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>Some Reflections

>Because I’m all broke up, I’ve had time to sit, think (and sit). BUT I have also gained SUCH an appreciation for the time when I was able to run, bike and swim without too much difficulty other than my chunky legs getting in the way.

I. Can’t. Wait. To. Be. Back. Here. Again. Soon.

I’ve got tons of stories since I started this journey in August of 2010, and most of them are ridiculous at my expense… but for the folks new to this blog (and triathlon), here’s a listing of some of the “Greatest Hits” (or the most humiliating posts, depending on how you look at it). 

I “lawyer” because I am forced to work and not waste my education. I write because I must get the words out of my brain. I parent because I have kids that need me (and they are funny kids, and I love them, blah blah). I “wife” because I said “I Do” and…I prefer to do men’s laundry on the weekends versus reading a good book or getting a pedicure. I love doing dishes, and cleaning up rogue poop, and balancing the debt, the budget, the….

I TRI because it’s the only way I’ve learned to cope with the rest of it all. Triathlon is the way I have learned to be thankful, to feel peace and to “tri” to show grace.

I truly had no idea how to live until I learned the magic of swim bike run. I know you feel the same way. And if you don’t… you will.

I know I’ve been a bit of a broken downer lately, but I am trying to remain positive. These past nineteen months have been wild…I thank you all for sharing this with me.

Of course, the best post ever is the 70.3 Race Report!  I hope to have a similar 70.3 report in August of this year!  I hope you all have a great weekend. Thank you for following my journey. Four weeks from now, I should be out of the boot! 
Remember…. You can.  You must. And you WILL.
Remember…….the bad things do not define you. The bad people shall not discourage you. 
Spinning Etiquette, Part I and Part II

Above all, remember to…

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Some Reflections

Because I’m all broke up, I’ve had time to sit, think (and sit). BUT I have also gained SUCH an appreciation for the time when I was able to run, bike and swim without too much difficulty other than my chunky legs getting in the way.

I. Can’t. Wait. To. Be. Back. Here. Again. Soon.

I’ve got tons of stories since I started this journey in August of 2010, and most of them are ridiculous at my expense… but for the folks new to this blog (and triathlon), here’s a listing of some of the “Greatest Hits” (or the most humiliating posts, depending on how you look at it).

I “lawyer” because I am forced to work and not waste my education. I write because I must get the words out of my brain. I parent because I have kids that need me (and they are funny kids, and I love them, blah blah). I “wife” because I said “I Do” and…I prefer to do men’s laundry on the weekends versus reading a good book or getting a pedicure. I love doing dishes, and cleaning up rogue poop, and balancing the debt, the budget, the….

I TRI because it’s the only way I’ve learned to cope with the rest of it all. Triathlon is the way I have learned to be thankful, to feel peace and to “tri” to show grace.

I truly had no idea how to live until I learned the magic of swim bike run. I know you feel the same way. And if you don’t… you will.

I know I’ve been a bit of a broken downer lately, but I am trying to remain positive. These past nineteen months have been wild…I thank you all for sharing this with me.

Of course, the best post ever is the 70.3 Race Report! I hope to have a similar 70.3 report in August of this year! I hope you all have a great weekend. Thank you for following my journey. Four weeks from now, I should be out of the boot!
Remember…. You can. You must. And you WILL.
Remember…….the bad things do not define you. The bad people shall not discourage you.
Spinning Etiquette, Part I and Part II

Above all, remember to…

Photobucket

Social is the new peanut butter.
Swim Bike Mom on Facebook, Twitter, Daily Mile, YouTube and Pinterest

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