Wednesday, November 28, 2007

gobble, gobble, gobble

It is Wednesday AFTER Thanksgiving and I am finally coming off my turkey high. Or was it a turkey low? L-Tryptophan and carbs tend to do that. Whatever the case, my body has finally recovered and is properly functioning. I spent the day with my parents, my aunt Susan, her daughter LC and s-i-l Bobby. I love my family. They put the "FUN" in dysfunctional. I am so grateful for all the support they have provided and continue to provide.

I'm continuing to run and lift, though I did miss a few days during my turkey high, I have managed to get back out there and pound out a few miles since last Thursday.

Susan and her girls went to Manhatten for Thanksgiving and I am sure that she'll eventually post their experience of eating street vendor hotdogs for Thanksgiving dinner.

Note that Susan is running to raise money for the Bell Center. I have done this in past for the Mercedes Marathon here in town. The Bell Center is a worthwhile cause for children with developmental delay, Downes, and other challenges. I've decided to make my donation directly to Bell Center and defer any donations that you would have been kind enough to give me to Susan. You can go to her blog and find the link to make a donation. Also, you can go directly to to make a donation. I am also putting a link to the fund raising page in my margin area. If you live in the area, this is a great cause. I'd suggest you go to Homewood and go to the school and ask the staff to show you around. Amazing.

Have a great day!


ashville said...

Well, a happy gobble, gooble to you and looking forward to a merry jingle, jingle bells. So glad that we can bring fun into your life (in whatever way) and know you are loved right back--whats not to love? Okay, you bloggers out there, you just got to know him to love him.

Susan said...


Thanks so much for making a donation. Also, thanks for posting your support on your blog. The money goes to a good cause. Now, I just need to keep practicing so I can do the half marathon in February!


Aunt Susan said...

Hey, I too love ya. Had a great time Thanksgiving. We always have fun when we get together. Looking forward to next visit.