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Weather moderated... second long run

Saturday, August 11, 2012

What a glorious morning it was for a run. Temperature had moderated down to the 50's... it was cool but not cold. I started out about quarter after nine, with my full camel back, snack on board because I intended to be out for about two hours.

I picked my route carefully so that there would be a variety of surfaces, some hard, some softer. I included park-scapes, past the dog run, around a lake, along bike paths, through a playground, back down a different set of bike trails through another park, then picked up a portion of our local half marathon route through a neighborhood of stately old homes and churches, before getting back to the dam that formed that original lake, up its face and through some more parks to home. Total mileage: 10.6 miles. Time, 2 hours and nine minutes, including warm up and cool down.

I jogged intervals, walked intervals, varying the times of each. I had my snack at the far end of the route, on the way back. I greeted fellow exercisers. Got a thumbs up from a serious runner who blew by me on the boulevard.

The five day forecast looks great, with lower highs AND lower lows, making it much more comfortable to exercise. It is game on. But with a caution: the importance of listening to my body and training injury free has never been greater.

For others in the same weather pattern: ENJOY! This next week is going to be simply delicious! emoticon

  
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MSLZZY 8/12/2012 8:28AM

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KRISZTA11 8/12/2012 5:15AM

    Great run!
We have a similar lovely cool weather here too.

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ROCKYCPA 8/11/2012 11:31PM

    Good for you - sounds like a great run!!

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KARIDIAN1 8/11/2012 10:28PM

    This cool weather has been great. What a difference it makes for motivation.

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EBEAMS 8/11/2012 10:21PM

    Thank you for carrying me on this wonderful run this morning! I appreciate your support, your encouragement and your sense of humor! We are planning a 6 mile run tomorrow morning ... I've missed running and it's only been a few days! The bonus for us is that we plan to take our stuff with us to run some extra days this week! THAT is AWESOME!

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COMPUCATHY 8/11/2012 10:17PM

    We are having nice weather too! It really makes the time outdoors awesome! Enjoy! We are in the right place. Hope you are having a great weekend! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon

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ANDI571 8/11/2012 9:58PM

    I am in awe of you. I hope you don't mind, I am living the life of a runner through you emoticon

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SUNNY332 8/11/2012 8:42PM

    I opened all the windows in the sun room this morning and enjoyed the cool breeze while I biked and walked.

I feel like doing more when the weather is not so hot. Delicious weather, I would say so!

I know you enjoyed your run too.

Sunny

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1CRAZYDOG 8/11/2012 8:24PM

    Good for you! I took a very early morning walk too and enjoyed the relatively crisp temps (60). You're right -- it IS delicious.



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SLENDERELLA61 8/11/2012 7:39PM

    Enjoy your weather! (Our lows are 80 and 81 with high humidity all this week, but I'll be in South Dakota anyway.) Your 10.6 mile run sounds wonderful!! Great effort! Great accomplishment. Can't wait til I can do that. Won't be long. Take care. You are my inspiration!!

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_LINDA 8/11/2012 7:08PM

    Sounds like a fabulous run!! Well done! An interesting and varied route to be sure!! So glad your weather is better and you can really enjoy yourself!!
Have a great weekend!

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Scattered brain

Friday, August 10, 2012

I've had at least three or four different "blog seeds" bouncing around in my brain this week, none of which have made it to screen bits.

There's the one about how I feel about the numbers on the scale, which this week only showed a "2" in the SECOND digit one day. A year ago, when that second digit dipped to a "1" it would set me into a panic of overeating to gain back so it would stay a "2". This year, I've let it remain, and stayed with the plan, although I'm keeping a close eye on it. I have tried to up my eating to a higher end of the range to avoid losing more, but 119 doesn't scare me quite as bad as it used to. This has been a "ponder in my heart" thing as I work the other end of the equation: stopping unwanted losses.

Then there's the one about our own conception of what someone else weighs, being based on our concepts of our own weight and what "thin" is. This one was spurred by a work mate conversation... she was expressing a little admiration, and when I mentioned having to prove my weight being sufficient to donate blood, she popped out with the thought that she figured I had to be about 100 pounds, no way I could be 120. But she's a couple inches shorter than me, and at her fittest, that's what SHE would weigh. Interesting musings followed, all in the brain, none on paper or the screen, still a little undefined "how *do* I feel about this?"

And one about non-food rewards. Going to a minor league baseball game tonight with a gal pal from the work place... and thinking about whether I will plan ball park food/beverage into the day/evening. Foods that once were opportunities / focus, aren't so much these days... the fact that it is even a mental debate is note worthy.

