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Why I sign up for these things...

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Today is the Mud Run. I will be running... um... make that travelling... 10K on roads and cross country, and overcoming obstacles. This year they have added to the obstacles, according to the pre-race materials.

Last year there were only 3 mud pits and a few hurdles. There were some creek crossings. This year, they have added a "wall of pain" (my nemesis) something called the "great escape" which based on who built it, I suspect to be a series of walks to climb over. The folks who built the course for Quest for the Vets that I did on memorial day built these obstacles. They had something they called "Alcatraz" which was a series of walls to climb over.

I got really grumpy when I found that out. Walls are my nemesis, and I have not trained for them. Grrrr. So I was a little mopey this week, between the medical poking, prodding and squooshing (which turned out fine, by the way, no worries)... but seriously wondering WHY I signed up if I have to do those things AGAIN.

I had resolved the obstacle course last Spring was enough for this year. The tri was enough... I was looking forward to an "easy" autumn leading up to the half marathon, "just" run/walking!

And then something took charge of my keyboard and signed me up. WHY?

Because despite the fact that these things give me nightmares (imagining falling in the creek, or losing my glasses in a mud pit... yes, my mind goes these places), there is something about the craziness of being able to say to myself "I did it".

Today's goals?

1. Don't get injured. If an obstacle is going to defeat me, know when to do the avoidance path. No shame in knowing my limits.

2. Don't lose the car key... don't have a support team to hold on to my stuff this year and there is no bag drop... so I'm going to have to carry it with me, all 10K through the mud and obstacles... best find those shorts with the inside pocket!

3. My son says, "Mom, you're going to have fun in spite of yourself." Prove him right.

And of course, I'll blog about it when it's over. LIFE is good. Spark on! emoticon

  
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TRICIAE2 8/27/2012 8:08AM

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    This is my favorite:
"My son says, "Mom, you're going to have fun in spite of yourself." Prove him right."
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KARIDIAN1 8/25/2012 9:53PM

    You did fantastic!

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MIZCATHI 8/25/2012 3:48PM

    I hope you had a fun day, thinking of you!

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LJCANNON 8/25/2012 2:17PM

    emoticonYep, sometimes The "New Me" just Takes Over and makes us do things Just Because We CAN!!

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ALOHAEV1 8/25/2012 12:24PM

    Why indeed...so we can all smile and say "Yup, we know this dynamo"


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SLENDERELLA61 8/25/2012 10:23AM

    Best wishes for a great event!! Clearly, you need goals with figurative and literal obstacles to overcome. That's a great way to be. Embrace it!! Bet it will be a blast!!

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EBEAMS 8/25/2012 9:34AM

    I totally agree! You are going to figure out a way to either conquer the walls or go around them. The point of these races are to HAVE FUN! You can't help yourself. I'd even go so far as to point out that you will be inspiring others and encouraging them too ... Just "run" with it and "climb" over those grumbles that keeps popping into your mind! It's an adventure!

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LOOK2LOVELIFE 8/25/2012 9:19AM

    This is awesome! I've always wanted to do one of these things. Reading your blogs always motivates me because you're always doing so crazy athlete feat that you should be exceptionally proud of. You're gonna have a blast and I cant wait to hear all about it. Good luck! emoticon

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ANDI571 8/25/2012 9:01AM

    Kelley is doing another mud run on Sept 8th. She is looking so forward to it after the last one. I will be so anxious to see pictures. I have a hunch you will make your goals.

Have fun!

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MSLZZY 8/25/2012 8:49AM

    I am sure you will your best and come out of it
with a very positive feeling of accomplishment.
Good luck! HUGS!

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SUNNY332 8/25/2012 8:43AM

    Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers today as you do this Mud Run/Obstacle Course.

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DEBRITA01 8/25/2012 8:29AM

    "Why?"... I suspect you love a good challenge! Good luck today and have fun! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 8/25/2012 8:24AM

    Glad to hear the sqooshing went alright! That's priority one.

As for the run, you'll do well, I'm sure, and like you said, no shame in taking the avoidance path if that's what you need to do!

GOOD LUCK! HUGS HUGS HUGS We're rooting for you, Barb.

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DEBRA0818 8/25/2012 8:23AM

    Doing some things we don't want to do is infinitely better at building our characters than doing only the things we want to do. You're in the character building business, my friend!

