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Becky the Bear

Monday, November 21, 2011

Apparently my crazy, psycho cheerleader on speed alter ego Becky is a bear. Just what sort I am not sure but as the days get colder and shorter she is no where to be found without some serious searching. I finally found her yesterday holed up under the electric blanket in the recliner (her version of a cave) getting ready for hibernation, chanting "feed me, feed me".

Don't think so sweety.

I made us get our backside up and out running yesterday, a 10k at what I intend to be my minimum race pace on Thursday and another 5.75 miles at a much slower pace, to start building up my miles again. Today I frog marched us to the gym for some time on the bike and a full circuit of ST that we've been neglecting. And stayed within nutrition ranges for both days.

Exercise and nutrition have been missing more days than not the last few weeks. I never thought I had Seasonal Affective Disorder - and I still don't - but there is no denying that the cold and dark is affecting me by making me want to eat and eat and eat...and then eat some build up fat stores for the cold months, along with skipping the exercise so as not to deplete the fat stores.

Fortunately I have learned and acquired enough skills this year on SP to nip that trend in the bud before and major damage occurred. This week I am committing to staying on track every day and getting some sort of exercise in so I can reacquire my healthy habits.

But I definitely live in the wrong state (MI). I really belong somewhere where the lowest temperature ever is about 65F and that is considered a freak occurrence.

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DOODIE59 11/25/2011 9:25AM

    You're not a bear, you're a ROBOT. You've got willpower like nobody else. There is no doubt in my mind that you will get to exactly where you want to be -- and then reset your goals ... and I'm not talking just nutrition and exercise. You go, girl.
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FUSCHIA6 11/25/2011 8:50AM

    Interesting, maybe that is why so many people feel the need to make New Year's Resolutions - they want to kick themselves out of a few months of pseudo hibernation.I too am missing the sunshine, warmth & dry paths.
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DOGSTARDADDY 11/22/2011 5:02PM

    You need to go where it's warm! You need palm trees...

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DEZZIEJAMES 11/22/2011 4:00PM

    *hugs* I too have been wanting to hibernate. Skipped exercise the last two days b/c they have been cold and rainy. I am mentally prepping myself to get in gear today and lot some fitness minutes!!! Good to see you're whipping Becky back into shape!


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1BEARWIFE 11/22/2011 1:38PM

    Winter is the time to change our light bulbs to those of "natural" sunshine. It makes a big difference with me and hubby!

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MCJULIEO 11/22/2011 1:33PM

    You are welcome to come to Texas, as generations of immigrants have discovered...but the heat in the summer might not be so appealing...

As Davy Crockett once said, "You can go to hell -- I'm going to Texas!"

He also said , "First make sure you're right, then go ahead."

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APIRLRAIN888 11/22/2011 12:00PM

    So my gosh dies Beck know FITME lol no run in like a week noe

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CANDOK1260 11/22/2011 11:22AM

    great blog and I understand as the temperature get colder inCleveland I want to eat

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CBAILEYC 11/22/2011 10:41AM

    Sometimes, you just have to not think and simply do. Nevermind bargaining or arguing with yourself.. or Becky in this case. You do exactly what you did - ignore the yackity-yack and simply start moving and don't stop!

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CODEMAULER 11/22/2011 8:30AM

    Way to kick some "bear butt!"


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GETSTRONGRRR 11/21/2011 11:20PM

    OK little sister, you and me both this week!

Let's do it! Workout, eat well, log it and blog it!

See you in cyberspace!

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INIT2LIVEIT 11/21/2011 11:13PM

    Great job on keeping it focused! emoticon

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I'm a reindeer! But which one?

Monday, November 14, 2011

I just registered for the annual Turkey Trot in Detroit, on Thanksgiving Day. Apparently this is a huge deal, they cut off registrations at 20,000 participants.

There are 3 races, the Mashed Potato Mile, The Stuffing Strut 5k and the Turkey Trot 10k. Costumes are encouraged. I registered for the Turkey Trot.

