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Listen to the body, adjust the plan

Friday, June 29, 2012

After work yesterday, as planned, went to my sister's house and tried out her bike. It's a Trek 7300, nice and cushy... those shock absorbers on this hybrid took me by surprise at first. The gear shift on one side is backwards from the way mine works, but it is a twist shift like mine is, so with minor adjustments to my mindset, easily ridable.

One thing I found was that she has an extra gear, compared to my bike... mine is 3 x 7... hers is 3 x 8. I shifted up to the 3 almost at once, and got it up to the highest at some point on my 30 minute ride. Of course, riding from her house instead of mine, I got to cruise through some different terrain, always a joy. Saw several other crazy people out being active in the heat.

The heat, by the way: radio said the heat index was 107, as I was on my way from work to her house, and the actual temp was only 93. So you know it was steamy. I took my water bottle along, of course!

I got back to Sis's house, surrendered the bike, changed to my billed cap, grabbed the water bottle (refilled) and took off on foot, slathering sunblock on. From her house it's a matter of a few blocks to a part of the half-marathon route (the HILL), but I crossed the road there, and found my way to the starting point of a bike path. I kept the "jog/run" portion of the brick down to 10 minutes, allowing 20 to walk it on out... only doing a couple of 1-minute jogs at intervals in that bit.

When I got back to her house, toweled off, stretched, and paused for a nice visit. She had done her workout for the day in the relative cool of the morning, and she's getting ready to go visit her daughter. So we just sat and chatted, playing catch up... then I came home to a relatively late for me supper.

One pleasant thing I found in my mailbox was a letter from my son's commander over in AFG. It started out with words to make a mom's heart soar: "Your son rocks!" I am impressed with this commander. This is the second hand-written letter I have received from her... DIL has received her own.

This morning, my body is telling me a few things: 1) I sit on my sister's bike slightly differently than on my own, and in turn, my shoulders are excercised differently OR 2) The strength workout I did Wednesday after work was adding to the shoulders' response; and 3) something in the air is giving my sinus passages a hard time. Ugh!

Anyway, the adjustment for today is to defer the 1000 yard swim until after work. Once again, there will be more bodies in the water, and I might even make this an outdoor swim... more "acclimating" to eventual conditions I will have to perform in, a brief four weeks in the future.

Life is good. Spark on! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SHARON10002 7/10/2012 9:14PM

    emoticonto your son! Sounds like he is doing an amazing job!!! Careful of the heat yourself. . . You were out there, too!

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ALOHAEV1 6/30/2012 12:31PM

    That is sooooo cool, a letter from the Commander! It's those little touches that keep her squad going...

My sinuses are so gunked up thrown my equillibrium off, couldn't manage the eliptical the other day. So that crud is everywhere.

Gee when I grow up I want to be a dedicated athlete like you. But then I'd have to grown up and it's too late for that so maybe I should strive to just move and groove it!

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_LINDA 6/30/2012 1:19AM

    Awesome workout, awesom son and note -life is indeed good, pool in the heat sounds like perfect timing -enjoy your swim and have a great long weekend!!

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KARIDIAN1 6/29/2012 11:03PM

    Don't overdo in the heat. We have been taking it easy since it has been in the 90,s here in MN. Still haven't cut the lawn this week, just so hot and dry.

Good luck with the bike. Make sure it fits you if you ride it a lot.

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HEALTHYOTTER 6/29/2012 8:37PM

    Spark on, indeed! Love the note about your son. Thanks for reminding me to slather on that sunblock! Did you reach a decision about the bike?

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SHEILA-45 6/29/2012 11:03AM

    WOO-HOO!!! You rock! Look at you go... that is amazing.

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It's always a treat to hear others compliment our children. Kudos to your son on his success.


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1CRAZYDOG 6/29/2012 9:01AM

    You rocked the day1 And how awesome to receive such a wonderful letter HANDWRITTEN from your son's commander!!!

Have to admit, it's just those simple things in life that make the heart soar isn't it! Kudos to you and your son. Way to go.

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ANDI571 6/29/2012 8:21AM

    I agree fully, listening to ones body is just as important as the plan we have. Be careful in that heat. They say you don't always know it is getting you until you are inside.

