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thanks brother lon. she's been this way. i asked her why she didnt let me know? she replied that she didnt have to because i dont speak to her. i was floored. my mother used to tell me if you cant say anything nice, then dont say anything at all. God will see us through. i told my dad how much i love him and he was happy to see me. i love that man so much.

good job brother lon! i've found that when i get done with the exercise...i hurt..but a different kind of hurt. like i get rid of stress and stretch out. but not the crazy as pain. hubby says its the best outlet for me to cope with the as monkey on my back!
take care my wonderful friend... bug

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Originally Posted By: ladybuggie
I found out they were amputating his left leg up to his thigh.
Hugs for you and your dad. hugss


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Originally Posted By: Lon

I came, I saw, I sweat, I walked, I pushed, I pulled, I grunted and I drank lots of water. My knees are killing me. but in an odd sort of way, I do feel much better....

Lon



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Lon I am honored Tobruk called your friend


Steve Orchard, Running from AS & MS
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Thanks Ladybug, and Erika, and Lon

More pictures: http://www.marathonfoto.com/index.cfm?ac...=MTEzMjU4NzkzS0


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Originally Posted By: fergus
I have been slacking lately but I´ve learnt that when you fall off the bike you just have to get back on it and ride again.

On Friday I did 40km on the exercise bike and today Sunday I did 2000metres in the pool. So we are back on the bike I hope.

P.S I did a walk on Friday last week about 15km on a route called ´Path of the Volcanos´ on the island of La Palma in the Canaries. Quite spectacular. Sorry I am not the best with photos.


sounds very lovely though rainbow



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Originally Posted By: Orch
I got up at 4:00 am and caught the bus to the starting line.  I started the race running with the 4:15 pace guy.  That was good until about mile 11.  I had to stop to use the bathroom.  I caught back up about a mile later, but then it started getting hot, and I was having problems.  At mile 17 I started having spasms in my right leg.  I was thinking about dropping out at mile 18.  I decided to go until at least 20.  I called my wife to tell her I needed spasm medication.  After i got to mile 20 I decided it was just 6 more miles, and continued on.  My son meet me at mile 22.5 with medication, then he ran a 1/2 mile with me.  It was the hardest race I have ever run because of the heat, and heat and MS don't get along.  It took almost 5.5 hour to finish, but I kept going, and finished.  I almost fell over after I finished I sat in the shade for 5 minutes. I think my legs were saying I took you 26.2 miles mow I am done.

That is my endurance story. I have some pictures I will post a link when I get them uploaded.


truly impressive!

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great views too! what a great place to run! yes


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Originally Posted By: ladybuggie
Sat: Krav bag: 30 min -had to leave for A/C repair appointment
Mon: Krav bag: 60 min.
Trying to keep focused on bag to relieve stress. My dad has been battling a nasty cellulitis infection. Sadly, my stepmother failed to notify me. Never mind the countless blocked calls when I attempt to call my Dad or drop by. I fell apart this weekend when I found out they were amputating his left leg up to his thigh. no I did get to visit with him. Its heartbreaking to see such a kind, spirited loving man in so much pain. He's always been so active. I pray he recovers well. hug

Go team go... heart


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yesterday, walked 1 mile, 30 minutes

today, walked 1.5 miles, 45 minutes with hubby

yeh, i was a slow poke last two days, very achy and all, but hey, long as we keep going. and the changing colors of the leaves, hardly notice how slow i'm going.

right now, virginia creeper is turning lovely shades of red. as pretty as poison ivy, but not poisonous smile



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Originally Posted By: Sue22
i was a slow poke last two days,
hugss That's ok! It's not a race. heart Except for team members in Ogden. laugh2


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