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Margaret Hagerty - 87 year old marathoner!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Watch the video:
http://www.aarp.org/health/fitness/info-
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Margaret Hagerty – Marathoner!


Kiawah, SC is the destination for the 81st and possibly final marathon Margaret Hagerty plans to run.

At 64, her doctor told her to quit smoking and get out and move it.
The first day, she only ran the length of two houses.
At 66, she ran her first marathon in Greensboro, NC. She set a state record for her age group.
In 2005, she made the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest person to complete a marathon on each of the seven continents, at age 81 years, 101 days.
In 2008, she became the oldest person to run the Great Wall of China (in a 10K event, see link below).

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Sources:
Herald Sun, Page C4, Saturday, October 26, 2010. http://edition.cnn.com/2008/SPORT/05/20/wa
ll.marathon/index.html
http://www.ci.concord.nc.us/Portals/0/Do
cuments/pkrec/MargaretHagerty.pdf
photo with her Guinness World Record

  
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BROWNIEISLANDER 11/6/2010 10:39PM

    great inspiration to others...never too old ..to do anything...
She's great!!! emoticon

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-PAULA 11/5/2010 7:05AM

    I wish I had seen this yesterday when I was making excuses for skipping my 5K training class. My excuse for being too old was NOT an excuse and I can't use it anymore. Thanks for posting. Now I'm inspired!
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ELIZABETHDENISE 10/27/2010 1:31PM

    Ok she just crushed all my excuses!!

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STRINGI719 10/27/2010 1:19PM

    All 7 continents? Really? I didn't imagine they'd do marathons in Antarctica! Wow!

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SWAZY33 10/27/2010 11:55AM

    ♥ ♥ ♥ That woman does NOT look 87!!! ♥ ♥ ♥
Running keeps you healthy and young
..... there's the proof!
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*Life is what you make of it...
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-:... ¦:-•:*'*:• Make each day count!•:*'*:•-:¦:- .
and she sure is!

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DEBSDESTINY 10/27/2010 11:07AM

   
OMG.....After reading this, I think I just ran out of excuses. This is truly an amazing story!

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ROSIE777 10/27/2010 10:51AM

    emoticonThank you for sharing.

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EPIPHANYANGEL 10/27/2010 7:50AM

    Extraordinary.....truly inspiring emoticon....puts me to shame emoticon

Thank you for stopping by my blog....have a great day. emoticon

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PARKIE 10/27/2010 7:02AM

    is that in today's paper? gonna go grab it

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SEABREEZE64 10/27/2010 6:53AM

    Thanks so much for this!

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WONDERFUL2BME 10/27/2010 1:04AM

    Amazing. Maybe some day I will be able to run. Such inspiration.

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THENEWME43 10/26/2010 8:59PM

    WOW! She is AMAZING!

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SMILEITSALLGOOD 10/26/2010 8:36PM

    Love it! I had to share it with my friends!
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SHERWOODCYCLER 10/26/2010 8:11PM

    Ah...something to aspire to. I ran my first marathon at 51 and am thinking seriously about running another next year, when I will be 58.

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FREEDOMSTAR 10/26/2010 7:57PM

    You Are emoticon and a True Inspiration !

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Cheers

John
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REJ7777 10/26/2010 7:38PM

    An ordinary woman... doing AMAZING things! As a 60-year-old, I found this very inspirational! I loved the way she says she doesn't try to compete with 20-year-olds. I would like to be fit like that in my 80's. That means a healthy, active lifestyle NOW!
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VIVIBARAJAS 10/26/2010 7:01PM

    Wow. You know everywhere I turn I hear "my knees this, my knees that, I can't because my knees, knee problems this knee problems that"... is that just an excuse?
I thought and really believed it was common among people who jog or have been doing advanced cardio for years to get knee problems with lots of pain so how is it that this lady is still going? Maybe ive been mislead?
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GETFIT2LIVE 10/26/2010 5:45PM

    No excuses here--people like her are what inspire me to keep plugging away at running! Thanks for posting this!



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SPARKPIXIE 10/26/2010 5:08PM

    So inspiring!

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KIMROID 10/26/2010 4:45PM

    What an amazing woman!

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ON2VICTORY 10/26/2010 4:33PM

    This is awesome, post this info in the Half Marathon forum. we need this example! fantastic! thank you for posting.

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POKIEFUZZBUCKET 10/26/2010 3:54PM

    Great story, inspiring! I hope to be as active when I get to that age.

