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Thursday, April 21, 2011

As I sit here, nursing my foot, I am bored!! My foot, by the way, is feeling somewhat to considerably better today. It still hurts if I move it the wrong way or put too much weight on it, but I can move it in quite a few ways now without pain. My big toe is functional, but only if I'm wiggling it sitting down (no weight on it). The majority of the problem is definitely localized to the ball of my foot and not the toes or arch. I'm ricing the heck out of it and things are showing improvement. I think all I'm lacking is a pair of crutches for the next couple of days-anybody got a pair? LOL!! I do have a message into a podiatrists office, no response yet...they are a multi-office group though and it is entirely possible they are elsewhere today (One dr. multiple locations). Truthfully I was surprised to find out that there actually was a podiatrist in town-lol!! Medically speaking we are still a bit behind here! It is probably because of how many old people we have and the number of problems the elderly have with their feet. NOT something I want so gotta heal this foot!

I am bored though...I've had enough of my hulu queue and my brain is fried from the math I did yesterday-lol! I did get some good math work done :). I missed my run this morning and my body is chastising me!! So, as I sit here bored, bored, bored, I send my hubs out to Wal-Mart for a couple things we need for dinner tonight and some things we need to play Easter Bunny this weekend. Naturally we try to limit the amount of 3 foot chocolate rabbits here, but candy is still a part of their lives and it will NOT all be eaten in an hour, so we needed some candy. So off goes hubs, I'm sitting here bored and I realize something I didn't put on the list, but am okay with it because we still had good stuff on the list...that one item though kept nagging me...only it's not nagging me because I want it for the kids, not anymore, now I want it for ME!! What is the mystery item that has me so thoroughly distracted? A Reese's Peanut butter Egg. Couldn't get it out of my mind. And made a mistake...I texted the hubs and told him what I wanted. It's on its way here. DANG!! What did I do? I was bored that's what I did!! So, I will cut that little bugger into 3 pieces and I can have one piece now. The others go in the freezer and will be special treats...1 at a time!!

The next thing I am doing is hobbling over and picking up my weights. I can do upper body!! I can do some leg lifts and probably some leg curls. Can I do pendulum on my bed? Wonder if it is supportive enough for that? Getting down on the real floor and then back up again is probably out of the question, but I can do something while I sit here. I'm not completely useless. And then, time for some Renaissance reading since I did so much math yesterday. Then later I can keep planning my playground workout so that when I can do it we'll be set to go. Not gonna be bored because I am stuck in one location.

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TEDDYBABE 4/22/2011 10:17AM

    LOL... so sorry... I agree that would be tough! ST upper body does sound good. Good luck with the foot! Wishing you Happy Easter AND a speedy recovery!

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FUNFROG79 4/22/2011 7:09AM

    Hang in there, how frustrating! I think it's great that you want to do upper body still, you haven't let the injury let you down. Weights, resistance bands, boxing. Oh and ONE Reese's Egg isn't going to kill you. Eat it slow and enjoy the one. DO 100 punches to burn it off! emoticon

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SEAGLASSQUEEN 4/22/2011 6:50AM

    This too shall pass...

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NEW-CAZ 4/22/2011 3:03AM

    Heather understand your frustration hun, you are normally so active running after the kids, getting stuff done.
Love that you're a true Sparker and determined to get some sort of workout in.
Watch that boredom eating though!
I had a hankering for a Cadbury's creme egg and went to buy 1....they sell them in boxes of 6 this year. Oh dear- gonna have to some jiggling with the calorie tracker to fit those in over Easter or I'll emoticon