Because there are so many people they are having starting corrals this year. This is they first large race I've been in so I've never used a corral. The corrals, apparently, have names:

Comet (5-8 minute/mile pace); Blitzen (8-9:30); Dasher (9:30-11); Prancer (11+); Rudolph (walkers)

The website doesn't really explain exactly how to choose a corral. I expect to run an average pace of 9:45 over the total distance based on previous runs, which makes me Dasher. But I start out at a Blitzen pace for the first few miles.

So am I supposed to choose the reindeer based on how I will start so I am not trampling others who start slower and risk getting trampled myself (Comet & Blitzen start together & I will be at the slower end of the range)? Or choose the reindeer based on my total overall average pace and go for the trampling others option? With that many runners will it be really crowded for most of the distance or will we just sort of space ourselves out after the first bit of distance? If my costume includes a faux weapon can I use that to clear my path?

OK, I was just kidding about that last question. emoticon

I had to choose in order to register so I signed up as Blitzen. I figure I can unofficially attach myself to someone to pace off of when we start as I will run faster if I'm running "with" someone. And by the time I start to slow down into the Dasher pace the crowded will have eased somewhat. I'm hoping my assumptions are correct, but if needed I can probably just re-assign myself and go to the Dasher corral.

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MCJULIEO 11/15/2011 12:37PM

    What!!!??? What happened to the OTHER reindeer? Do Cupid and Donder take the holiday off??? What about Ralph, and Arnold, the backup reindeer?
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MS_DOLLY 11/15/2011 11:23AM

    Great luck in the race. Loved reading your thought process about the corrals. So what's your costume? Remember aerodynamics...

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INIT2LIVEIT 11/15/2011 3:03AM

    That is so exciting. Can't wait to read all about it. Hope you will post pics!?!

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GEORGIZ 11/14/2011 10:31PM

    I imagine that a public run that involves 20,000 participants who put themselves in categories named after reindeer isn't nearly as structured as you (or I) might be. I do appreciate the attention you've put into this (and I think your plan is solid). Have fun and kick butt!

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GETSTRONGRRR 11/14/2011 10:00PM

    Hmmm, interesting problem. I'd try to get to the front of the Dasher corral and see what happens from there.

In the end, starting lines are always a chocolate mess, it's a lesson in group dynamics.

Of course you can always splash yourself with some Whitetail Doe Deer Scent before the race and see if that helps with the crowd control

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ZEESPARROW 11/14/2011 9:33PM

    Sounds like a good plan! I'm thinking the faux weapon is a great idea, though... will there be pictures? emoticon

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FUSCHIA6 11/14/2011 9:19PM

    I love the idea of the reindeer being corralled. Do you think Santa would approve? I bet they corral reindeer in Siberia. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DOGSTARDADDY 11/14/2011 5:11PM

    Sounds very cool! have fun, and try to get pictures.

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1BEARWIFE 11/14/2011 4:30PM

    I like the Blitzen for you, too. We all know emoticon, especially if you're in a pack and have competition!! Did you give any thought to your costume? I still think turkey feathers and a pilgrim hat would be very chic. emoticon

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    OH, what a funny girl! emoticonI'd just pick the closest one to the one I think I'm most like, no matter how fast! For me, well, Dasher just wouldn't do! emoticon

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KKINNEA 11/14/2011 1:21PM

    I would have advised the same. You can start at the back of that corral or even move back on race day if needed. Just stay to one side and you shouldn't get run over regardless. Love the reindeer name usage :)

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BLUEANGELLK 11/14/2011 1:17PM

    I think the Blitzen category is where you need to be. Just wear the antlers and you can use those as your weapon!!!

Best of luck!!!

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APIRLRAIN888 11/14/2011 1:11PM

    Good forgot all my reindeer names glad u figured it out

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Big Bird is a turkey

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Today was the Big Bird Run in Roseville, MI. They do a 1 mile, a 4k and a 10k race every year. I was tempted by the 10k, I have not yet run one of those races, but decided to run the 4k instead. I wanted to see if, after 2 months of not training very hard, I could still do my 2 miles in under 18 minutes (a 4k is about 2.5 miles).