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DRB13_1 10/26/2010 3:22PM

    People are doing amazing things every day.
You can be one of them!


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Little black dress...

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Preparing for church service this morning, emoticon
I decided I wanted to wear a particular red jacket (fall weather emoticon is getting cooler and I do NOT like to be cold!) This altered my dress plans. So I reached for a basic black dress and went to early service.
Getting changed for my afternoon run, I hung the dress back up. That's when I realized - this was one of those dresses I had on the backwards hanger.
A tip of organizing is to hang ALL your clothes backwards on their hangers. Then, as you wear them, you turn the hangers forward. After a period of time, you will be able to see what clothes you wear and which you don't, and decide if you are going to donate those clothes that are just taking up space.
I'd hung onto this dress because it was one of my favorites - a simple black sheath of a material that doesn't show wrinkles. Great for throwing into a suitcase and wearing with a variety of accessories to create several different "outfits" while traveling. And it had gotten too small to wear.
So without even realizing it, I'm making progress. The last time I SPECIFICALLY remember wearing this dress was during my trip to China...9 to 10 years ago!
I was looking for a photo to show you, but it was so long ago I don't have those downloaded to my computer! (Will add it and maybe a current day update if I find the original.)
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VTORIA3 11/6/2010 5:40AM

    emoticon emoticon for the emoticon Keep up the good work!

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BELLAMIMI1 11/3/2010 11:21PM

    Great tip! Thanks! Now if I can only get into my closet! LOL

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BTRTHANEVA 10/27/2010 1:44PM

    I love the idea of turning the hangers around! *They* say that you wear 20% of your clothing 80% of the time. Most of mine don't fit anymore - so it's time to pay them forward to someone who can wear and appreciate them rather than take up space in my closet.

Thanks for the tip! Heading upstairs to *rearrange* my hangers!

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VIVIBARAJAS 10/26/2010 6:51PM

    I have my white dress hanging in my closet that i can't even bring myself to looking at. Its like a dress on a pedestal and Im too ashamed to even try it on to see how much further I have to go to fit into it. emoticon

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KIMROID 10/26/2010 4:46PM

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VICD25 10/26/2010 1:31PM

    Awesome advice. It's so hard to weed out. You always think ,.. . I love that I'll still wear it! Did you post this in the secrets area?

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SHAKENMA 10/25/2010 8:32PM

    Great tip! And progress is AWESOME congrats! emoticon

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TENACIOUSTIGER 10/25/2010 8:14PM

    how exciting is it to fit into something without realising celebrations! thanks for you comment on my blog, im looking forward to hearing about your half marathon. I love your comment about not scaring little children, i feel like that when i go to the gym to do kettlebell and weights i try to do high intensity and get really hot (menopausal) so take off my t shirt but the flab is not pretty, but it too bad i just get too hot so at least swimming lots of km is good for me as we are going to have a very hot summer here , Perth Western Australia all the best love your (face on photo) you look like a million dollars emoticon

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FITJEANS 10/25/2010 8:00PM

    that is awesome, i have alot of clothes that need to be donated now that i lost the weight. I am ok with it bcuz it helps those in need or heck ne one who likes it and i know that there is noway that im going back to there. I plan on be healthy and fit 4 life. so i was just thinking and i said to myself . Man do i have to get me a little black dress, never owned one b4 and look forward to getting one.

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REJ7777 10/25/2010 4:27PM

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WONDERFUL2BME 10/25/2010 1:40AM

    This is a goal we all want to reach. Way to go.

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BROWNIEISLANDER 10/24/2010 5:07PM

    Wow!! great reason to keep on stepping with ...Sparks!!1 emoticon emoticon emoticon

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QUIT_SP 10/24/2010 4:30PM

  Now you have to go through those other "too-small" clothes and see what else fits now! Fun!
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SPARKPIXIE 10/24/2010 3:27PM

    Congratulations on fitting into that LBD!!! What awesome progress! I'm thrilled for you!

One of my rewards when I reach my goal is to buy myself a LBD. I've never had one, and I'm almost fifty! Better late than never, right?
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HEALTHYKIM101 10/24/2010 2:42PM

    You Go Girl! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PARKIE 10/24/2010 2:33PM

    Yay for the lil black dress!! emoticon

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GETFITTER7 10/24/2010 2:17PM

    Yay...for You! I think one of my rewards IS to get me a little black dress (don't own one) emoticon emoticonYou did it!!!

