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Hardest swim workouts of my life + gymnast spotlight by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 28 Jul 2012 4:54pm This past week welcomed a flood of memories as I was staying in the same hotel as a large group of Swimmers for long course nationals. Oh the memories...... Crushing on the boys in speedos Decorating posters for hotel door rooms Smelling like chlorine for days and days Eating, sleeping and swimming....several times throughout the day And j ... Read on »
20 (more) random facts about me by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Fri 28 Jun 2013 10:08pm Home LIonel Richie 20 (more) random facts about me 15 comments Jun 27/13 LIonel Richie, Misc I was in the mood to do a very light-hearted post today (not that any of posts are ever heavy or too serious), so I figured it would ... Read on »
Just another marathon Monday (@ chelsea piers) by Melissa Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm 1 Comment It was so lovely to have a friend in town! And hard to say goodbye.  But into work I went, and on the way, I noticed that my subway stopped was all dressed up in ING Marathon wear.  So stylish! Work was a little hectic, and I almost forgot that I had an exciting night in store. I was offered a tour of Chelsea Piers and a massage in ... Read on »
The week of March 27th; I which I have a little staycation and have time with R by KFloortime Lite Mama Posted Wed 31 Mar 2010 11:59am Friday I clean insanely while DH and R are away for gymnastics with my I pod in my ears listening to "The Hollow" by Agatha Christie-  ( My local library now allows you to electronically check out books- can you belive how cool my little town in getting?) I have read it many times before - at different parts of my life. ... Read on »
When Invisible Steel Boxes No Longer Protect by Jeanne Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:38am Before I found the basement though, I had my bedroom. My bedroom was small, barely big enough to fit a desk, some shelves, a dresser, and my bed, but it was mine. My sanctuary. My steel box. For Christmas or my birthday (I can’t remember which,) I received my own little record player. At first, I used it to listen to books on record, then I ... Read on »
Liukin brings home the gold her father nearly had by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:50am Valeri Liukin came oh-so close to an Olympic all-around gold medal. On Friday, his daughter gave him one. "The machine had a Visa ad with my picture on it," Liukin said, her words flying excitedly from her mouth faster than her spins on floor. "And next to it, in Chinese symbols, was the word, 'Destiny.' I stopped and thought hard when I saw ... Read on »
Giving Them Chances to Succeed and Not Succeed by jenn Patient Expert Posted Sun 22 Nov 2009 10:01pm I've already written about my nightmares in searching for Logan's extracurricular activities for him. Music class, soccer class, Tae Kwon Do... just did not work for us. However, I had recently found some agencies that might even pay for a music or gymnastics class for Spencer. He is eligible because he has the PDD diagnosis. I wanted to ... Read on »
...two streets over, it's sunny... by Libby .. Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 12:00am Well, I don't know for sure what this nonsense was all about...my little Truman playing with a doll?? Does everybody remember the Huggabunch dolls? Oh, as I was typing that, I remembered! Tiff & ordered 'The Huggabunch Movie' from ebay, cuz she LOVED that movie when she was little. And the Huggabunch doll ... Read on »
“I Have Two Comfort Activities, and I Feel They Are Intertwined: Exercising and Cooking.” by Gretchen R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 Mar 2013 10:54am Happiness interview: Hilary Reyl . The brilliant (and gorgeous, not that it matters) Hilary Reyl has been a friend of mine since college, and I’m thrilled that her fabulous debut novel, Lessons in French , has just hit the shelves. It’s a coming-of-age story, and all such stories touch deeply on happiness. It draws somewhat on Hilar ... Read on »
2005 Year In Review by Rational Jenn Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:39pm Since 2001 (aka The Year Of The Bunny), I've been writing up the high points of each year for posterity. I love being able to relive the best (and sometimes worst) events of the year, the comings and goings, the Important Moments, Funny Happenings, Deep Thoughts. (Okay, maybe not-so-deep thoughts.) Also, I know that these reviews will serve ... Read on »