Rock on!

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SUNNY1432 8/25/2012 8:18AM

    It sounds like fun and I'm sue with your determination you will do great!!
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SWEDE_SU 8/25/2012 7:49AM

    i'm looking forward to reading about your adventures! good luck!!!

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The mystery of motivation

Friday, August 24, 2012

Zig Ziglar quote from the Spark People calendar: "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing -- that's why we recommend it daily."

I love this quotation. It's so true. Motivation fluctuates. Like so many things in life, it will be higher some days than others. Unlike things like food or exercise, it is not easy to figure out ways to increase it. Different people get sparked by different things. Me? I cannot always say what will give me my spark for the day... or if I'll lose the spark partway through a day.

Some things definitely help: hanging out here, reading things my Spark buds choose to share, subscribing to the articles, even the silly game of gaining Spark points for tracking or clicking on an e-mail. Some days it doesn't even take that... some days I wake up with the spark blazing, and have bubbles to spare and share.

I would have to say the thing I most have to remember to stay motivated has little to do with the "how". It doesn't even necessarily relate to a specific "why".

It is the simple reminder that I am worth doing it for. That there is a "me/I" under there, and she's worth taking care of and sharing with the world. I'm not the sum of other peoples expectations / opinions... I'm the creation of my Maker... and that Maker has a purpose for me... and it's not to collapse inward and stop caring or taking care of myself.

The same is true for each and every human being. YOU are worth it. No matter how many times you have tried, slid backwards, succeeded and the devil voice tells you you don't have to do it any more... you are worth it.

Today, each day, you are worth it! Spark on! emoticon

  
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SHINYZALATA 8/27/2012 8:09AM

    this is special part i soo luved:" I'm not the sum of other peoples expectations / opinions... I'm the creation of my Maker... and that Maker has a purpose for me... and it's not to collapse inward and stop caring or taking care of myself."



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SHINYZALATA 8/27/2012 8:07AM

    Amazing blog thank you so much 4 sharing , you are a true inspiration :)))))))))))))))))))))))), u just make me happy smile and soo much motivated after just trweadiing this blog :D emoticon

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 8/26/2012 12:27AM

    Yup. TOTALLY worth it!

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_LINDA 8/25/2012 1:23AM

    Love that quote -too true! Humans really are selfish beings and doing things for yourself is highly motivating. You want nothing but the best for yourself, you want good things to happen, etc. etc. so generally, we will strive to make things happen in our favor. Its only when you get mad at yourself, or dislike something about yourself that the trouble happens. May you always feel you are worth taking care of in every way possible!

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KARIDIAN1 8/24/2012 11:09PM

    Great blog. Your blogs are so good and insightful.

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MSLZZY 8/24/2012 10:12PM

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OPTIMIST1948 8/24/2012 9:29PM

    Sometimes its so hard when you have other responsibilities (children, spouse, laundry, job etc) that you put self-care on the back burner.

Well said blog.

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SUNNY332 8/24/2012 7:24PM

    Self care is not optional. It is mandatory.

Great post.

Sunny

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JANEMARIE77 8/24/2012 12:10PM

    wisdom

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DEBRA0818 8/24/2012 9:28AM

    For sure! And I will add to that a thought I've been thinking in relation to it: what gives me the idea that self-care is optional?

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NEWMOM20121 8/24/2012 9:19AM

    Very well said.

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1CRAZYDOG 8/24/2012 9:00AM

    Yes! Sometimes we get so mired with the thought that making ourselves a priority is selfish. It's selfish NOT to make ourselves a priority! Thanks for this great reminder. And realize that each day isn't perfection . . . sometimes far from it! But if you're progressing, that's what's important.

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DDOORN 8/24/2012 8:42AM

    Great takeaway message, re: " I am worth doing it for"...!

Need to not only think it, but FEEL it resonate throughout our being!!

Don

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ANDI571 8/24/2012 8:24AM

    Words of wisdom Barb. I know I am having trouble finding my motivation right now. It is there when I wake up, but gets distracted by lunch time most days. But I never give up waiting for it to show up completely. I like the, It's like taking a bath analogy. emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 8/24/2012 8:18AM

    I agree with you totally and am embarrassed by my own much more superficial post on the same topic!! Namely, motivation by vanity (blush).

