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March Goals

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Well, it's been awhile since I've posted my goals and I've never been very good at it to start with. However, I am upping the ante this month and feel that posting the goals will help me stay on track. I kind of set a lot of goals, but like I said, I am upping the ante! I want to make March cry. It's not that I have anything against March-it is one of my favorite months (where I live we are pretty much already into spring and if you have a good alergy medication March is one of the best weather months we have), but the year, so far, has been kicking my behind instead of the other way around and I am going to take all that frustration out on March!!

Nutrition-I am keeping it simple here. I am going to track and enter my food and water. I've been off the tracking wagon for too long and it is time to fix the problem. For instance-we eat a lot of quesadillas in our house, they are easy, fast and the kids like them. As long as I weigh and measure my ingedients one quesadilla fits into my eating plan just fine and the salsa I like to dip it in for added flavor is a minor blip on the calorie register. Unfortunately, I've stopped weighing and measuring and I have a feeling there is way more cheese than there should be.

Fitness-this is where it gets a little complicated. Walking and running are already set items in my routine, but due to illness, shin splints, and sheer laziness on some days, I've called off more times than is acceptable. I've also been doing my homework and have uncovered some exercises that are reported to minimize the chance of injury. So...
-Walking-3 days a week with the addition of 4 sets of 12 repititions of walking lunges AND 3 sets of 10 reps of calf raises on a stair. The walking lunges are to be done during the walk and the calf raises immediately following. The lunges are said to balance the strength of your legs (so that one muscle group such as the hamstrings are not significantly stronger than, say, your calves-Fitness Magazine-Nov/Dec. 2009), the calf raises stretch your shins and achilles tendon which are both players in the shin splint drama.
-Running-2 days a week, which is really 3 days, but in the interest of continued shin health I am ready to give up one running or one walking day a week as needed. The running workout is getting the addtion of a 5 minute warm up run (slower than my normal pace and after the 5 minute warm up walk) followed by 3 sets of 30 second repetitions of hamstring stretches. Again, this technique is reported to minimize the chance of injury when running (Fitness magazine-Nov/Dec. 2009).
-Strength-Prevention Magazine's Total Body Toner program-I will be repeating week 1 for all 4 weeks of the month. Week 1 I will use 2 pound weights. Week 2 I will use 3 pound weights. Weeks 3 and 4 I will use 5 pound weights (at least that is the plan). By repeating the same moves and gradually increasing the weight I hope to give my muscles the gradual reintroduction to strength training that will amp the calorie burn while minimizing the soreness and injury factor. The program is kind of intense to start with-designed to give results in a short period of time-so I want to start light and build up so that I get at least some of the results without burning out. Next month I hope to have the momentum going to switch things up and keep things interesting.
-Yoga-I've been neglecting my yoga and my body is really feeling the difference. My back is complaining at me and so is the knee that has perpetually bothered me off and on since college. The knee had pretty much started behaving itself, going months without a twinge and then when it did act up it was back to normal within a day or two, where it would stay sore for a week or more before I started working out. It is time to give my body the treatment it is begging for. The plan is to get up a half an hour earlier than I have been and fit in a couple rounds of salute to the sun before going to walk/run. 3 days a week I will add to my strength training a round of exercises designed to strengthen your back to work on getting rid of those pesky back twinges I've been having.

Personal-two things here-1) start using my Sparkcalendar to the best of its abilities. The way I've been going the one-year calendar will last me two years! 2) Keep a training journal. The main purpose of this is to find out if there is any sort of pattern to my shin problems. They have not recurred this past week, but if they do I want to see if there is something I am missing that I can do better or just differently and the only way to do that is with a journal.

Family-two things here too. 1) I want to go to the park at least a few times. Like I said before, our weather is totally awesome right now. Today was one of those drop dead gorgeous days. Cool air, warm sun, perfect for just about any activity outside of swimming!! 2) Kind of goes along with 1. There is a local park my kids have never been to and I want to take them. The park in up in the foothills of our valley and has hiking trails and terrific areas for frisbee, kite flying, bike riding, etc. I've wanted to take them up there for a kid sized hike and a picnic since I had just one child (now I have 3). This is the time to do it so I've gotta get us up there this month. If I wait too long it will be too hot and some years the park even closes as the fire danger gets higher. Doesn't a short hike, a couple of rounds of frisbee and a picnic just sound heavenly?

