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My Body's Punch List by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon When hubster and I were building our house, the blue "punch list" tape was our best friend. In fact, after three years, I still find a piece of blue tape every now and the ... Read on »
Time Heals All Wounds...It Better by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Remember the first time you had your heart broken? As in, ripped out, stomped on and left for dead?  You never thought you would recover. You never thought you would move pa ... Read on »
Happiness is... by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon As a rehabbing athlete, happiness is having your PT say the word, "Run." As a writer, happiness is having an editor say, "It looks great!" As a friend, happiness is having ... Read on »
Happy Two Month Anniversary!! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon On May 19th, 2010, I went in for a labral tear debridement and repair in my right hip. Two months later, I got to experience my first run! So, it was only for one minu ... Read on »
Swim Training for Got2Swim 4 Miles for Colin's Hope! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Seriously, the fact that I am about to blog about how much I love swimming lately is just plain weird and scary. I'm actually enjoying it more than I ever imagined. I've h ... Read on »
My LAVA Dream Gig by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Sometimes, injuries truly are blessings. I'm honored and blessed to be able to officially announce my guest column on the all-new triathlon website and magazine, www.lavam ... Read on »
Cruisin' in CB by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Cruiser bikes are definitely the way to go in this town. Read on »
Swimming at 9000 ft by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Thanks to a mix-up in our condo rental, we were granted access to the indoor pool at the Crested Butte club! Not too shabby...so, they keep the pool at a balmy 84 degr ... Read on »
Another Day of Hiking in Paradise by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Another day of hiking in heaven. This is on the way to the aptly-named "Oh Be Joyful" trailhead. Read on »
My Healing Hike by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon This is, without a doubt, one of my favorite spots in earth. It's called Chapel of the Spruces in the Cement Creek Region near Crested Butte. People leave crosses and ... Read on »
Heaven on Earth by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Sometimes Mother Nature just nails it spot-on Read on »
Heading for the Mountains by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I can't believe I actually contemplated not going on my annual girl's trip to Colorado. My friend put the word out about three months ago and I almost declined thinking I wo ... Read on »
Holy Crap, I'm Sue Sylvester by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon A few weeks ago, my neighbor and a couple of his buddies hired me to train them for the Longhorn 70.3 race in October. This week, I've met them on the bike, at the pool and ... Read on »
Super Freakin' Woman by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Somehow, thanks to Blogger's new design templates, I've managed to totally screw up the formatting and I completely suck at any form of programming. That's ok though, becaus ... Read on »
Peaks and Valleys by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I suppose this is the post where I would say that I had a bit of a down week from a physical therapy and rehab standpoint. Now I know what it's like to be a contestant on "T ... Read on »
Turning Circles by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon This data upload is funny for several reasons 1.) I actually wore my Garmin to walk two miles on a track. 2.) I averaged a whopping pace of 21:51 per mile when I ... Read on »
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Recovery... by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon "Yep, I think it would potentially be something you could train for..." That was all my PT needed to say, really, to ignite the fire of desire and give me a spark ... Read on »
She's Got Legs...She's Remembering How to Use Them by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Maintaining Balance and Proper Leg Positioning. They don't pass out free granola with the Birkenstocks. Fortunately, I get a monthly shipment thanks to Erin Bakers!! ... Read on »
My "Aha Moment" Has Been Released! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Click Here to watch video of my Official  Mutual of Omaha "Aha Moment" Read on »
Better than Tales from the Crypt by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon The Original "Tales from the Crypt" Guy The New and Temporary "Tales from the Crip" Chick** Amazing and surprising things happen when you w ... Read on »