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Run your own race

Thursday, March 17, 2011

This won't be about running, but first off I have to say it's really nice to be back to normal hunger-wise. I even lost weight this week - not as much as i'd gained the previous week, but any loss is always welcome.

Getting back to the subject . . . we are all different. What works for me may not work for you; what works for you may not work for your sister; what works for you this month may not work for you next month (or next week, for that matter).

Not keeping the foods I enjoy doesn't work for me. But you have to be honest with yourself - if you can't leave the chips or the chocolate alone, then you may have to get them out of the house - and maybe try again some day in the future.

We actually talked about that in my meeting today, about how you have to work towards a normal relationship with food. And how that can take a really long time! Ok, I may not be there yet, but I no longer have trouble having nut butters & chocolate in my house. There was a day I couldn't.

As to throwing food away . . . I stand by my statement. I'm not advocating throwing food out all the time, but if I've baked something I can't resist, sometimes I really will just throw it out. In the end, this journey is about loving ourselves & being healthy. I can't donate a chocolate chip cookie pie that's half gone to a food pantry. I can't send it into work with my husband if he's not here. It doesn't do anyone good if I eat it when I really don't need it.

Not that that's a real life example, but you get the idea.

But it's about you, not me. I know myself fairly well, altho I'm always learning. Get to know yourself, and be proud to run your own race.

  
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EOSTAR_45 3/18/2011 8:50PM

    I agree. Knowing your weaknesses and playing to your strengths is what it is all about.

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 3/18/2011 6:01AM

    I am in total awe of this blog....and I love your expression "get to know yourself, and be proud to run your own race". Great "food" for thought.

Speaking of food, it is so true that we all have to come to terms with what food means to us, as individuals. I am still at the stage, where I am eating because it is there so I know that is one area I have to work on.

You are a real inspiration to me and I would like to give you a public shout out!!!!! Yeah, for you!!!!!

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DDHEART 3/17/2011 7:44PM

    Huh.....One Size Don't Fit All???!! imagine that! Thinking you and I knew that all along. Have a feeling if we were on a trip somewhere and one of us got a run in our pantyhose, we would probably NOT be able to make a quick trade... emoticon...think I recall being a couple few inches taller...LOL

I like the thoughts in this post...especially how what works may not work next week or next month. Sad thing is that somehow or other your eating week came to me today...wonder who I can send it off to...I sure don't need or want it!

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DINGALLSTOO 3/17/2011 5:21PM

    I was thinking of writing something like this, more like what works for Frecks might not work for someone else. In the end it's an individual journey and the goal is ours to reach. Yes I wish I had lost weight as fast as Julie, but I can't be unhappy with what I've accomplished. I have chosen to have my cake and eat it too with some portion control of course! Glad you're on the way down.

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LEONALIONESS 3/17/2011 4:18PM

    Sorry, wasn't trying to be a snit.
I was just not wording things well at ALL and probably came off harsher than I intended.

In the case of baked goods, I toss them in the freezer! ;)
My freezer is like a goodie graveyard - and then I pull them out and feed them to friends at group situations. I figure if 12 people are munching on it, I'll be able to eat less of the darn thing.

It's not like I never toss food - I do. I've had produce go icky or moldy and it gets thrown out but I feel a bit better since we have a composter. :) At least I'm not landfilling food. I hate doing that.

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FRECKS96 3/17/2011 4:07PM

    So true!

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DDOORN 3/17/2011 3:32PM

    Sometimes we have to take some drastic actions to defend our healthy gains!

Don

ps...thx for stopping by my blog...hope you're LOVIN' this gorgeous St. Patrick's Day weather!

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FREELADY 3/17/2011 3:06PM

    I always appreciate your insight.

You think about things that address right where I am!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/17/2011 1:26PM

    I know myself pretty well when it comes to sweets, keep them far far away, and yes, I've even thrown out some stuff. It's whatever works for YOU and whatever works for ME.

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NATPLUMMER 3/17/2011 12:39PM

    "Get to know yourself, and be proud to run your own race"
I love it!!!

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Out of sight, out of mind

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Rinse. Lather. Repeat. That pretty much sums up yesterday. Another attack of the munchies, where simple nothing filled me up & this time I wasn't the least bit low on protein, as I sometimes am since I eat primarily vegetarian (but not yesterday).

As my good buddy FREELADY recently blogged about, you gotta keep tempting stuff out of sight. Out of sight, out of mind -- well, at least to some degree. Some days you're just going to go after it no matter where it is, but you don't have to make it easy for yourself. Set yourself up for success, not failure.