That is so great that your son's commander writes you. I think he rocks because he was taught from the best. You rock in my book also. emoticon

Comment edited on: 6/29/2012 8:22:10 AM

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LEANJEAN6 6/29/2012 8:12AM

    107 swounds pretty hot to me!--Take it easy Barb in the heat!!--Your enthusiasm is contagious tho!--*S*--I enjoy yer blogs--Lynda

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MIZCATHI 6/29/2012 8:04AM

    Reading your blogs on this upcoming event is fascinating for me. On the one hand, I think - how does she have time for all this? And on the other, I realize, we have to MAKE time to challenge ourselves physically, and thereby the art of priorities. I always learn a lot from your blogs, even about myself and my own responses!

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PARKERB2 6/29/2012 7:41AM

    Be careful in the heat. You don't want to overdo it. Other than that, have a great day no matter what you do.

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MSLZZY 6/29/2012 7:40AM

    Always on the go and it seems that nothing slows you down.
Have a wonderful weekend. That letter sounds like you
have raised your son right and others see it. HUGS!

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KALIGIRL 6/29/2012 7:35AM

    Outdoor swim sounds like just the ticket.
Not only does the DS rock - so does his mom!
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Almost as an afterthought

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Thinking about preparing for the open water swim leg, I went out looking for places I might practice, and had a "doh!" moment. The same games (Cornhusker State Games) host an open water swim event, a week before the triathlon event. On the same course. Doh! Indeed.

So, last night I signed up for it. I'll be swimming the same distance, hopefully the same course, a week before the main event. I won't care about my finish time, I will care about becoming acclimated to the conditions. Done and done.

Going to be a scorcher here today, too... but I have a brick on the schedule. Here's to staying hydrated and taking it a little easier on my ride and run legs, since I can't do that all before work, and will be pushed out into the heat. Think of it as stress training. The day itself is bound to be better conditions!

emoticon emoticon emoticon Life is good. Spark on! emoticon

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SHARON10002 7/10/2012 9:11PM

    You're such a super sleuth! emoticon

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ALOHAEV1 6/29/2012 7:14AM

    Brillant idea!

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WATERMELLEN 6/28/2012 10:13PM

    So clever of you!! Hydration during the practice swim might not be an issue . . . .

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SLENDERELLA61 6/28/2012 8:23PM

    That's great that you found a practice swim race just where and when you needed it. Be careful in that heat. Our HM in Nov could be a bit warm, so it may be really good practice for that as well. Your plan to slow down a bit and stay hydrated is right on.

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SUNNY332 6/28/2012 8:05PM

    Well, that certainly worked out well.

Good for you!


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1CRAZYDOG 6/28/2012 10:40AM

    Take care in this heat!!

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KALIGIRL 6/28/2012 8:17AM

    Take care in the heat!
Glad you found a practice run and in the same spot - emoticon

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Two a day today

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Swam my 1000 yards before work this morning, and felt good about it. I thought about going outdoors for that swim, but they don't turn on the lights out there, and I wimped out, figuring what I really need to do is find a lake in which to practice some open water swimming... and a swimming buddy to go with me, for safety, sometime before the main event.

Right now, I have the championship swimmers on the TV (Olympic trials). It's being done right up the road in Omaha, so I could in theory even get tickets and go watch in person... but my goodness, those guys look incredible, don't they?

It's HOT outside here today, the radio on the way home from work was saying 102 degrees F. I overcame my inner slug and stopped at the gym and did my trainer's #2 workout. I'm very pleased with myself for sneaking in some weight training with all the TRI other cardio workouts.

And... we're halfway through the work week! Life's good. Spark on. emoticon

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LJCANNON 6/28/2012 7:28PM

    emoticonFabulous Idea to swim inside or with a Partner!! It sounds like Training is coming along well.
emoticonI hope you get to go to Omaha, those Swimmers make it look "EASY"!!

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MAGGIE101857 6/28/2012 7:03AM

    You continue to be an inspiration!!!

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LEANJEAN6 6/28/2012 6:49AM

    We are watching the Swim Trials every night--love it! Strong looking swimmers!

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KARIDIAN1 6/27/2012 10:02PM

    Hit the 90's here in MN. We wimped out and didn't walk. Supposed to be cooler on Thursday.

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1CRAZYDOG 6/27/2012 9:26PM

    Way to go1 It was hot here too, but I worked in my garden and did my walking early this morning . . . I mean around 7 am! didn't have any early appointments today so decided to get 'er done!