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WENDYSPARKS 10/24/2010 1:58PM

    Good for you!!!! Congratulations!!!

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Lawd a’mercy, why didn’t anyone warn me to use BodyGlide?

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Friction. emoticon Not a good thing. emoticon
Did you know the word “Mile” is from the Latin for “thousand” (mil) and refers to the marching stride of soldiers in the army. One thousand steps of the same foot (meaning 2000 steps altogether) equals that distance – one mile. emoticon (So for those of you who wonder about your pedometers, in a pinch you can round off a mile for each 2000 steps.)
So for each mile I went today, my body made a repetitious movement over 2000 times. And I went over 7 miles.
Sensitive parts are complaining. The inside of my upper arm has lost a layer of skin from rubbing against my shirt. How many pair of socks should I wear? Will the girls head south for the winter? How come I can’t convince that pannus below my belly button to defect?
And I definitely need to stock up on Quench gum – my mouth is so dry from breathing I could spin a quilt from the cotton feel. Too bad it’s not like cotton candy – with the sweat on my skin, I’d be able to make both sweet and salty snacks for those cravings. emoticon emoticon
Well, that’s why we practice – so we will have SOME idea of what works and how to get through it. emoticon
Off to slather Burt’s Bees Body Butter on my feet and roll them over the dryer balls emoticon so I don’t get plantar fasciitis.
Yes, I will schedule the obligatory post-half marathon massage in advance. Looking forward to that will probably be what keeps me going in two weeks when I have to go the entire 13.1 miles. That and BodyGlide!
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LAURIEB27 10/31/2010 4:02PM

    I just saw this today! I am sorry!!

On the Body Glide, it does work well but the right clothes make all the difference. Make sure you are wearing clothing you've worn on another long walk/run that has not bothered you before....ditch the clothes that have. It is all about figuring out what works and going with it! I "practice" with my clothes each week until I figure out what is right!

Do you not have a hydration belt? You definitely should bring a bottle of either water or gatorade with you. I always have gatorade because it stays with me better......if that makes sense! Even though they will have water stations, having your own will make it that much better!!

After race massage - a MUST! Do it!! It will be the best thing you've ever done. I got a lot of benefit from mine last race and felt terrific!

Good luck!!! You can do it!! emoticon emoticon

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VIVIBARAJAS 10/26/2010 6:44PM

    oh my. Are you sure you want to do this? I guess im just not there yet. Seems like marathons are always peoples next move. Maybe I'll get there? I wish you a HUGE feeling of accomplishment and pride ... go get 'em
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INTHEWORKS1 10/25/2010 4:24PM

  Great post! BodyGlide is a lifesaver. I used it liberally before my half-marathons. Sounds like you are getting well prepared for your half-marathon. You will do great! I know what you mean by having a dry mouth. I just went for an hour walk and it was really windy. The wind dehydrated me. I was really wanting a drink or at least gum.

Keep up the great work!

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STRINGI719 10/24/2010 3:23PM

    I keep wondering how I haven' had any of those problems yet! In training for the 3-Day, I've walked over 350 miles since June, and last weekend, I walked over 24 miles in 2 days. I've never had chafing, or blisters, or any of those horrors the people who've done the 3-Day before keep warning about! I'm not sure how I've gotten so lucky, but I'm going to praise God and count my blessings! Best wishes on your HM!

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PARKIE 10/24/2010 2:32PM

    what the heck is body glide? ?

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KIRSTEN 10/23/2010 6:55PM

    Wow, you are very dedicated. I am not willing to put up with that much pain. LOL!

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PAIGESMAMA 10/23/2010 6:48PM

    Sounds like the skin need lotion and the body need watrer

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ANDI571 10/23/2010 6:30PM

    Oh, I remember those days of short shorts and the having no skin afterwards. Ouch!

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SPARKPIXIE 10/23/2010 6:30PM

    I never heard of rolling your feet over dryer balls for plantar Fascia! I will have to try that, thanks!

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REJ7777 10/23/2010 5:44PM

    emoticon Seven miles is a long walk! emoticon

I sure hope you brought water! (I write that because you mentioned your dry throat.) I read that once you get thirsty, you've already started to dehydrate.) emoticon

I did get a bit of chuckle out of your blog. We do learn in time. I've seen some women walking up Mount Orford with high heels. Bet they only do it once! emoticon

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TURTLETALK 10/23/2010 5:38PM

    Make sure your walking shoes have a very generous toe box. I did a 3 day 60 mile event a few years ago and lost 3 toe nails from them hitting the front of my shoe. Ouch!!!

