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Open Water: what the pool will not train you for!

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Isn't it pretty? This photo and the next two were taken before and at the start of the 1500 meter swim. The one I did, the 750 followed, an hour or so later.

Some things you need to be prepared for: the sighting distance is a whole lot longer than in a 25 yard pool. People warn you of this. You try to prepare, but when you get into it, it's an "aha", anyway.

This is a side-shot of some of the 1500 meter swimmers warming up. When it was my turn, discovered bathtub temperature water in the small lake.
It was done as a running start by countdown / voice command. The first 20 yards was through clumps of seaweed.

You are now a number. But they know your name.

Now let me say a few words about the numbers of participants and the support staff who were superb. And the Cornhusker State Games in general, for that matter. Your state may have such games. If they do, I encourage you to support them as a spectator AND participate, because sporting and fitness is not just for the elite and the handicapped... it's for ordinary folk, too, and that's what *these* games are about!

As you can see in the running start, there were not a whole lot of swimmers in the 1500 meter open water swim. Something like 10. There were 18 in the 750. I know, because I finished 18th. Got a silver medal for my effort, because they *do* age groups.

First thing I discovered was that I was too jumpy and too blind to trust myself at a crawl for very long. I ended up doing side and breast stroke for most of the swim. Second, I think it concerned the safety folks in the boats / kayaks... they kept asking if I was OK. I assured them that I was fine, I did not need a floaty, I could keep this up for a long time... I'm just SLOW!

Second thing was that between body temperatures and lake temperatures, the thing I began to miss almost immediately was my sight. Fogged up goggles. I mean so bad I could not see the next boat much less the buoy that was my target.

Third thing: choppy water, which contributed a lot to my choice of strokes. I just feel calmer at the side stroke and breast stroke. I mixed some crawl in there, but mostly kept on swimming a la Dorrie.

Most triathetes warn you about crowds in the water, people around you. Beyond the first 50 yards, this was not a problem. I was so far behind the pack, it wasn't funny. In the end, I had two boats, one on each side, making sure I didn't drift off course because they were aware (I told them) that I could not see. They kept telling me to go left or right as I would lose sight of the buoy and stroke three times and get turned again. Guardian angels, those ladies in the boats!

And you know what? In the end, I finished under my own power, walking out of the water upright, with a grin on my face, and wanting to do it again, hopefully a little better, next week.

My time? 27:29 for 750 meters. And miles ahead of anyone who stayed on her couch today!

  
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ANDI571 7/23/2012 7:44PM

    You are so awesome! emoticon

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OVERWORKEDJANET 7/23/2012 5:27AM

    Barb, you rock!
You just give me so much confidence in aging beatifully!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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SHARON10002 7/22/2012 11:01PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticonBarb!
You did emoticon! You even won a medal!
You are not miles, but light years ahead of me, girl!
Thanks for the pictures, and you are looking AMAZING!

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WATERMELLEN 7/22/2012 7:42PM

    Miles ahead indeed: sing it out loud, you should be proud!

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SUNNY1432 7/22/2012 1:32PM

    emoticon emoticon congrats on finishing the race ad getting a medal! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 7/22/2012 11:31AM

    Glad to hear it - and glad to hear you were able to practice before next week - will join those watching over you next week!

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SLENDERELLA61 7/22/2012 8:35AM

    WOW! Impressive. So glad you did it -- yourself -- mile ahead of all those on the couch. And you look AWESOME! Totally buff!! Way to go!!! -Marsha

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ALOHAEV1 7/22/2012 7:51AM

    emoticon I'd say your test swim was a success. emoticon

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WONDERFUL2BME 7/22/2012 4:06AM

    Great job! I heard that motion sickness can plague people who swim open water from the land looking like it is bobbing up and down. Did that bother you at all?

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_LINDA 7/22/2012 12:33AM

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Well done Barb! Miles ahead of most people I know!


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MSLZZY 7/21/2012 11:46PM

    Definitely miles ahead of me! AWESOME!

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KARIDIAN1 7/21/2012 9:38PM

    Congrats- you did it! I saw the picture of you with the glasses and wondered if you swam with them. Then I read about the goggles, and not being able to see. I would be exactly in the same situation, and i would probably swim away from shore, or in circles. Good thing you had guides to keep an eye on you.