Weight loss-I am aiming for the gold here. 10 pounds!!! I have enough weight to lose that 10 pounds is still reasonable. I am increasing my activity back up to a level where it has not been for several months. I think it is do-able. None of the Olympic medalists got to the podium by aiming for less than they thought they were capable of!!

So, here comes March, in like a lion and out like a lion for me. No lamb here. Too meek. I am woman hear me roar!!! March belongs to ME!!!

P.S. Remember that picky eating 3 year old from a few blogs back? Today she got into an argument with her older brother over her choice of snack food. She wanted a carrot and defended her choice with "Carrots are delicious" and "Right Mommy, carrots are yuuuummmmy" complete with belly rubs. She eats her carrots whole a la Bugs Bunny (cutest thing EVER). She has been slightly more adventurous lately and even more so if we tell her that her food wants to go to the party in her tummy (thank you Yo Gabba Gabba). If she keeps this up she will find herself the leader of the healthy eating train!!

  
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JILLIANPRNCSS 3/4/2010 9:15PM

    Geez, You read lots of fitness magazines to get your information. BTW the cat chasing your daughter is just too funny.

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JENQUEENOFCHAOS 3/2/2010 4:49PM

    Good for you - it is easy to get off track when you don't have clearly defined goals (so says the self proclaimed queen of chaos!)
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ESBELL 3/2/2010 9:25AM

    Go Heather!!! I'm sure you will take now prisoners this month!!! and from personal experience - the calf raises do help with the shin problems.

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NEW-CAZ 3/2/2010 5:32AM

    Great goal setting Heather-realistic but challenging too.
Love your daughter's new healthy snacking- she gets her cue from you hun and you're such an excellent role model to your children.
I still remember you saying they copied your yoga poses. emoticon
Have a great March
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LINDSAYHENNIGAN 3/2/2010 2:24AM

    Wow, so impressed with how much you can consider at once. Anyone who puts this much effort into reaching their goal deserves no less than success. Which I know you will get if you follow this plan.
I am a shin splint sufferer. I also know everyone hates unsolicited advice, but old shoes do it to me every time. I get near 400 miles (walking, running, or vacuuming) and immediately my shins are sore. Also, the only thing that ever seemed to help me was "writing" the alphabet with my toes everytime I sat down, it feels good and helps repair some of those connective tissues. Can't wait to hear about all your achievements over the month. Keep us well posted.


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Selfish Sparkpoint horder!!

Monday, March 01, 2010

I'm talking about ME!! I used to use those little puppies more often, but then my computer took a vacation and I was away for a bit. The activity I did post was done in quick bursts whenever I had a chance to grab somebody else's computer keyboard. Somewhere in there I turned into a selfish sparkpoint horder!! SHAME ON ME!! What was I thinking. It's not like I can cash them in somewhere and get something in return. Hey, that's an idea though-use points to get a discount at the sparkstore-that would be cool. Anyway, I digress. Today I fixed my little selfishness problem and went out and "bought" lots of goodies for some of my friends. It felt good too!! I remembered how great it felt to go out and leave little goodies all over the place for my friends to discover next time they log on.

So, the point is don't be a selfish sparkpoint horder. Go out and spend those puppies and make someone else's day a little brighter. You will feel lighter too!! emoticon

  
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PAULASTRAS 3/1/2010 2:52PM

    Heather, thank you for my Goodie, love it.......will go well in my garden :)
I do have one for the garden too, or maybe two, I forget lol
My oh my, I didn't think you didn't spend your points lol
I do, and then find myself broke and have to hurry up and get more lol
What helped me was buying "The Spark", woohoo lots of points ....
Sure put a smile on my face, as Spring will soon be here.

take care, my friend,
Blessings,
love and hugs, Paula:)


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4EVERADONEGIRL 3/1/2010 1:25PM

    Thanks for sharing your wealth! I needed a fun goodie today and you delivered! Made my day brighter, for sure!!!

