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Passing on pizza

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

My boss dropped by my office for a late lunch break. He invited me for pizza. I went but just had a diet snapple. We talked about how that guy IS getting the job and how I should "let it go" ha ha. Yeah, I will be all right - not happy about it - but proud of myself that I ate well today - and stuck to my plan, drank water, skipped pizza, and when I did snack - I chose an orange.

I did exercise as I promised myself. I had a good day despite issues of which I had no control. This too shall pass. Woo hoo!

Happy Sparking!

  
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MAGGIEROSEBOWL 3/14/2011 11:54AM

    Skipping the pizza is HUGE...a gigantic step towards achieving your goals. Way to go girl! And don't let him tell you any differently, your size had lots to do with that other guy getting the job...there is a terrible fat bias still prevalent in America. You can't prove it, they will deny it, but it's there. Just wait til you're skinny, then see who gets the GREAT job---YOU!!! You will finally be judged by your ability, instead of your size.

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CLAUDECF 3/12/2011 6:14AM

    emoticonPassing on stuff that you like is hard work! Congratulations!
I haven't visited your blog for a long time and am happy to see how well you're doing. (I am faithfully following your feed though) emoticon

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CHERKYLE 3/10/2011 10:39AM

    Passed on pizza! you go girl! I dont think I could have done t!!

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SLIGHTLYBRAINY 3/10/2011 12:30AM

    Good for you! Letting go of the food when things are not "perfect" really is hard. But in the long run, we feel so much better for the good choices that we made rather than the momentary pleasure of the food (and for me usually followed by hours and hours of guilt)

You are doing great!!!

Terri =)

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BRAVENEWGRL 3/9/2011 10:58PM

    Yeah!!!! Can you send me some of that willpower? I need it!!!! Yeah you for making good choice. Bet you feel better for it! emoticon

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DJS-DEBBIE 3/9/2011 10:57PM

    Good for you!

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I Believe in You

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

All it takes is a little belief. If you can't find it in yourself. Find it in Spark. If you can't find it in Spark, come to me. I will believe in you.

I've been off and on the wagon more times than I can possibly count. What has always made me succeed when I was on the wagon? The realization that someone (has been various people) has believed in me. Dare I say it, now? Yes, at times, like now - it has been me, myself and I that have been the driving force behind the belief.

There are so many others. Those of you who will comment on this page are certainly at the top of this order, and I appreciate it, more than you know. It's this little group that has pulled me along, even when I fought it kicking and screaming.

I exercised tonight, just like I said I would. That little act of sweating (and breaking personal records on wii batting practice) has an outstanding effect on my belief system. Yes, I can do it. Yes, I am doing it.

Right now, it is not about the 200lbs I am going to lose. It is about the 30 mins of exercise I promised myself I would do. It is about the blood sugar measurement that I said I would test and I am doing it. It is about making a promise to myself and keeping it. It is remembering who I want to become and who I am. I am that ballsy chick who does not back down, no matter how tough the challenge is or how long it is going to take.

It is about making a difference in my own life and then daring myself to prove it and follow through. Yup, those are the things I am doing. I believe in us.

  
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CAROLFAITHWALKR 6/1/2011 7:55PM

    "Right now, it is not about the 200lbs I am going to lose. It is about the 30 mins of exercise I promised myself I would do."

Thanks I really needed that.

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LMCCARTHY75 3/23/2011 10:37AM

    thank you it helps


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CIVIAV 3/17/2011 7:30AM

    I don't yet know you but I sure as heck believe it! WTG!

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HARTKITTY 3/16/2011 4:56AM

    Thank you for this I totally agree

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KJMAZ2011 3/15/2011 6:02PM

    Great post! Thanks for sharing your story. I needed to read this today. I BELIEVE IN YOU AND ME!