The pictures were great. And you look great.

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BARBAELLEN 7/21/2012 9:05PM

    Girl, are you ever persistent! I love your documentary, and I love your sense of adventure. Really enjoyed this blog.

. . . and, dang, do you ever look great in a swim suit! :)

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MOBYCARP 7/21/2012 8:55PM

    You're ahead of your brother in swimming this year; I don't think I've been in a pool, let alone attempted open water.

Good for you, getting out there and preparing for that tri!

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ON2VICTORY 7/21/2012 7:14PM

    way to go my friend. YUP, the pool will only give you a feel for the water but nothing will prepare you for the challenges of open water.Like you, I used the side stroke when my heart rate was getting high and was getting a little tired.. sort of like a run/walk interval. It helped me get my HR down and allowed me to recover enough to start a crawl again.

My tri suit worked just fine too. I was wearing a one piece unit and it was great also on the bike and run.

Also, the swim start was like getting tossed into a blender, elbows and heels everywhere. The side stroke was more for self defense than it was a necessity at the start.

I found that alternating strokes also helps if the chop gets to be too much and it prevents panic in the water. More than once I would breathe in the crawl only to get a face full and miss a breath. Switching up helped me regain control and offer a little extra sighting as well.

I also found that having tined goggles works well. things were great going out to the buoy but when we turned back into the sun, the glare washed everything out and you could only catch glimses of your exit area...

Keep going my friend... :)

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LJCANNON 7/21/2012 4:05PM

    emoticonDorie would be so proud of You!!! Congratulations on your Achievement!! Talk about Stepping (Swimming!!) out of your Comfort Zone!!
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LEANJEAN6 7/21/2012 3:08PM

    Hi Barb-I just showed my husband your fat picture and he finds it unbelievable how you used to look-Keep up the good work! --Hope you enjoyed yer swim in the open water!-Lynda

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OPTIMIST1948 7/21/2012 12:55PM

    You succinctly explained exactly what happened to me on my tri. Vacation next week at a lake with loads of family and boats. Plan on working on it. Nice numbers!

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EBEAMS 7/21/2012 12:27PM

    That's awesome! You are incredible!

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NEWKAREN43 7/21/2012 12:16PM

    What a fantastic inspirational blog! I honestly have tears in my eyes, I'm so happy for you, I can feel your glow of pride! Wonderful! This was a great experience to learn it, feel it, get one with it and know the support you have! I love this! Hugs to you and thank you for sharing your journey with us.
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MIZCATHI 7/21/2012 12:05PM

    Congratulations - what a tremendous accomplishment.

Wash your goggles with your own spit the next time, and plenty of it. Gross, but it definitely works!

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1CRAZYDOG 7/21/2012 12:01PM

  One word: AWESOME!!!!! Hugs to you. You are such an inspiration.

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Yesterday, today, and tomorrow...

Friday, July 20, 2012

I got the training plan covered yesterday with the pool swim in the morning before work, and a 45 minute treadmill walk in the evening (as opposed to walking in 100 degree outdoors).

This morning I woke to disturbing news stories that I had to turn off, as they brought back echoes of feelings that were just too... to relive. I took on day five of the meditation challenge, calming myself before heading to work.

After work, picked up my packets for the Cornhusker State Games activities, tomorrow's Open Water Swim and next weekend's Sprint distance Triathlon. Came home to find that my rental wetsuit was waiting at the local FedEx drop. I went and got it, and wrestled my way into it. OK, sizing good... strips off easier than it goes on, which is good from a competition point of view.

The opening ceremonies for the games are soon to start... I didn't go last year, as I was doing the 10K Volkswalk early the next morning, like as soon as it would open! I'm thinking I might just go now, though.

  
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SUNNYWBL 7/28/2012 5:41PM

    You continue to amaze me! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 7/21/2012 8:40AM

    Ready to go - woohoo!

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MSLZZY 7/21/2012 8:39AM

    Have a wonderful day! HUGS!

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    Have a great time! You'll be awesome! emoticon

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MIZCATHI 7/21/2012 7:34AM

    You've worked so hard to train for this event - hope everything goes off without a hitch! I am happy for you.