Keep up the great work!!!!

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SHARON10002 6/27/2012 8:56PM

    I'd drive up to Omaha and see if I could get some inside advice. . .
You are one OBSESSED woman!!!! emoticonyou on! Give ma a quarter of your "oomph" and "drive"!

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_LINDA 6/27/2012 8:45PM

    Well done! Can't imagine wanting to do much of anything in that heat except hit the pool and not to workout either.. Good for you getting it done!!

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SLENDERELLA61 6/27/2012 8:40PM

    Can't believe how hot you are. We are really fairly comfy here in FL, although we've had an incredible amount of rain in the past 4 days.

I can believe how good you are doing on your training. I sense your deep commitment to being really prepared for the tri. You are going to do so good! Your idea to find a swim partner for the outdoor swim is a very good one. Some practice before the event will increase your confidence for sure and maybe your physical preparation as well.

Life is good. You are so right!! I bet, like me, that 20, 30, 40, 50 years ago, you would have never thought you'd be an athlete now! It is awesome!!

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DIANNEMT 6/27/2012 8:38PM

    Training for an Iron Man? Crazy person!! My brother has done them--then hurt his knee in Feb so hasn't done much till June. Hope you finish!! Good luck!!

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That was then, this is now

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

I went to one of my events, and being me, started reading slogans on T-shirts. This one struck me: "Your workout is OUR warm-up".

Well, I could rephase that: "today's workout is tomorrow's warm-up". Or "Yesteryear's workout is today's warm-up".

Seriously, fitness is cumulative. Beginners, take heart if all you can do right now is something a "real" exerciser would just use as a warm-up. Someday, if you keep at it... it WILL be your warm-up.

It is now Summertime, for real. Temperatures are climbing into the 90's (F) and threatening to top the century mark tomorrow. Today was a running day, and not wanting to run in the after work 90's temperatures, I cajoled my body out of bed and out the door.

I did my full 9-minute warm up - 5 minutes brisk walk, followed by a minute jog, minute walk, twice, then started "running easy". The training plan said I was supposed to run 9 minutes, walk 45 seconds for the remainder of the run... I had not been doing the walking breaks, but this morning I decided I would give them a nod... and put in 30 second walking breaks at those spots.

Deal is: as I was running, being me, those random thoughts popped into my head. It dawned on me that things about my thought pattern related to the run have changed!

What's your thought / motivation when you look at your watch, for example? Used to be, I was thinking .oO(OMG, how much longer do I have to keep doing this before a break?) This morning, I found myself thinking .oO(I have X minutes left... how much farther can I go in that time?)

And I noticed something: my breathing was easier. And I found myself experimenting with lengthening my stride. Focusing on running quietly (something my trainer mentioned last winter).

And when I got to the end of the run, into the cool-down walk, it dawned on me I felt GOOOOD! I may be making the turn from jogger to runner? Is that even possible? Time will tell!

In any case, life is good here with the patriotic oats and the Spark coffee mug. Hope it's the same with all of you! Spark on! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SHARON10002 6/27/2012 8:59PM

    I find myself in wondering how long before it's over - haven't turned that corner. . .

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KALIGIRL 6/27/2012 8:30AM

    "life is good here with the patriotic oats and the Spark coffee mug" - glad to hear it my friend - sounds like every day you are getting stronger and I shall join you soon!

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MEDDYPEDDY 6/27/2012 1:16AM

    Envy you there... I have to admit that however consistant I have become in walking running or swimming I have never got to the point of chnged thinking, I just want it to be done, I just donīt like cardio!

Happy for you!

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LJCANNON 6/27/2012 1:02AM

    emoticonYes, it is amazing when I realize how much my Thought Process has changed!! It is kind of hard to believe taht it is ME!!

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WATERMELLEN 6/26/2012 10:43PM

    What an inspiring blog! So cool that you have become so fit! Loved your comments on my eating disorders blog too, thank you!

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KARIDIAN1 6/26/2012 9:35PM

    You go girl!

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COMETER 6/26/2012 8:50PM

    Exercise--it can be fun! What a good thing.

Feels good.

And good to be open to a new point of view about it.

Thanks for posting!

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SUNNY332 6/26/2012 8:43PM

    Oh wow - I relate. Last year, I was biking at a 1 and 2 resistance - this year, I am on 4 and plan on being at level 5 by July 1st (right around the corner. The one and two is now my warm up...