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Video link to motivation - ultramarathoner David Goggins!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Heard David Goggins speak at NCCU tonight. This 35 year old became a Navy Seal despite a host of obstacles (including sickle cell trait). He’s done over 800 dives and over 700 (parachute) jumps. And he says he hates to run.
His motivation – to raise college money for children whose parent(s) have died in the line of duty.
He’s raised over $1.5 million for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation…and counting (www.specialops.org).

He lost over 105 lbs to do the hardest endurance events on the planet, setting course records. In his first ultra-distance event, after just 5 days notice, he ran 100 miles in under 19 hours and ended up with fractured feet and kidney failure. To train for The Badwater 135 he ran on a treadmill in a sauna! You have to run on the white line on the side of the road in these desert events to prevent your shoes from melting to the asphalt. He did 20 100-mile races in ONE YEAR!
His regular routine was to get up about 3:30am, run 10 miles, ride his bike 25 miles to work, run at lunch, then ride 25 miles home. For a couple of years, he only got about 4 hours sleep a night.
He is now 6 weeks out from his second heart surgery to close a hole “the size of a poker chip.”
Resting heart rate: 32 beats per minute!

Here’s the VIDEO LINK to his cover of Runner’s World magazine Heroes of Running feature in 2008.
http://www.runnersworld.com/article/0,71
20,s6-243-408--12944-0,00.html

After hearing him, I realize I can push myself further, and I will be putting more time in before my half marathon and really looking at my goals for 2011. Hope you are as inspired as I was!

  
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DAVEINSEOUL 10/24/2010 7:03AM

    I watched the video, and realized it's guys like David that inspire all of us to reach higher.

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KIRSTEN 10/23/2010 12:03PM

    That guy is CRAZY. Wow. I guess I should get off my a$$ and go to the gym now.

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JUSTFOXXY 10/22/2010 7:11AM

    and here I am whining about not exercising because of a sore throat...

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BNSPIRD 10/20/2010 11:46PM

    that is amazing!! Thanks! You are totally right... it really made me think about where I can push myself harder and farther!!
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RANNADANNA 10/20/2010 2:47PM

    OMG! What a great video clip. Thanks. I've been sitting here dressed to run, with my Garmin strapped to my wrist, stalling, hemming and hawing... This was just the thing to get me out the door!

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STRINGI719 10/20/2010 12:58PM

    Wow, haven't followed the link yet, but this sounds like something my hubby would be very interested in - he really likes to run & challenge himself!

Thanks for sharing!

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ABSOLUTZER0 10/20/2010 11:56AM

    This guy is a MONSTER!!! OMG! I have heard of runners doing the Badwater 135 and it has to be taxing on the body! Phew! He is another person to help motivate me to push the limits!

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REJ7777 10/20/2010 7:08AM

    Thank you for recommending that video. It's very motivational. It's pretty hard to make excuses for not exercising after watching THAT!

That Seal has an unbelievably disciplined mind and fit body. What a determined guy! And he's worked HARD to get where he is. WOW! Thanks again!

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"Get on your feet" is my new theme song!

Friday, October 15, 2010

(This blog is dedicated to my muse, Gloria Estefan,
and to my wonderful, amazing SparkFriends!)

"Stinkin' thinkin'" is what they call it when we let negative thoughts cloud our motivation. Boy, was I THERE! Thanks, SparkFriends, for rescuing me! Like the 33 Chilean miners - I'm "coming out of the dark - I finally see the light now, and it's shining on me." emoticon

The AHA moment? I realized today I was acting on (in this case, immobilized by) the wrong belief. I thought because a certain relationship had failed, deep down it meant it was my fault. And because I felt unloved, it spilled over into thinking I was unlovable. As a result, I wasn't willing to put the effort into taking care of myself. Then the light bulb went off over my head.
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(Transition to BEYONCE singing "Why don't you love me?" in her video...minus the martinis and the mascara...keep the heels and the leotards, LOL!)

Music is vital to my life. So I was listening to some Latino jams today and BAM! Gloria spoke to my needs. I went back and played it again...and again...
Now I'm ready! I'm taking my life and my self worth back!