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PUDLECRAZY 7/21/2012 7:12AM

    Wishing you the best!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 7/21/2012 6:52AM

    i am exercising vicariously through you. emoticon

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_LINDA 7/21/2012 12:52AM

    This is a good sign things are coming together for you -awesome with the wet suit!!
All the best with the Open Water Swim -bet you will rock it -just visualize its just you and the water -and Jaws coming up behind you, that will get your motor rnning ;)
Swim, Barb SWIM!!
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LJCANNON 7/21/2012 12:17AM

    emoticonJust reading about your Training Schedule makes me tired!!
emoticonCongratulations on the wetsuit!! Glad that it arrived on time and that it FITS!!
emoticonGood Luck tomorrow!!

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SUNNY1432 7/20/2012 11:39PM

    Sound like you have fun-filled days ahead! Keep working hard! emoticon

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ANDI571 7/20/2012 10:06PM

    I love your enthusiasm. emoticon

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BARBAELLEN 7/20/2012 10:03PM

    You are amazing! Wishing you good luck and, more important, a wonderful time!
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KARIDIAN1 7/20/2012 9:52PM

    Sounds like you are getting all ready and prepared for anything.

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OPTIMIST1948 7/20/2012 9:19PM

    Busy, busy busy! Good luck,but I dont think you need it. Let us know how everything goes!

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1CRAZYDOG 7/20/2012 9:00PM

  It's getting closer! Wishing you good luck, Barb. You've really worked so hard.

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LEANJEAN6 7/20/2012 8:26PM

    Wow! You are so dedicated!--so good!!! Enjoy the open water swim to-morrow--Lynda emoticon

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Now that I've tried it on all three sports: tri suit review

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Of course, the one I bought on line is not the only such suit available. But for those who commented about comfort: it is comfy except for ONE troublesome feature. The built in bra is hard to clip and hard to keep the netting from twisting. It worked OK for the bike but that bra made it hard to make a potty stop "quick".

I wore it running Tuesday after work in the heat, and between that feature and the camel back water I carried, I ended up with a rub-cut right where the built in bra strap twists if you don't get it "just so".

This morning, before wearing it for a swim... I took my sewing scissors (I have sewing scissors even though I don't sew)... and snipped that feature right out of the suit. I substituted an ImpactFitnessWear (R) Signature sports bra under the tri suit for my swim and I think I have the solution now!

So... for fashion statement... great. For wicking, terrific. For the built in bra? F-

Could it have been a "size" issue? I don't think so, I think it's material for the use. Other than that, great suit.

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SLENDERELLA61 7/22/2012 7:21PM

    Good for you for fixing the problem! I didn't even now they made tri suits. So glad to know they do. Makes sense. Glad you've got one that will work for you now.

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ALOHAEV1 7/20/2012 9:03AM

    Ouch on the rub cut, Hooray you found a solution.

Makes you wonder who actually tests these suits or what are they thinking. Aren't you glad you didn't get rid of those scissors. Glad you found a great substitute, sure many of us have filed this away for future needs.



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EBEAMS 7/19/2012 10:35PM

    Hurray for you for being a solution girl instead of a complainer! I love that!

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WATERMELLEN 7/19/2012 9:01PM

    I'm big on snipping out anything that's uncomfortable including those pesky neck or side seam tags. I do have 3 golf shirts with built in bras which are just right for me: but I'm kinda "underendowed". When you're a serious athlete like you: if it's not feeling good it's gotta go!

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LEANJEAN6 7/19/2012 7:47PM

    Well, you are innovative--Wonderful Barb!!! emoticon

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_LINDA 7/19/2012 7:41PM

    Way to fix the problem! I can never wear built ins, doesn't work for me so couldn't buy one that has them. The bane of women's workout suits and swim suits -needing a bathroom quick -grr. My workout clothes as a consequence, are all loose and baggy style. For the pool, I wear a bra top and a pair of small boys track shorts -works for me lol.
Spark on!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 7/19/2012 7:39PM

    Yet another skill demonstrated! emoticon

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ANDI571 7/19/2012 1:58PM

    It's amazing what you can do with a pair of scissors emoticon

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NYKIMMIE 7/19/2012 11:15AM

    Sounds like you created the perfect suit,giggle. Enjoy the day!