This was my first race since the half marathon in September. I've run every week, done a few 9 mile runs outside, but mostly either 3 or 6 miles on the treadmill once or twice a week. Plus temps have dropped to the 40s F and the weather forecast was calling for wind & rain today. So I was pretty nervous this morning. I got a new inhaler when I had my physical a few weeks ago but the possibility of an asthma attack had me concerned.

I loaded up my fanny pack with my inhaler and a mask, donned my leopard print skort, gloves & headband (I like to coordinate) and 3 layers of tops and headed to the race. I had 3 levels of goals for today: finish in 25 minutes (a 10 minute mile pace to allow for the weather and possible breathing issues); finish in 22:30 (a 9 minute mile pace); or finish in 20 minutes (way faster than I've ever gone for that distance).

Despite a near collision in the very beginning with a short person (kid) I was off to good start near the front. I remembered to start my watch this time since we did not have individual start times for this race. Somehow I missed the 1 mile mark though so I had no idea how far I'd run or how fast I was going until the 2 mile marker. I was at 17:32 at the 2 mile point, woohoo! That's a 10 second improvement from 2 months ago and well below what I need to do for black belt testing. AND I only had half a mile to go by then!

I crossed the finish at 22:02 so I beat my first 2 goals. I didn't quite come close to the third one but that was a stretch goal and gives me something to work towards for next year. And no breathing issues today. I used the inhaler before leaving home and again right before we started running so I don't know if that is the reason or if the exercise induced asthma is just not as bad as in prior years when I was overweight & out of shape. I feel confident enough right now though to register for the Turkey Trot in Detroit on Thanksgiving Day and for the local Jingle Bell Run in mid-December.

This race doesn't score by age groups but I was 28th out of 141 women. I don't know where I am in terms of total runners, the results aren't posted yet. But I do know if I had run the 1 mile race I would have been in 2nd or 3rd place.

The race has a big raffle every year for turkeys and gifts from the sponsors. I didn't win a turkey but I did get a $25 gift card to the running shop. Combined with the frequent buyer discount that will get my next pair of shoes at half the price. WooHoo!

Now I have to plan my costume for the Turkey Trot!

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SPARKCHANTAL 11/15/2011 3:04PM

    hey, congratulations!

turkey trot? jingle bell run? you americans sound like you love to have fun. i miss that over here. but watch out for turkey shooters!

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KAYELENE 11/15/2011 6:26AM

    Wow! that's fantastic emoticon

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PIXIEMOM13 11/14/2011 10:51AM

    Sounds like you had a great run! emoticon

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CBAILEYC 11/14/2011 10:27AM

    Sounds like a great run! Congrats!

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FUNKY5RED 11/14/2011 9:48AM

    Congratulations on a great job! You set goals and achieved them!
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    I'm so glad you did it, and did it well! emoticonNext time, go for the 10! I'll bet you'll surprise yourself how well you do! emoticon emoticon

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MCJULIEO 11/13/2011 8:58PM

    FanTAStic! You are such an inspiration!

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GETSTRONGRRR 11/13/2011 6:47PM

    Congrats and good on you. I loved running in the cool fall weather!

Those sound like great times and good goals for your next big event

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EARTHMOTHR 11/13/2011 6:25PM

    Congratulations! You should be very proud!!!

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CODEMAULER 11/13/2011 4:20PM

    Great job!

BTW, I'm originally from MI. I didn't know that is where you are / were running.


New shoes sound way better than turkey!

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1BEARWIFE 11/13/2011 3:46PM

    You are the Running Diva!! How about some feathers for your Turkey Run costume? emoticon emoticon And a Pilgrim hat to go with the feathers?!

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KKINNEA 11/13/2011 3:07PM

    Awesome job!!

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FUSCHIA6 11/13/2011 2:00PM

    Good work! I definitely want to see pictures from the turkey trot!

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FITNFUNJEN 11/13/2011 1:16PM

    Way to go! I have never been a runner. But I'm considering starting the C25K program just to prove to myself that I CAN run! Asthma always caused me issued with running when I was in high school. So you give me hope that I can still run even if asthma becomes an issue again.