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DUSTYGIRL25 3/15/2011 4:29PM

    Yay for You! You are doing so Fantastic! Beautiful blog! Thank you for sharing your story! emoticon

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SUGARBEHONEYPIE 3/15/2011 1:14PM

    emoticon I so agree with it not being about the total amount to lose but the daily choices that all add up: to feeling more energized, happier, more mobile. And oh yes those choices do add up, over time, to weight loss as well. I only focus on 5 lbs at a time. We can do this! emoticon

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THEBRIGHTERSIDE 3/15/2011 10:04AM

    Your post literally brought tears to my eyes...I think it was because I promise myself everyday...this is what Im doing for ME. I needed the reminder today most of all...thank you!

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DANCINGBRAVE 3/14/2011 10:28PM

    This was all very well put. So many times we get caught up doing for others, doing mundane tasks, everything but what we need to do for ourselves...put yourself first for once to find the way to your goals and there will still be time/energy to do the other stuff.

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DHINTON12 3/14/2011 2:08PM

    Just what I needed today........thank you

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PETTIGREW3 3/14/2011 1:50PM

    I like how you pointed out that it is not your goal of losing 200 pounds but about the small choices you make everyday that will ultimately lead you to your major goal. Live free die happy!

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PVILLAGO 3/13/2011 11:47PM

    Great Post...You are right we have to promise ourselves and believe in ourselves. Good job on the exercise and the mental motivation... keep it up..

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MAGICGIRL21 3/13/2011 11:30PM

    GREAT INSPIRATION+++

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thanks for a great blog - just what i needed tonight

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SLOSS78 3/13/2011 9:48PM

    Thank you so much! I really needed that to start my week. emoticon

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READY2GET-FIT 3/13/2011 9:03PM

    You have a great attitude! I hope to find a way to believe in myself. Your post is inspiring! Thanks!

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LORIENABANANA 3/13/2011 8:56PM

    Thank you for that empowering post!
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SML128 3/13/2011 8:40PM

    I believe in you too! You are so right to focus on what we DO accomplish in a day instead of worrying about the task in front of us all the time.
Wishing you a great week ahead!

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GRANNYSQUARE1 3/13/2011 8:11PM

    Thank you. I needed that. emoticon

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CHANGE4THEBEST 3/13/2011 7:37PM

    It was your title 'I believe in you' that caught my attention and your profile picture is cute!

Great blog! The first paragraph struck a cord.. If you can't find it in spark, come to me, I will believe in you.

Thank you emoticon and I believe you too can do it! emoticon

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    Beautiful!! emoticon emoticon

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KLONG8 3/13/2011 5:46PM

    We're in this together!

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  I believe in you too! Thanks for sharing with us all. emoticon emoticon

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ROBINRC1 3/13/2011 3:33PM

  Thank you for all the great words. What a difference a kind word can make!! emoticon

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ORIMOVUO2 3/13/2011 3:10PM

    great words. we can do it. way to go and dont forget to have fun on your journey

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    thanks all we need is someone to believe in us!!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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    Loved your blog. I believe in you also. emoticon emoticon

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AMBERLEIGHM1 3/13/2011 1:22PM

    Thanks for believing in me; that makes me smile:) I believe in you too. We have fallen off the wagon for the last time. Have a blessed day.

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THENEWKAT 3/13/2011 10:58AM

    So you are right... Making a promise to yourself is perfect. I sometimes fight with myself to complete a workout. But in the long run if I don't complete my workout or I eat something wrong it is only myself that will be let down. My weight loss is not for someone else to manage but for myself to manage. So who but yourself needs to believe. It is nice to have some encouragement and someone to say Good Job! But it is you who needs to believe in yourself before anyone else really can. Thanks for the story!

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GUST804 3/13/2011 9:59AM

    keeping it simple and in the day is a good plan...thanks

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JUSLEFAIRE 3/13/2011 8:42AM

    Thank you for this wonderful blog with its gentle reminders. I like the fact that you concentrate on the day rather than the larger goal. I forget o do this and find discouragement instead.
All the best on yoour journey.
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PICKLEDGINGER2 3/13/2011 6:36AM

  Thank you! emoticon We gotta hold hands and stick together, just like in kindergarten. We learned it then.