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LINDSAYHENNIGAN 3/1/2010 12:40PM

    Excellent idea. It took me forever to figure out that they were for goodies and not some mysterious wonderful reason that I hadn't figured out.

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MRE1956 3/1/2010 12:04PM

    Good point ..... I've yet to break down and spend any of my points ...... shouldn't be a surprise since I've always been a bit of a conservative "spender".....

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FITN2014-TSP 3/1/2010 9:19AM

    Good for you. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NEW-CAZ 3/1/2010 5:52AM

    Heather thank you for my gnome hun, agree with you hun, share the fun and keep the positivity going. My DH laughs when I'm thrilled to get a goodie or when I mention I've given one for someone having got to a goal. "How sad are you" look comes over his face- but what the heck its FUN!
AND it makes you feel good, rewarded, cared for, appreciated- all good stuff.
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NONIE_C 3/1/2010 12:47AM

    Well, I for one love my garden gnome goodie!!! emoticon And, dontcha know that even when you spend your spark points on goodies, the overall number of sparkpoints you have doesn't go down, just the number you have to spend buying goodies. Spreadin' the love is a good(ie) thing emoticon

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Walking day...

Friday, February 26, 2010

Today was a walking day and it was a very nice walking day too. I didn't have any soreness following my run yesterday. At least not in my shins...I am having to face the fact that I am getting older and I have a twinge in my back and my old knee was acting up a little, but once those old body parts woke up and got warmed up they were fine. I am very hopeful that my next run will go as well as or better than my last run!!

It was one of those walks were it was just a joy to be outside and moving. We have been going out a little later than we used to and we actually get to be out in daylight for the last part of our workout.

This morning was one of those awesome mornings. The sun broke over the mountain tops casting a rosy glow on the light cloud cover we had this morning. The air was crisp but not overly cold. We get to walk past several small lakes on our course and we got to see lots of ducks up and enjoying their morning. The ducks were a real treat. The ducks are starting to pair up and get ready to start their little ducky families. One pair was swimming around in a little pond at the top of a little waterfall-we called it the penthouse. Two additional pairs were taking showers on somebody's lawn as their sprinklers were watering the lawn and picking little buggies out of the grass-Mallard's lawn service. We both squealed as a duck played kamikaze and nearly took out a car. The silly duck was in the road and we could see the car coming. My sister and I are both saying "get out of the road, move". Driver of the car was very nice and slowed down trying to avoid starting a recipe of Peking Duck right in the street. Duck finally made his move just as car passed him. His move was to fly right at the car!!! They both (duck and car) managed to avoid each other by some miracle and a little fancy flying on the duck's part!! It was really an awesome morning.

The only thing that was not the best was actually seeing all the CRAZY drivers that are on the road in the morning. On our old schedule we were back home before most people started leaving for work. Now we get a great view of how careless some people are when behind the wheel.

I am calling this month kind of a wash-I didn't accomplish nearly anything I wanted to, but I didn't go the opposite direction either. March is just a few days away so it is time to sit down and hammer out a schedule and some goals and figure out where we go from here. This weekend I will do a posting of my goals so that I will have some accountability. Time to get busy. Summer is just around the corner-it usually arrives in May in these parts so it is time to start making sure I will need a NEW bathing suit instead of the old one. We are not anywhere near looking at having a bikini body, but how about having a body I feel confident walking from the side of the pool and into the water with. A body where I don't feel like my suit should have a knee length skirt attached. How about a body that is just a little less "floaty" than the one I had last year (I was floaty even when I was a lot skinnier so by nature I am not a sinker, but I could be a little less "floaty" than I am now).