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APIRLRAIN888 11/13/2011 1:09PM

    Woah speedy Gonzales! Great job for not training!!!

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DOODIE59 11/13/2011 1:01PM

    Wow. Two goals and half off new shoes. Who says running doesn't pay off:)

Have fun at the Turkey Trot!

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Been MIA, but now I'm found

Friday, November 11, 2011

I've been logging in every day but have not spent a lot of time on SP beyond that. I've been hit or miss with nutrition tracking, and with fitness. I am constantly surprised by how easy it is to slip backwards into old habits (and I shouldn't be surprised). The good news is I'm definately maintaining within the +/- 5 lbs I have set for myself, and mostly on the minus side. I'm just not in weight loss mode anymore and I'm OK with that. It would be great to lose another 10 lbs but it's also great if I don't.

The last few weeks have been incredibably busy. Because I just turned 40 I had some new things to add to my annual physical this year. I got my referral for a mammogram, which is scheduled for early December. I requested a bone density, which I should have had done a few years ago but I did not feel like fighting with the insurance company over since I don't fit the typical age profile. All the traditional physical stuff is good - BP, thyroid, cholesterol, BMI, etc. My doc (who is soooo very cute!) even said he's very impressed by my BMI and that he doesn't see too many people with a healthy one anymore. emoticon

On the 2nd we had (optional) biometric testing at work, which is just a quick & dirty check of the same vitals - BP, weight, waist circumference, cholesterol & body fat. Again everything was good. I want to work on the body fat %; I measured at 24.5% which is on the lower side of normal but I want to get it down to the "Athlete" range of 14-20%.

My bone density scan was yesterday and again everything looks good according to the tech. I still want a copy of the report so I can see the #s for myself. Requesting the reports drives the doctor's office insane. Every time I do so they want to argue "Doctor said everything was normal (so you don't need the report)". It's great that doctor said but I still want the report so I can see the results and know exactly what's what for myself.

My son is now back home, he spent a week in an in-patient facility for evaluation. He will again be seeing a therapist and resuming medication, partly because I think he needs that help to manage and partly because we hope that by showing he is getting help they are less likely to press charges. Although I have no idea what they can do since he did not commit a crime or actually DO anything beyond writing in his notebooks. Regardless the school still feels he is a threat and has recommended expulsion for the rest of the year so we have to apply to the on-line school so he can keep up and finish this year. I don't feel it is worth the mental / emotional / social cost to appeal the recommendation at the formal school board hearing next week. Unfortunately, since he is expelled, he will not be going to London with the marching band. Our tickets (mine, my daughter's and his father's who is traveling separately) are already purchased and the trips paid for. We had just been about to make the final deposit for his ticket when all this happened; depending on the cost to add him to my trip (if it is within the amount of the final deposit) he may or may not get to go with us.

My garden is now pretty much done. I brought in the last 4 pumpkins over the weekend and cooked most of them up for baking / freezing. My son asked if he could give the last one to his girlfriend, she wants to try homemade pumkin baked goods. I had 12 pumpkins total this year - I had hoped for 3! I still have to pull up the peanuts and cut back & dry all of the mint and then I'll be done for the year and can start planning next year's garden.

I am now down to 5 cats. Originally I had 2, the original Fangface and Tyler. Fangface died in 2009 and after a few months I got Turtle, who was a tiny little furball. Tyler is anti-scoial and she needed to be around another cat (she was only 5 weeks, way too little to be away from her cat mom) so I found Rocky to be her little sister. Then in 2010 my sister had to move to NC for her husband's job and their new home does not allow I took her 2 cats, Rosie & Church. Then came Gandalf, a.k.a. Garage Kitty. So then I had 6. I was officially the Crazy Cat Lady at that point.

