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What a long, strange trip it's been!

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Happy Sunday to all. I hope everyone is having a safe and mindful weekend. Thank you to all of you that have served or loved, supported or lost someone who served. Words to express gratitude for that service have not been created!

I'm going to have a kick back and relax day. No festivities planned. Yesterday was full enough!

Stupid GPS! Stupid me for not reading the directions first like I normally do. DH had to work so I was going to make the 2 1/2 hour drive each way to his aunt's memorial service. I had only met her twice but she was a lovely woman.

DH loaded the funeral home's address in the GPS before he went to work. I got myself ready in time to leave a smidge early just to make sure I got out there in time. Right out of the gate things went wrong. It took me in the wrong direction right away but me being horrible with directions and not having been out that way in a long time, I gave it some time to see where I was heading.

I decided this wasn't right, pulled over and started over. I wasn't thinking when it asked me to start at the beginning of the route that that meant it was going to take me back home. So I pulled over again and started over again.

I'll spare you the details of all the weaving it took me through and all of the foul words I said but after 2 1/2 hours in the car, I was weaving through tiny, uninhabited, gravel roads. Farm land as far as the eye can see and I am now a half hour late for the service. I felt like I had been cut off from civilization with NO sense of direction. Then the rain started and I got a little panicky and said that's it, I'm going home!

I pulled over again and hit "home"on the GPS. That finally got me back on a main road. I then remembered there is GPS on my iPhone. Duh. Wish I had tried that sooner. I pulled over , fired that up and decided to see how it went with both guiding me.

I could see the interstate to get home was a couple miles ahead. Hear the angels sing! Just then the stupid GPS told me to turn left. WHAT? The GPS on my cell phone did not so I said something not so nice to the GPS and headed for the interstate.

I had planned to run after the service then go grocery shopping but as I got close to home, I told myself I'm not doing it. It's raining and I've been driving for 6 hours for no reason. Then I remembered SP member PUPPYWHISPERER blogging about running in the rain the other day so I quickly changed after I got home and headed out.

It was only sprinkling by then and the sun came out a bit so I took that as a sign....let's see how far I could go. I took it at a leisurely pace, ran a little further before heading back home and it felt good, I didn't get winded at the usual spots.

I passed four miles and was still doing okay. Three months ago I was struggling to finish three miles. As I got close to my house I saw I had .2 miles to go to reach five miles. The thighs were burning and it hurt to pass up my house. When the nice Map My Run lady announced five miles, I slowed down to a walk pumping my arms in the air Rocky style! FIVE MILES! No fargin way! OH YES I DID!

Next up the Warrior Dash on June 15 then I think it's time for a 10K soon!

Thanks to all my spark friends for inspiration on my runs!

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FUNLOVEN 6/4/2013 8:33AM

    I am so directionally challenged that I couldn't imagine leaving home without it - LOL ! Our GPS has taken us on some pretty stupid routes over the years.

Great job on getting out there in the rain/sprinkle for your run. I think one of the best parts about SP is the friends and support we have here. It did me good, Kelly, when you wrote that 3 months ago you were struggling to finish 3 miles. There is hope for me yet !

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AM_MORRIS87 6/2/2013 1:39PM

    Omg that's incredible!!!!!!! Your running has really progressed and I am SO freaking proud of you!!!! :) I'm glad to hear you're doing so well (except for that awful GPS mess.) But I hope you have a great rest of your weekend and a wonderful week!

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BESSHAILE 6/1/2013 6:36AM

    good for you to get your run in anyway.

My GPS is a DeLorme's Atlas - big red paper map booklet. I buy one at Walmart for DH about every third birthday.

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ALEXSGIRL1 5/29/2013 7:49PM

    that was a strange trip so glad you got your run in

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TATERCAT 5/28/2013 12:03PM

    Great job on the 5 mile run! You are my inspiration. You know how to channel your negative days and emotions into something positive. Good Luck at The Warrior Dash and let us know how it went. I am intrigued in it, but not sure if it is my thing.

