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  • v CANNIE50
    before football practice begins and one thing led to another and now I have four of them, every morning. Trail runs, lots of stairclimbing, sprints, laps, squats, etc. I'm having a blast, actually. If you & your wife are ever in Bham, you can join us
    1813 days ago
  • v CANNIE50
    hear from you. SP is cramping my wordy style! Start with my bottom comment and read up. I'm running more lately. Are you running? Get this, I'm training some 11&12 year old football players! My youngest, Payton, needed to get some cardio in
    1813 days ago
  • v CANNIE50
    I cannot be contained in 1 comment space, apparently. Good for you on breaking free of the tyranny of possessions (so much more interesting than saying de-cluttering, don't you think? : ) You will feel more and more liberated, I bet. Always good to
    1813 days ago
  • v CANNIE50
    Thank you for the message, Mike. Congratulations on the well deserved, I'm quite sure, raise. It sounds like you dodged a bullet, so to speak, in not getting the kob. I used to think lots of travel for work would be glamorous. I'm older and wiser now
    1813 days ago
  • v CANNIE50
    Well, you've done it again. I LOVED your comments on my Hawaii blog. I love the young enough/old enough perspective. Oh, and "gingerbread poisoning" made me laugh out loud. How fun to go to a Moody Blues concert. I have heard they put on an excellent show and, why wouldn't they? They are masters at their craft. My favorite Moody Blues song is "I Know You're Out There, Somewhere". I really liked what you pointed out to me about my being active enough to really appreciate Hawaii. I have been several times, but never in June (when we are going) but it is such a temperate climate that I think it will be pleasant. And, it's Hawaii! No matter the weather (short of a hurricane) it's a gorgeous place to be. I can hike (and will hike, for sure). I can paddle board a bit. I will snorkel. I did yoga on the beach the last time we were there - sooooo relaxing in that amazing setting, plus it's a great way to meet people. I also like that my husband and I are not "joined at the hip" people so we have an agreement that we each do our own thing for half a day or so, then we go to lunch or dinner and explore the sights. That way, there is no pressure on him to get up early and exercise (not his style) and he doesn't have to worry about me because I quite enjoy some solitude, so he can go exploring in town and find some little greasy spoon and have lunch. I am looking forward to getting away. We have had massive family stress (grown up children with big-@$$ problems, for starters). We need a break from being parents (though our 11 year old is a little insulted we are not taking him : ). We need a break from stress and strife and daily routines.

    I am exercising more and it sure makes a difference in my outlook. I have started tracking my food again, to re-focus on getting enough nutrients and to give myself a little extra incentive to stop eating like an out of control 12 year old at a slumber party. emoticon emoticon Hey look, once again I wrote you your own.personal.blog! emoticon
    1904 days ago
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