Tag Archive: 27 days

Put My Crutches Away

I have been working on a post reflecting on my 27 days of blogging in the spare moments over the last few days, but I really don’t want to post about that today.… Continue reading

Day 27: Dreamers

I had plans for today. It was going to be a good day. But I should have known when I got a text at 5:45 this morning canceling my lunch plans, that the… Continue reading

Day 26: Blue Like A Bruise

Before reading would you take a moment and vote for me to win a free Ironman entry at http://bit.ly/1flSLJY.  I am not even sure what to say today. Part of me is feeling good… Continue reading

Day 25: Look Mom, No Harness

Before reading would you take a moment and vote for me to win a free Ironman entry at http://bit.ly/1flSLJY. Thank you very much. Today was a big day…I am happy to announce that today… Continue reading

Day 23: multi-sport

Before reading would you take a moment and vote for me to win a free Ironman entry at http://bit.ly/1flSLJY. See the PS for more information. Thank you very much. One of the things that… Continue reading

Day 21: Trust

I realized today that a lot of this journey revolves around trust. I had a moment at PT today when I really wanted to throw a bit of a tantrum as I still… Continue reading

Day 20: Homestretch

My 27 days of blogging was meant to coincide with my first 27 days of walking without crutches. I figured with all these firsts (post surgery) I would be experiencing, that I  could… Continue reading

Day 18: Tape

The last couple years, I have been held together with tape–or at least that’s what it has felt like. I had been having some pretty severe knee pain which we had been attributing… Continue reading

Day 17: On the Road Again

I have been looking forward to today all week long. Despite the freezing rain and inclement weather this week, there was the promise of 60 degree weather for today. After my great ride… Continue reading

Day 14: First Trainer Ride

I went and picked up my bike this morning. She hasn’t been home since before I went to Augusta at the end of September. I knew it would be hard to have her… Continue reading