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EEEK!! I've become a once a weeker!!!! How the heck did that happen??

Saturday, September 12, 2009

EEEK!!! I can't believe how I am letting my sparks slide!!! I can't believe I've become a person that checks in only once a week and only briefly at that and today I don't have time to spend checking in on all my friends who I have been neglecting terribly!!! I have got to work out a schedule that gives me some sparktime during the week....
Anyways on to my triumph for the day!!! I killed the mile 2 dragon!!! Since week 7 or 8 of the C25K program I have had this mile 2 dragon that I could not get past. No matter how hard I tried or how much I ran I could not make it to mile 2 without taking a walking break. Uggh...it was so frustrating!!! I would get so tired, my muscles so sore, and so breathless that I just could not do it. Of course, last week, I had a cold so that did make breathing a little more difficult. Anyway, today I slayed the dragon!! We changed our running location for today from my sister's neighborhood to a park located about a mile closer to my house. This park has a beautiful cement path around the outside of the park and as we discovered today, even has 10th of mile markers painted on the sidewalk!! It is a popular exercise location and one can usually see runners and walkers on the path at all times of the day. We started at 6 am and had some company on the path, kind of a nice change! Running in circles around the park got a little boring, but I think it was what I needed. I had none of the regular landmarks to tell me when to give up. I didn't have the mailboxes that tell me when I've run one mile or the lake telling me I've gone 1.3 miles (usually my limit is 1.3 to 1.5 miles). I did have the little green squares showing me when I reached another tenth of a mile and I started mentally calculating those and decided I could quite when I had run the usual 1.3 to 1.5 but then, before I reached that marker I decided I could go a little bit farther..."I could run that little bit up that tiny hill and push myself that far". "Well, it is all down hill from this point, and now I am right on the street, do I really want to let everybody see me quit right here at the edge of the street?" "Well, now it is not that far until I reach 2 miles, just keep going". And I did!! I kept going, my hiney really wanted me to stop, boy did it want me to stop, my tush has not complained this much during a run ever!! I decided to ignore my annoying tush and keep going until I hit the .3 mile marker, which probably put me just a tiny bit over my 2 miles!!! Woo Hooo!! My sister called me a warrior when we were talking about slaying that dragon and I immediately struck a yoga Warrior Pose!! I felt strong like a warrior too!! I broke a barrier and I know that I can break more!! Patience and practice will get me there!!

  
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JOY_JOY 9/18/2009 7:59PM

  YAY!!! That's so rad! You've written it so well that I really am super excited right now for you!!!
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4EVERADONEGIRL 9/18/2009 7:44PM

    You are AWESOME!!! Can't wait for you to tell everyone about your Wednesday run...we're all waiting....LOL

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THE_NEW_MELISSA 9/17/2009 12:03PM

    WAY TO GO!!! What a great feeling that must have been! I'm so proud of you! I miss your check-ins, life gets kinda hectic sometimes, I understand completely. Glad to see you're doing so well :) *hugs*

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KING*GET*FIT 9/13/2009 11:25AM

    Good for you. My running friend told me that you hit a wall with in the first 2 miles and to just run through it. I hit runners walls all along my run but I have been pushing through them and they do go away. Yesterday I ran for 90 mins. straight. Who'd've thunk I'd ever do that. You can too.

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PHOENIXHASRISEN 9/13/2009 7:12AM

    Awesome job at being persistent! WAY TO GO!

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CAZ_NR_HEATHROW 9/13/2009 4:57AM

    emoticonHeather on cracking another hurdle- you have such determination!

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Well done hun, proud of you
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Caz
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IZZYBUBBLES 9/12/2009 11:47PM

    Nice work slaying the two mile dragon! It's breaking barriers like that that make all the struggle worth it. You should be so proud of your achievement!!

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FLUTTER-BY)L( 9/12/2009 7:43PM

    You go girl. Great job. this is amazing. I think sometimes change can give us energy.