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PUPPYWHISPERS 5/28/2013 10:45AM

    emoticon run in the rain! It's not so bad once you get started, and it's always so quiet.

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SUGAR0814 5/27/2013 11:19PM

    Those GPS can be a pain! I swear my GPS keep saying recalculating one time too many this weekend. I almost threw it out of the window!! Great job on your run in the rain!! You are totally emoticon!!!!!

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DARLY55 5/26/2013 7:25PM

    Way to go! emoticon

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ELVISINTHEHOUSE 5/26/2013 7:09PM

    After all those frustrating hours behind the wheel of a car I imagine your body was longing for a run. When your body got what it wanted it rewarded you by giving you something you wanted. That's some very good symmetry!
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BIGPAWSUP 5/26/2013 3:00PM

    Depending on the GPS they can be tricky.

glad you had a great run.

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MJREIMERS 5/26/2013 9:44AM

    emoticon emoticon job using that "frustration" energy for something positive! I bet it wasn't easy to get out there, but you did it! emoticon

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The Good The Bad and The Ugly

Thursday, May 23, 2013

I had a good day at work Wednesday. It was my one-year anniversary, I was juggling several different issues but I was productive and I wasn't overly stressed. I searched and blogged about some interesting anniversaries.

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On the way home I thought about making vanilla pudding for when my husband got home from work late in the evening since it was National Vanilla Pudding day, then go running, then walk the dog. Best laid plans....

I was making the right turn onto my block and a guy cut his left too tight, I could see he was looking the other way, I tried to move over but I had nowhere to go. I closed my eyes as he hit my front end. I could barely open my door to get out. ARGH!!! I started thinking about dealing with insurance companies, car repairs, GRRRRR!

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He was very apologetic and admitted he was at fault, I couldn't get angry at him. After the police came and got all that done, I inched my way down the block and left the car on the street. Turning into my driveway would have meant a popped tire.

I was on the phone with his insurance company for quite a while, called a co-worker to arrange a ride to and from work and realized I had zero energy for a run. My husband came home with Popeye's chicken to comfort me and I inhaled it. I looked up the stats later... HOLY SALT MINES BATMAN.

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I took the dog for her walk after dinner and someone almost backed into me coming out of their driveway, again, the driver was not looking. ARGH!!

Okay so that was all the good and bad of the day, now the ugly..

After the 20-minute walk with the dog, I did a 10-minute pilates video on SP, then my nightly one-minute plank. I put my head down, struggling through the last 10 seconds and could see down my shirt. ACK!!! What is that lumpy, disfigured blob of yuck?! Oh that would be my abdominal area. Depending on the week, I've lost between 10 and 12 pounds and a few inches. I'm 47 years old so things are not snapping back into place of course!

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I gotta end the day on a positive note. I didn't get my planned workout in but I got some activity in. I ate poorly at dinner, but I ate well during the day. The accident was aggravating, not a devastating life-changer so I'm thankful. I thought about the people in Oklahoma and changed my attitude about the two hours of my day that did not go as planned.

AND today I have reached six months of maintaining my weight loss on Spark People. I've become a better person since rejoining spark people last August.

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I watched two episodes of Modern Family, had some great laughs with my husband and went to bed happy.

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I hope everyone has a great Thursday and remember....

Life has to be a little nuts sometimes, otherwise it's just a bunch of Thursdays all strung together! (from the motion picture Rumor Has It)

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THOMASINA57 5/23/2013 9:09PM

    What an action packed day!! Getting into a car accident is at the top of the stress charts in my books..

Great attitude!!!

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CAT-IN-CJ 5/23/2013 7:35PM

    Glad you made it through that day . . . and what a great attitude of gratitude as a bow on top to wrap it up!!

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NEW-CAZ 5/23/2013 12:12PM

    Wonderful attitude! Glad you survived!