Rosie & Church have never realy liked living with me or my cats (and Munchie the Stupid Dog). They are very passive aggressive about it, which to a cat means they pee on everything. Rosie even peed in my camelback a few months ago; fortunately I realized what she had done before filling it with water & heading out on my run that day. I have been very unhappy with the situation for awhile now, especially with new furniture for the 1st time in a very long while. I finally told my sister that I just couldn't keep them anymore if they were going to continue. Last week someone answered the ad for Church and took him home for his daughter. That just leaves Rosie and we are still looking for a home for her.

I feel bad for them but they are just not happy living with me. And I am not happy finding cat pee everywhere. I have to replace the living room carpet because of them (and the Stupid Dog who doesn't like peeing in the snow in winter) and I really don't want my new furniture ruined and smelly either. The carpet is removed and I just have the bare plywood right now while I save next year for the new flooring.

I had wanted to run a race last weekend but the time conflicted with my son's fife & drum practice. I am registered to run the Big Bird Run 4k this Sunday. I have a new inhaler and a mask in case I need it for the cold. The swag bag is supposed to include gloves which is good, I have been looking for some. I'm also probably going to register for a Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day and I'm thinking that will be the last race for this year. I am a fair weather runner, I much prefer the heat to the cold.

What I really want to do is run a race while we are in Europe. We will be there 10 full days, mostly in London and the last 2 days in Paris. But our schedule is open so we don't have to remain in London for those 8 days. I've not yet found one to do but now that my son won't be marching in the New Year's Day parade I have a few more options.

Lots of work stress right now. It is a transition time as our "new" owner moves closer to the consolidation I believe will happen. And my department has a new VP who is now making changes to how we work. My job got changed this week, I have the same title & official responsibilities but different commodities now and more "other" assignments. I've been talking with the Director about getting rid of my commodities entirely and moving into business processes and this is a step towards that goal so this is not really a bad thing for me...but the change could have been handled in a much better way. He basically just called each one of us in Tuesay morning & told us what our new jobs were going to be, no discussion or input. Not a good way to handle it, even if it had previously been a theoreical discussion as in my case. At least one of my coworkers was unofiicially demoted - same job title but the responsibilities are a step down. And my current soon to be old boss had his job taken away but he "has a good opportunity to move into", which is not yet publicized. So it could be good for him, or it could be a demotion. And more changes are going to be announced over the next few weeks / months.

Don't get me wrong, I am not a CAVE dweller ("Citizens Against Virtually Everything"). I understand change happens, change can be good and progress requires it. I just like having some input into the change that affects me directly - like if I am now responsible for making system improvements in my dept. has anyone bothered to get the Information Systems manager to agree to provide the necessary resources? I have the verbal support of the people I will be working with but they have to get their manager's approval first...and she has not included my projects in her already submitted budget because - of course - no one talked to her before reassigning me. And now, with the "new" owner, we are so much more budget conscious that if it is not in the budget it will not happen. Ooops, someone didn't think that one through.

And so it is now hurry up & wait. I can't start my new responsibilities until I can hand over my current ones, which can't happen until that person hands off his, which can't happen until the other person hands off his...

Patience is not one of my virtues.

And this is probably enough of an update for now. Hope everyone is having a good start tho their weekend!

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MCJULIEO 11/12/2011 10:19AM

    What a merry-go-wheel you are on! I ache just thinking about it!

Hang in there... you know that we're rooting for you!

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SARAHJG33 11/12/2011 8:06AM

    Good to hear from you. I hope that everything works out in the end. Good luck finding a race in London! emoticon Even if you don't, jogging is a great way to sightsee.

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KAREN42BOYS 11/11/2011 11:02PM

    You must feel sometimes like a spinning top with all of these different things pulling at you.

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MIQUEY73 11/11/2011 10:02PM

    I can totally identify with the work situation. Best of luck to you on that front!

I really need to get outside and finish cleaning up my garden. Been so busy that when I have time I just don't wanna! Had better do it this weekend though I'm thinking. The snow is going to come sooner than I want I'm sure.

Good luck to your son too! I hope things settle and work out for the best.

I'm trying to find a home for two kittens myself. I'm actually surprise we haven't yet. They're so darn cute, who wouldn't want them!

