Dumbbell Diar…errr…Journal

Posted on March 22, 2013

Fitness Journal March 19, 2013  04:56 pm I am so thankful the athletes foot has cleared up. This time my workout was a dream. Only a few more weeks and Karina won’t have to wear flip-flops in the shower. However, I am beginning to find my P90X based workout routine a bit repetitive. I’ve been using the same DVDs for almost 8 months now. Perhaps it’s time to find something new to give the old muscles a fresh jolt.   March ...

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I bequeath thee my teeth

Posted on March 11, 2013

The last few months have been busy ones and updating my blog has fallen to the bottom of my priority list. It seems that every day brings a new home project, after-school activity for the kids, or a doctor/dentist appointment on top of work. It is a dentist appointment that actually got my blog-typing juices flowing. After cleaning up the mess that resulted, I decided to act on the impulse and provide a brief, 1,500 word summary on a recent ...

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Rhythmic Gymnastics

Posted on February 16, 2013

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Posted on November 19, 2012

SCARCTACS - Shopping Carts Abandoned Ridiculously Close To A Cart Stall Following are pictures best exemplifying our society's increasing laziness. Each cart was abandoned ridiculously close to a cart return by someone who chose that parking spot without first considering the incredible walking distance required to return said cart (while the cart may be only 20 feet from the stall, we are talking a round trip of 40 feet!). Whatever happened to ...

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If I had a purse…

Posted on November 3, 2012

Perhaps I am just feeling liberated from my recent trip to LA during which I proved my masculinity beyond the shadow of a doubt by facing my fear and riding Mickey’s Fun Wheel, but it has got me thinking about breaking down more manly barriers. Before riding the ferris wheel (back when I only had a provisional man card) I wouldn’t have dared even thinking about the subject of this blog. But now, I am ready to face a societal hypocrisy. And ...

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