semi-not up to speed state... routine doesn't require me to think... just go through the motions of getting ready for a work day. Even down to my morning pep talk.

I also know from experience, that once I get to work (different combination of allergens), I might just feel better anyway!

Here's to an improving day! Spark on, my friends! emoticon emoticon

  
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_LINDA 10/14/2011 9:58AM

    I hope your medicine worked for you and your day wasn't too horrible. Its routine things that actually take your mind off the misery. Staying home and suffering would have been worse, methinks.

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SUNNYWBL 10/14/2011 1:06AM

    I remember that thought process and reacted the same way. Good for you! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 10/13/2011 6:59PM

    I'm in pretty much the same shape, from a sneezing/sinus perspective AND the "not really sick" self-talk thing too: went in, did the stuff I absolutely had to get done on semi-automatic, cut myself a little slack and came home about an hour early . . . .

We don't have to be right on top of our game every single day, do you think??

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KATIE33MAHALA 10/13/2011 1:48PM

    Hope your feeling better soon! Hot tea, spoon of honey, and shot of whiskey! cure what ales ya!!! Can you tell, I came from line of alcoholics? hehehe, thank God I didnt get that jean... but that was the cure all I learned, and honestly, it does clear out the sinuses. Have a good day girl, ( chicken soup, the mom side of me). LOL

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DEBRA0818 10/13/2011 11:25AM

    First, I sure hope the medication helps and that your attack subsides. Second, decisions made can be revoked. I used to decide to go to work and then after 4 hours decide to go back home. A sense of responsibility pushed me both ways!

My sympathies for your misery,
Debra
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LOVE_2_LAUGH 10/13/2011 9:57AM

    Way to work through it, Barb. I'm the same way. If I wake up not feeling well, all I want to do is stay in bed. Yet, if I force myself up, usually by the time I get out of the shower I'm feeling better. And, once at work, somehow things just work themselves out. Hope you're feeling better as the day goes on.

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WORDLILY 10/13/2011 9:47AM

    That attitude will help you make it through! :)

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CONCHA77 10/13/2011 9:36AM

    Hope you are back to feeling yourself soon! Good for you for pushing forward! emoticon

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HOT4FITNESS 10/13/2011 8:52AM

    Have a Sparktastic day!!!

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MSLZZY 10/13/2011 7:34AM

    A positive attitude and thinking it through. Just make sure to take good care of yourself! HUGS!

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SUNNY332 10/13/2011 7:34AM

    Hang in there and sorry you are not feeling the best today.

Do have a good day and don't forget to force fluids.

DH and I are leaving for Kansas this morning. The 5K we are participating in is this Saturday.

Take care and hope you are feeling better quickly.

Sunny

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BUGGYS 10/13/2011 7:32AM

    Routine was my friend last week when I was battling a really bad cold/virus...seemed to help me put one foot in front of the other and get through my day! Hope you're feeling better soon!

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Routine is my friend... maybe

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

As I contemplate the habits of the workday... get up, shower, dress, pack lunch, put the oats on to simmer... Spark... go to work, take those vital walking breaks, come home, Spark some more, maybe exercise, fit in my "one thing" related to home, go to bed, I see a lot of positives.

But could they also be leading to some negatives? Like complacency? Or boredom?

It is important for me to remember a couple of things:

1. I need to remember the rewards for keeping at it. It's not enough to slog through and do it. I need to give myself credit for making the effort to keep at it! If I don't, the "why try" could come back.

2. I need to remember to speak up about my own needs: at work, with my family, and even... gasp... to myself. Routine is fine, and can be a servant, but it is not enough.

Let's keep on keeping on, but let's do a little non-food celebrating! Maintenance is a great goal, and especially a great one over the next three months! Heavy food-centric Holiday season ahead... time to strategize, recognize and most important ENJOY the journey!

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I may not always *follow* the plan, but I always do better if I have one... in the coming days I'll be thinking about how this year's Holiday season plan has to look to support my goals for a lifetime of health.

