She's been having a great time this Summer at Day Camp (the local YMCA). She's swimming like a fish, Mon-Thu at the Y in the morning, and then with the Sails team 3 afternoons per week. She absolutely loves it and she's making good progress. What I'm most proud of his her good attitude. She just doesn't give up. She might get a little upset at something, but she's tough, and goes right back to it. She's been to several meets since late April and really loves being with the team, swimming and cheering for everyone. She's such a good little sport about it.
Hubs has been fighting the new-bike-bug since I brought "Caddie" home . He stopped fighting and finally succumbed. I placed his final bid on a Matty Reed edition of the Fuji D6 Frame for him. It's every bit as pretty as "Caddie", but in a lime-green. Of course this shows it all decked-out, but we only bought the frame -- he now has another project in disassembling his " Frankenbike " and moving the parts to his new, sweeter ride.
This not training period has been a test of motivation on so many levels. My weight has been holding steady without any real exercise. If I'm keeping it real, for the last 2 weeks I've been Paleo only 80% of the time. Still mostly good, but not perfect. What I've noticed right off is that my skin is dry and flaky. That seemed to happened after I let a little dairy Milk and little wheat back into my diet. I'm back on, so I'll be curious to see how quickly my skin returns to normal.
That's about it for now. Better tend to my day job. :)
Oh, wait, one more thing. Oh wait... I'll write a separate post about what's on my mind, because it deserves it.