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Everglades National Park, FL

Everglades National Park, FL
Loop Road

Friday, August 23, 2013

Triathlon Wolff

  Short blog this time…I PROMISE, OK?..Den and I are busy helping our elders transition into some assisted living quarters next week, and that means that my blogging time might slow up…even more than it has.Don't tell anyone smile 

Our youngest daughter is running in Go Girl Triathlon this Saturday in Indianapolis…swim 500 meters, then bike 10 miles…and last run 3 miles.. Both our daughters and their hubbys are runners….didn’t get that from me!!!

before race

Running is NOT my idea of having fun….

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….but being this nutsy is “right up my alley”, yep…these chicks didn’t fall too far from the nest!Party smile   Makes a mother hen proud!

8 comments:

  1. Proud mom indeed and rightly so. I've often wondered how you choose which header photo to use? Is it dependent on whether it's wine or Brandy Alexander's? Sending well wishes on the Elder front. I know how difficult this can be.

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    1. Mostly it's my "ensembles"...I am known for my incorrect campfire attire...and I relish the attention...You and Al have a Keystone...Our first =fiver was a Cougar..low end in 2003..We had 3 blow outs with the Mission tires..and Dennis put a new axle on our Cougar..still didn't help. We even went to a place in Earlville ( Al will know this town) to have them tweak the thing and still we had problems...But, that was 10 years ago..Keystone was pretty new then and sounds like they may have figured it out. I have a feeling, Ingrid, if you and I ever went on a "girl's night out" we would have to have a bail bondsman card.

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  2. Tough times with moving the folks into assisted living but it is so much better for everyone. I didn't worry near as much about Dad when he finally moved and he ended up loving the place and all the attention he got. Good luck to the kids - I personally think they're nuts. lol

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    1. I think you are right about the attention...that's what they need now...As for our kids running...NOT for me!

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  3. In your daughters' cases, it looks like the apples didn't fall too far from the trees.

    That's quite a mini-triathlon. I'd settle for just being able to do one of those legs.

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    1. I walk every day..running would require Depends..

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  4. Just moved my mom into assisted living...quite a transition. She has lived in the same house for 65 years. On the flip side, congrats on your daughter running the triathalon.

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  5. hope the girls did well in the
    triathlon!!!

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