  
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SHARON2014 10/12/2011 6:50PM

    Now that we are both retired, I miss the routine of work! There does need to be a balance - I think that I substituted routine for self-discipline and now I have to learn that lesson!

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DEBRITA01 10/12/2011 2:20PM

    Having a plan ensures greater success, but deviating from the plan once in awhile or reassessment is necessary sometimes. (Rewarding myself is something I need to do more often, also)

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DEBRA0818 10/12/2011 11:17AM

    I like routine and I like spontaneity--as always, there's a way to balance these things without either one of them throwing us off the track and, I suspect, it's calibrated differently for each of us. This puts me in mind of the Stoics who trained themselves to be indifferent to conditions around them. I suspect I'm a bit, okay, may a lot, too soft to emulate the Stoics, but I do like the idea of "doing the right thing" no matter what is going on around me (parties, holidays, etc.).

Should be an interesting season for all of us!

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BUGGYS 10/12/2011 10:34AM

    I need to plan out my meals and exercise to help me stay on track...if I don't, everything falls apart but that doesn't mean that I don't welcome change. We all have to find our own balance and plan accordingly!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 10/12/2011 10:01AM

    "Routine is fine, and can be a servant" The trouble begins, I think, when we become a servant to our routine. That being said, I need my routines -- if something throws my normal morning routine out of whack, the whole morning seems to fall apart.

As for a having a plan, I agree. I like the phrase: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail." Oh, so true. I need to start thinking about the upcoming holidays too. I think I'm in a bit of denial though. Usually by now my Christmas shopping is done. I haven't even started yet. Gulp. LOL!

As for non-food rewards -- it's something I haven't done yet. Not because I don't think it's important -- it is. But because I basically have no impulse control and when I want something, I go buy it. I will have to try to practice some patience and make myself wait for something to use as a reward. More for me to think about and plan for.

Good blog, Barb!

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SUNNY332 10/12/2011 8:26AM

    I like routine too but allow for changes when they come and don't get too upset about it. I know while I worked I was not as lenient as if I didn't have a routine, it wouldn't get done. I understand...

Today for me, flexibility is a much friendlier way to go. I like what someone said to leave room for spontaneity and joy. That was good.

Sunny



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SHELL- 10/12/2011 8:19AM

    Routine has always been a double edged sword for me. The pattern is automatic so you don't have to think about how to fit things in but I fight boredom if I'm not being challenged by learning or looking forward to something I will let my guard down.
Thanks for reminding me about up coming Holidays and the need for a plan!
I already figured out Halloween, we just aren't buying any candy. We don't have trick or treaters so we don't need any "just in case" candy which we would of course then have to try......

I do need a plan for Thanksgiving, Christmas.... and New years. emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 10/12/2011 8:17AM

    Variations on a theme: pattern plus changeup, leaving a crack or two for spontaneity and joy -- it's hard to hit the balance!

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MSLZZY 10/12/2011 7:04AM

    Yes, the holidays are coming and planning has to come with it. Find what feels comfortable but challenge yourself to do your very best! HUGS!

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Prepping for Winter ahead

Monday, October 10, 2011

It sure hasn't felt much like Winter is coming the past week. We've had 80's several afternoons. This morning, though, because the calendar says so, I had the guy out to clean the furnace, change the filter on the humidifier, and all that jazz to get ready for the heating season.

It was raining this morning and my sinus passages were giving me trouble, but I took advantage of the day off work to get on the treadmill early, anyway. I did not run, but I did walk a full 5K on that treadmill. A little more with warm-up and cool down. Still don't know if I'll do the Governor's Cup next Sunday afternoon... leaning toward it at the moment. I think I'm past my little rebellion. At least for a while.

And we shall see where we go from here. Happy Thanksgiving, Canada (and other places celebrating today)!