Progress is being made on all fronts.

Woop - Woop - Woolp!

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SHEILA-45 6/26/2012 1:49PM

    WOW! I hope to be where you are someday... I'm still in the walking mode. Your enthusiasm is contagious! WOO-HOO! emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 6/26/2012 11:29AM

    YES! I power walk and my thought in the beginning -- P-L-E-A-S-E let this be over soon as I'd look @ my watch. Quit wearing my watch for awhile. My thoughts gradually turned to be much like yours! Ho much farther can I make in the time frame! Now I can wear the watch for the RIGHT reasons.

Love your sense of adventure and perseverance. You can do it!!

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MNTWINSGAL 6/26/2012 10:33AM

    Yea Barb! It looks like you have indeed turned a corner!

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EBEAMS 6/26/2012 8:51AM

    It holds true that if we don't look over our shoulders once in a while to see where we started out from, nothing ever seems like "enough". But taking the time to evaluate where we started from, where we are now and where we are headed is hugely important! It gives a snapshot of reality ... Keep up your fabulous work! By the way, I loved the "run 9 mins" and then take a walk break cycle. It made the 1/2 not so grueling!

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MIZCATHI 6/26/2012 8:41AM

    These changes you are experiencing are awesome! I love it when that happens. Yesterday when I visited friends at the building where I worked just 3 weeks ago (they have vacated now), I noted that I walked up 3 flights of stairs without the slightest twinge. 3 years ago that activity was a struggle. It's the small things that were once gigantic that add up to fitness - thanks for the reminder!

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_LINDA 6/26/2012 8:35AM

    Isn't it awesome to be fit and fabulous?? You rock!!
So agree with culmulitive fitness :) When I was in Radium Hot Springs, I did four hikes up a steep mountain (its near the top in the middle of the mountains so not much choice lol) and just getting up to our hotel room meant climbing up a steep incline. My Mom said she had soreness in her calves the first two days she was there. The old guy who owned the motel took one look at me and thought I would be hurting the next day too, (I was tired from my usual lack of sleep, not the hikes) but I wasn't, not even a twinge :) All those step classes had paid off! But one error my Mom makes is she never stretches after a hike, and I wasn't going to make the same mistake.
I do so envy you the freedom of jogging/running as that is something I will never be able to do, as its too hard on my joints. I make due with my short bursts of high intensity cardio to give me that rush :)
Enjoy your wonderful body and have a great day!

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DZDAZR2BGR8T 6/26/2012 7:52AM

    Love your enthusiasm...and yes, it is progressive & my outlook as changed as I've progressed along my healthy journey...thanks for sharing....what's your background Pic??? emoticon

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Rest Day and patriotic breakfast

Monday, June 25, 2012

The fresh fruits (blueberries and strawberries both) are in season here, and I just had to show off my breakfast, because it almost qualifies in the "food as art" category today.

It's a rest day on the training schedule, and I am ready for it. I have plans for the week ahead, part of which is doing my brick workout (Thursday) from my sister's house. I love my bike, you see. I don't want to change its tires. But my sister has a hybrid bike, that would be better for the tri... if it fits me and I can adapt to it.

So, Thursday after work, I'm going to go do the front half of my brick on her bike from her house, then run in her neighborhood. HINT: Changing things up also alleviates getting bored with the training workouts.

If things go well, I will borrow her bike the week of the race, get it tuned up, and ride it for my bike leg. For those of you who were wondering what happened to the plan to ride son's bike for that leg (also a hybrid, and one I've ridden before)... that's still a back up plan. But this one is a women's bike and there are slight differences. I figure I'm also exploring my options, getting information in case one day I might want to add a second bike to my garage. And as a bonus, I get to see my sister before she leaves to spend the 4th with her daughter's family.

Saw one of my other sisters and family yesterday afternoon (between my bike workout and my evening "active recovery" brisk walk). We went to the Melodramas, hosted by my brother in law. My sister was in an impish mood and taunted the villian. emoticon Warning: if you're gonna taunt the villian in a melodrama, be prepared by wearing washable clothing. You might just find yourself covered in emoticon popcorn when he retaliates! Short version: a good time was had by all.

The cream on top? E-mail and IM's from son. What more could a mom want from a weekend?

