Tuesday, April 24, 2012

I'm Alive

Thought I'd drop in and let everyone know I'm still alive. Haven't been posting...and, sad to say, haven't been training either. :( My teaching job, on the other hand, has been fantastic, albeit all-consuming. I'm hoping I have more time to breathe so I can post more (and train more) soon. I have an interview for a teaching credential program next week. Wish me luck!

16 comments:

HECTOR said...

Of course Good luck!!, and Press On!!!

Christi said...

Good luck!

Bob said...

Luck!

Grey Beard said...

Nice to see you adapting, and wending your way to a new, and interesting life. Hope the interview went well, and you can build on the new teaching credential.

JV said...

Come back soon!!!

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Pea said...

Just started reading you blog. As a complete novice I found it very inspiring. Good luck!

fortytwothings said...

I too am obsessed with triathlon! It is indeed a balancing act. Keep it up!

Dr. M said...

Good luck. I have started training for my first triathlon. It much harder than I thought, the days go so fast and I feel exhausted. I try to train at least 4X a week........ sometimes its possible other times I just fail at it.

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Marc Nelson said...

Nice to know that your teaching job is fantastic.I hope the interview for a teaching credential program went well.

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IrishTriathlete said...

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