I am so distracted right now I probably should wrap up-here is something to laugh at or be disgusted about according to taste...My son's teacher has a reward box for students who perform well in class and go above and beyond on any given day. My son gets to visit the box on a regular basis. In fact he got to visit the box today. Sometimes he choses a small candy treat (not so often that it concerns me and they are small treats) and sometimes there is a small toy to choose from . Today he picked a "toy" if you can call it that. A WHOOPIE CUSHION of all things. All three children are sitting here taking turns "passing gas" using the whoopie cushion. They think it is the MOST hillarious thing ever and this has actually been going on all afternoon-off and on. They are really funny with it and they are all getting along (GASP) but seriously, I'm beginning to think my home has been turned into a frat house (at least there is no accompaning smell). My youngest has this HILLARIOUS evil giggle-heh heh heh heh-she is giggling her little head off-she knows it is a little naughty to be "farting" like that but she is having a BLAST!! Ahhh kids...aren't they just the cutest? Hope everyone has a great weekend.

  
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BUTEAFULL 2/27/2010 4:41PM

    wow a duck awesome, and whoopie cushions are great!

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KARVY09 2/27/2010 10:31AM

    Whoopie cushions are awesome!

Also, glad you had a beautiful walk in the sunshine. I envy you SoCal girls at this time of year!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 2/27/2010 10:24AM

    Love the whoopie cushion story!! That just makes me chuckle as I can sit here visualizing it. All I can say is been there, done that (and sometimes it was WITHOUT a whoopie cushion!) I do have two boys and a hubby...LOL

Looking forward to our next run day!!

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JENQUEENOFCHAOS 2/27/2010 8:46AM

    I love your family stories! But you make me miss having little ones... Could I get you to write to my kids and suggent that they hurry up on the grandchildren???
You make me want to get out & start walking - I moved to a new community in October, just in time for "rainy season" and have not had a chance to find anywhere to walk yet - there are no sidewalks & we are in the foothills, so it is a challange just to make it along any of our narrow, steep, hilly roads...but I want to try!

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NEW-CAZ 2/27/2010 3:53AM

    Great that your shins were okay Heather, I can always imagine you on your walks/runs you're so descriptive and it's clear to all how much you cherish your kids.
A teacher with a sense of humour? Not in my day LOL

Have a great weekend hun
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NANC304 2/26/2010 10:02PM

    I wold love to have the scenery your have to enjoy on your walks! I live in a small town. There is a bike/walking trail so I can at least feel like I'm out in nature. I can't wait for it to warm up enough to get out and enjoy it. Thanks for sharing your scenery with us. Have fun with the kids. I think it's funny that a teacher would put a whoopie cushion in her treat box. Doesn't sound like any of the teachers I had. LOL

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ABBIEOCHOA 2/26/2010 8:37PM

    What a great story. I love how you take the time to enjoy the beautiful world around you while you walk. Your children sound wonderful!Congratulations on all your efforts and the accomplishments you've made.

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Penguin mile-I did it! Will I have to pay later?

Friday, February 26, 2010

So, I've been doing nearly nothing on the workout front lately due to illness, but I am finally feeling better, there is a nice little cough lingering but for the most part the congestion and the fatigue from my recent illness have passed. Hurray for oxygen!!

Today was the first running day since coming back to from my "hiatus" and I was a little interested in how it would go. The shin splints have given me continued problems off and on since November. I've been doing intervals and that has been going okay. Unfortunately, I seem to be a runner who loses momentum the more I have to stop running. I can go several intervals, then I get bored and want to stop. Only then, I push too hard and the shin splints return for my next run and that is worse than the intervals.

Today the plan was to run week 3 of C25K. I thought that the short starting interval and then the slightly longer runs would work well for me. Well, that was the plan, but it didn't work out that way.

We got out there and we warmed up, stretched, and started running. I started really slow. Now, I don't mean your regular type of slow, I mean REALLY, REALLY, REALLY slow. Even for a penquin runner I was SLOW. My mom was along and most of the time she could keep up with me by walking. WALKING!! I really felt like I could have walked the distance faster than I was running it, but once I got started I was feeling pretty good. The podcast came around and told me to start walking but I said, "neh, think I'll keep running thanks". I kept running. I ran through that interval and the next one and the next one. Remember I am running REALLY SLOW. Shortly after announcing that my run was over and I could begin my cool down walk I hit the 1 mile mark. So folks, we are looking at a 20 minute mile!!!! HOWEVER, I RAN THE MILE!! I ran 1 entire mile with no intervals, no stopping, no shin splints, etc. Was I jazzed? Yes! Am I afraid of what this means for later? Yes.

