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I have my post-cancer recovery plan ready to go.

it's like a science project with one participant

tracking - every single day every single thing even if I don't like the numbers that generates

dog - walk/run with the boy in the mornings

home gym routine - stick with the strength/flexibility program - it's working yes it is

swimming - 3x/week - oh this is the KEY, working up to 45 minutes and then join the master's swim program ...
I have my post-cancer recovery plan ready to go.

it's like a science project with one participant

tracking - every single day every single thing even if I don't like the numbers that generates

dog - walk/run with the boy in the mornings

home gym routine - stick with the strength/flexibility program - it's working yes it is

swimming - 3x/week - oh this is the KEY, working up to 45 minutes and then join the master's swim program at the Y

biking - weekends for fun, no pressure just get out there and ride
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Member Since: 2/14/2012

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just taking it one day at a time really and doing what I can

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Living in Charlotte

Went to grad school at App State Univ in Boone, NC - where I grew up

Undergrad at UNC-CH

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hobby photographer - I really like macro, dabble in B&W, and then whatever comes along

pianist - took lessons for years and years, far beyond my abilities and I find that playing the piano relieves stress

drawing - fairly new in that I used to draw quite a bit and then got away from it and have picked it back up again

Spanish - always wanted to learn and now I'm making a real effort with it

biking - pretty much at any time with a few exceptions whatever I'm doing, its safe to say that I'd rather be on a bike

doggie mom - living with a high strung handful of an Aussie

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HARRINGTON5
12/6/2014 3:22:00 PM

Thank you for commenting on my blog. You said you still had parties to go to and were worried about gaining more weight. This is something that used to work for me. I know everyone says to eat first, but I couldn't always do that, so I would tie a piece of cord , or string, or fabric around my waste (under my clothes). I tied it so tight, it kept me from eating too much. I guess I was making a do-it-yourself lap band, but it worked. It improved my posture too because I couldn't slouch with it tied tight. lol



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GHK1962
11/29/2014 11:07:26 AM

Dang your husband really is the Flash! I can't even fathom running that fast. I mean I can ... but only if I'm running a couple hundred feet or so.

What run are you doing next weekend? I'm doing my official 12th run in the 12th month next weekend too ... on Sunday, Dec. 7th in the Jingle Bell run.

I bet Bodie LOVES when you take him running, even if it takes you down a minute mile. Bodie don't care about time. Neither should you. (Hey, that just might be my mantra....though wifey would wonder who the heck Bodie is haha.)



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GHK1962
11/23/2014 8:03:48 AM

So what is a Chi running book? Is it kinda like a zen thing where they try to teach you to run without thinking of how hard it is???

Breathing exercises?

Anyway .. thanks for the support about the potential new job!



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SPEEDYDOG
11/19/2014 8:40:15 PM

Thanks for your comment on my "Pedaling a Bulldozer - Fat Bike" blog. I am used to cold and have really warm clothes. Colorado is a high desert so snow tends to be soft and fluffy. Humidity is low. The wind is often calm. Colorado is also a sunny place with cobalt blue skies.

Some places in the country are miserable when it is below freezing. Colorado is a winter playground because of sunny days and mild winter weather.

Keep Warm,

Bruce



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GHK1962
11/14/2014 9:26:20 AM

Nope .... dogs do NOT like rain or cold. And, the one pup I take runs all squirelly!



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