  
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MEDDYPEDDY 10/12/2011 12:51AM

    I donīt like winter - my electrical bill will go high and it will be so cold to walk the dog...
yesterday I put my lawnmower away thus making room in the garage for the car...

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BUGGYS 10/11/2011 7:51AM

    We are in the process of closing down our summer cottage for the winter. It was hard to do on Sunday when the temps were in the 70's and the grand kids were swimming in Lake Michigan!!! Keep yourself open to this weekend...you're body will let you know...sometimes we just push ourselves so hard that we need to step back a bit and reevaluate our goals! Good luck!

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BESTSUSIEYET 10/10/2011 11:34PM

    Well done! Preparing is key to success in any area! Keep up the good work!


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_LINDA 10/10/2011 10:55PM

    Sounds like you got it all figured out! Good for you getting the furnace ready -nothing worse then waiting for the first snow fall and find they are too busy to come right away..
The nice thing about a healthy lifestyle is you can makes choices to suit you. if you don't do this Governor's cup, I am sure you will find an alternate. It should always be about having fun and be interesting, not a just chore to get over with.
Enjoy your evening!

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SUNNY1432 10/10/2011 9:57PM

    Hope you take the Cup next week!! emoticon

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KARIDIAN1 10/10/2011 9:01PM

    Finally got some rain today. Has been super dry here in Mn.

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MOBYCARP 10/10/2011 8:20PM

    Temps in the upper 70s here today; but the dusk at 6:30 after my run is a reminder that winter is coming. All of a sudden on Daylight Wasting Sunday, it will be dark at 5PM if we have cloud cover; and we get a lot of cloud cover this time of year.

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MSLZZY 10/10/2011 8:04PM

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SUNNY332 10/10/2011 7:24PM

    I walked 2 miles this morning and will do 2.5 tomorrow. DH and I are participating in a 5K this coming weekend in Kansas. It is a fund raiser so just want to "finish". It will be great walking with DH as the event is being held at the park where we walked for years. It will be good for us - we have a lot of memories there.

Hugs, Sunny

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ARLENE_MOVES 10/10/2011 7:02PM

    My son-in-law picked up our new lawn tractor from Sears today and delivered it to our door -- when he left he said 'Next time this truck is in your drive-way, it will be with the snow blower to clean your drive-way'. Then laughed ----

Oh no -- not snow!!!!!

Glad you got your furnace ready -- I'd rather be ready for 'it' than not. Good thinking!!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 10/10/2011 5:21PM

    Oh gosh, I'm in denial about the "W" word. But sadly it will be here before we know it. Certainly before we're ready for it. (Can we ever be ready for -10 and a foot of snow?) But it feels good to know we're preparing, right?

Keep your mind open about this weekend. I bet you participate. I can tell you've started to turn the bend. Not so much for me yet. I'm getting my morning walks in and staying pretty close to my JC plan, but I'm just so darned tired and unmotivated. Beginning to wonder if increasing my morning walks up to 2.5 miles was wise. I've been doing that for a few weeks now and I seem to do well while walking. But I wonder if the distance is taking a bit of a toll on my energy for other things. I may have to experiment a bit to see. But for now? I'm dog-tired and headed for a nap before dinner.

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LADYCITY 10/10/2011 4:34PM

    I'd say if you really don't wanna do it and you don't think your body is ready don't do it, if your body ain't ready that would be just horrible to get an injury out there.

Just continue with your own personal pledge of getting fit and healthy and stay that way, that's the best prize of all and there is always next year for the cup.

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Grandpa would have loved this race

Sunday, October 09, 2011

Indulge me, I'm going to write about my mom's father. As a kid, I used to call him "mean", because I was a kid, and he was tough and gruff, and of a military kind of bearing. In fact, he had been to war, in WWII, and when he came home, he spent some of his hours and days and Summer weeks as a Boy Scout troop leader.