Oh, yes, and the one about response to failures being different these days. In particular the once upon a time wholeness of my identity being work centric, and a failure / mistake / slipup there resulting in self-punishing OT, doing work that really wasn't mine to do, locking myself into an isolated state or worse stuffing my feelings (of inadequacy) with food... and how freeing it has been to let go of all of that. How diligent I must be to avoid having it come rushing back at its earliest opportunity.

That leads to a seed about finding a "me" that isn't just the workplace identity.

In short, the brain's been bouncing around all over the place in this transition time. A pause to self-assess and examine progress is natural during transition. But for today, I'm resolved to let myself enjoy TODAY!

Every day is the first day of the rest of your life. And as I keep finding, LIFE is good. Spark on! emoticon

  
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ANDI571 8/11/2012 3:03PM

    Years ago, I had gotten into a size 12, which at 5' 8", I was more than happy with. I was bragging to my niece which is about 5' 4", and she said, Well, maybe you can get into a size 9. For some reason that has always stuck with me. I haven't been in a size 9 since my freshman year of high school, and I wouldn't want to get that low now. But in her mind, that is where I should have been.

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KARIDIAN1 8/10/2012 11:15PM

    I still want to be a cowboy when I grow up. Good Blog.

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MOBYCARP 8/10/2012 7:28PM

    Hmm. There's a couple of seeds for my blogs in there, too. No doubt different blogs than yours will be, because the seeds will be planted in different soil.

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SLENDERELLA61 8/10/2012 7:27PM

    Thanks for sharing all your thoughts -- thought provoking, too. Some of them perhaps you will decide how you feel and will flesh out. I love your change in response to failures. Big progress there! Your current weight is awesome!!

I don't know if I'll ever get to the point where I'm worried about losing too much. One time, I think it was March 2011, I weighed under the Weight Watcher range. Well I thought, I've got to eat. I gained like 8 pounds that week and have never been that low again!! Oh, well.

Keep Sparkin'!!!

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MIZCATHI 8/10/2012 3:43PM

    It's amazing how we more "mature" gals are still having identity issues and transitional times. With the job hunt and entering another stage of re-inventing myself, I find myself in a similar place.

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1CRAZYDOG 8/10/2012 1:16PM

    Good for you for realizing that for YOU your body is satisfied with where you're at and you are allowing that! That's huge for me too. Initially when I lost weight all I heard was "You're so skinny"! Well, heck seeing as I started out well into morbidly obese, I DO look skinny (a relative term). NOW I just hear people say I look good . . . because they've gotten used to the new me. Well, most importantly so have I! Good place to be for sure.

Yup, at that place where I eat to live, not live to eat as well. It's freeing for me to focus on the EVENT/fellowship/situation vs. food.

Definitely important to focus on other aspects of your life outside the work arena. When I worked outside the hom, that was huge for me. NOW I realize how much more important it is, for example, to be a good role model for my DD. THAT matters more than anything that could have happened @ work.

GREAT blog Barb. Dare I say, FOOD for thought!

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MSLZZY 8/10/2012 10:02AM

    The workplace is one area and your personal
life is another. Define yourself but what is
really important. Transitions are shaky at
best but eventually, we do adjust. Just as
eating healthier is an adjustment, the rest
of your life will be too. HUGS!

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WATERMELLEN 8/10/2012 8:50AM

    That your identity is now more than "workplace" is a great state to be in: particularly if you are thinking about that transition to retirement eventually!

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CONCHA77 8/10/2012 8:35AM

    I think it's great that you are at a place where you care enough about yourself to even ask these questions. Good for You!

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LEANJEAN6 8/10/2012 8:28AM

    Sometimes you have to stop (or keep going)--but reflect eh?--Where have I come from?--Where am I going??--or--am I still going?--LOLOL--- Oh Barb, it must be Friday!!!--We are still Sparking so that is good!--LOL-Lynda emoticon

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KALIGIRL 8/10/2012 8:02AM

    Interesting focus (yes - focus not bouncing)...
Sounds like you're reaching a new stage of identity and comfort in knowing who you are. Isn't it wonderful when you can trust yourself and go with the flow?
Namaste emoticon

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ELRIDDICK 8/10/2012 8:00AM

  Thanks for sharing

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Pep talk for transition

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Just finished a big goal/dream? Has the rush of reaching it started to fade, just a bit?