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What a motivator you are. Thanks, I needed it.

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MIZKITTIE 3/12/2011 11:43PM

  Thank You! Your believing in me truly strengthens my ability to believe in myself. What a wonderful support system we have here at SP!!
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SOSMEGOD 3/12/2011 11:38PM

    Loved you Blog. Thanks for the inspiration and motivation.

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Whoops

Friday, March 04, 2011

I really should have been paying more attention. I backed into a car this morning. Luckily I was going very slowly and when I heard the crunch, I stopped and moved forward. I really thought I ran over something. It would have been nice to do a rewind, but I couldn't. So, I left a note of apology and my phone number. I took pictures. I felt like crying. I texted my hubby. He was so nice about it and told me to relax - we have insurance.

TGIF!

Oh well. Just got to keep on going. Hopefully, the owner won't be too rattled about it. It's scratched and scraped, not seriously damaged. I feel like a dope, but this too shall pass. It is not a crisis.

Hope everyone has a great day! I am determined to turn this day around!

  
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MICKEYMAX 3/8/2011 10:25PM

    Update to the mishap. The guy called me back -= I left my phone number on the note. He told me he didn't see anything bad, and not to worry about it. HAPPY DANCE!

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GROOVYCHICK9 3/8/2011 10:57AM

    I have done that too. That is what insurance is for. Don't beat yourself up too much about it.

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DIFROMWYOMING 3/6/2011 12:10AM

    Let's hope this was your one car accident and no matter what it comes out to be...you were just fine! That's the important part. I always hate when things happen to me, too, but you took responsibility and like your husband says, that is what insurance is for! Hope it all goes smoothly and the other people are understanding.

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GEORGIA_KAY 3/5/2011 10:17AM

    Nobody was hurt, and you've got the right attitude about the whole thing. Good for you! :) emoticon

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TINARENA2 3/4/2011 2:19PM

    It's so easy to do this, don't fret about it too much. I'm sure the other person was very thankful that you left the note. It will work out. emoticon emoticon

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DOMINICKSMOM05 3/4/2011 12:19PM

  It happens- we all have these experiences so shake it off and just make the best of it :)

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THEONEBLUEGECKO 3/4/2011 10:45AM

    That is always so frustrating. I turned once a bit to sharply when going out of a parking lot and left a foot long scratch on a car (a $500 scratch), so frustrating because you really do wish you can just hit the undo button and try again.

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HEALTHYASHLEY 3/4/2011 9:39AM

    It sucks but good for you for taking responsibility and leaving your number!

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Forgiveness is a Funny Thing

Monday, February 28, 2011

Sometimes, it's nowhere to be found. I waited 29 years to drop the weight...the burden of the shame I carried for so long, and I would not forgive my tormentors who were just plain mean to me. I know it's 29 years because I did the math.

For those of you familiar with facebook, you might recognize the little pop-ups on the side of your page that say, "people you might know" and much to my horror a couple of weeks ago, a person popped up who I loathed in high school. l.o.a.t.h.e.d. It was one of those kids who was so good at pointing out every one of my obvious flaws. I had many. I was a weird kid for sure, but hey we all grow out of things.

Or so I told him. Yesterday.

I was in church (fittingly) at the time when it came to me and I though well, why can't I forgive him, and just be done with it? So I did. (no, I was not on fb in church)

And next time his name popped up on my fb page, I clicked it. and sent a message that said pretty much the same thing. and I wished him well. I left out the part where I loathed him, but I did tell him he was pretty harsh to me then, and while I grew out of my weirdness, I hoped he'd grown out of his behavior as well.

I have not heard if he did or not. There has been no response, but even if there is never a response, I know in my heart I forgave him, and what is done is done.

Life is too short to carry all that baggage around. It was just one more thing weighing me down. and Now, I am done with it.

What are some of the things you have dropped, sparkies - and how has it helped?