So I finally realized that I needed to put my lentil scones (doesn't that sound appetizing? but they are!) in the freezer rather sitting right out on the counter. Of course, then I realized that I planned to have them for breakfast today so I had to take a couple (they're small) out to defrost, but still. Once it out of sight, I have more control.

This is the same reason I keep foods that I can get into trouble with -- not candy bars, mind you, but things like chips or pretzels which I rarely eat - downstairs in the laundry room closet. I've got to go downstairs out of my way to get them, and most of the time that works pretty well -- sometimes I totally forget what's down there and don't touch it for months.

I almost titled this blog "thank God I didn't buy the dark chocolate covered blueberries". They would be a treat, albeit a fairly healthy treat. But if I had bought them yesterday that would have been serious trouble. I eye'd the bean chips, too. Really, a pretty healthy indulgence. But in the mood I was in, I'm pretty sure I would have eaten at least half a bag if not the whole bag in one sitting and believe me, too much of even healthy food will make you fat.

I think the tide has turned again -- I had my banana & lentil scones for breakfast this morning and I'm feeling pretty satisfied, unlike the 2 previous days. I'm wearing one of my tighter pairs of jeans and they don't seem too bad, but I can go from feeling good in my jeans to the jeans feeling tight and back again in the space of a day so you never know.

What do you have readily available that you really shouldn't? Well, what are you waiting for? Better in the waste basket than on your waist!

  
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MZSLYDE01 3/17/2011 7:04AM

    I have to totally keep that kind of stuff out of the house because the Out of Sight Out of Mind thing doesn't work for me... I will dwell about it in my head and then just go get it.
If it's there I am eating it.

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KISSFAN1 3/16/2011 2:13PM

    I wish I had a basement or something like that to store things. I had an addiction to "healthy" foods for a long time, but ate tons of them instead of in moderation, which is why I gained so much weight.

It's hard when you have the munchies and can't get full and you just want tons and tons of stuff that you know you shouldn't have.

I hate paying almost $2 a bag for certain veggies I eat (and I eat the entire bag myself, LOL) and love, but I figure it's better than buying bigger jeans. It's hard for me to get over that "thrifty" mind-set sometimes but I'm learning that sometimes you have to pay extra for remaining a healthy weight (of course I use coupons though, LOL).

I figure that I don't have a gym membership, I don't pay to lose weight (not a member of Weight Watcher's or Jenny Craig, etc.), and if eating several $2 a bag veggies keeps me healthy and content and full, well then, so be it! LOL



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LEONALIONESS 3/16/2011 12:42PM

    For me, it's still nut butters. I want to replace my jar of coconut butter (cause I LOVE it) but I know I eat a little bit each day when I have it available. Not huge amounts - maybe half a serving - but it adds up. I've been really digging the almond butter we sell at work, too. It's fresh ground - we've got a machine full of almonds and you push a button to grind your own. So, super healthy. Like eating almonds. Still, I get my finger or a spoon and go to town on it and that's not great!

Maybe when I'm at peak mileage for marathon training and doing 16-20 mile long runs I'll indulge my nut butter to the fullest. At least I do find that it's somewhat self limiting. I can only eat so much before I feel satisfied. That's usually 1 serving or less a day.

I do have 5 vegan candy bars in my fridge (a vegan version of Snickers, Milky Way, Almond Joy, mint coconut and a caramel peanut butter almond guy) but they tend to just sit there. The first three have been in there at least 4-5 months, for instance. They are for emergencies! ;) The chocolate chips in the freezer are more dangerous, honestly, since they seem "so small".

The really dangerous stuff (chips and crackers - crunchy salty owns me!) I have Aaron hide them in his mancave. He'll eat them all before I remember we've got them or can unearth them! LOL.

And, can I just say that while I *heart* you and this blog, I really have issues with the final sentiment? "Better in the waste basket than on your waist!" With the sort of food system issues, massive wasteful packaging, people starving, etc. going on, wasting perfectly good food is an abomination. Hide it, give it away (if it's unopened, give it to a food pantry), cut it into tiny servings and package those... but just tossing edible food is really unethical, IMO. Tossing it or eating it aren't the only options and my weight is far less important than my ethics. (sorry if this is reading harshly, I can't seem to word it properly! Know my tone is far gentler than I'm writing it!)