What is going to happen on my walk tomorrow? Are my shins going to hurt? Did I over do it? Am I going to have to go back to intervals again on my next run?

I don't know the answers to any of those questions. I hope that I took it slowly enough. I hope that I was wise in keeping it to 1 mile and not pushing further. I hope that the week off I had gave my shins time to heal. I hope that this is a turning point and that on my next run I can run that mile again. I hope that next time I can run it again and just a tiny bit faster.

Will I be disappointed if I have to go back to intervals to run 1 mile? Probably. Will it keep me from running? No. C25k is still on my ipod and week 3 is still there ready and waiting if I need it. For that matter so are weeks 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, etc. I actually enjoy running and will keep at it until I find the perfect answer. I sure would like to take that mile and build on it though!! Oh, it would feel so great to hit 2 miles and then 3 miles again. I think if I could keep my 1 mile I could do intervals for those other distances. I just want to feel like I have a foundation to build on again. For too long it has felt more like trying to build on quicksand instead of a steady foundation. Hope, hope, hope. Humans pin an aweful lot on hope. emoticon

  
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FINZFANATIC 2/26/2010 9:18PM

    I am so sorry to hear about the shin splints. Been there, done that... and it's miserable. I noticed I am more likely to get them if I run on the sidewalk. If I stick to hard dirt (unlikely where I live) or even the asphalt, I will do MUCH better. I also have a running shoes that help protect against shin splints. Now my big toe is REALLY sore! ARGH!

I hope you feel better soon.

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FORTHEGIRLS 2/26/2010 2:17PM

    Way to go on your mile! I can completely relate to you because I suffer from shin splints too. I used to not be able to run at all and this year I ran 2 marathons! The key to me was getting fitted for the right shoes by the owner of our local running store, using PowerStep inserts and starting out very slowly. I'd ice my shins after every run and stretch them daily. I've found that once I build my base, I don't have issues anymore. However, every time I stop running and get out of shape and have to start over, I deal with shin splints all over again.
I hope you're feeling good tomorrow. If you're not, don't be discouraged. You can beat shin splints. It just takes a lot of patience.
Good luck!

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KARVY09 2/26/2010 9:18AM

    LMAO @ "penguin mile."

There is absolutely nothing wrong in going back to intervals after a hiatus. No shame in that! In fact it's probably better for you and your body.

Sending you good vibes for a happy run!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 2/26/2010 8:30AM

    Just remember, slow and steady wins the race! Nothing wrong with running a slow mile. All that matters is that you DID! Way to go!!

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NEW-CAZ 2/26/2010 3:08AM

    It's always best to ease back into exercise Heather even after a short break- and you're not quite a 100% back on form so you dun good gurlfriend.
Your shin splintd have given you so much jip- hope they are okay this morning.
Have a great Friday
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BELLA_FARFALLA 2/26/2010 1:17AM

    I agree with SammySweetPea. Slow miles are better than no miles. It sounds like you have a great outlook on it and I think that even if you do have to go back to intervals because of the shin splints you will keep the fact that you ran the entire mile in your mind to keep you going.

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SAMMYSWEETPEA 2/26/2010 12:30AM

    Sounds like you've got the right idea. Slow miles are better than no miles, which is what happens when we get injured.

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Next step on the path of life???