Happy Easter Heather, keep sparking and get well soon emoticon emoticon

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ESBELL 4/21/2011 11:43PM

    If you really are bored, I can tell you the story about my dad's broken toe. One Friday night about 10 pm my Mom (Rest In Peace) needed something urgently moved in the back yard. So being the dutiful hubs Dad went out in his flip flops to take care of it. Unfortunately he managed to bang his pinky toe pretty badly. Saturday it was sore, Sunday it was swollen & sore & by Monday he couldn't get his boots on for work. So he wore his tennis shoes and went to work where he is a rental agent for an office complex. He went up to one of his fave tenants offices and asked the ORAL SURGEON! to take an xray of his toe. No lie - he stuck his foot in the machine that they use to xray mouths. The ORAL SURGEON said he had no idea what a toe should look like since toes are the opposite of his specialty, but given the fact the bone was perpendicual to all the others in the area, he was guessing something wasn't right. Pops, being Pops, will only see one doctor at the office where he goes and that doctor was out until Thursday. So he waits that long to go into to get it looked at. Tuesday he works, but the pain is bad, Wednesday he lays around at home cursing Mom for whatever it was that needed to be moved in the back yard. Thursday rolls around, Mom drives him to his doctor, and they decide he needed to have his blood pressure meds renewed too, so he might as well get that done. They send him out to the scale barefoot, where he promptly (I always start giggling at this part) accidently stubs his toe on the scale. Massive swearing that would make a sailor proud ensues. They finally get him calmed down, look at the oral surgeons xray and determine he may need surgery to repair the toe. But first they want an xray of their own. They send him down the hall and lo & behold - when he stubbed it on the scale - he knocked it back into place. (ROFL by this point.)

I guess the moral is - It May Fix It's Self.............

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RAIN_SIS 4/21/2011 9:30PM

    uh - maybe you can play with some legos.
I know you have some.

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OVERHAULING-ME 4/21/2011 6:22PM

    I am so sorry! As I started reading I had several suggestions for you but by the time I got to the end of your post you had already covered them all, except one. And that one was covered in 4everadonegirl's comment. I remember watching BL at the beginning of this season and there were two contestants who couldn't exercise on their feet. One of the contestants was sitting on his bed at night doing all the boxing moves. He was really going at it.

I hope it heals quickly so you'll be able to compete in your upcoming runs!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 4/21/2011 5:34PM

    I have crutches!!!!! Recall that my kids have the klutz gene too and when they aren't doing it to themselves they are getting hit by cars instead. ;-) So yeah - I'm sure I could find them...they are around the house somewhere!

Another great exercise you can do for cardio is punches - uppercuts, jabs, right/left cross. (That's my girl Jillian talking...Level 1 of 30DS she talks about how if you can't do lower body you can do punches to get your heart rate up!) Oh no...her plan is working...she's ingraining those little bits in my brain!!! BAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! hehehehe

Alright - go plan our workout! Get some punches in! Do some curls! No EXCUSES!!!!!!!!

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This is really not good....

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Well, that pain from yesterday? Much, much worse today. I've stayed off my foot for the most of the day, walking only when absolutely necessary. I can't bear any weight on my foot and can only hobble along if I carefully use the side of my foot for support. I called my doctor today and his assistant thinks I broke it. I think the chances of that are about 10%. Today was way too busy and I couldn't get anywhere to have it looked at. So I am still icing and staying off of it and if it isn't any better tomorrow it is off to the ER with me.

I did a little online research and am 90% sure that what I did is called TurfToe. It is an injury specific to the ball of your foot and big toe. In your foot you have the long bones that make up the foot itself with the shorter toe bones connecting at the ball of your foot. At the big toe there are an addition toe bones (itty-bitty ones) and all these bones together create the ball of the foot. Turf toe is an injury involving the tendons of that joint. For whatever reason the toe does not flex at intended and the tendons become injured. Unfortunately, if that is what I did, the treatment and recovery are much the same as a broken foot. So half dozen of one-six of the other kind of situation. Ibuprofen for pain and swelling and about six weeks to heal, at least some of that time spent in a cast or boot.

I'll keep you updated, but this really is not looking good. It is three and a half weeks to my mud run and about six to the 10K. If I can't run neither one of those is going to happen. I am massively bummed and really, really, really, really, really, really, really hope it is not what I think it is. I hope I just bumped something out of place and when I wake up in the morning I will be sore, but not in pain. I'm not keeping high hopes though. I am really bummed I won't be able to do the (hopefully) really fun playground workout I was planning. I don't like being in pain.