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TATERCAT 5/23/2013 10:35AM

    I am glad to hear that you are OK. Cars can be fixed although dealing with insurance companies is not easy.
What I admire about you is the fact that you still went out to walk your dog and do an SP workout instead of sulking. Not a lot of people would have picked themselves up and continued with their day. Great attitude.

On a funnier note, a girl once pulled out in front of me on a highway (I was doing 80 mph) and she was nonchalantly eating soup...with a spoon and a bowl. I had to swerve in the other lane to avoid hitting her. I didn't want to get sued for accidentally spilling her hot soup on her legs or something.

I hope you have a great rest of the week. Congrats on your two anniversaries.


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LORILEEPAGE 5/23/2013 9:58AM

    I'm glad you survived the day! I noticed that you often quote movies. I wish I could do that! My memory just doesn't retain that stuff...wish I could!

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FUNLOVEN 5/23/2013 9:21AM

    Well, I have to say, I wouldn't want a Wednesday like yours if that is what it takes to put some excitement in my life - emoticon

Glad you were not hurt and that you could put some humor and positive notes to the end of your day !

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DELIA38961 5/23/2013 9:04AM

    wow ..u did have a very uneventful day but I am glad u wasn't seriously injured ..congrats on your two anniversaries ..hope today is a better dqy :)

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PMRUNNER 5/23/2013 8:52AM

    Sorry to hear about the accident! No fun dealing with the headache of it all. Enjoyed the rest of your blog, had a good chuckle or two. Keep up the Spark!

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PUPPYWHISPERS 5/23/2013 8:48AM

    Great attitude!

I'm so sorry the guy hit you--I've had so many close calls lately too. What is up with people not paying attention when they're driving. I was almost hit by an idiot who was (get this) texting with one hand, smoking a cigarette in the other. You're asking the same question I was--how was he steering???

Unfortunately, I guess we have to be very careful both driving and walking defensively. At least the guy who hit you admitted it was his fault, and maybe he learned to pay better attention.

I enjoyed Modern Family last night too--that show always makes me laugh. And you're right that life has to be a little nuts sometimes. emoticon

Be safe and have a great weekend!

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BIGPAWSUP 5/23/2013 8:48AM

    Well, I'm happy it was just some car damage and you are alright. Cars can be fixed.

I had to laugh at your "salt mine" comment. That's pretty much how I feel about all fast foods - even the non-meat (wouldn't dare call it veggie) stuff is practically pickled. Hope you enjoyed your chicken none the less.

Now you might laugh at this but I've got an old home remedy for saggy/stretched skin. My great aunt preached about bathing in comfrey once a week. She was 100 when she died and looked amazing. I've been trying to do it and my skin is starting to look/feel better. You just brew a large pot of tea with hot (not boiling) water. Let the tea step for 10 minutes and dump it in a hot bath. Soak until it's cold or you're just done. It helped with my stretch marks when I was preggers and I think it's helping now.

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TDEMAIO2 5/23/2013 8:40AM

    What a GREAT attitude : ) emoticon

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Fun Wednesday Facts

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Happy Hump Day to all. Since today is my one-year anniversary at my job, I looked up other anniversaries. Here are some fun factoids for your day from the Wayne Geiger website....

1841 - Henry Kennedy received a patent for the first reclining chair. YAY Henry, I'm a huge fan, so much so these chairs have made my tushy slightly huge!

1931 - The first canned rattlesnake meat was sold in Arcadia, Florida. Okay, BLUCK!

1955 - Police in Bridgeport, CT. cancelled a Fats Domino concert over fears of an anticipated "rock 'n roll riot". Oh those wild and crazy Fats Domino huligans!

1967 - Mr. Rogers Neighborhood premiered on PBS. It's public television's longest running children's program. And to this day whenever I see it's a nice day outside I sing in my head "it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor, would you be mine, could you be mine."