Do you have a new goal? Is it looking daunting? Does a part of your emoticon mind start telling you that you "don't really want to work that hard"?

WELCOME to "finish line syndrome"! This has been a repeating issue for me, not just with the most recent bucket list check off of my first triathlon. It happens just about every time I achieve something: promotion at work, end of school year, reaching goal weight!

There is this little, "can I relax now?" thing that goes on. The "am I done?", the finish line syndrom! The trick is in finding something to mark the transition, allow a little relaxation but JUST enough... and finding further, the next goal that excites enough to restart the cycle of training.

With that long-term goal of the half marathon in November, and a trip to go with it, I think I've found it. With the intermediate events between now and then, I think I have enough to scare me into continuing to train. emoticon

So, pep talk to myself. Commit to today's plan, which includes a gym workout. Keep self-talk positive, make sure I don't skip thinking non-food reward thoughts, and following through with them.

  
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SHARON10002 8/12/2012 10:08PM

    I love your term "Finish Line Syndrome"! November's not that far off, and you'll stay focused. I'll bet you're detailing everything right now in preparation, and will keep fine-tuning your plan. You have accomplished an amazing amount this year! You deserve to relax a little, once in awhile. I agree with MTNWINSGAL - Don't Worry, Be Happy!

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SUNNY332 8/9/2012 5:31PM

    I set some new goals today and made a commitment to achieve those goals.

It has been difficult this past month after loosing Dad but I am back on track today and feel great. Just doing what I should be doing gave me motivation itself.

Thanks for setting such a good example.

Hugs, Sunny

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LEANJEAN6 8/9/2012 8:41AM

    non-food rewards--great thought! Knowing you Barb, you will over-train in your transition--LOL---- You are my ""wings beneath my sail""--Wait a sec--That's a song eh?--LOL--Lynda emoticon

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KARIDIAN1 8/8/2012 4:32PM

    Harder for me to find big goals since both Hubby and I have done and accomplished so much. We aim for simpler goals now more on the order of wanting to get something, how to go about getting it, and them using the item in our activities, which general revolve around shooting. Mostly goals are making our reloading area more efficient, moving up to the next classification in the NRA, practising and keeping our skill levels up.

I can definitely relate to the feeling of almost a letdown once a big goal has been achieved- like "what's next".

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_LINDA 8/8/2012 1:45PM

    This is actually a very foreign concept to me. I have never been much of a goal setter. When I decided to lose weight, it was more of a this is ridiculous being like this, time to do something about it. I never had a set weight goal in mind, I just basically let my body decide where it wanted to be when I am eating right and exercising regularly I always knew I felt better when I exercised regularly, so all I had to do was to back it up with better eating habits (cutting out the excessive snacking).
Having had the chance of a career or a life taken away early by this disease rendering me unable to work sort of made me the drifter I am today. If I find something I like, I will stick with it, but don't really go out of my way to set goals or time lines for things.
I can see where when someone is used to achieving something and getting that adrenaline rush finish, that it becomes harder and harder to top the last thrill. I dare say you may need to borrow a page from my book and relax a little, those high standards. How much will your body take before it rebels? I hope you never get that far because I would love to still hear you are in races at 100 years of age :)
You have really come so far in such a seemingly short period of time -you are simply amazing to have accomplished that in your middle years!!
May you experience many more happy runs!

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SLENDERELLA61 8/8/2012 1:13PM

    Very good observation. The phenomenon of letdown after achieving a goal is something I've experienced. After my 10K I tried to be happy to achieve it, but it was a struggle. I think you are right on to celebrate and relax just a bit and then remotivate with a new goal. So glad you are going for this same goal I'm going for! Hope your gym workout went well and that your self talk has been very encouraging and helpful! Take care, Marsha

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MSLZZY 8/8/2012 10:35AM

    Hurray for pep talks and a new goal in mind. HUGS!

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EBEAMS 8/8/2012 10:16AM

    I understand that perfectly ... You can do it! You have more energy those almost anyone I know! emoticon Oh ... and reach up there and give yourself a big pat on the back from me!

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1CRAZYDOG 8/8/2012 10:09AM

    Definitely have felt that post accomplishment "let down" till I found the next goal. I agree with you that you have to have a goal to work towards.

Great blog. Great message.

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MNTWINSGAL 8/8/2012 10:06AM

    You DO deserve that little bit of relaxation and reflection for a job well done before jumping back in with both feet, ready to wrangle the next challenge. The trick is not letting the moment of relaxation undo all the good you've done yourself. You are a master of this discipline, so in the words of Bobby McFerrin and Billy Bass, Don't Worry, Be Happy!

