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Touring around town

Sunday, June 10, 2012

OK folks, I'm afraid my state does NOT rank high in being considered bicycle friendly, but this town has a GREAT set of trails. Most of them intersect, but you can get really confused by the markers that purport to give some sense of mileage.

This is because every trail segment is a trail in and of itself, and they do NOT give you any idea of how far you have really gone, because you enter near a marker that says "7K", then pass one that says "5Miles", then you end up with a different trail name and a different collection of mileage. Different organizations, also, mark their miles, for different purposes.

The local track club may have markers in one section, heading ONE direction, then a different club takes up and starts marking in the other direction, with its OWN point "0". So, I pretty much ignore these numbers, come home, and track the mileage by mapping in.

Thus it was that I set out to fulfil my training plan, which said, for today, "Bike 12 miles". And I started by heading for one of the nearby entrances to the trail system, and pedaled toward downtown. I went on past the tortoise in the profile pick and kept going, because I was curious as to how far the trail went.

Turns out it goes all the way to the former state fairgrounds. Then I pedaled around there, being grateful that it was Sunday morning, and not a lot of traffic about. Because I ended up pedaling on what CAN sometimes be pretty busy streets, and only had about two cars/trucks to avoid.

I found ways through the streets to link up with another of the trails. I took it all the way across town on the Northern side (I live South East and had biked essentially to the North West side), then had to beat my way South against a strong headwind, before turning West again to get home. All in all, it ended up being 19.35 miles, in a bit under two hours.

I managed to bike by downtown campus, East Campus, my kids' apartment complex, my old church, etc. A true "tour de city" for my time... and you see so much more when traveling under human power: a meadowlark fighting the same headwind I was, for example.

I feel good... the remainder of the day, household chores. Tomorrow... rest day... then figure out how to fit the Week 6 plan around other events of the next week!

Have a Sparking Great Day, everyone! emoticon emoticon

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_LINDA 6/14/2012 9:02AM

    Wow!! Awesome ride! Winds, yuck, do I ever remember fighting the strong winds here when I last biked!! Those trails sound great in spite of the mixed mileage markers. My city is so unfriendly to both bikes and pedestrians. Its a sprawling car city with lots of traffic and its brave people who dare to bike on the streets at peak times. There are a few, very few designated bike lanes. The only really nice place to bike is along the river trails by the river.
You are doing amazing, keep up the great work!!

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ALOHAEV1 6/11/2012 7:21AM

    I'd probably still be lost... emoticon have a great week!

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MRS.DOYLE 6/11/2012 3:05AM

    I would love to live somewhere with safe cycling routes. Enjoy the biking. I'm envious.
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MEDDYPEDDY 6/11/2012 2:21AM

    I am using "Runkeeper" an app, to keep track of the distance...before I got the I-phone I had a little bike computer that told me how long I had been traveling...

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MSLZZY 6/10/2012 11:33PM

    Knowing you, you will "fit" everthing in like you
always do. Glad you had such a fun ride. HUGS!

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KARIDIAN1 6/10/2012 8:36PM

    I have a GPS I use on my bike that tracks my mileage and time. Then i can go anywhere and not worry.

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SUNNY332 6/10/2012 6:12PM

    That would be totally confusing.

Take care and have a great week.


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WATERMELLEN 6/10/2012 3:40PM

    Those mileage markers sound like a plot to me . . . confuse the enemy or something!

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SHARON10002 6/10/2012 2:52PM

    emoticonYou go girl!!! You are really racking up those miles! Sounds like you had a great ride! emoticon

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KRISZTA11 6/10/2012 2:31PM

    Great workout!
How confusing distance markings...

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1CRAZYDOG 6/10/2012 1:12PM

    Hope you have a good week coming up!

I used to ride trails where I lived in IL and it was confusing exxactly as you described!

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Just another workout... BUT!

Saturday, June 09, 2012

This morning I managed to get myself signed on to do a 10K Charity run. As it was already my long run day on the triathlon training plan, I just stretched the plan a bit, and kept saying to myself, "it's just another workout".

Well, it is, because the TRI is my real target race. BUT... there surrounded by others, in the bright morning sunshine of almost Summer (and definitely on its way to Summer temps... going to get up to 93 today, the weather man says)... the adrenaline kicks in.