Okay, well, Rice tonight, rice, rice and more rice and if I can find my wrap, I'll do that too. Positive thoughts and energy and I'll be back to bring you up to date.

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ENDUROVET 4/21/2011 2:56PM

    Oh crap - I am certainly w/ya on the foot pain. Hang in there,
Your Flat-footed SparkFriend Val!

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VERGE_OF_ME 4/21/2011 10:42AM

    I'm so sorry you are dealing with this, OUCH! I'm sure the lego didn't help matters..but you probably should get it checked to make sure you don't have a stress fracture? Stay positive and stay OFF of it,lol...keep the rice going and keep us posted! Hope a miraculous recovery is in your very near future!

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MAPLELEAFMOM 4/21/2011 10:02AM

    Oh no! That sounds painful. I agree that seeing a podiatrist is a good idea. I only wish I had gone to one last year as I think she would have fixed me up alot quicker than the doctor I saw! Hopefully it isn't anything major and you will be up and moving very soon. Sending quick healing thoughts your way! I know all too well what it's like to miss races due to injury and I wouldn't want it to happen to anyone else!!

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ANNIE7205 4/21/2011 9:43AM

    So sorry to hear about your injury. Keep us posted. I hope you have a speedy recovery, but don't push it. Missing events is no fun, but forcing your way through something before you're ready can really injure you. (If you're anything like me, it's much tougher to listen to your body than it is to listen to the little trouble-maker in my head that says, "eh, suck it up and tough it out." It's gotten me into trouble many, many times...)

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WENZTHAT 4/21/2011 8:52AM

    Stick in there! I hope too that your injury isn't as severe as you are thinking. If it is, it's time to refocus on other fitness goals since the runs will not be possible. Thinking of you!

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KARVY09 4/21/2011 8:52AM

    I'm sorry Heather! Keep ricing!

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FUNFROG79 4/21/2011 8:16AM

    Oh, No!!!!! Keep us posted! Sending positive and healing thoughts your way!

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NEW-CAZ 4/21/2011 2:57AM

    Oh No!
Sending healing vibes Heather. Hope you feel better soon

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YOURJONES 4/20/2011 11:24PM

    Noooooooooooo! emoticon
Fingers crossed!

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LISAW/3 4/20/2011 11:12PM

    Oh no! I hope it isn't that serious! I was hoping it was just the lego out to get you. Good luck and I hope it feels better soon!

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IMSMILEY88 4/20/2011 10:27PM

    Oh! I'm so sorry! I wish you the best & will say a prayer. I just went through something similar last week when I thought I had a stress fracture. I had my x-ray on Monday and it was negative! And, amazingly, my foot is feeling fine now!

I hope you have a similar outcome. But, if not, remember (as I was trying to do!) that there will be other races and that you are in this for the 'long run.' So, do what it takes to get healthy!

Let us know what you find out!

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LADYFOLDER 4/20/2011 10:17PM

    You REALLY need to see a podiatrist.
I had an ankle injury years ago that I went to the ER, then my regular doctor. It didn't start to heal until I went to the podiatrist after almost 3 months. He used the correct remedy, and within 2 weeks I was much better, just because of the correct treatment. It still took another 6-8 months to heal, and he pointed out how the improper treatment for my particular injury added to the healing time. If I had gone to him either in the first place or the next day after the ER, I would likely have been healed from my injury in less time than I spent in pain before I went to see him.
Please, go see a podiatrist. They specialize in foot problems, and are more likely to have the right solution for you.

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RAVENSONG37 4/20/2011 9:21PM

    Healing thoughts to you!

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LIVESTRONG2010 4/20/2011 8:43PM

    Sorry to hear that. Will pray for a speedy recovery emoticon

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JERESS26 4/20/2011 8:42PM

    Sorry to here. Sending healing vibes your way!

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TEDDYBABE 4/20/2011 8:33PM

    keep researching and post another blog. The folks on SP have been thru everything and have great advice! Keeping my fingers crossed for you! Take care!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 4/20/2011 8:14PM

    Lots of positive energy coming your way!!!! Keeping my fingers crossed!