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DEBRA0818 8/8/2012 8:58AM

    I like to think of food plans and exercise the way I think of any other regular self-care maintenance -- no matter how many times I brush my teeth and floss, I have to do it again the next day (or suffer the consequences). Self-care is permanent, but so are the results!

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NELLJONES 8/8/2012 8:54AM

    I had to redefine "relaxation". It used to mean going back to the things I used to do (or not do). Now it just means something I have carved out as "special". Like 4 oz of lobster tail, or a long walk around a great big mall. If we had Christmas every day, it wouldn't be special.

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KALIGIRL 8/8/2012 8:25AM

    Here's to 'living' todays plan emoticon emoticon

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OPTIMIST1948 8/8/2012 8:22AM

    Its a familar feeling. And why I signed up for the 2nd tri (and have to sit on myself for signing up for 4th). I'm a goal oriented person and if I dont have something to work for, how do I know I'm achieving it? Thanks for saying that I'm not that wierd.

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WATERMELLEN 8/8/2012 8:01AM

    A very familiar phenomenon, thank you! "Can't I stop now?"

Well actually no!! This is permanent!

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KNEWMETODAY 8/8/2012 7:46AM

    Good for you! Today's plan is really the only one that matters--the only one we can do anything about. Being aware of the emoticon mind certainly helps our focus.

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Two a day? Just because?

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Yep. Just because I don't want to give up where I've got. It was weird getting in the pool with that one word on the training schedule: swim. No number of yards. No number of minutes. "Swim".

So I swam. I let myself lose track of the pool lengths. I made sure I did 30 minutes, and then I went two more lengths, just because... and dripped my way up, showered and dressed for the day, to the tune "You don't know you're beautiful".

After work, it was 97 degrees outside, and I wimped out to the extent of doing my evening running on the treadmill in the A/C, instead of outside. Running, mind you, does have a minutes or miles on the training plan. Cross training activities don't.

Life is good. Sleep is good. Spark on! emoticon

  
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_LINDA 8/8/2012 1:31PM

    That is interesting there is no set time for the non run activities. I guess this is where listening to your body becomes important -you know what you feel like and did a good job with it! Way to go getting your run in, glad you didn't try outside. I don't know how people can run in hot weather safely.
Keep up the great work!

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MSLZZY 8/8/2012 10:36AM

    Good for you! HUGS!

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KALIGIRL 8/8/2012 8:45AM

    Love that swimming!

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WATERMELLEN 8/8/2012 8:03AM

    Wow! Just because is the best reason of all!

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SLENDERELLA61 8/8/2012 7:16AM

    Two a day is dedication. Two a day is amazing discipline. Two a day is fitness beyond average -- even far beyond the average disciplined, dedicated exerciser. Yes, keep what you've earned. Keep it up!! Very impressive. Spark on!!!

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HOT4FITNESS 8/7/2012 11:30PM

    And I bet your day was amazing after that workout. And YES you are beautiful!!!

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KARIDIAN1 8/7/2012 10:22PM

    I love the letters AC. My office at work gets warm- we have an AC window unit in the inside wall sticking out in the parcel chute area for the grocery bins.
The AC unit is going even in the winter in my office at work. That is how warm it can get in there.

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EBEAMS 8/7/2012 9:21PM

    I think doing your run on the treadmill is not wimping out ... you did it! Wimping out is just not doing it and giving yourself an excuse to NOT do it! You are awesome!

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SUNNY332 8/7/2012 9:12PM

    Isn't it nice to have "running inside with AC" as an option?

Heard our high temp on Friday is suppose to be 81 - woohoo! DH and I were going to a movie but not now - I am going Fishing.

Take care and Hugs, Sunny

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LEANJEAN6 8/7/2012 8:55PM

    I bet it felt different--in a nice way tho--LOL-Lynda emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 8/7/2012 8:50PM

    good for you! Bet it felt good to just swim and not track your laps!