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THERESAMARIEM 9/12/2009 5:49PM

    Good for you! I can tell that you are so proud of your accomplishments and you should tell the world because you did a wonderful thing and many people out there will look at you as their motivation. Congrats! I know you feel great too!!

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LAURANAV1 9/12/2009 5:33PM

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Great job! It is such a mental battle sometimes, but you did it!

Laura

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ZOMMBIE1 9/12/2009 5:21PM

    WAY TO GO for breaking down that dragon!!!!!

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I am a runner!! Sort of...

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Yesterday was my first running 5K and it was a blast and it was at Disneyland!! I knew going into it I would not be able to run the entire distance. My training stalled at 28 minutes and about a mile and a half and I just couldn't break past that time before our race today. During our two runs this week before today's race I experimented with running and super brisk walking intervals and found some good success with that method and I went into today's race planning on doing exactly what I'd been doing this week. Last night I was soooo excited I barely slept, even though I tried really hard. Got up at 4:00 this morning and got ready to go. Put my Mickey Mouse earrings on, put my Minnie Mouse hair scrunchie in. Dressed in my favorite running shirt, my New Balance running shoes with my cushie bamboo fiber socks and I was ready to go!! We get to Disneyland get parked and exiting the parking structure all you can see are people, people, people!! I could not believe how many people there were!! We lined up far, far from the start line and started stretching. The thing that hit me first was excitement!! Yea, finally this is the moment we have been training for!! Then the level of humidity hit me-dang nab it!! I am definately coming down with my daughter's cold and I was already feeling wheezy and the humidity did not help me at all!! But I was not going to let a little congestion and alot of dampness kill my excitement!! The race started and we were off and running??? Not exactly!! There were so many people and so many people who planned on walking the entire race that really we started off with a walk. It took a couple of minutes to reach the Start line because we were so far back and then just as I was really getting into my stride and ready to go, we bottlenecked again and it was back to a fairly slow walking pace. This happened a couple more times but then we were running and I was passing other runners!!!! I ran my first mile and went to very brisk walk and was still passing people. The thing that threw me off at mile 1 was the time clock!! 19 minutes, almost 20!!! What the heck!!! It hasn't taken me that long to complete a mile in several weeks!!! Then I remembered all the bottle necks and how long it took us to get to the Start line and I deducted right off the bat 4 minutes from my time!! I have consistently finished my first mile in 15 minutes for the last several weeks and I am sure I actually ran a faster pace than that when I was actually able to run!! Mile 2 was primarily "race walking", still passing quite a few of the other walker and still feeling good. I reached the water stop and decided that it was so humid that I would probably benefit from putting half my water in my mouth and pouring the other half down my shirt ot help cool me down!!! I forgot that the humidity would keep my shirt from drying for a LONG TIME and most of my pictures show me with a wet shirt!! LOL-OOPS!! I was cooler for awhile though!! The mile 2 time clock showed a time of 33 minutes-a 13 minute pace!! Awesome!! Mile 3 was hard, I didn't do as well there, but I made it in at 50 minutes!! So 17 minutes on mile 3 which is about right for me!! With the 4 minute deduction for unavoidable delays, I put my time at 46 minutes!! I matched my personal best on a day I was not feeling my personal best and I got my medal!!! Everybody got a medal so it was kind of cool!!! We had a super blast and on Monday I start working on breaking that distance barrier I am up against so that my next 5K will be all running and MUCH, much faster!!! To celebrate my success I went to Build a Bear and built a cat in a robe and slippers-she is celebrating her success and giving herself the special treatment she deserves. I still have to update my ticker but I am now at 42 pounds lost and have a 5K and a medal to show that I am now a runner!! Next stop the Oceanside, CA Turkey Trot and then a few more 5Ks. Next June a 10K and if all goes as planned, next September the Disneyland 1/2 marathon-13.1 miles!!! I am what I never thought I would be...a runner!!