  
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CHANGE4THEBEST 3/13/2011 7:48PM

    Thought provoking blog! It is draining to think of unhappy situations in the past.... Good on you for forgiving him - it makes you the better person for doing so emoticon

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MICKEYMAX 3/12/2011 9:56AM

    An update for those of you who wondered - nope he never responded. I am not mad though - I feel a little sad for him - in that he has not become the person I had hoped - but that is on him, and I am beyond those things now. I felt like I needed to speak up for myself and I did! NEXT!

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BAYBELIEVER 3/2/2011 10:16AM

    Congratulations! I work on forgiving people and struggle with it. It is so awesome that you found it in your heart to forgive and now it is no longer a burden to you!
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DJS-DEBBIE 3/1/2011 10:38PM

    I am working on dropping some things right now...I'll get back to you on this.

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TJCADDO 2/28/2011 5:53PM

    You know, what is strange about people like the one your described they usually forget their bad behavior and who they tormented because that is just the way they live their life.

They really made an impact on your life, but you were probably just a mere blip in their's.

They never really hold themselves accountable and find people who not hold them accountable for their actions, think Charlie Sheen and Sandra Bullocks ex-husband.

When someone does hold them accountable, it get really ugly.

Glad that you have learned to stand up for yourself with humor, wit and yes, the right form of kindness.

By them not dropping you a line means that they are probably not hiding out from shame, but that you are no longer a target.

I'm proud of you, that's hard to do. emoticon emoticon

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GAYLE-G-63 2/28/2011 2:04PM

    I too struggle with forgiving people who have hurt me. I'm proud of you for being able to do it and tell the person. You're doing great.

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DEBBIE_J 2/28/2011 1:21PM

    Being a military brat was hard for me since we moved 2-3 times a year from the time I started school up until the 10th grade. Kids can be really mean...being the new kid always meant being bullied and teased, sometimes even beat up or severely humiliated in front of groups of people. Most of the time it was someone being mean to show off in front of their friends. If I did make friends, it was short-lived because we'd move again and it hurt to lose the friendship.

At a very young age, I learned to become disconnected from my peers and only close to immediate family members. I did have a lot of friends, but no close friends. I resented the mean kids for years. It kept me awake at night thinking about what I could or should have said or done.

After high school, I became DETERMINED to make something of myself and worked hard to get my degree and be successful. I made a point to go to my 20-year reunion and was surprised when almost everyone was there. The cheerleaders were definitely not the beauties they were in school and the football players were far from the handsome hunks I remembered. I was slim and fit (at that time) and had come far in my career. There were a few others like me that had succeeded but the "popular" crowd that had been so mean seemed to have had their shining moment in high school and life had gone downhill for them from there.

I guess is was true that "what goes around, comes around" and I felt sorry for them. At that point, I let go of my anger and focussed on the future. I don't lose a minute of sleep anymore thinking about them.

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THEONEBLUEGECKO 2/28/2011 11:24AM

    Congratulations. Isn't forgiveness such a powerful thing? It gives you control that you might not have felt around the person before and just gives you such a sense of freedom as you no longer have to carry around those emotions. We all need to forgive more, if not for others, then for ourselves.

I work everyday on forgiving my students for the mistakes they have made in the class, although it shouldn't rudeness and laziness get to me sometimes, I always have to remind myself that they are just kids and that I need to just let the things that bother me go.

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NOTABOUTHEFACE 2/28/2011 11:07AM

    That's awesome. I'm glad you feel it helped you. I just block all of the people on there I can't stand from high school so I never had to see them or have them pop up on the side thingy. I don't know that I'd expect a response from him but it's not needed anyway.

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SLIGHTLYBRAINY 2/28/2011 10:58AM

    Good for you. It is very hard to let go of the hurt that we carry around, and we all let go in different ways. But once you do a whole new world can and does open up.

And the best part of that, the new world has nothing to do with food anymore!