1980 - Namco released the highly influential arcade game Pac-Man. Yay!! I miss those days!

1987 - Rick Hansen arrived back home in Vancouver after traveling 24,901 miles across four continents and 34 countries in 26 months in his wheelchair. He had been paralyzed from the waist down since 1973. And we find excuses to avoid a 30-minute workout!

And the word of the day is Risible (RIZ-uh-bulh) adjective: Capable of laughing; disposed to laugh; exciting or provoking laughter.

So everyone, go forth and make it a risible day!

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CHERYL_ANNE 5/22/2013 7:47PM

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Happy 1 Year @ Your Job, To You!!

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OWL_20 5/22/2013 7:17PM

    Hoo, that's a lot of facts! Hehe, like the Fats Domino one, that was back in the day. And I try to be risible, but my DH just won't laugh! emoticon

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LEANNAW4 5/22/2013 3:16PM

    Love it, and love the new word! Thanks for sharing, and happy anniversary!

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KLMEIRING 5/22/2013 2:59PM

    Oh my goodness! I loved the word of the day! Thanks for the smile! emoticon

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HIKINGFIT 5/22/2013 1:57PM

    Happy Anniversary! I think of Mr. Rogers whenever I change shoes! Thanks for Sparking!

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FUNLOVEN 5/22/2013 1:07PM

    That's right. You most certainly make me feel RIZIBLE some days emoticon

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SUGAR0814 5/22/2013 12:07PM

    emoticon Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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LORILEEPAGE 5/22/2013 11:04AM

    Have a wonderful day, Kellie! You sure know how to bring sunshine to my day!

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BIGPAWSUP 5/22/2013 10:09AM

    That is awesome! thanks for the share!

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CELIAMINER 5/22/2013 9:55AM

    You made me smile! Thanks for the upbeat blog and the new word.
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SUSUSUZZZIE 5/22/2013 9:08AM

    Happy 1 year anniversary at your job! And thanks for sharing the fun facts for the day!

Wishing you a risible day too!
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The Weekend In Review

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Hello fellow sparkers and welcome to Kellie's weekend in review.

In the spirit of joining the Flylady team, I took advantage of a slow Friday at work to clean and organize my desk. That mountain of papers builds quickly. Everything had a file or hit the recycling bin. I felt amazingly more at ease.

After work I took the dog for a 30-minute walk, did a load of laundry and read my book. I love Friday evenings with nothing to do but decompress from the week.

Saturday morning I took the dog for her one-mile walk, then I headed out for my four-mile run. It always amazes me what a mental game running is. Sure stamina is involved but I have found it is so much about mentally pushing yourself.

Instead of my usual play list order, I hit shuffle. It started out with All Fired Up by Pat Benetar instead of the usual slow, haunting building melody of Myth by Beach House. I had to force myself to take it slow.

I was amazed at how great I felt starting out. Sometimes I think to myself "this was a bad idea, I don't have it today" when I first start out. But forcing myself to take it easy during that song when it usually kicks me into third gear seamed to really do wonders for me.

When the Map-My-Run lady said I had reached two miles, I thought "this is good, I'm not so tired, I'm getting stronger". Then I thought "wait, I don't have the usual one mile left, it's still two miles away". I instantly got tired. See, it's all mental.

So to combat that thought, I imagined my SP runner friends with me. While Somebody's Out There by Triumph played, AMMORRIS87 came running up telling me "we can do it together, let's keep moving". BIGPAWSUP came running up to us with her fabulous pigtails and a big grin and the three of us kept a good pace.

SUGAR0814 came running up to join us followed by BROOKLYN BORN with her usual thumbs up to all of us. MJRIEMERS and her daughter caught up telling me "just don't stop". I slowed down to a trot for a minute to catch my breath and PUPPYWHISPERS joined in. Just then PMRUNNER ran ahead of us and said to follow him. Up ahead I noticed FUNLOVEN telling me to "come on, we are runners now".