The unstated "dream goals" were: keep on jogging, with walk breaks only at the water stations. And... if I finish in an hour, it would be incredible. I *almost* met goal #1, I did take a short walk break in mile 6 just because, when it wasn't a water station... but it was shady and relatively flat.

I seem to do better with hills. Because I *do* lengthen my stride and let gravity assist on the downhill, and because I am incredibly energized by powering UP hills. Maybe if I dealt with REAL hills I wouldn't be so enthused, but this race does have some gradual hills in it.

As I was coming down 63rd street to the finish line, and crossed the mile 6 marker, my watch said 47 (I started it at mile 1, not recognizing exactly where the start line was... no mats this time!) With just two tenths of a mile to go, the race clock became visible and it was still at 57! I had a chance at that dream time!

So I just kept putting one foot in front of the other, finished as strong as I could those last couple of blocks... and crossed under the clock when it still had a 59 on it. emoticon Wow! What a rush!

And when they started taping up the results it said my chip time was 58:46 and it said I ran a 9:28 pace, for a 10K, which is just one second off my personal record pace for a 5K! That race was in 1991 (also with hills, by the way, bigger ones than this race)... I AM getting stronger.

I can't believe it, but wait, yes I can. I'm putting in the work, it makes sense.

Life is good. Spark on! emoticon The real test will be recovery time... tomorrow's workout says "Bike 12 miles". emoticon Then I get Monday off.

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_LINDA 6/14/2012 9:11AM

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That is fantastic!! You are the champ!! emoticon
You are in fabulous shape and are going to eat up this tri!!! I just hope your temperatures are more reasonable than 93!! I can't imagine doing that when its so hot!!
Spark on!

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ALOHAEV1 6/11/2012 7:49AM

    emoticon Let me add still another absolutely awesome!

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JUST_TRI_IT 6/10/2012 12:10PM

    You are such an inspiration!

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LEANJEAN6 6/10/2012 6:53AM

    WooWoo! You did well Barb! --I see those Jeans too-Lynda

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1CRAZYDOG 6/9/2012 11:18PM

    Everytime I think "You're awesome", you somehow manage to bet "awesomer!" Great, great job and great, GREAT inspiration.


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    Oh, Oh, Oh, way to go! emoticon emoticon

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MOBYCARP 6/9/2012 3:17PM

    emoticon You're going to nail that Tri!

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MSLZZY 6/9/2012 2:22PM

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You constantly amaze me!

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MILLERGIRL719 6/9/2012 1:53PM

    That's awesome! Congrats!!!!!!!!!!

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KRISZTA11 6/9/2012 12:27PM

    Congrats to your success!
You ran an awesome time!


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MNTWINSGAL 6/9/2012 11:29AM

    Absolutely awesome, Barb. Congratulations!

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KALIGIRL 6/9/2012 11:23AM

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And who said they weren't going to emoticon anymore? emoticon

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The first so-called brick

Friday, June 08, 2012

I'm in week five of the beginner's triathlon training plan. In this week, we are introduced to the "brick". It is important, we are told, to learn to deal with the transition between activities. So you practice doing a bike workout followed by a run workout, in this case.

It called for a 30 minute bike, 10 minute run, 20 minute walk on the plan. And I came close to doing exactly that. It tooke me about 8 minutes in transition... lock the bike up, potty stop, hydrate, and slap on sun-block in the two minute warm up walk.

Can we say "drenched in sweat"... it was a warm, humid evening when I did this. Then home, shower, supper, pack lunch for next day because... this morning it was back in the pool at 5 a.m. Which leaves little Sparking time before bedtime last night and between swim and work this morning, but here I am letting y'all know I'm still at it.

Tomorrow is running day, which is why I stuck to that 20 minutes walking last night. See, I roped myself into a charity 10K tomorrow morning early. I'm glad it's early because it's supposed to get up to 93 before the day is out.

This morning's swim thought? I'm always counting. And all exercise is about breathing... in swimming it is obvious... because the stroke only offers a certain point at which to breathe. But when lifting weights, we're told to exhale during one motion, inhale during another. Anybody who has EVER taken a yoga class knows that is all about the breathing, too. I think swimming more has helped my breathing during my runs. Tomorrow will test that!

Life continues to be good. Spark on! emoticon

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_LINDA 6/14/2012 9:16AM

    I simply can't imagine transitioning from one activty to the next! Just love hearing about your progress and planning! We should all be so lucky to be as organized and determined as you!!