From the song "Get On Your Feet":

Get on your feet! Get up and make it happen.
Get on your feet! Stand up and take some action!
Get on your feet! Don’t stop before it’s over.
Get on your feet! The weight is off your shoulder.

You gotta keep looking on to tomorrow,
There’s so much in life that’s meant for you!

Deep in your heart is the answer.
Find it! I know it’ll pull you through!
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Pity Party is over.
Today is a new beginning!
What adventures are waiting to be discovered?

From "Coming Out Of The Dark" by Gloria Estefan:
"Starting again is part of the plan.
I'll be so much stronger holding your hand.
Step by step, I'll make it through. I know I can!
May not make it easier but I have felt you near all the way."
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MSHUFFNPUFFN 10/20/2010 9:40PM

    I just love Gloria! I can totally see why you would pick her for motivation. Her songs pack so many emotions and feelings that no matter what your soul or heart is seeking you can find the answer in them.

Back in the day (and I still do) I always tried to sing along with the radio whenever her songs came on. I was convinced that I could 'sing me some Gloria'. Long before the show American Idol came out, I would have been the best/WORST wannabe contestant; the one that gets laughed off of the show at the very beginning of the season. lol I was convinced that I should be be part of her backup group/choir and wear those great 'south beachy' looks. Ha-Ha! Did she ROCK her glorious hair or what??? I luvvved it!!

I am very glad to hear that you have come back into the light. We all slide into that dark place sometimes. If we're blessed with great friends and family, we are not there long enough to fill out the change of address card. Grab and hold on to your blessings!

Keep sparking with the upbeat divas! Now, I must go back to youtube and watch some more Gloria videos. Has anyone seen my microphone?

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VIVIBARAJAS 10/19/2010 10:10AM

    Haven't heard Gloria in forever... going to pandora to listen.

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IZADORA 10/17/2010 12:20PM

    Rock on!!! emoticon

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TEENY_BIKINI 10/17/2010 3:14AM

    Welcome back to the light, gorgeous. I just love Gloria Estefan - and I just love that song "Coming Out of the Dark."

Now, I must go and download some of Gloria.

muah

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CBARRETT10 10/16/2010 5:40PM

  You know that the song is going to be stuck in my head all day! Thanks for sharing, and have a wonderful weekend!
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COLD_GOLD 10/16/2010 2:12AM

    that's fantastic!

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KIRSTEN 10/15/2010 11:58PM

    You go girl! You can do it if you believe in yourself. emoticon

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DETERMINEDJANET 10/15/2010 8:49PM

    Sounds like a good theme song to me!

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WENCHMAID 10/15/2010 8:16PM

    Atta girl!

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GEMINISUE 10/15/2010 5:07PM

    WOW that is great a song, got you feeling good about yourself. That happened to me, also many years ago, and

I Will Survive, got me over the hump, of depression. I think I wore it out!

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REJ7777 10/15/2010 2:53PM

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FITJEANS 10/15/2010 2:43PM

    Wow i am going straight to you tube to go listen to that inspiration song because you never know when you are gonna get the stinkin thinkin it just pops up and can be very hard to get rid of. Ive been gone from stinkin thinkin 2 weeks and since then ive been fighting it. emoticons like you have brought me back to the emoticon. So glad you are back and in the emoticon again only to shine emoticonyour bright spark and let it radiate.

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STRINGI719 10/15/2010 2:07PM

    Gotta love that Gloria!!! She's so amazing, and inspirational, too! I used to teach 4th graders, and in their reading series was a unit on Heroes, and in it was a biography about Ms. Estefan! I have her greatest hits CD - it's emoticon

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TRIGFROST 10/15/2010 1:56PM

    emoticon I like it... catchy!!!!!

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SHAWWB 10/15/2010 1:53PM

    That is a great song and it just makes you want to get up and go. Good attitude. Keep it up, we are all lovable, just need to fill our lives with the right people. Have a great weekend.

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GETFIT2LIVE 10/15/2010 1:14PM

    Love it--yes, you are indeed lovable, and I can't think of a better theme song!

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PARKERB2 10/15/2010 1:06PM

    Glad you started seeing things in a different light. Stay positive and keep Sparking. We're here for you.

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MARLYD 10/15/2010 1:04PM

   
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You are right --- You ARE lovable.

Here's another inspiring song for you: I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor.

Keep up the good work!!

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PEANUTSGARLING 10/15/2010 12:38PM

    Get on your feet! That's inspiring! Thanks.

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