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Activity ON and OFF the training plan

Sunday, August 05, 2012

Yesterday was my first "long run" on the newly devised training plan. I tried to follow the Galloway recommendations, having done my first time trial last Tuesday. It recommends, based on my 9:02 magic mile (imperfectly measured) that my anticipated HM time would be a 10:48 per mile pace. It further recommends long run pace to be 13:50, and that this should be done with intervals of 1 minute run, 1 minute walk. emoticon emoticon

Well, I set out in the rain with a 5 minute walking warm up, then was very gentle with my 1:1 for the first two cycles, because of the wet sidewalks, and then bike path. Yes, I used the bike path, and because it has limited intersections, my mind started to wander. Polly Perfectionist started talking to me the first time I overshot the 1 minute jog to 1:15. She said, "Go on, jog to the end of the minute, it's only 2 minutes." Then Judy Justification got in once Polly started complaining that I wasn't following the plan: "You had to stop at the light... that has to count as part of the walk interval... you can go on to the next minute."

And, I listened to her and did a 2:1 for a while. Then a 3:1, and eventually one 4:1... before things got a little "different" with a potty stop at a convenience store, then eating my planned snack at a walk (because it was time, already)... and finally finishing up with a proper rotation of 1:1's. In the end, I covered more miles (9.73) than the target 8, kind of once again trying to find where my fitness really is, as opposed to trying to fit into a published plan. In the end, I am confident I'll find the balance.

This morning, it's not a "running" training day. So that means "cross training". But there was only one word on the calendar I put together. No miles, no minutes, just "swim" or "bike" is on the day. It was such a nice day, I decided that biking was what I wanted to do.

Every time I went into the garage, Uma Vertigo, the knobby tired mountain bike emoticon looked at me accusingly. "You haven't taken me out for a ride since Brenda (Starr Trek) came to live here," she seemed to say. So this morning, I promised her a nice ride. And we went. Pumped up the fat tires and hopped on in the cool of the morning, and took her out over some of the same ground I had covered on foot Saturday, and beyond. I ended up at the cemetery, stopping by mom & dad's gravesite. It's pretty and peaceful on that ride, and the bridge over 27th street is once again open to bike traffic! Yes!

I didn't worry about time or miles... I just rode and enjoyed the wind in my face or the sun in the sunny spots. I smiled and said good morning to others out doing similar things on those paths... jogging or dog-walking, or biking or even roller blading... lots of activity out there this morning.

And as I rode, I thought about the sheer joy of moving the body. When we were kids, we did this kind of stuff just BECAUSE it's fun. Second childhood is a great time of life.

Spark on! emoticon

  
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MIZCATHI 8/7/2012 10:00AM

    It's wonderful when our "fitness" plans are suddenly transformed to just part of our everyday living and we can just enjoy being in the moment, in this place, feeling joyous in this time. Congrats!

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KALIGIRL 8/6/2012 8:40AM

    Here's to 'the sheer joy of moving the body" - I'm loving it!

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LEANJEAN6 8/6/2012 7:30AM

    Good for you to keep at it--It sure inspires me to keep going---I think of you and how far you've come---Lynda emoticon

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_LINDA 8/6/2012 1:00AM

    I hope you find what runner's pace really suits you. Perhaps its best if you don't stick to a rigid plan, but allow for flexibility, based on how you feel for that particular day.
That bike ride sounds simply wonderful and carefree! Awesome Aha moment.
Never lose the wonder of seeing and enjoying the world through a child's eye! I certainly enjoy the goings on around me when I get out :)
Spark on!

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KARIDIAN1 8/5/2012 9:41PM

    Today was a perfect summer day in MN also. Spent the morning at the range shooting and just enjoying the wonderful cool weather.

Tomorrow we both go back to work. Vacation is over emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 8/5/2012 7:37PM

    Second childhood is right: but this time we're conscious of enjoying it!

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ALOHAEV1 8/5/2012 5:54PM

    As always, enjoyed going along on your work out, thanks! Love second childhoods myself!

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EBEAMS 8/5/2012 3:54PM

    We went for a pleasurable ride this morning too. Sometime it is just the best!

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SUNNY332 8/5/2012 3:44PM

    Sounds like a great day.

A little cooler here today too.

Take care and carry on....

Sunny

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MSLZZY 8/5/2012 3:32PM

    How right you are. Moving is fun! HUGS!

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SLENDERELLA61 8/5/2012 2:05PM

    Second childhood is a great time of life!!

I run my training miles not all that different from you. I sometimes go 2:1 and 3:1 and 4:1 as well. And I biked this morning, too. It was beautiful! Glad we both enjoyed.

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DEBRITA01 8/5/2012 12:48PM

    Cheers to second childhoods! emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 8/5/2012 12:46PM

    Awwwww, glad UMA got her just attention today. And hope it's a good Sunday. HUGS

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