But you know what: both are true, at least for me. Paradox. And when one falters, the other often kicks in . . . .

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DEBRITA01 8/24/2012 8:05AM

    With the ebb and flow of daily life, we need to remember we are worth taking care of. Thanks for the reminder this morning, Barb. emoticon

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CAREN_BLUEJEANS 8/24/2012 7:38AM

    I like that that Zig Ziggler quote too. When I think about where I'd be in a year, 5 years, and into the future, if I do nothing, I find that very motivating.

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LMATTHEWS12111 8/24/2012 7:35AM

    Thanks for sharing!

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TDEMAIO2 8/24/2012 7:34AM

    Thank you : ) life is GOOD :D

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KALIGIRL 8/24/2012 7:28AM

    No listening to emoticon just to emoticon - I like it!
We are worth it and as you my emoticon say, "Life is Good!"

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Thanks to all who shared their own experience

Thursday, August 23, 2012

About the blood, that is. I rather suspect that I just haven't got it built back up since my donation, that it is taking me longer than it used to. Kevin may be right about genetics. Age could also be a factor. My current level of activity may be playing in, as may my diet... I do get my leafy greens but I could be doing a better job with iron-rich proteins. Probably just a combination of stuff.

Tomorrow morning is the annual squooshing. Ladies, you know what I'm talking about. With a sister being a BC survivor, I'm taking that test sesriously, too.

Today was packet / chip pick up for the 2012 Mud Run. There's something about the "goofy" events that keeps me signing up for them. Despite the creek crossings. Despite the hurdles. Despite the mud pits. And despite that cussed wall of pain they have promised this year... gotta go defend my title. Last year in the 5K mud run I was the fastest old lady in my age group. This year I upped the distance I will go after to a 10K. Fits in with the training for the half marathon.

This noon I picked up my chip, shirt, and bib... Saturday morning, it will be time to get down and dirty again. This year's shirt is bright Spark People Orange!

Despite puzzles, LIFE is good... Spark on! emoticon

  
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HEALTHYOTTER 8/24/2012 10:54PM

    Enjoy the down and dirty, and the squooshes. Reminds me of a tortilla press. Hope you retain your title!

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    Have fun at your race! I love mud runs; they are so much fun emoticon

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KALIGIRL 8/24/2012 7:26AM

    And with any luck you'll get some 'natural' water mixed with your mud!

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MIZCATHI 8/24/2012 7:17AM

    You are a CHAMPION! Enjoy getting muddy like a little kid.

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DEBRA0818 8/24/2012 4:22AM

    You're bringing self-care to new heights and I guess new lows on the mud run!

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_LINDA 8/23/2012 10:50PM

    Good for you keeping on top of any possible health issues! Way to ramp up the challenge -a 10K mud run? That is just awesomesauce as a Spark buddy would say!
You are going to blow them away!
You go girl!

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BESTSUSIEYET 8/23/2012 10:26PM

    Hmmm. Mud runs ... You Go, Girl! Have fun! Being faithful with medical tests we all hate ... Way to Go! Stay Young & Fun, Barb!

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WATERMELLEN 8/23/2012 10:07PM

    Mammo found my BC: and I'm a 3 year survivor!!

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SHARON10002 8/23/2012 9:42PM

    Barb, Ihope your blood gets back where it needs to be in time for your mud run! You know we're all rootin' for ya! I'm sure you'll top the charts on this one, too.

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46SHADOW 8/23/2012 9:34PM

    Very cool! Good luck on the run.

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EBEAMS 8/23/2012 9:27PM

    I love your can do attitude! That is so awesome! I have no doubt you'll be #1 this year too!

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SUNNY332 8/23/2012 9:18PM

    My "squishing" is coming up in October.

Woohoo - can't wait to see the photos from the mud run.

Orange? Cool!

Sunny

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KARIDIAN1 8/23/2012 9:17PM

    That is how my BC was found. Am a 4 year survivor. emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 8/23/2012 9:10PM

    Good luck with the sqooshing. UGH, I am religious about that too since my Mom is a one year survivor. Fortunately she had a cancer that hadn't spread, but in addition her 2 sisters had breast cancer too. So, good for you for following up.