Terri =)

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PROMISE2DESIGN 2/28/2011 10:23AM

    It's amazing what pops up and reminds you of pain you've never let go. You did the right thing forgiving someone that didn't ask for it. You did it for yourself and not them. Forgiveness has given me freedom to keep a positive attitude. The freedom to not be reminded of bad feeling that turned into eating binges. emoticon

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JOURNEY2DESTINY 2/28/2011 9:54AM

    That was beautiful. To forgive is the most divine act of God's grace we can show to one another. It is what we ask God to do for us when we have done sinful things, but often times have to be dragged--kicking and screaming into forgiving someone who may have wronged us.

I carried lots of baggage from my past as well. I became bitter and angry about some of those things, but I found in God's love that I had to let go and allow His will to be done. Sounds like you have too. The greatest thing was that, when I finally let go, God brought those things back to me, full circle with apologies and all. I was then truly able to say, "It is ok. Let's let the past go."


Keep Sparkin'

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STARRPARENT 2/28/2011 9:43AM

    Not forgiving someone hurts you more than it hurts them. It's hard to forgive. Especially when someone has hurt you so much. I'm so very happy that you were able to! When I've forgiven someone it's like a release of sorts!

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MAMADWARF 2/28/2011 9:38AM

    Good for you! Bet that felt great! I have forgiven some people for some hateful stuff. I visualize putting it all behind this massive heavy wood (kinda like in a castle?) door. I push it shut with all my might and when it starts to open up (to go over it all again), I lean against it and push it shut again. I NEVER let it open. As long as it is behind the door(cause it is never really gone), I can move on and keep it behind me.

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IMIN2GENES 2/28/2011 9:37AM

    Thanks for sharing your story. I think I'm going to take stock of things and see what excess baggage I've been holding on to that can go. What a great thought!
Chris

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STLSUE01 2/28/2011 9:33AM

  Thank you for sharing this. This is an issue I struggle with. In my head, in theory, it's easy, but then I wonder, if it's gone, if the anger and the hurt go, what takes its place?

I know that sounds strange.

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HEALTHYASHLEY 2/28/2011 9:27AM

    I agree life is too short and the only person it hurts is us, not the people who hurt us. I forgave my father for all the years of abuse and while it was hard it was very necessary and it helped me to not be such an angry person anymore.

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Why Can't I Be A Track Star?

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Ivy League Heptagonal Championships are in NY this weekend, and it got me to thinking. Why can't "I" be a track star? Well, truth of the matter is, I can't can't be. Dig those double negatives?

I can be a track star. I just have to get my butt out there and start tracking. Walking, running, skipping, whatever. If I want to do it, I just have to do it. And stop yapping about it.

The time for moving it is now. I have just received some very good health news and it is up to me to parlay that into even better news. So, enough yapping.

I'm going outside to work on my medals.

Much love, sparkies!

  
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NOTABOUTHEFACE 2/25/2011 7:57AM

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(The closest thing they had to a medal)

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THEONEBLUEGECKO 2/24/2011 10:08PM

    Woo hoo! You can do it!

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SLFRISBEY 2/24/2011 5:14PM

    And after that's done, you aren't ONLY a track star, but a ROCK STAR too! :)

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SLIGHTLYBRAINY 2/24/2011 4:42PM

    Good for you. All the choices we make can help our dreams come true. Be a track star. Be a super star. Be everything you want to be!

Terri =)

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MUGGLE_MOM 2/24/2011 4:16PM

    Yes You Can!!!!!
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LARIJOY 2/24/2011 3:22PM

    Yes you can!
I loved it when I started jogging. Can't wait for the snow to go, so I can get back in it.

Glad you got some good health news!!!

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BRAVENEWGRL 2/24/2011 1:41PM

    love it! We can all be track stars!!!!

I just decided to run a marathon. Thought I'd rather die than do it. I"m scared out of my wits - but I'm doing it! Even if I have to walk!!!

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SHELLEY147 2/24/2011 1:29PM

    emoticonyou are so right...YOU CAN DO IT!! Love this blog!! ~hugs~

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TREASURINGLIFE 2/24/2011 12:54PM

    LOL - you make me smile! :)

Have a great day and enjoy your time out there moving and working towards those medals of yours! ;)

- Michelle

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