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DOGSTARDADDY 11/11/2011 4:36PM

    yikes... talk about having alot on your plate.
Glad to hear from you. Never forget that we're here, thinking of you. Take strength in that.

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1BEARWIFE 11/11/2011 4:35PM

    I admire your tenacity. You have had many issues to deal with, and seem to be coming through them winningly. New management.........a lot of stressful crap!!! Hang in there, friend! emoticon

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KKINNEA 11/11/2011 3:19PM

    Sounds like you've got plenty going on...sending you strength to deal with it all!

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GETSTRONGRRR 11/11/2011 2:44PM

    Welcome back to the world of the've got a lot on your plate, any one of which is pretty big, so, as always, you're doing great keeping all those plates spinning simultaneously.

STARFISHES will wave bye-bye to the kitty cats as they pass you climbing the ladder of 5% Challenge success!!!

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DOODIE59 11/11/2011 2:32PM

    Lots of stresses in your life right now. Sticking with your disciplined exercise pattern might well be a comfort during all this turmoil -- the one place you're in control:)

I hope everything works out for the best --
Have a great weekend,

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DEZZIEJAMES 11/11/2011 2:17PM

    I'm so glad you checked in! I've been thinking of you!!!

Happy belated birthday!!

I'm also very happy to hear of the good news from the doctor's offices, and can totally understand why you would want to see the results!

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FUSCHIA6 11/11/2011 2:12PM

    I'm so glad things are getting settled. I have 2 friends who have run races in France the last few years. It sounds so exciting. One of them even had a wine stop! I still have carrrots & onions in the ground. We are going to a provincial junior football tournament this weekend in another city. I plan on taking full advantage of all of their gym, spa, & recreation facilities. It's too bad that our stupid dog has to come!
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CODEMAULER 11/11/2011 1:59PM

    You've certainly been busy. That schedule doesn't leave much time for Sparking.

I understand your frustration with the pet situation. We are VERY lucky that our cats like to live with us (and let us pay for everything, LOL). My mother has a knack for finding 'troubled cats' and it's a shame.

I hope that the news with your son continues to improve.


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APIRLRAIN888 11/11/2011 1:57PM

    Wow thx for chking in that's a lot going on

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Board Breaking pic

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

We tried but it was difficult to get pictures, this is the best one. Note that my board holder was not the ex-h so he remained unscathed.

My coworkers decorated my desk for my birthday:

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DOGSTARDADDY 11/7/2011 5:06PM

    Nicely done!
Your desk is way neater than mine. Girls are so organized :)

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1BEARWIFE 11/3/2011 6:56PM

    Now THAT is impressive!!!! emoticon

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YAGERMONSTER 11/3/2011 6:15AM

    Woo-Hoo! Way to go.

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VYVIENN 11/3/2011 1:22AM

    Woohoo, action shot!! Great job emoticon

Wow, your colleagues really went all out. What a nice surprise!

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FUSCHIA6 11/3/2011 12:38AM

    That's cool! What are the photos of at your desk?
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RESULTS361AP09 11/2/2011 9:35PM

    Wow-congratulations! Wishing you a very Happy Birthday too!

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KAYELENE 11/2/2011 8:27PM

    emoticon Congrats on the board breaking.

Hope you had a great birthday.

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DOODIE59 11/2/2011 4:46PM

    So that's what it looks like! Thanks for sharing, and congratulations:)

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INIT2LIVEIT 11/2/2011 2:53PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
You rock!!!

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APIRLRAIN888 11/2/2011 2:05PM

    Lol love it

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FITNFUNJEN 11/2/2011 1:09PM

    Great pics! Congrats on the board breaking! I'm just waiting for my ankle to feel strong enough and then I'll be returning to karate. My husband said it will be a great feeling for me when I break my first board. I got to watch my kids do it at their last belt test!

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    Congratulations! emoticon

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KAREN42BOYS 11/2/2011 11:06AM

    looks like a very satisfying happy day! and great colleagues to celebrate you like that!

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CANDOK1260 11/2/2011 10:58AM

    sound like a fun birthday emoticon

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