  
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IZZYBUBBLES 9/12/2009 11:52PM

    Great job and congrats on your 5k!! Loved the pictures, too, the 5k looks like it was tons of fun. Kinda wish I'd done it now becuase you all looked like you were having such a good time with it!!

Running is all a mental state - if you believe in your mind that you're a runner, then you are! Just be getting out there and starting you're doing something that most people wouldn't do. You definitely deserve to treat yourself after such a great race!

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SMEGS44 9/12/2009 12:19PM

    Congrats! I started running over a year ago and it took me a good 10 months to build up to running a 5K non stop. Now, I'm training for a 10K in November. It's hard but it feels so good to accomplish it. So, keep up the good work!

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JOANNAMARIE 9/11/2009 5:31PM

    Congratulations! I am so proud of you and your achievements! I was looking at your list of 5ks you want to do this year, and that is fantastic! Wish the weather were nicer here where I live because I would certainly get into running!

Anyway kudos to you!

Joanna

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LAURANAV1 9/8/2009 3:38PM

    WooHoo! That is so fantastic! I loved your running/fast walking plan going in and I used that myself in my 6K. It was kind of exciting to know that even though I was alone on Saturday, I had you two in mind as well!

Laura

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THE_NEW_MELISSA 9/7/2009 5:21PM

    Oh my gosh I am so excited for you! I am just back from vacation and this is the first thing I checked to see how you guys did on your Disney 5k!!! yay!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm so proud of you! Congrats! emoticon

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FLUTTER-BY)L( 9/6/2009 6:19PM

    congratulations on a job well done. That is Brave. Keep it up.

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JILLIANPRNCSS 9/6/2009 6:04PM

    After reading all your work that you put into your training has made me start thnking about running again. So I went ahead and signed up for a 5k in Nov. Thanks for getting me back in the game and Congrats. emoticon

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4MYPTS 9/6/2009 4:48PM

    emoticonon your achievement!!! emoticon

In my 30's I participated in MANY k and marathon runs and whenever there is a large group although we all would like to actually start running and anticipate a different scenario, as typical and realistic as it is, the only thing you can do is be patient and walk until an opportunity arises to actually start the planned goal of running.

Well you're one level higher than previous!!! emoticon

Good job!!!

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KING*GET*FIT 9/6/2009 4:17PM

    emoticonI was looking forward to this post to see how you did.

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KJEM182 9/6/2009 3:56PM

    GREAT job!!! I'll be running the Disneyland half in 2010 as well-hope to see you there!!

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-DEBY- 9/6/2009 11:20AM

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emoticonWhat an Accomplishment... You must feel soooo proud... Great Job...

~~BLESSings~~ this LOVEly Sunday ~~0:)


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CAZ_NR_HEATHROW 9/6/2009 10:58AM

    emoticonon becoming a runner Heather and getting that medal. Soon Heather 5k runner will be known as Heather Marathon Runner........how cool is that.

emoticon emoticonyou did it...you ran your 5k!!!!!!!!!

Good luck with your future goals
Luv
Caz
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ROSY1223 9/6/2009 10:46AM

    Congrats on your 5k! I always track my own time on my watch because the pace clocks throw me off. ") Looks like you've got some really great goals in place. Good luck to you in reaching your goals!

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Tomorrow is race day!!