No joke, this is what I do when I run, I give myself pep talks and picture positive images to keep me moving because I am a couch potato by nature! I felt SO good when I got home at what I accomplished.

Then it was time to shower, pack a bag and drop the dog at the dog sitter because I WON TICKETS TO SEE KENNY CHESNEY!!! Okay I was never much of a country music fan but DH is and it's been growing on me since we got married six years ago. He was singing along with Kenny in the car one day to Blue Rocking Chair and I fell in love with him and with Kenny.




We picked up the tickets at will call about 5:00, Eli Young band was already on stage. He was really good, then Eric Church came on, they ROCKED, then a short intermission and it was Kenny time! What a party that guy puts on. So it was about a six hour show and I was dancing and singing the whole time. My inner groupie woke up. She's been asleep for a while.

My voice is a little hoarse today because you know, the bands need to hear me sing from 40 rows back! I'm exhausted, everything hurts, my knees, my ankles, my back from all the dancing in heels for six hours. In my defense, I had no idea this was going to be six hours or that I would dance so much. It was worth it because the shoes made the SIZE EIGHT JEANS I finally fit into look good!!!! I haven't been in a size 8 in 15 years!

I had such a good time! It was probably a four or five block walk from where we sat in the park out to the car. Every step felt like I was walking on razor blades but it was such a great day and evening, I didn't care!

Tomorrow I hit the reset button. It was an active weekend but nutritionally it was an epic fail. Hey, everything in moderation. Tomorrow is another day.

I hope everyone had a good weekend. Let's rock Monday baby!

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TDEMAIO2 5/22/2013 7:39AM

    What fun : ) I am going to dance again, it has been years emoticon

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SUGAR0814 5/20/2013 3:41PM

    I wish I could run with you! It's so much better to have a running buddy! emoticon Sounds like you had a busy but fun weekend! Keep you the great job you're doing!! emoticon

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FUNLOVEN 5/20/2013 9:11AM

    I think I have a love-hate relationship with the weekends, LOVE to have fun like you did emoticon but hate the consequences of not eating such Sparkling meals.

Love how you mentally run with all of your team mates. What a fun idea!

You are an inspiration, Kellie, and I am glad you are my emoticon

Rock on !

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CHERYL_ANNE 5/20/2013 7:04AM

    So excited for you! You're an inspiration. emoticon

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    Sounds like a great weekend emoticon

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JOYFULGRATITUDE 5/19/2013 11:51PM

    Aww, you two are so cute in the pic! Glad to hear you had a great time! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DELIA38961 5/19/2013 11:46PM

    sounds like a pretty amazing weekend ...I actually do the mental thing where I imagine others along beside me pushing me on to...glad to know I'm not the only one who does that ..lol..have a great week

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BIGPAWSUP 5/19/2013 10:53PM

    How awesome! I love your run - glad to be of assistance. I'm certain we all are.

The concert sounds great. I'm not much on country either but anything that can keep you up and moving for 6 hours has to be awesome!

Congrats.

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PINKYYSUEE 5/19/2013 10:51PM

    looks like you had a good weekend...thanks for sharing!

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Two For Tuesday

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Radio stations do it so here we go....... two thoughts on my mind this week.......

YOGA! LOVE IT!

I started taking a free yoga class at my library a year and a half ago. For several months, I was not a pretty sight to put it mildly but little by little, I improved. The people that attend the class are all shapes, sizes and fitness levels so I've been comfortable from the beginning.

Last night was probably the most challenging the class has been for me since those first few classes. AND I WAS ABLE TO KEEP UP! It was exhilarating.

She started out with some moves that really taxed the abs. HELLO! I could feel my abdominal muscles curling and contracting in just the right way. It was pretty cool.

I finally tried jumping into plank from the forward fold and it was good. I nailed the tree and eagle poses. I love those, they make me feel powerful. My balance has greatly improved.