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KARIDIAN1 6/8/2012 9:39PM

    Keep up the good work. You make me tired just reading your blog. emoticon

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh you make me tired! emoticon

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HEALTHYOTTER 6/8/2012 6:59PM

    Good luck with the 10K. Since the bike is the skill I'm adding more than the other two, most bike rides I finish with a walk or walk/jog. Not sure I'll get to actually running the entire 5K for the sprint tri. The foot work really helps my knees and legs recover from the bike time, keeping joints in alignment as it were. First "brick" my legs were like lead, now they seem looser in less time. Keep going! I'm so impressed with your dedication!

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KALIGIRL 6/8/2012 10:53AM

    Very cool on all counts!
Will be thinking about you tomorrow.

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MSLZZY 6/8/2012 10:09AM

    Everything has a reason and breathing correctly
is one of those activities that sometimes takes a little
thought to get it right. Have a great day and good luck

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LEANJEAN6 6/8/2012 9:12AM

    OMG BARB!!!!!You are truly ""at it""----even to the sunscreen--I want to be there--at this race, when it happens---Oh--I wish! !Lynda

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1CRAZYDOG 6/8/2012 8:40AM

    So proud of you! Great job.

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MRS.DOYLE 6/8/2012 8:15AM

    I'm at following your progress with admiration.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/8/2012 7:57AM

    Very impressive, Barb!! You are training really smart. Keep up the great work!! -Marsha

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JESSZZ123 6/8/2012 7:52AM

    Wow! Good luck to you. I don't think I could survive all that! Keep up the amazing work!

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Peace and movement

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

This morning the training plan said "swim 600 yards". I've blogged before about losing count of the laps when I'm swimming a single stroke... I've started to swim in sets of four (100 yards = 4 lengths) to try to mitigate that. Because of this I know I met the 600, but then I get fuzzy about how much beyond that I swam. I know I did 30 minutes in the pool.

Have you ever noticed? The tools for swimming tend to favor the freestyle stroke? A swimming cap tends to want to focus your head in a single direction... doesn't work as well for side-stroke or even back stroke. Just an observation that randomly popped in my head during my "just keep swimming" workout this morning.

Another thing I'm noticing is that as my freestyle stroke gets stronger, I like it better and tend to favor it over what used to be my old faves, the side-stroke and the breast stroke. This morning's workout was almost entirely freestyle... I think only about 3 lengths were NOT.

The point of the peace and movement subject was also one of those random observations... swimming in a pool is one of those times when you don't really have to pay a lot of attention to your surroundings. Unlike biking or walking or jogging, where one needs to be constantly aware of traffic, other bikers and other runners, or little critters that might spring out into your path, the pool at 5 a.m. is a serene place where you CANNOT converse even if you were of a mind to.

In short, it is the perfect place for a meditation done in motion. Clear your mind, and just keep swimming. Of course this can be hampered if you're trying to count distance, but if you just set the clock and keep on swimming? Ahhhh!

I climbed out, came home, and didn't want to so much as turn on music. The silence was just too precious. I want to preserve this centered feeling, and have it to come back to, throughout the day, no matter what else might happen at work or in traffic... just back to the silence. Ahhh!

Spark gently today, and be kind to yourselves! Life IS good. emoticon

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_LINDA 6/14/2012 9:22AM

    Exercise nirvanna -silence and not busy -I can picture your meditation in motion- very awesome, I bet it makes the time go by effortlessly! All good things.
I so appreciated the absolute peace and quiet of that train trail -no traffic noises and not busy until we got the first two hours in, then there was a lot of bike traffic. But for a while, it was like we had the place to ourselves :)
There is nothing like being in the zone, you rock!!

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SUNNY332 6/7/2012 8:35PM

    Awe - peace and quiet. Love it and glad you found it today.

Hugs, Sunny

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KARIDIAN1 6/6/2012 8:46PM

    I like peace and quiet too. Especially enjoy reading in quiet.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/6/2012 6:43PM

    Great blog!! It made swimming sound like something I do want to do again. I was on a swim team as a kid. I've gotten out of the habit and haven't really enjoyed swimming when I've tried. When I swim I usually stick to breast stroke, back stroke, and occasional side stroke. Maybe I can get comfortable enough to do freestyle again. I'll let you know whether the inspiration I now feel gets carried into a new cardio activity.

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SHARON10002 6/6/2012 6:24PM

    Sounds of Silence. . . Ahhhhhh . . . .
emoticonblog, and good news on the emoticon!