And have fun @ your mud run! Get down & dirty! HUGS

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EVWINGS 8/23/2012 9:03PM

    It sounds like you are getting a handle on your problem. Most likely it is a combo of them all. I bet you'll have lots of fun at your mud run. Be sure to let us know and if you are the leader once more.
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It was good, but there is still a puzzle to be solved

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The physical, while making the doctor smile, did reveal a puzzle to be worked out. My blood work came back with a *slight* aenemic reading. So, we're working on figuring out what's up with that. Dr. says Lance Armstrong had a reading of 18, which made him the athlete he is. Mine was 11.7, just a shade under the bottom of the OK range (12). Dr. suggested that if we get my iron counts up, I might just improve my performance (grin, dangling a carrot?)... but more importantly, we want to make sure it isn't a signal of something else that needs to be taken care of.

Funny... three years ago when I ended up with the parathyroid surgery... it started out with blood readings (high calcium). I had no real symptoms that *I* could observe, but then again, I'm not terribly observant of the kinds of symptoms that caused.

So... breathe, keep on keeping on... take a test here and there, and figure out the puzzle. I had successfully donated blood just three weeks back... and now, swimming at the back of my brain, I think she mentioned I just barely qualified on the iron counts.

  
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WATERMELLEN 8/23/2012 10:06PM

    I'm persistently low iron -- often turned down for blood donation -- probably because I don't eat meat very often. And red meat also never.

My multi has iron . . . and there are a number of non-meat foods that are supposed to boost iron too such as pumpkin seeds and dried apricots . . . and spinach.

Hope you dig to the bottom of this!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 8/23/2012 8:33PM

    Folic acid, B12, B6, Iron.
Broccoli, kale, lentils. Lean red meat.
The amount of exercise you've gotten will stress your systems a bit. Your bone marrow may need more fuel and a break.
You donated recently. One of the books I had to read for my next certification was all transfusion medicine (Mollison et all) and one chapter discussed stress on donors. Some people can donate for years, some only once and the bone marrow doesn't rise to the challenge.
It's normal unless it continues to go down.

Spent my life's work in blood and blood donations!

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HEALTHYOTTER 8/23/2012 6:37PM

    You are such a positive spirit. I can imagine the doctor grinning with your health. Could be your digestive tract isn't as efficient at absorbing iron, or your liver is not so efficient at metabolizing it? Sending positive "figure it out" vibes to you and your doctors!

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_LINDA 8/23/2012 12:36AM

    Wow! I am surprised to hear that when you are so healthy! If you are putting more iron in your diet, make sure you take it with orange juice as this helps it absorb better. I found out the hard way iron is very difficult to absorb. I once had a very severe iron deficiency anemia -so bad the Dr. was amazed I wasn't having difficulty breathing -but in a way I was as I couldn't stay awake and kept passing out. It took a good two weeks of taking high doses of iron before my blood started coming back to normal. My cause was high stress cuopled with my RA.
All the best with getting it back up there!

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SUNNY332 8/22/2012 8:28PM

    Lots of "Leafy Greens" coming your way. I would think that since it is just barely under, it is probably your diet. Change your diet and see if it helps.

Best wishes!



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MOBYCARP 8/22/2012 8:20PM

    Several years ago, I had a string of blood donations where I just barely qualified on iron counts. That was when they were doing the blood drop, and I'd get inconclusive so we'd go to the centrifuge.

That went away as I paid more attention to diet, so what I had going on then is likely not identical your issue now. But it's a data point to say there may be a genetic influence as a minor part of what's going on.

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SLENDERELLA61 8/22/2012 1:52PM

    Good attitude. Figure out the puzzle. Stay on top of it. You'll just get stronger & stronger!! -Marsha

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OPTIMIST1948 8/22/2012 10:39AM

    I dont want to sound age-ist, but could it be your age? I know you are tougher than most (triathlons rule!) but I remember both my grandmothers struggled with anemia as they got older. Neither was hugely active, but still...

Try increasing your green leafies as I think they have lots of iron. And while I loathe liver, if you like it, perhaps it can be incorporated into your diet with more regularity.

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MSLZZY 8/22/2012 9:56AM

    I haven't qualified for years as I have been borderline
anemic since the early 80's. It is hereditary so I do not
stress about it. Iron pills have never improved it so I
just keep plugging along.