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NATPLUMMER 3/16/2011 10:41AM

    "thank God I didn't buy the dark chocolate covered blueberries" I know exactly how you feel. I do try to hide the stuff that I'm more likely to snack on in the back of the cupboard on a high shelf. That way I have to drag a chair over to reach it.
Happily, today I'm wearing one of my tighter jeans as well and they're feeling a lot looser than they were last week. :-)
Actually, lentil scones sound really good to me. I love lentils.

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DDOORN 3/16/2011 9:01AM

    Out of the house is best, but yes, for those relatively healthy things that are STILL tempting to overdo it makes SO much sense to tuck them away!

Don

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FREELADY 3/16/2011 8:23AM

    Isn't it puzzling when the appetite just keeps going and going? I applaud how you are evaluating and analyzing yet not blaming. So glad it's easing!

I wish I didn't need bread in the house, because toast is a temptation to me. For the others in the family it's good to have it here, so I get the healthiest bread and keep it out of sight.

It has taken me 2 years to gradually purge my grocery shopping and remove what I shouldn't have. At this point by God's grace I just don't buy stuff I shouldn't have. I am pretty realistic about my vulnerability.

Your strategies are smart. We'll keep accumulating tools and skills, and the ups and downs average out.

Thanks for passing on your strategies!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/16/2011 7:48AM

    We have a designated snack cabinet. I have a picture of me in my "fat" days posted on the cabinet to remind me not to "go in there". 99% of the time it's effective. Hey, whatever works.

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Confession is good for the soul

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Or so they say. Or so I hope. Yesterday was straight out of a horror film - you know the one - Attack of the Munchies. According to my app, it was 9 days to TOM. Course last month it was 4 days early. And often it's a couple of days late.

But it seems right on time, especially with the breaking out, too.

I was doing so well, too. Drinking lots of water. Eating lots of freggies. I could almost feel that extra weight dropping off of me. Til yesterday.

It started right away when I got home from swimming starving - but I'd planned for that with a snack beforehand and a good breakfast almost as soon as I got home. Then I didn't feel like making lunch, and I was totally craving carbs so I indulged on 2 lentil scones from the recipe at nomeatathlete.com , topped with some almond butter . With a banana, my second of the day.

Ok, ok, that was dark chocolate almond butter. You got me. If I'm gonna confess, I might at least be honest with you.

Feeling peckish before dinner, I decided to make some popcorn. Not a single veggie had
passed these lips the entire day, unless you count the popcorn. I did make up for that lapse at
dinner with approximately 2 cups of veggies. So all in all, by the end of the day, I did get my freggies in.

I had a smidgeon of chocolate after dinner; a very tiny piece. And then cause I was still hungry, I ate 2 small apples.

All of that was at least tracked, despite not at all being what I planned on. But there were a few dry roasted edamame earlier in the day (does that count as a veggie?) and the last of the cinnamon chips, to, and those didn't get tracked.

Problem is I am hungry again today, after what should have been a filling breakfast. I know it's mostly hormones speaking, but that's cold comfort at the scale, especially when there was a large gain last week.

The only good news in all this mess is that I woke up famished, which I always take as a sign that I didn't eat too much the day before.

Do I have a point? Nope, not really, hence the title of the blog.



Didn't help.

  
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KANSASROSE67 3/15/2011 12:07PM

    I hear you! Sounds like your damage wasn't too bad, though. On Sunday I ate half a Snickers, a Salted Nut Roll, and FOUR crunchy granola bars!!!

You're right...confession IS good for the soul.

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NATPLUMMER 3/15/2011 10:31AM

    I hate how the hormones do that.
Is it MaraNatha dark chocolate almond butter? I haven't tried it, but I do have some of their dark chocolate peanut butter....yummmmmmm!


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TEMPEST272002 3/15/2011 10:12AM

    I've found that when it comes to body vs brain, body often wins out. Still, it sounds like you were a fighter & kept the damage to a minimum.

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SKFEREBEE 3/15/2011 9:47AM

    Well, I say listen to your body and as long as you're not filling it full of crap, it will all even out by the end of your cycle. Ignoring the hunger may only set you up for a binge or eating something not so health. So even if it is carbs, as long as it is healthy carbs balanced with some protein maybe your body will be satisfied with that. And spacing out the additional snacks may even help fire up your metabolism! Hey, trying to stay positive here~LOL! If the guilt is killing you by eating extra calories that you didn't intend to, just add in a little more activity in your day. Good luck! I know how you feel, and you deal with it much better than me!

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DDOORN 3/15/2011 8:44AM

    What is it about swimming...? Have often had that happen after swimming...RAVENOUS! Sometimes after a long bout of cycling too.