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MSLZZY 6/6/2012 11:02AM

    Peace and quiet in a workd known for noise and
stimulation on a constant level.
Have a calm and quiet day. HUGS!

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1CRAZYDOG 6/6/2012 9:28AM

    Oh my . . . you're onto something that I wish I could get my DD and my DS to learn. You NEED to have some time alone with just you and your thoughts . . . not plugged in and blotting out any semblance of thoughts. UGH

Well, DS is learning that being in the Army, but DD certainly has a long way to go.

Glad you enjoyed your swim!

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ANDI571 6/6/2012 8:36AM

    Silence. Today's generation just doesn't appreciate that so much. I love walking and not having things in my ears. I just like to listen to what is around me.

Barb, how did you ever get to the point that you just got moving? I piddle around the house a lot, but when it comes to old fashioned exercise, I just can't get the want to do it. As long as I am doing things that doesn't resemble exercise, like walking, I am fine. But get up and actually do exercise, I stink at it. I know I would feel so much better if I would. I keep telling myself that I need to start toning exercises. It hasn't happened yet.

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WATERMELLEN 6/6/2012 8:27AM

    Silence . . . invaluable. And it's amazing how many "problems" are solved through mediation in motion.

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KALIGIRL 6/6/2012 8:18AM

    "Meditation in motion" - couldn't have put it better myself - 50 lenghts in 43 minutes this morning - loved every minute of it!
Namaste my friend emoticon

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There IS a there, there!

Tuesday, June 05, 2012

I had a conversation with my daughter in law via instant message this weekend that got me thinking. She has a friend who very suddenly lost his wife in an automobile accident, leaving him to raise their daughter alone.

As most of us do, when faced with a horrific scenario that's happening to someone else, she cast herself into a similar situation in her mind. What if something happened to my son? How would SHE cope? She typed that she could not separate herself from him, in her mind... that her life would be over if anything happened to him.

The obvious thing that will pull her friend through is his love / commitment to raise that daughter. However, my son and daughter in law have no children. So the automatic "generational" thing that pulls many people through tragedy is not there. I asked her to imagine what she would use to pull herself through the worst blow life might offer... to ask herself what she would WANT that something to be.

It is not reality for her, but I hope it spurs her to think. Most anyone my age knows someone for whom such a loss became a reality. In some cases, I have read their pain and watched as they publicly work through it right here on Spark. I am grateful for their strength and willingness to share.

I could feel my daughter in law's underlying thought, and her fear. In the process, something dawned on me: I have had that feeling - the fear that without some aspect of my life, there would be no identity remaining... no "there", there. But I do not have it now.

Time living teaches many lessons. One of the most important is finding the "me" underneath the "us"-es one might be a part of, underneath the "roles".

Not the me your parents thought. Not the me your spouse, employer, siblings, etc. might expect. It is the essential self, beyond selfishness. If you believe in a higher power, we are talking about the me He created you to be.

Typing back and forth to my daughter in law, I realized that my own sense of "me" has gently emerged over the decades. A "me" that remains beyond the career, beyond the marriage, even beyond parenthood.

I believe that some people are blessed with knowing who they are and what their purpose from day one. I have a sister like that. I am not one of them. I have backed my way through life, letting things unfold more than directing them intentionally.

It took me a long time to get to the point of making my health a priority. My awareness of this inner me came at least in part due to this. In the process I dropped the excess baggage of weight, and so much more. This is a journey not just of the body, but of the mind and spirit.

My wish for every person who struggles with this is that they reach a point in the journey... where something triggers the awareness that there IS a there, there... that they have essential value as human beings, apart from every trapping that the day to day lays on them.

Sometimes it takes some false starts and some retracing of the footsteps. But it leads to a place where life is good... Spark on!

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WATERMELLEN 6/6/2012 8:29AM

    Great great blog: thanks!

Not so much that there is a there there (although others do notice it).

I'ts more that there's a here here!

And: Hear hear to that!

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    Again you spoke my mind. In my recent life there have been multiple tragedies. Some I posted, some I kept very private. I find I have those coping skills in the "me" awareness. They came through time, experience and wisdom. Yes, I have wisdom though not always evident!
I live to see another day because there is more to my life than being part of a pair or parent or child. There are so many people affected by my life whom I would love to continue being part of their lives and I realize sadness is acceptable and normal. No, it's not easy to get up and go on but there is so much more to life than our inner circles and I try to enjoy every new adventure.