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1CRAZYDOG 7/19/2012 10:24AM

  Wonderful that you found a solution. I always have trouble with the built in type bra systems, but you have the right solution!!

Hugs!

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KARIDIAN1 7/19/2012 9:59AM

    If it works and makes it more comfortable you did the right thing.

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OPTIMIST1948 7/19/2012 9:59AM

    I have large "girls" and found that I needed extra support during my tri. Rarely do "built-ins" support me. My solution was just to wear my super bra under the swimsuit. Money is an object, so I'm not getting a tri suit this year, but perhaps next. Thank you for your review as it gives me Things To Look For When Shopping.

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HEALTHYOTTER 7/19/2012 9:40AM

    Thanks for the info! Are you planning to bring your camelback on the tri? I was missing mine when I did the run part.

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MSLZZY 7/19/2012 9:39AM

    You can always modify it to suit for need AND
comfort. It wouldn't be the first time I fixed an
article of clothing for comfort. Hope all goes well
today! HUGS!

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KALIGIRL 7/19/2012 8:50AM

    Love it! Necessity IS the mother of invention!

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Happy Birthday, Son!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

28 years ago today, I became a mother. This is probably the single strongest motivation to get healthy that can exist on the planet. If we want to be there for our kids, we need to first take care of our own bodies. When my boy was about five years old, I marked the beginning of getting serious about getting my weight (and my eating habits) under control.

I was concerned, at that time, that if anything happened to him... a fall on a playground was what came to mind... I would not be able to get to him promptly, help him... be a good mom!

I did not succeed permanently the first time, as I recently told a beginning Sparker. A lot of us don't. So if you happen to lapse, don't find yourself an "A" student right out of the chute, struggle a bit, or whatever... know that you aren't alone. And know that it doesn't matter, in the long run. What matters is getting back up and continuing the journey.

Every day is a new chance... every moment holds the potential of a better decision. We only live one moment, one decision at a time.

Today, my son is half a world away. Now I'm taking care of my health knowing full well it won't help me "get to him" to rescue him... but knowing that worrying about his mom's health would only put him more at risk than his mission already does.

So, Son, today, may you have a smooth and easy birthday. And know you are in your mom's thoughts every day, not just today.

  
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LADY_BREN 7/20/2012 11:59PM

    Great blog post
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ALOHAEV1 7/20/2012 9:09AM

    How did I miss this celebration??? emoticon

I'll just keep the party going with Best Wishes for many many more emoticon

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CONCHA77 7/19/2012 9:36AM

    Happy Belated birthday to your son, Barb. emoticon

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SUNNY332 7/19/2012 9:06AM

    Hello and Happy Belated BD to your Son. His BD was the same day as Dad's.

Awesome!



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COMETER 7/18/2012 8:03PM

    Happy Birthday to your son! And may he have many happy returns of the day.


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MIZCATHI 7/18/2012 5:54PM

    Our children's BD is so important to us as their mother. Your son is so lucky to have you, especially healthy so that you are less of a worry or burden at this time in his life!

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WILMASOTO 7/18/2012 5:23PM

    Happy Birthday to your son and thank you so much! You are so truely amazing and such an inspiration!! Your son is surely proud of his mom and so are we!! emoticon

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MAGGIEROSEBOWL 7/18/2012 12:45PM

    You are one wise lady. Happy birthday to your son. My oldest son (I have 3) will be 40 next month. Now that is scary. When your kid is 40, there is no way you can consider yourself anything but OLD. But I don't feel old.

Casey Koff sent me to you, trying to encourage me to get back on track. She said you were a shining example, and indeed you are!

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1CRAZYDOG 7/18/2012 12:44PM

  Awwww, tears shed reading your blog! That's my motivation to continue on the path of healthy living as well. As our kids get older, you're right . . . we're not in the position always to "be there" physically to catch them if they fall. But I know as Mom's we sure move heaven and earth (and then some) to "be there" for them in other ways that require us to maintain our health too. To say the least, I have found out just how very important it is for me to do this for ME too!