Friday, September 04, 2009

This will be a quickie!! Today my husband is home to watch the kids while my mother, sister and I attend the Disneyland Health Expo!! I am so excited!! Today we pick up our race bibs and t-shirts and have fun at the Expo and Downtown Disney. For the uninitiated Downtown Disney is an outdoor mall with shops and restaurants...Sephora here I come (unfortunately I don't really have any spending money so I guess my husband would actually see that as being a fortunate thing!!). Tomorrow, before most of you even crawl out of bed we will be on our way to Disneyland to run our 5K. Yesterday's run was a good one and I came in just 1 minute over the 45 so hopefully, tomorrow, with adreneline in place, I will do just fine. The bad part, I think I'm coming down with my daughter's cold!! ACKKKK!! NOOOOOOOO!! Vitamin C is my best friend as well as the decongestants I've been taking for the allergies that have been bad due to all the smoke in our air right now. The worst fires in So. Cal are Northwest and West of us. The fires in our area are either out or under controll at this point, Bee Canyon, Lake Elsinore, Oak Glenn and Yucaipa, but the smoke from all the others still makes it inland quite aways. Hopefully the cool front we are expecting will hit and bring some fresh air with it to settle some of the irritants before the race tomorrow. I think I will be able to get through no matter just on the excitement I feel!!! Will fill you in on everything tomorrow!!!!

  
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FIRENUT34 9/5/2009 2:49PM

    Hope your 5K went great. Once your hooked your hooked. Soon it will be half marathons.

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CHRYS13 9/4/2009 11:01PM

    Way to go! What a thrill! Can't wait to hear more...best of luck!

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XHASTEDMOMOF2 9/4/2009 10:28PM

    How exciting!! Wishing you all the best in the 5K!! (And get some good rest tonight so you can beat that awful cold!!)

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4MYPTS 9/4/2009 4:14PM

    Good luck, of course you know to hydrate well before hand and afterwards, carb it up tonight or eat a hamburger with a bun pass on the fries and soda, just get some good revving carbs/protein in your system.

Have a good upbeat song in your head and I will pray that you get great cool and smokefree weather!

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EMT6937 9/4/2009 3:27PM

    good luck on the race

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LAURANAV1 9/4/2009 2:40PM

    Good luck! Can't wait to hear how you do. I go pick up my packet today after work and I'm pretty excited.

Zicam cold remedy nose swabs - they have saved me the last 2 years!

Laura

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KING*GET*FIT 9/4/2009 1:45PM

    Good luck! I can't wait to hear how you do.

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HJFOGARTY 9/4/2009 1:21PM

    good luck and really enjoy that race!

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EXERTIGER 9/4/2009 12:42PM

    Can't wait to hear how your race goes. I'll be thinking of you.

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1HAPPYWIFE4EVER 9/4/2009 12:20PM

    Good luck - I know you will do great!

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CAZ_NR_HEATHROW 9/4/2009 12:19PM

    Best of luck Heather....no going back now hun-GO FOR IT!!!!!

I hope the fires are soon contained
Luv
Caz
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ETAGGEL 9/4/2009 11:58AM

    Best wishes on your venture.

Phyllis

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Happy Monday

Monday, August 31, 2009

Good day today. Went for our walk this morning. It was a good walk. We could see a hill on fire so that was not so good. For those not in the loop, much of So Cal is on fire right now. We always have a bad fire season, but this year has been very, very dry. We've had a fire burning to the east of us for a few days and now this one to the north. It makes the air kind of smoky and I spent a bit of the weekend with a splitting sinus headache. After our walk this morning I went home, collected the kids, and went on another walk!! A friend of mine has organized a walking group and I told her WEEKS ago that I would walk with her when it started and so here I am going on two walks every day!! The walk with my friend is a bit more relaxed than the walk with my sister though!! My friend's youngest and my youngest are the same age-her two older ones are quite a bit older than mine though (her youngest was a surprise blessing after many years of thinking that another child would be nice, but never having it come to be), so we both have strollers to push and we carrying on conversations and such. My son got bored after a bit but otherwise the kids pretty much enjoyed the time. They took turns walking and being in the stroller and we ended at a perfect time to drive the two blocks to school. Hopefully the weather will cool down soon and we will leave the car at home and just walk everywhere. We are on countdown to Saturday. It is coming so fast!! I had a moment of fright this morning. I had to climb into the back of the van and collect some things my daughter had left back there and I am not very graceful at getting out of my mommy mobile and somehow pulled my achilles tendon getting out!! For about 30 seconds it hurt like the dickens but then went away and has been fine the rest of the day-for a brief moment I was thinking "Oh this cannot be happening!! Not 5 days before the race!! NO WAY!!" I was running through my mind all the things I could do to make sure I was still running on Saturday-ice, ibuprofen, wrapping it, etc. because I was going to run even if I had to be stupid and take the pain meds left over from my last c-section!!! Thank goodness it is feeling fine now and I will not be getting into the back of the van again until after Saturday. Even if my daughter leaves a cup of milk back there I will be tossing the cup and contents on Saturday night rather than risk another clutzy move that might pull, tweak or sprain an important leg muscle or tendon!! So, hope everyone had a good Monday too and see you tomorrow!!