In high school, he was a track star. The family story is that he and grandma got engaged with a track medal as their pledge token. Of course, as a kid, the thought of grandma and grandpa *ever* having been young was... well... just not there. As I now look in the mirror or photographs and see thier features, it's a little more sensible to remember that they were once young, too.

One of my favorite memories of Grandpa is how active he was. I never thought I "was". Either you were or you weren't. On/off thinking, huh? On his 65th birthday, Grandpa celebrated, at Philmont Scout Ranch with a 60 mile hike.

Which brings me to the title line. The 2011 Ironman Triathlon in Kialua-Kona, Hawaii is about 15 minutes away from its cut-off, lights out. I got up to take my thyroid meds at the usual time, and turned on the streaming video. Now we are seeing the last athletes who will get the official timing/designation as "Ironman". They have swum 2.4 miles. They have biked 112 miles. And they have covered a full marathon 26.2 miles, on foot. They must finish by midnight... 81 year old just crossed the line. Lew Holliday just won his age division: he is an Ironman.

I contend that Grandpa would have loved this race. It is an extreme test of endurance and strength. I will probably never go that distance, myself... but never say never. The commitment to training, the investment in prep races, and the travel to exotic places. But I have a sprint distance one in my future... I can feel it in my bones.

Motivation rises, envisioning crossing a finish line with a grin... 80 year old just crossed the line with less than 10 minutes to the lights out! I can dream... and I can get fit and stay fit to the dreams!

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76 year old Harriet Anderson finished with minutes to spare, the oldest female competitor. Go, woman, go!

  
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KALIGIRL 10/11/2011 9:59AM

    Makes me want to do our mini!
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MEDDYPEDDY 10/11/2011 1:06AM

    Love the dream - would never dream that myself, but can fully understand that you do... and I feel very insåired by 81 year olds becoming Iron women.

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MSLZZY 10/10/2011 8:06PM

    You've got to have a dream, right? What a super grandpa you had!

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LJCANNON 10/10/2011 10:53AM

    emoticon emoticonI am hoping that I will be "Able" to do things like that, although I have No Desire to do a Full marathon right now Like You I have learned to Never Say Never!!

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SHELL- 10/10/2011 10:52AM

    How inspiring! This story is why I love your blog! I have trouble just facing my stationary bike for 6 miles... and my rebounder..... I will push harder I'm only 59 I can do more. Use it or loose it. I have lost it and I'm trying to regain the active person I used to be.

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SUNNYWBL 10/10/2011 12:58AM

    Not only would he have liked it, he probably could have DONE it!

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KARIDIAN1 10/9/2011 9:10PM

    Amazing what you can if you set your mind to it.

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WATERMELLEN 10/9/2011 7:29PM

    Amazing!! An 80 yo friend of mine celebrated her birthday sky diving . . . she is soooooo fit and looks completely fabulous!

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MNTWINSGAL 10/9/2011 1:28PM

    When Jeff was a Scout, his Troop only did Philmont once every 4 years, so each Scout really only had one opportunity to go. When Jeff's Troop went when he was a junior in high school, he passed in favor of working at his part-time job at Subway. He was the only one from his patrol who didn't go....I'm sure he regrets it now. But wow - kudos to your Grandpa for going at age 65! You're right....he'd have loved the Ironman competition.

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_LINDA 10/9/2011 11:14AM

    I bet your grandfather would have rocked that race! There is sure hope for the rest of us if an 80 year old can finish an ironman. So much for excuses and I can'ts..
Thanks for sharing this very motivational blog to get off your butt and move it!!

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DEBRA0818 10/9/2011 9:21AM

    The human body was meant to move and there is no age cut off for that!

Go Barb!

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HOT4FITNESS 10/9/2011 8:27AM

    Tha'ts right never say never You never thought you would compete in a half marathon either. We just continue to amaze ourselves!

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SUNNY332 10/9/2011 7:14AM

    That is amazing - 81 years and 76 years. Wow.

Thanks for sharing and yes, I do believe, Grandpa would have loved the race.

Sunny

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