Sunday, February 7, 2010

Questionnaire on RW barefoot forum and cool patch from hubby!

Here is a link to the questionnaire I filled out on the RW barefoot runners forum!  
It was pretty fun and I surprised myself for volunteering to be the runner of the week to fill it out!  I knew that situations would present themselves for me to practice doing things that scare me(one of my goals for 2010)!

We went to the flea market today. Jaymon walked around with Sam and I looked around with Milo and wore Archimedes in my Mei Tai baby carrier on my back.  I wish I would have had Jaymon take pictures of us!  I was and still am wearing one of the cool hats my sister-in-law made and received  several compliments on it. We saw lots of cool stuff and when I got home Jaymon surprised me with the barefoot patch that I had shown him earlier. It is still making me smile that he bought that for me!  

I am off to run on the treadmill and finish up the laundry! I want to keep my weekly mileage at about 25 miles (I need to do 7 to make 25)  so I can build up a reserve of miles in case I need the time off I will still reach my goal of 1000 in 2010. 


Julie said...

Hi Angie,
I am glad that you had a good time at the market today:) How sweet of you little boy to purchase the barefoot patch for you!! There is something about little boys and their mama's. God bless them!

Shellyrm ~ just a country runner said...

Great job stepping out of your comfort zone!

Glad you had a good day. I had to hit the treadmill too.

Unknown said...

Good to hear from both of you! My treadmill run went pretty good!
Julie, my hubby was the one that bought me the patch and it was just as heartwarming! He is very careful with money (thank the goddess cuz I know I'm not good with money!!) so it was very sweet and unexpected of him!
I am very very blessed to have such wonderful and affectionate boys all the same. They are very considerate and loving towards me:)

Jason Robillard said...

Great job answering the questions, Angie! I know Shelly would love to run with you, too! If you guys can't make it for the Fifth Third, we'll definitely get to Iowa at some point to run a race!

ShellBell said...

I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to run with you too!!! That was so sweet of you to say. This is one of the times I wish I had a bigger place to host you guys for the 5/3. If my sister didn't live an hour away I would volunteer her house. If you can't make it I am definitely running the Living History Farms race I just haven't told Jason yet :)

Unknown said...

I wish we could make it for the fifth thrid race! It would be loads of fun :)

misszippy said...

Great patch. Yay for getting out of the comfort zone!

Averie @ Averie Cooks said...

hey hon just wanted to thank you for all your awesome entries on the contest I have for coconut oil right now.

you're awesome! :)

Julie said...

Hi Angie,
I will eventually get everyones names down...who is hubby and who are kids:) Okay, so now that I know that it was your hubby...that was so nice:) It truly is the little things that warm our hearts!!

Unknown said...

Its hard to remember names and such! I am terrible at it!
My hubby is Jaymon and my oldest it Samson who is 10. Then there is Jupiter who is 8 and then Milo who is almost 4 and last but not least, Archimedes who is 2 :)

You will have to fill me in on your family as well!

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Everybody like to be with friends. At least, almost of us.

What do you think about make exercises in group? Or play sports?

If you think in get a good health you need to think about making sports or go to the gym everyday.

You need to work hard almost every day. You need to define a strategy to make a good workout without get sick.

One good strategy when you start making sports or gym is trying to get a friend to make that activity together.

Other good thing to do is BUYING supplement food. Here we buy in but you can try to find a good Supplement store near your house.

Good health for us!

Happy weekend!

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