  
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JILLIANPRNCSS 9/1/2009 5:28PM

    Where are you at? My sister is in La Canada. She keeps taking pics from her apt. I hope it cools off for your race. I have complete faith that you will be amazing.

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4EVERADONEGIRL 9/1/2009 1:08PM

    I actually have nightmares that I'm going to hurt myself during this week! LOL

So I am declaring it - there will be NO INJURIES prior to race day! We are both going to go out there and rock that race!

Wooohoooo!!!

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LAURANAV1 9/1/2009 12:16PM

    Yea - no injuries this week! I'm very excited about your race on Saturday - I'm glad you are looking forward to it!

Laura

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NANCYBFULLER 9/1/2009 8:46AM

    Good luck on the race. I hope it is not too stiff this morning. Walk it off if it is,
Ibuprophen and ice are still good ideas before and after the race.
Good luck!!!!

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THE_NEW_MELISSA 9/1/2009 7:28AM

    Heather that is so awesome that you are getting two walks in a day on your non-run days! I'm so proud and envious! After my 4-year-old's soccer practice last night we decided to do some races in our empty lot beside our house and I was racing my 9-year-old running at full force and the two-year-old weaved in front me, causing me to fall hard on my right knee. It didn't hurt at first, I'm sure do to adrenaline, but as the night went on it started aching. Like you, I started to panic thinking of all the things I needed to do to stop the injury dead in its tracks. I was even considering taking my old c-section pain meds! What a hoot, I think we are so like :) Glad it's not bothering you now, my knee seems ok this morning, I did the elliptical for 35 minutes and it didn't really hurt anymore than usual, so let's wrap ourselves in bubblewrap til we get through the program and til you get done with Disney!!!!

Good luck Saturday....I'm cheering for you!!!

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CAZ_NR_HEATHROW 9/1/2009 4:59AM

    Hi Heather a minor scare in rehersals (your foot) is hopefully a sign that all will be well on the day.
Good luck hun, you've worked so hard towards this, enjoy and I so hope you do well!
Luv
Caz
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KING*GET*FIT 9/1/2009 12:11AM

    Good luck on your race. Hope you have good air quality!

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IISCORPIO 8/31/2009 11:01PM

    Thanks for sharing. It was great that someone else could say Happy Monday.

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End of the week thank goodness!!