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    Oh no!! I'm so sorry and sending good vibes out there for a speedy recovery!

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BILLALEX70 4/20/2011 7:46PM

    Hang in there! We've all had injuries that have sidelined us, but we keep moving forward.

Sending (((healing vibes)))) your way!

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JILLIANPRNCSS 4/20/2011 7:01PM

    Hugs and fingers crosse

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Wonder what that pain is about?!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

So here is are the basics...hike on Saturday created sore muscles and interestingly enough sore feet. Not really a problem, muscles and feet were feeling better each day until just a bit ago. I stood up and went to take a step and got this incredible pain on the bottom of my foot. Right on the big joint that forms the ball of the foot. If I press on it it really hurts. Doesn't feel good...hmmm. If I walk just right it doesn't hurt, but if I put pressure on the ball of my foot it hurts. Better go away immediately, because I can't imagine that running with it like that would work well....Any thoughts? Anybody else ever have this. Does not feel like plantar fasciitis, not across the arch of my foot, but right on the ball of my foot. Ice? I've been going barefoot around the house a lot....know what I think I might have just solved it-lol!!! Yeah, that barefoot around the house thing...I stepped on one of my son's legos-yesterday, day before, something like that!! A bruise? Does it sound like a bruise? Or did I do something on the hike? I don't know, but I think I'll threaten the existence of my son's legos just for the heck of it anyways-lol!! Thoughts?

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DEE107 4/20/2011 5:45PM

    ouch and hope you had it check out hope you are better today

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LADYFOLDER 4/20/2011 5:08PM

    I had a similar problem, and the only solution was to see my podiatrist. It took a long time to heal because I waited too long to go in. I had a bone that had chipped, and moved funny that caused all the pain. He had to manipulate my foot to get the chip where it wouldn't keep on re-bruising the soft tissues around it.

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ENDUROVET 4/20/2011 3:19PM

    Geez I hope it's only a bruise! The pain from my collapsed 2nd metatarsal arch is centered in the ball of my R foot & I've formed a callus there...

If rolling & flexing don't help, I'd see a podiatrist.

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FUNFROG79 4/20/2011 11:12AM

    I'm not sure, but it sounds painful! Keep us posted!

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NEW-CAZ 4/20/2011 3:05AM

    Sound like a nasty bruise Heather; apply some ice for a while and try to walk normally on it.
Hope it heals soon emoticon

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RAIN_SIS 4/19/2011 10:58PM

    Could be a lego bruise.
Could be a hiking bruise. Maybe you stepped on a rock you didn't notice.
In any case I vote against banning the legos. What's a bruise compared to all the good they do?
I have a pro-lego bias since my own lego maniac is about to graduate with a degree in mechanical engineering.
I not sure about these newfangled pre-imagined legos (Harry Potter? Star Wars?) but I think the old school legos were the best toy ever invented. Even considering all the years of my life I spent trying to get them picked up - I still love them.

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THE_NEW_MELISSA 4/19/2011 8:07PM

    Yikes, hope it's nothing serious! Maybe get it looked at just to be safe?

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FLUTTER-BY)L( 4/19/2011 7:59PM

    I would hope it would be the legos. I love the legos but boy are they a pain in the ...FOOT! LOL

I have pain on my arch that goes away if I go barefoot some. But, I am diabetic and I try not to go barefoot very much because I don't want problems. But, I miss it.

I hope you heal soon.

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JILLIANPRNCSS 4/19/2011 7:41PM

    Barefoot and flips flops don't help planter. I would roll it over a frozen water bottle just to be safe.

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ITSHOWYOULIVE 4/19/2011 7:25PM

    I've got some comfy flip-flops :)

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4EVERADONEGIRL 4/19/2011 7:23PM

    Quite possibly a bruise. You should definitely get in the habit of wearing shoes around the house though because walking barefoot puts a LOT of pressure on our poor tootsies. And yes - this is coming from the girl that NEVER wore shoes unless it was an absolute necessity. Remember how our feet would be completely BLACK at the end of a summer day?!? LOL But now I keep a pair of really spongy flip flops at home - especially since we have so much tile - and I try to remember to wear them at all times unless I'm on the carpeted areas.