Enjoy your DH's grilling today! :-)

Don

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/15/2011 8:33AM

    Doesn't sound like toooo bad of a day, even though you feel you didn't do as great as normal, but hey, those hormones make us totally lose control. Popcorn is a great snack, not too much damage there. At least you snacked on healthy things instead of diving into a bag of peanut M&M's. Hope today is better for you. emoticon

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MARIE625 3/15/2011 8:20AM

    Well, you may have munched, but it sounds like at least you munched on healthy stuff. I always seem to revert to my old, full fat, full sodium ways of eating when the hormonal munchies hit. Which should be today or tomorrow. Yikes.
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DAYHIKER 3/15/2011 8:10AM

    You have my sympathy! It seems like once I get to that point of feeling "starved" I am hungry the rest of the day and sometimes longer. I was so sad to find that even after menopause there are still "cycles" where some weeks are harder. (sigh) Hope you will not have a difficult day of fighting off the munchies!!

Cindy

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MISSFORTE 3/15/2011 8:10AM

    I know the feeling mother nature just left my house and I am back on track again .

Why does she do this too us?

I have been trying to grab a bottled water drink that first before I give into the munchie monster it has been helping when i do drink the water first

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Right now it's snowing. Tomorrow we grill.

Monday, March 14, 2011

What has that title got to do with this blog? Absolutely nothing at all cept I bet it got your attention.

Nope, I'm gonna ramble.

I've got a great life. A husband who loves me no matter what size I am and who provides for me. Time to myself. Travel to interesting destinations.

I still have to plan, tho. Planning is one key to a healthy lifestyle. It isn't much fun, but a little planning can help you have fun.

I swam this morning for the first time in about a month. Injuries & the weather got in the way. I can't say as I really wanted to leave the house in the dark & cold, but as usual, I'm very glad I did.

If I hadn't done some planning, tho, I would have never made it. My bag was packed the night before & my clothes neatly folded on top of my bag cause I leave while DH is still sleeping. My snack was taken out of the freezer so it would be waiting for me in the morning.

I knew exactly what I was having for breakfast after I got back home & fed the animals. Good thing, too, cause I was STARVING & when we're starving we're more apt to just grab the first thing we see, healthy or not.

Thevrest of my plan for today was to do sn easy run outside, but I might push that off til tomorrow when the weather is supposed to be much nicer. It's actually coming down pretty good out there!

Instead I'll probably do some ST & hope the snow stops so I can walk the dogs this afternoon. Course tomorrow I've also got Zumba & grocery shopping . . . Gonna be a busy day, but like I said, the plan is to grill which means I only have to make the sides (it's supposed to get up to 50 tomorrow & be sunny - been quite some time since we've seen that yellow thing in the sky).

My other ramble this morning is on consistency. I am not fast, nor am I a natural runner. I so admire those who finish a race - much faster than me - and feel like they can keep going. I am soooo happy when I see that finish line!

But now I know I am capable of a 10 minute mile, even if I can only sustain that for 1 mile. But even tho I can't sustain that pace - now - I can keep going. I have something to work towards.

And I can be consistent. I can show up & do the work. And in the end, consistency will get you a lot further than natural ability. In exercise, in healthy choices, in life. So go forth, plan, and be consistent - cause then we're all winners.

  
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FRECKS96 3/14/2011 4:41PM

    Great job with your swim and good luck with your run, whenever you get to it! I can't wait to see the sun myself and I'm looking forward to some nice runs this week!

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FREELADY 3/14/2011 4:19PM

    I am thrilled about your 10-min mile!

I am ruminating on your important statement: Planning isn't much fun, but a little planning can help you have fun. I need to remember that.

Your consistency & thinking through things inspires me. Thanks for letting us listen in!



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NATPLUMMER 3/14/2011 1:40PM

    Yay for a swim!!! Hopefully the weather will cooperate and you can get your run in tomorrow and grill.

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SKFEREBEE 3/14/2011 10:57AM

    Right on about the consistency. True with everything in life.

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TEMPEST272002 3/14/2011 10:34AM

    You are so right about the planning. Planning sets us up for success & you are a great example to me of how to carry that out on a daily basis.

Also dead on with the consistency. Taking many tiny steps will get you farther than taking a couple big leaps.



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MZSLYDE01 3/14/2011 10:31AM

    Good job getting your morning planned. It's nice to have it all ready.
I envy the fact you get to swim. I love swimming - There is nowhere to go around here - Well except in the summer and the pool is then filled with kids so can't really enjoy it. Ah well maybe I will find a place.
Keep up the consistancy - Your seeing progress and that is what matters.