Sunday, August 30, 2009

It was a busy, busy week and I had NO time for the computer this week!! School started back this week and with a 1st grader and a Kindergartener I have to go to the school 3 times a day and to make matters worse there are no buses this year due to budget cuts and the traffic is INSANE!! I swear every day is a test in defensive driving and I marvel at all the people driving vehicles that MUST have flunked their test a million times before they were finally given a pity license!! I would walk all the time except we have finally received summer. Delivery was delayed this year but, it has finally arrived!! 105 and up all week has not been fun. The evenings, thank goodness, do cool down and our workouts have still been taking place in nice cool weather (it is a HUGE blessing that where we live it does cool down at night), but the heat of the day still leaves me feeling tired and wilted like a lettuce leaf left in the sun all day!! Our runs this week have been difficult and hard to endure, but I've done it and it has been rewarding. I did adjust the C25K plan for today and think I will stay off plan for next week too. I left for our run early today and drove our route first and measured off distances of 8/10ths of a mile and 2/10ths of a mile and noted the landmarks at each spot. After our warm up walk I ran for the 8/10ths and then walked the 2/10ths (very briskly) and it worked quiet well for me to have the mini recovery sessions and overall I ended up running quite a bit more than if I had stayed on plan. Interestingly, not counting the distance of our warm up walk, our routine has been just barely over the 3.1 miles of a 5K!! I was about 3 minutes over the 45 minutes to complete the 5K in one week, but I still have 2 runs and 2 walks to adjust that. Also, from what I've seen, apparently adreneline plays a big part in a race and I am hoping it works in my favor too!! I am going to stick with my plan for the rest of the training sessions and use the fitness tracker maps to plot my race route for the same plan. I am not fast enough to run the 5K in 30 minutes like C25K plans on so I think the intervals will work best for me this time. Next 5K I bet I can run without intervals!! I plan on using the intervals on our walk days too, walking the 8/10ths as fast as possible and recovering slightly during the 2/10ths. I have to admit, there were moments this morning when I thought I must have measured falsely because it seemed sooooo far to be running, but I did it. My shoulder injury from last week is feeling much better, still gives me a twinge now and then, but nothing even close to before. I had a blast shopping for plants today!! I have a bouganvillia (hope I came even close to the right spelling) that has taken off and needs to be tied to a trellis and reigned in a little so I got a trellis and a whole bunch of fall flowers to put in planters and liven up my yard. Some small mum type flowers and some snapdragons and something I forget the name of -really spectacular cone shaped "flowers" that make the plant look like it is on fire. I live in a very warm zone so all of these will last until we get a frost, which sometimes doesn't happen until February or March. My bouganvilla is in its third bloom of the season already!! LOL! I also have a small section in the front of the house in dire need of something so I got some English Ivy to go in thereSo, anyhoo, hopefully next week will cool down so I feel like I have more energy and hopefully the school situation will settle down and I can set a time to get on the computer!! I've been missing my sparkfriends and seeing how you all are doing!! Hope everyone has a great rest of your weekend!!

  
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KING*GET*FIT 8/30/2009 9:25AM

    I don't know how you were able to delay summer where you are, we have had it up here. The school traffic is bad. We ride our bikes in the morning and some of the parents are only concerned about getting thier own chidlren to school and could care less of who they plow down in the process. We will be in a crosswalk and they will speed around us to make the turn, we will be on the sidewalk and they will pull out of the driveway to get on the road blocking the sidewalk and all the while glaring at us for using it. It is amazing to me.

I remember the days when I had a kinder and other children in school. It does mess up your day to be going back and forth so much. It just isn't long enough. I wish I could tell you it gets better and it does in some ways but now I have one in elem., one in Jr. High, and one in HS. The older two pretty much are getting themselves too and from school but it is the afternoon activities that are getting to be a lot of running around now.

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JILLIANPRNCSS 8/30/2009 7:14AM

    That was smart thinking to tweak the plan to fit your needs instead of giving up because it is not working. Fall weather will be here soon enough. I still have 1 more VERY LONG week until my 1st grader and Kindergartner get to go to school.

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CAZ_NR_HEATHROW 8/30/2009 4:37AM

    Hi there stranger LOL.....nice to see you again. I can just imagine how busy you've been.
WOW Heather brave lady to go running in that heat but you're doing so well and I'm glad to hear your shoulder is feeling better.

Enjoy your weekend too hun
Luv
Caz
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_MAOMAO_ 8/30/2009 2:40AM

  No school buses? Not a mother's fav dream, eh? Your running program is coming along so well, congratulations!
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FLUTTER-BY)L( 8/30/2009 12:51AM

    Oh I would hate to run in the heat. Good job adjusting your workout.

sounds like the yard will be good too. Take care!

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