But in the meantime, definitely keep an eye on it and see if it doesn't go away if you aren't putting direct (ie BAREFOOT) pressure on it!!!!

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My races this year in pics...

Monday, April 18, 2011

I'm working on my race calendar and have registered for a couple and have some that I am definitely doing, just have to send in the registration, some that are on the maybe list and one that is on the volunteer for list. So here it is so far.

Definitely running.

May 14th-Jurassic Classic Mud Run (my first mud run!)

June 4th-Idyllwild 10K (going back for a race PR)

Sept. 3-Disneyland 5K and Kids Races

December 10th-Holiday Half-5K and kids races (not the half at this point, just the 5K)

Beginning of November-The Mission Inn Half (same half as last year-would be returning for a race PR)

Thanksgiving Day-Oceanside Turkey Trot

December 11th-Holiday Half Marathon (if I do this one it will be to show I am crazy enough to do a 5K and Half back-to-back-lol!!)


End of Sept.- Survivor Mud Run

The HUGEST MAYBE of all and the race that the other two half-marathons are dependent on is this one...

The as yet unannounced-Tinkerbell Half Marathon at Disneyland, January 2012

The newest Disney race won't be announced until tomorrow, but this art work has been "leaked". If it's true and if I can get registered before the registration fills up (always a risk with Disney races) I will most likely pass on the other two Halfs I have on my maybe list and aim for just this one. I think that even by the end of the year I won't be at a level to do two half-marathons within two or three months of each other. BUT, that is also why these are all maybes. If training goes super well, maybe I will do two (scary thought). Some things still need some planning on my list and I am still looking for a couple more 5's and maybe another 10 (depending on how the Idyllwild race goes). My year is starting to look good and I am getting excited about the races I'll be doing :). Happy Monday everyone (I needed this motivation to get moving on this cloudy, lazy Monday) :).

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SLEEPYDEAN 4/19/2011 4:43PM

    Ohh such a great plan! You are brave putting Mission Inn back on that (maybe) list. I would so love to get "revenge" but if it windy/hot again I'd be miserable.

I'm doing a half in Vegas on December 4th, so probably won't participate over at the Holiday Half, but maybe I'll look into volunteer opps for that one.

I also plan to volunteer at a few races this year to get my "fix" without putting the wear and tear on my knee and spending the $$$ to register.

I definitely hope to share another race with you this year or early next. (Thanks for the post about Tink - I completely forgot about the announcement with how my day went yesterday.)


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ENDUROVET 4/19/2011 4:30PM

    Aw, when you said PICTURES, I thought you meant pictures of YOU!

Thanks for your recent comments; it really means a lot to me. Guess my blog counts as free therapy (uh-oh, I feel another post coming on!) but I DO have good news to report now & then ;-)

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OVERHAULING-ME 4/19/2011 11:11AM

    WOW, Great job signing up for running events. Having them on the docket keeps you pushing towards your goal! I've been looking for some 5ks to do. I've never participated in an organized one. Should I be looking at any 10ks this year? Is it too soon? I was thinking sometime around Sept or Oct.

CONGRATS on ALL you've accomplished!

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RITEEBEE 4/19/2011 8:27AM

    Wow this is awesome!! You are such an inspiration!! :)

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RAIN_SIS 4/18/2011 10:34PM

    Thanks for the explanation of what a kid race is.
I couldn't quite picture how it would work - but it makes perfect sense.
That is really amazing that the race organizer's provide a way for your kids to participate in the enthusiasm you have for running.
Best of luck (best of health) to you with your running schedule!

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JILLIANPRNCSS 4/18/2011 10:10PM

    You crazy runner girl.