Barb, sending your dear son the most sincere Happy Birthday Wishes and thanks for what he's doing.

HUGS to all our soldiers and us . . . the parents and families of our military personnel. God bless us all.

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LEANJEAN6 7/18/2012 8:20AM

    Happy Birthday Barb's son!!!! Enjoyed yer blog---
and-----"'The number of times you fall down is irrelevant. The number of times yuou have the courage to get back up is what matters.""
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VITCHY-VICKI 7/18/2012 7:10AM

    Barb hard to have our kids have a birthday when they are at war both my kids have had to celebrate theirs over there too in fact my son Samuel's will be Aug 19 and he will be in AFG this will be the third time he has to have a birthday in the war zone - so please tell your son emoticonfrom the Luebbes and also tell him emoticonfor serving
God's Blessings
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_LINDA 7/18/2012 1:12AM

    Happy birthday to your son! Such a tender age to be fighting a war. I do not envy the constant worry you must have for your only child.
You are indeed a good Mom to want to be healthy so you can always be there for him when he returns..

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KARIDIAN1 7/17/2012 11:24PM

    Happy Birthday to your son, and congrats to you for being such a great mom.

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MSLZZY 7/17/2012 11:19PM

    Prayers for him, for safety and a return to his
mother and his life here. Prayers for you-for
strength and courage. HUGS!

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EBEAMS 7/17/2012 10:29PM

    Many prayers for his continued safety and for you! A good mom is a great blessing ... and children are surely one of the biggest blessings of all! :)

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MNTWINSGAL 7/17/2012 10:13PM

    Aw, nice blog, Barb. Happy Birthday to your son - I know he is your world. I hope you celebrated too.

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ANDI571 7/17/2012 9:29PM

    Happy Birthday to your son Barb, and hugs to you as you have to be away from him.

I think also of getting healthy so I won't be a burden to my daughter someday as I get older. There are things that are out of our control, but other things we can do to keep this ole body moving smoothly. There were times with my own dad that I wished he would have just taken control of in his health. So hopefully Kel will never have that thought.

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NEWKAREN43 7/17/2012 9:24PM

    Many blessings and bajillions more happy birthdays to your son! And my thanks to you and him for his service. Know he is in my thoughts, not just today but every day. Hugs to you Mom. Karen

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JILLITA55 7/17/2012 9:21PM

    My brothers b-day is today also. Happy to you!

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Rest day and meditation

Monday, July 16, 2012

The Chopra center is starting a new freebie 21 day meditation challenge today. My friend KALIGIRL blogged about it, and she had started me on the one last year, too, so I was looking forward to my moments of peaceful meditation this morning. It did not disappoint.

For me, there seems to be a natural balance between activity and quiet reflection. Anything that sets my focus on my breathing can put me in a meditative mode (which is why I lose track of those laps in the pool, my mind has gone somewhere else).

Looking forward to this challenge in particular because it will last beyond my athletic outings. I'm thinking it will be a very good thing to have in the third week, the week after the tri, as a transition to "whatever comes next"... to be open to that, to letting go and ready to grow.

Life is good. May yours be balanced and full, and may you embrace that fullness. emoticon

  
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OPTIMIST1948 7/17/2012 7:29PM

    What a lovely idea...

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KARIDIAN1 7/16/2012 11:44PM

    Go for it!

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_LINDA 7/16/2012 10:35PM

    Sounds like the same one GIANTPANDA is blogging about too -this is something I really need to get into. My life is all go, go, go. No wonder I have trouble sleeping!!
May you find that perfect balance of peace, work, fitness and fun!

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1CRAZYDOG 7/16/2012 9:48PM

  Sounds like a wonderful plan, Barb!

I have consciously done fcused breathing and it really does help me get "centered."

Good luck on your new venture!

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LEANJEAN6 7/16/2012 8:21PM

    Wow-You are so good to try new things!---- I know it will work--Hiow can it not??--- Meditate --It will make you live longer! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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WATERMELLEN 7/16/2012 8:13PM

    Good balance!! Sounds like perfect timing . . . .

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ANDI571 7/16/2012 6:20PM

    I have tried to meditate, and my mind goes in 100 different directions. Meditate for me too. emoticon

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