Thursday, February 25, 2010

I mentioned in yesterday's blog the program I am applying for to finish my Bachelors degree. A few people expressed interest in knowing more... So, I've been thinking about finishing my degree for awhile and am taking steps in accomplishing that goal. Way back in the day, when I was the right age I left home, went away to college, completed my Associate's at a 2-year college with good grades and transfered to a University to work on completing my Bachelor's in History with a minor in English, well long story short I left with one year to go with the intention of returning and finishing and well....you can guess that I did not return as planned and I am here, many years later, still one year shy of my degree. My university offers an on-line program designed specifically for former students, who have left for whatever reason, who want to finish what they started. The program is called BGS-Bachelor of General Studies, so I would NOT be earning the BA I started out for, but it is still a Bachelor's and I can maintain my focus in History. The program is even appropriate for students who are considering graduate work. Prospective students have to meet certain criteria, which I do, and have to have an endorsement letter signed by two people. Well the endorsement letter is now in the appropriate hands and I am confident it will be completed with a favorable endorsement. I have the applications filled out and ready to mail. We are on a very strict budget right now, which, thankfully is finally starting to loosen up, so next week I will have the application fee and the papers will be mailed in. Then it is nail bitting time!!! If I am accepted I will be given plenty of time to finish the classes needed and hopefully by the time my youngest is in school full time I will have finished my Bachelor's degree!! I have 5 or six classes to finish and they are all in the areas of history that are NOT my main focus (main focus is American History from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War)-I have to take classes like British History, Russian History, Asian History, etc (all a certain time frame or specific topic in that area not a general history).

It is one of those things I have always regretted leaving undone and now is a great time to resolve that regret. When school starts in the fall I will have two of the three in school full time, giving me some study time. I will have to find a proctor for testing purposes, but, fortunately I live in a town with an excellent Community College and an excellent library and I am confident I will be able to find SOMEBODY at one of the locations to help me with that (especially since my sis works at the college and my DH's aunt works at the library-for obvious reasons they cannot be my proctor, but they probably know somebody who can).

I always intended to use the degree to be a teacher, but even if I don't teach or use the degree for history related purposes it will still give me an edge in an ever increasingly competitive job market.

I even have a back up plan. If, for some reason I cannot forsee, I am not accepted into the program, the 2-year college I attended has, in the intervening years, become a 4-year university and offers a similar program, Thier degree is slightly different and not compatible with graduate work, but hey, that whole graduate work thing is a just a very vague goal and while I love the idea of getting an even higher education it is REALLY expensive and not totally necessary and would actually, in some cases, keep me out of consideration for some positions. Anyway, that is the plan, so, if all goes well, by fall, maybe even this summer, I will be a busy, busy lady. Fingers crossed!!

I of course, would not be giving up any of my spark time-this whole transformation thing is a package deal-gotta look as smart as I feel!!

  
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LINDSAYHENNIGAN 2/25/2010 12:34PM

    How exciting, I was accepted into a graduate program right within a month of finding out I was expecting my 1st daughter. (she took 4 years to make, so I thought I had more time) it is definitely one of those things I would like to get back to once they go to school. I am super impressed with you. You are going to be busy, but what a great example for your kids.

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AXISLADY 2/25/2010 10:41AM

    I am so proud of you. My son finished his assoc. degree at age 42. I wish he could have completed the 4 years because it wasn't enough, in these times, to get him a job. But...he's a musician and they march to a different drummer. Very proud of you. Do it!

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NANC304 2/25/2010 8:30AM

    Good for you for going back to school! The way things are now you have to have a degree to get a decent job. Good luck!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 2/25/2010 8:24AM

    I know how exciting and scary it can be but I'm confident you will be accepted and begin working towards that degree! Better late than never, right?!? :-)

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JILLIANPRNCSS 2/25/2010 7:30AM

    What an amazing feeling to get a chance to finish something that you had started years earlier. I hope that it all works out and you get to finish.

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NEW-CAZ 2/25/2010 5:34AM

    How exciting!
It's never too late to realise a dream or educate ourselves. I wish you much luck with that Heather
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NONIE_C 2/25/2010 1:50AM

    How exciting!!! I will keep my fingers crossed for you too. It sounds like a great way to finish the degree without the full heaping of stress that comes with going back to school. Oh, I know, there'll be stress (that's school for you), but it will be so wonderful for you to be in a flexible situation. I wish you the very best in this endeavor. Keep us posted!!!!

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BETHDISCOUNT 2/25/2010 1:32AM

    good for you it never to late to go for your dreams

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