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_LINDA 6/6/2012 1:24AM

    Good thoughts and maybe a large part of the reason people struggle with their weight loss. I have always been my own individual, never part of a 'pair' or with someone, so I was able to take full responsibility for being obese and for doing something about it. Being alone with no friends made it quite simple really. But those who socialize lots and are exposed to many temptations or are a part of couple expected to participate together, it would be a struggle, especially, as quite often the spouse isn't on the same page as the one trying to improve their health. Mom and I are quite independent and used to hoeing a tough road. It would hurt deeply to lose one or the other, but know life goes on. It would not affect how she lives her life as it would not affect how I live mine.
Here is to people learning that they are important too and that they matter as much as your loved ones.
You are doing awesome!

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LEANJEAN6 6/5/2012 7:53PM

    ---I often wonder if I could go on alone--sometimes I dream of "'being alone"" as husband can drive me crazy--LOL--I hope I could go on-----Health plays a large part too in how well one can get along--Very good blog--makes one think!-Lynda

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DEBRITA01 6/5/2012 6:15PM

    Some people know who they are and their purpose, others need more time to discover... in their own time. Cheers to getting matter how long it takes! emoticon

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LJCANNON 6/5/2012 4:46PM

    emoticonVery good Blog, as usual! I think I am still learning who "Me" is. At least I don't fear meeting me anymore. I did at one time fear that if I met the 'Real Me' she would not be someone I liked.

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1CRAZYDOG 6/5/2012 2:23PM

    What can I say. I think initially we have a loss and feel life can't go on. I know certainly I felt that when my brother died. It is horrible! Little by little I had this voice in me saying that my brother (his name was John) would NOT want me to spend the rest of my life mourning him. Remembering . . . definitely.

So then my job became how to honor his memory. Well several things happened:

1. Got a trust set up @ the library so any donations could be used for the betterment of the library in his name. 30 yrs. later family and friends still remember him on 8 February -- both the date of his birth and the date of his death.

2. He was a totally geeky egghead. So, I figured, what better way to positively remember him and honor him than to go on for my Masters (earned it in 1985 -- Public Health Administration). I wanted to be able to make a difference somehow. That was the ticket!

3. I named our son after him.

So, I hope your daughter-in-law finds some peace. It definitely is unsettling.

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SHARON10002 6/5/2012 11:15AM

    Very insightful, Barb. I'm not where you are, but I know I am on that journey, too.
I hope this helps your daughter-in-law come to a new realization for herself, or at least embarks her on that path to discovering who she is.

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DRB13_1 6/5/2012 10:53AM

    knowing one's tendencies/priorities is crucial, but finding a way to use our gifts in service to others is true living...
my mom is at the age many friends and relatives have passed on, but she has stayed involved socially with volunteering and groups, and has contacts with all ages of people that continue to give her purpose and pleasure.

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MSLZZY 6/5/2012 10:38AM

    There IS a there, there, for each of us. We have to
explore and find it on our own. But this has given
me a lot to consider. So now it is time to find my
path and do it for "me". HUGS!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 6/5/2012 8:34AM

    Wow - what a thought-provoking blog. I fear that I am far from being at the place where you were -- that place where you started making your health a priority. Methinks that I am still living for my sons (who are grown and out of the house). That feeling that I must be all things for all people doesn't leave much room (or time) for me to concentrate on myself. Therein lies the rub. Perhaps that's why I have so many Day 1s without a follow-up Day 2, Day 3, etc.

My hope is that one day, ONE day, my Day 1 will lead to a Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, and eventually get me to that healthy body/mind/soul place where you seem to be resting comfortably.

Great blog!

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KALIGIRL 6/5/2012 8:23AM

    Here's to our essential value - may we not only see it in ourselves, but others too.
Thoughts and prayers to you and your DIL while your precious son is away from you.

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SUNNY332 6/5/2012 8:14AM

    I think a lot of people believe in the "we" but have little belief in the "Me". I do not want anything to happen to my DH but I know because of my Faith that I could go on.

“When you have come to the edge Of all light that you know And are about to drop off into the darkness Of the unknown, Faith is knowing One of two things will happen: There will be something solid to stand on or You will be taught to fly”.

Patrick Overton

I am so glad I have my Faith. I don't know how people who do not have Faith manage the hard times.

Hugs, Sunny

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