Thursday, March 11, 2010


  • Some days I do so much that at the end of the day I am totally tired, yet totally fulfilled.  Today I am just tired.
  • While I was picking up Ryan from school today a woman I know asked me about my training.  Then she told me I looked "so healthy."  I'm sure it was a compliment, so why does it bug me so much?
  • I've read that some professional athletes tap into anger to reach new levels of performance.  After refereeing my children from the bike trainer for 30 minutes today, I'm pretty sure that is not going to work for me.
  • When Ryan's violin teacher tells him how great he is doing, I think I feel more proud than he does.
  • There was a package of Double Stuff Oreos at work today, and even though I thought about them the whole time I was there, I didn't eat one.  Please tell me that wasn't a mistake.
  • Why do our bodies betray us?
  • I'm looking forward to my cycle tomorrow because I am going to fuel with Starburst Jellybeans again.
  • I love sweating...seriously.  It makes me feel so athletic and strong (not healthy).
  • I missed the live Rev3 interview with Mirinda Carfrae tonight because of a rehearsal, so I'm going to download the podcast and catch it tomorrow or Friday.


  1. Why it bugs you: Sometimes 'healthy' denotes 'healthy curves' - or for example, we call a model 'healthy' (as compared to her skin and bones comrades). So you feel like she was maybe pointing out something with negative (or fat) connotations.

    why it shouldn't bug you: it was 100% meant as a compliment... and what she meant if she could get inside your head (i bet) is "you look so strong and athletic!" :)

  2. Oh I had that same tired feeling yesterday...something about this dragged out winter maybe?

  3. I will say you did the right thing with the oreos

  4. Don't get irritated at the "healthy" comment, she was probably looking at your face, and you do have great skin.

  5. i think i have to try those jellybeans


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