Blog changes

Thanks to everyone who followed Training Because I Can! over the last nine years. This blog started with Addison's Disease, hypothyroidism and a crazy idea of doing an Ironman distance triathlon. My life has changed and so has this blog. I am using this blog strictly for Addison's Support topics from here on out. I hope to continue providing people with hints for living life well with adrenal insufficiency.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

November 2012 pictures

Yeah, I'm a little behind on things.  I have sold off most of our winter gear on eBay...finally.  It's a project that's been on my plate since mid 2011.  Completing this project has given me piece of mind and a sense of accomplishment as well as a cleaned out closet!

I'm posting my pics from November, December and January for me as much as for you.  For me, this blog is like a scrapbook.  It's fun for me to look back at the last few years of my life.

I am hoping to get back to blogging and will try to do it regularly.  I've got a lot of things to say about running, workingout and a few adrenal insufficiency rants!  You know I've got pictures out the ying yang.  Enjoy!

Random animal leg on the sidewalk

So many tchotchkes!

Interesting mailbox

Blue heron

Wood stork (endangered) and egret

I can find trails no matter where I go!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunrise and fog on the Peace River

Disgustingly huge bug.  BTW, I'm trying to wear all of my running shoes down to the insoles.  1 pair down and 3 to go

Someone went all out in decorating this mailbox.  This was a custom manatee outfit

I could swear this was from July but it was in my November picture directory.  Another decorated manatee mailbox in a completely different town.
Classy way to keep the mailbox attached to the post

Paul's Aunt and Uncle live right on the Florida Trail.  The Florida Trail goes from the Panhandle to the Everglades.  I think it's about 1,400 miles long.  Orlando, Florida

Artwork on the Florida Trail in Orlando

We went to NJ for Thanksgiving and were supposed to stay at Paul's mom's house.  She had some troubles with the Super Storm Sandy and got a big tree in her bedroom.  Ocean, NJ

One of three enormous rubble piles right by the beach in Long Branch, NJ

I went for a run at Port Monmouth.  Here's what one neighborhood looked like.  This is a couple of blocks off the beach.

I picked up a tiny little shell while I was running on the beach near Port Monmouth.  When I got back to Paul's sister's house, I emptied my pockets and this little guy crawled out of the shell

Boat washed up on the shore near Port Monmouth

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