We spent a lot of time in forward folds and downward dogs than we normally do. I REALLY need to buy some slimmer-fitting tops! A couple times I came very close to giving the guy behind me a show.

I LOVE FEELING STRONG, POWERFUL AND BALANCED. Cuz those who know me know I'm a little off balance at times! bah ha.

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RUNNING! I LOVE IT!

This is a statement I would NEVER have imagined would ever pop in my head! I've worked out off and on over the last 20 years but have never thought about running.

After my divorce, I put on some weight so I got back into my walking routine. Every night after dinner I headed out on the one-mile path I had mapped around my apartment.

Part of the path was along the railroad tracks because it was well lit at night with some traffic, not too heavy but enough to notice me if the boogie man grabbed me.

One night I was going at a brisk pace and a freight train came through. Not sure what happened, I got this surge of energy, part fright I'm sure and I started jogging. IT WAS AWESOME, the rush of wind, the roar of the engine. The adrenaline was incredible.

I slowly built up to running two blocks and walking one block for a mile and then lost interest. Not sure why.

I started again a couple years ago by downloading the Get Running app. I've been at it for a while, progress did NOT come quickly. I've completed a few 5Ks, nothing spectacular but to me, it's groundbreaking progress!

Last week I started pushing myself a little more and ran 4 miles around my neighborhood. SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! I really did that?! Still doesn't seem possible but I'm doing it. I now have my sights set on a 10K by the end of this season or next spring. We'll see how this goes.

None of this has ever been easy, some days it's still a struggle but nothing worth having is ever easy.

Do not EVER underestimate yourself or give up on yourself. Every day is a chance to start over or to push yourself just a little more.

Terrific Tuesday wishes all around!


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SUSUSUZZZIE 5/15/2013 11:05PM

    Awesome about the yoga and the running! You are inspiriational...maybe I'll get there too with the running (and slow-slow-slow improvement)!

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DELIA38961 5/15/2013 11:03PM

    that's great :) best wishes on training for a 10 k

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JOYFULGRATITUDE 5/14/2013 1:08PM

    That's hilarious about almost giving the guy behind you an eye-full! emoticon Maybe that will get him to come to class more often! emoticon That's great that you are doing so well! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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FUNLOVEN 5/14/2013 10:09AM

    Kelli you are emoticon

The yoga I get to do periodically isn't nearly as difficult as what your doing. I'm impressed! As far as the running goes - 10K WOW! I am just preparing to tackle my first 5K and know I won't run/jog the entire route. Just that I'm doing it is going to be enough. I would never tell you that I am a runner. As a matter of fact I would tell you that I hate running, but last night I walked on my TM and it felt so strange not to do my walk/jog routine that I started wondering what I do after my 5K at the end of May. Would I continue or back of to just walking ? Time will tell that's for sure.

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CHERYL_ANNE 5/14/2013 9:57AM

    Thank you for your empowering words of inspiration:

Do not EVER underestimate yourself or give up on yourself. Every day is a chance to start over or to push yourself just a little more.

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TATERCAT 5/14/2013 9:35AM

    I am happy that you are enjoying yoga and running; nothing like enjoying your exercises. Good Luck on your 10K! I know that you can do it.

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SUGAR0814 5/14/2013 9:30AM

    emoticon You're doing great! Keep up the great job!

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BIGPAWSUP 5/14/2013 9:18AM

    You are and awesome amazing woman! Congrats on your yoga and your running. You really seem to have found your fit!

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TORTISE110 5/14/2013 9:10AM

    You have inspired me! Great how you are getting stronger.

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LORILEEPAGE 5/14/2013 8:59AM

    Kellie, I am so excited for your great progress in yoga! Very motivating to me! And to top it off your making super progress with running! That seems to be so rewarding for you! I can't wait to hear about the day you first Ron 10K! It will happen! You are an inspiration!

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