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DAYHIKER 3/14/2011 9:45AM

    Wow, good for you for going out into the dark and snow to swim this morning! emoticon You are sooo right about consistency (and planning and preparing, too)!

Our weather has improved enough that we've been grilling out on the nicer days. I like to do extra chicken breasts no matter what we're having so I can have them the next few days. emoticon

Cindy

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/14/2011 9:05AM

    I'm with you: I've found consistency to be the key to success! Way to go on the 10 minute mile; I know exactly what you mean.

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Photo race recap

Sunday, March 13, 2011

I must say, it's kind of nice having my own personal photographer in tow. I was kind of bowled over when DH asked at dinner last night when the next race is. Not quite sure why he wants to know . . . it would be Freihofers, In June, only I'm still hoping we're going to Vegas then.

Gearing up. I've got my Ipod in its pouch on the right wrist; my glorified stopwatch on my left wrist; my green scrunchie also on my left wrist. Unfortunately, my bluetooth headphones which normally I love fell off my ears after maybe 5 minutes and after maybe another 5 minutes trying to reseat them I just gave it up. So I was sort of tuneless - they stayed around my neck & I could just barely hear the songs.



Yes, there were entertaining costumes.



Calm before the storm. Thankfully there was somewhere to mill beforehand -- with bathrooms!



We're off! A sea of green!



DH said he had trouble finding me. Now I see why. You never really think about your height til you see the photos! Maybe that's why I'm so slow -- short legs! Doesn't explain why my short BIL is so fast. Darn it!



It was relatively cold -- just above freezing -- wouldn't know it from these guys. DH said there was a guy running shirtless.



Yes, this is me getting my butt kicked by a little old lady. I've noticed I don't bend my arms as much as other people. Could that really make you faster? I was more aware of this after DH taking photos of my last race, but doesn't look like I've corrected it much.



Not my most flattering angle, to be sure, but just about crossing the finish line. Thanks DH, you did a great job!











  
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MZSLYDE01 3/14/2011 10:28AM

    You do look great. I am so happy you did it. YOUR FIRST RACE. Are you just excited or what??????
Great pics - They are awesome.
Thanks for sharing them I was hoping you would

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/14/2011 9:40AM

    You look great! Don't worry about how others run, do what feels natural to you.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/14/2011 7:23AM

    Great pics, ya did good kiddo, so proud of you and you set a personal best. F A N T A S T I C !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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TEDDYBABE 3/14/2011 6:39AM

    Oh DH did good! And you did awesome! Glad you have some photo recorded memories.

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STARTSPARKING 3/14/2011 5:56AM

    Thanks for sharing your race experience and some terrific photos. Keep up your great work!
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KANSASROSE67 3/14/2011 12:39AM

    Great race report!

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XFITSTRONG 3/13/2011 9:29PM

    So COOL!!!! I want to be one of those little old ladies running races.... passing younger people.... One of my dreams in life! LOL! Great pics! Thanks for sharing!

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BLUEEYESXOXO 3/13/2011 7:43PM

    I love all the photos! You look like you had a great time! :)

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NATPLUMMER 3/13/2011 7:35PM

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TEMPEST272002 3/13/2011 7:31PM

    Thank hubby for the great photos for me! I really enjoyed looking at you race angles. I have to disagree on the last one... you have a cute hienie. You look positively tiny next to those people in the one shot. I'm laughing now that I used to picture you being tall!

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EOSTAR_45 3/13/2011 4:33PM

    One more race DONE. emoticon

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FREELADY 3/13/2011 3:00PM

    How fun to see your photos! I love it!

You're encouraging all of us who've never done this . . .

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FRECKS96 3/13/2011 12:24PM

    Love the pics! It looks like a fun race. We had lots of people in shorts and tanks, too. I guess when you run that fast, you get warm quicker. At least I hope so!

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SKFEREBEE 3/13/2011 11:51AM

    Love the little old lady pic and comment. emoticon Got passed by a few of them myself! Looks very cold. Those people w/ hardly any clothes on are crazy! Thanks for sharing.

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DAYHIKER 3/13/2011 9:49AM

    Good job, Judy! Bummer about losing your music but you did great without it! Thanks for posting the pictures--dh is a good photographer!

Cindy

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HALFFAST 3/13/2011 9:35AM

    Yay Judy! Great race and great pics!

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SHEILA1505 3/13/2011 9:26AM

    Well done!
- and thanx for your comments on my walk today :D

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