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RAIN_SIS 4/18/2011 9:53PM

    Most people will be impressed that you plan to do all this running.
I am just impressed by all this planning! Sleuthing out a race that may be happening 2012. Schwa?!?!
I see you seeing yourself fitter and fitter into the future.
That is Too Awesome.

Question: Do you run with your kids on those kids races? From reading your earlier blogs that seems SO you.

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TEDDYBABE 4/18/2011 7:53PM

    Oh those look like fun!

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WENDYWITKOSKI 4/18/2011 7:39PM

    Wow! Awesome plan!

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ESBELL 4/18/2011 4:50PM

    How did you find the tinkerbell art work? I've been going nuts looking for what that stupid race was - anyways - I will be there with my (tinker) bells on! Lets plan on it together!

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KKINNEA 4/18/2011 4:33PM

    Love the pictorial along with this!! Sounds like a great schedule!

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THE_NEW_MELISSA 4/18/2011 4:29PM

    Well those should keep you motiviated! Kudos! Makes me feel like checking out the local race scheduleS!

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ANNIE7205 4/18/2011 3:45PM

    Great goals - have a blast with the mud run. I'm thinking of doing my first in August!

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FLUTTER-BY)L( 4/18/2011 3:24PM

    Best wishes as you improve yourself. Sounds like you are in for a challenge to yourself. You are brave. GO FOR IT.

(I look at this as a person who cannot run so it seems very brave. I have arthritis in one ankle.)

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LIVESTRONG2010 4/18/2011 3:18PM

    Looks like a great race year for you!

Prayers that you stay strong and healthy! emoticon

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LISAW/3 4/18/2011 2:00PM

    What a great list of races!
A Tinkerbell half! How fun! But we'll be in Orlando for Thanksgiving, so I don't think I'll be able to justify another Disney trip so close, but maybe 2013!

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YOURJONES 4/18/2011 1:42PM

    How fun!

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FUNFROG79 4/18/2011 1:20PM

    Wow! Impressive! A lot of fun races!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 4/18/2011 1:17PM

    That is definitely motivation/inspiration galore!!! Wow - you found artwork for Mission Inn AND the "Tinkerbell" (hope, hope, hope!).

It's going to be a fun and active year feeding your addiction! LOL

Hey - did you ever hear anything back from the race organizers regarding volunteering for the Sept run?

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NEW-CAZ 4/18/2011 1:11PM

    Good luck Heather, I just know you'll enjoy them all! emoticon

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Project FFIT back on track

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Yep, I'm back on track. This week I got in strength training. I had the best run I've had in awhile. I had a picnic with my kids and climbed a hill that has been calling my name and I've been ignoring. I went for a hike with my family and friends. I sang and danced in my kitchen like a fool, while my daughter watched because it was on a challenge I'm not even a part of and it was fun. AND, here is the big one...AND, I got to move my ticker down two pounds...first time in I don't know how long-too long.

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4EVERADONEGIRL 4/18/2011 1:03PM

    Woohoo!!!!! Project FFIT is back!!!! :-)

Way to go on ALL of it!!!

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FUNFROG79 4/18/2011 10:02AM

    emoticon You are on the rigth track! Whoo hoo! Stay strong and positive!

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BROWREN 4/18/2011 9:24AM

    Fantastic!!! I'm so glad you had a great time with your family and could just cut loose in your kitchen. It can feel so freeing!

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NEW-CAZ 4/18/2011 3:11AM

    emoticonon the ticker moving and for getting back on track Heather emoticon emoticon

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OVERHAULING-ME 4/17/2011 10:58PM

    emoticonon the scale! That's exciting! Good for you on dancing around. Sounds like a fun challenge!

Happy Sunday!

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JILLIANPRNCSS 4/17/2011 7:57PM

    Sounds like a Disney movie complete with happy ending. Good job.

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  Yay! Way to go! I love it that you danced in your kitchen with your daughter watching! I do fun stuff like that too once in a while. I'm not sure if they like it or appreciate it but it humanizes us and makes us feel good too.

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DARINGR8LY 4/17/2011 6:20PM

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That is so wonderful that the scale was cooperating and showing you how hard you have been working.

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