Life is good. Spark on! emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 6/26/2012 10:46PM

    Mmmmmmm. Love my berries too (generaly with fat free Greek yogourt). The local strawberries are the best!!

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KARIDIAN1 6/25/2012 11:54PM

    Nice looking breakfast! Good luck on the bike hunt. I do like my recumbent bicycle. The Melodramas sound fun.

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SHARON10002 6/25/2012 9:32PM

    Love your patriotic breakfast? Do you have ESP? My blog for today was about berries! Great minds think alike! Love those emails, IMs and calls from our sons (or daughters)! Just makes us moms glow. . .
Hope your sister's bike works out for you! Have a great week!!!! Sounds like it's gonna be a hot one!

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COMPUCATHY 6/25/2012 9:26PM

    Sounds like and EXCELLENT, EXCELLENT weekend! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon

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EBEAMS 6/25/2012 8:14PM

    Good for you! I love bricks ... I need to do them more often! In fact, I'm thinking I might do one in the morning ... There you go! Inspiring me again!

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LEANJEAN6 6/25/2012 7:34PM

    Wow--nice looking breakfast--I am happy to read that you ""sorta"" rest once in awhile--*S*--- Thanks for all the support --I do appreciate it so much-Lynda

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HEALTHYOTTER 6/25/2012 4:23PM

    Yea for hearing from your son. I love the strawberries artistically arranged in breakfast. I switced from a mountain bike to hybrid road bike. My time went from 8 min mile on MTB to 5 min mile on hybrid, with way less effort. I also love that my new bike is the correct frame size for me, women's XS. Now if I can just get used to those pesky clip-pedals! You're such an inspiration!

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_LINDA 6/25/2012 3:28PM

    What a wonderful weekend!! Glad you had such a great one! Not sure what you mean by a hybrid bike, but would have thought one you were used to would be best..
I am always have blueberries and strawberries for breakfast -they are my favorites, and I also have a banana, makes the best fruit shake!
Enjoy your rest day -you earned it!

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SLENDERELLA61 6/25/2012 12:23PM

    Life is good! And you are so into it!! Hope that sister's bike fits you like a glove . Looking forward to hearing all about your tri training and tri experience. Don't know that I'd ever want to do one, but I never say never. You are doing a great job of blogging to share your excitement and commitment. Take care. Enjoy your rest day. You certainly deserve it!!

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1CRAZYDOG 6/25/2012 12:13PM

    Yeah for the IM and e-mail from your son! Definitely the creme de la creme for the weekend.

Your Melodrama made me laugh out loud! My brother and I just cannot behave like adults when we're together!! LOL

Good luck with your training today! What an inspiration!

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MIZCATHI 6/25/2012 10:50AM

    Reading your blogs makes me want to push myself a bit more... from the background page of athletes in their wet suits, to the celebration of the summer with your red, white, and blue theme, to discussions on which bike feels better for your upcoming athletic event.

It makes me realize that the power in me does exist, and that I just need to do it. Doing it is what counts.

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MNTWINSGAL 6/25/2012 10:46AM

    Sounds like a fun, productive weekend!

And I love your red-white-and-blue breakfast!

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SUNNY1432 6/25/2012 9:12AM

    It sounds like you had a wonderful weekend and have a busy week planned. Good luck and thanks for sharing the picture, I may have to change my breakfast plan. emoticon

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TWO-TOO-MUCH 6/25/2012 9:05AM

    Your breakfast looks delicious -- have a great Monday!

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LJCANNON 6/25/2012 8:48AM

    emoticonSounds like an Awesome weekend, and I love that your Sister taunted the Villain!! I love the shows where they interact with the audience members.
emoticonIt is always a good idea to have a 'Plan B' and I am looking forward to hearing more about your Tri.
emoticonYour Breakfast looks so good I don't even want to talk about it!! I am already drooling on the computer (and I am at Work!!)

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JENNIFERH625 6/25/2012 8:13AM

    That looks delicious!

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SUNNY332 6/25/2012 8:06AM

    I love melodramas but like you - know you should not taunt the villain. What fun!

Enjoy your rest day. Loved the Patriotic Breakfast.

Awesome that you heard from your soldier over the weekend. That would be the cream on the top of everything else.

Have a Marvelous Monday!

Hugs, Sunny

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AZMOMXTWO 6/25/2012 7:50AM

  emoticon emoticon sounds like it was a good time

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