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KARIDIAN1 8/22/2012 9:50AM

    I was anemic for a while years ago and my doctor had me take iron pills. I was having heavy periods about every two weeks at that time. Then that tapered off and everything went back to pretty normal. Iron pills can cause some constipation, so just be aware.

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PHEBESS 8/22/2012 9:02AM

    In my experience, I've tended to be a bit anemic just before my period - so depending on what time of month it is for you, that could be all it is.

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KALIGIRL 8/22/2012 8:53AM

    Interesting - may have to do with your giving blood. My doc allows me to take iron pills if I give blood - something to talk about?

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1CRAZYDOG 8/22/2012 8:10AM

    Wishing you luck, and definitely applaud you for moving forward to check things out and getting that puzzle solved. HUGS

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LOOK2LOVELIFE 8/22/2012 8:09AM

    I hope you find the cause (although, it's only slightly under so hope you're not too worried about it). Although, that'd be great if an improvement of your iron helped with your performance. And that reminds me, I should get my iron checked !

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DEBRA0818 8/22/2012 8:06AM

    Hope it's just an anomaly and nothing to worry about. On the other hand, you are putting your body through its paces so best to keep on top of it.

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LINDAJOYWK 8/22/2012 8:06AM

    Looks like no more blood donations for you-& prob an iron supplement...I used to
work for the bloodbank & I used to donate-can't donate any more-so I'll be going through life '1 PINT SHORT OF A GALLON"! Hey,at least you did your part,right?
Now it's time to get you healthy(notice-i didn't say strong-you're already stronG!)

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ANDI571 8/22/2012 7:54AM

    Glad you got it checked out. I am getting terrible on going in for my check ups. There sure is a lot in taking care of ourselves isn't there? Take care of you my friend.

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KRISZTA11 8/22/2012 7:51AM

    Could maybe the blood donation deplete your iron stores,
when you started to re-build red blood cells?
Whatever it is, you are wise to check it out.
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Evening blog on a two-fer day

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Yesterday was the annual physical. Doctor is real happy with the weight and the athleticism... keep it up... he says. Don't tell me to stop, I say... because it's making me happy.

So... the good news is... doing what we do here on Spark makes a difference.

And today was a wonderful two-fer: a morning swim, and an evening run on the treadmill. Tomorrow: strength training.

  
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KARIDIAN1 8/22/2012 9:52AM

    Yeah!

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MIZCATHI 8/22/2012 6:49AM

    What can be much better than a great physical!

I hate to say this but... KEEP IT UP!

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DEBRA0818 8/22/2012 5:54AM

    What excellence exercise (and careful eating) brings to our lives!

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_LINDA 8/22/2012 12:52AM

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Fantastic Day! Way to be a role model and motivator!

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SWEDE_SU 8/21/2012 11:29PM

    emoticon you've obviously got things straight here! that's terrific!

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EVWINGS 8/21/2012 11:18PM

    That is such a good report from the doc! You keep on doing what you're doing. That's the point of Spark - a life long change!

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1CRAZYDOG 8/21/2012 10:43PM

    Good job!

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SLENDERELLA61 8/21/2012 10:17PM

    Barb, Congrats on the great physical! You knew it, but doesn't it feel great to have the doctor confirm it?? Your two a day workouts are awesome, too. Yes, keep up the fantastic work!!

I figured out how to see your background pictures. When I set the zoom to 50% I could see them. Love the swim - the bike - and the run pix -even the determined one on the ground. That's one great triathlon gold medal winner there!!!

So inspiring! So glad you're my SparkFriend!! -Marsha

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LEANJEAN6 8/21/2012 9:54PM

    I love yer pics-----You look great! Lynda emoticon

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DLDMIL 8/21/2012 9:52PM

    great news. emoticon emoticon

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WATERMELLEN 8/21/2012 9:50PM

    Started my day at the gym, felt good all day: this works!

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SUNNY332 8/21/2012 9:46PM

    emoticon emoticon Good for you, Barb.

Exercise makes me happy too. I am back and feeling great.

Sunny

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LVMAMAW 8/21/2012 9:38PM

    You GO girl! That is GREAT! emoticon emoticon

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