Monday, May 11, 2009

I Have a Pacer For Recovery Days


She hogs the Sharkies, but she keeps me smiling. ;-)

- SD

24 comments:

  1. I think I just keeled over and died with an acute case of the cutes! So adorable!!

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  2. Now THAT'S the way to have a recovery run/walk. She will have a love for trails long before she fits in a pair of Inov-8's.

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  3. Awww... that made ME smile. Very nice.

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  4. As the father of three daughters, I relate 100%. My recovery "runs" with them were in the pool, they're all swimmers. Good for you!

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  6. What a fabulous picture--one you will treasure for years. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Too cute. And I love Sharkies too. Delicious! We need to go for a run while I am in the bay area!

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  8. Now that's a post...your the man and you get it....good for you

    LW

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  9. Best micro-post ever. Great stuff Scott.

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  10. Yes, a classic micro-post! You hooked me with the title (what? why would you need a pacer on recovery days?) then suckered me into the cuteness vortex!

    A good reminder to see the trails through the eyes of a child, particularly the next time you find yourself forgetting how lucky you are to run trails.

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  11. so sweet, Scott- enjoy these times, she will grow up so quickly!

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  12. Are those Inov-8s I can see her wearing? ;)

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  13. The image is classic..Makes you stop and ponder where that path will take her on the journey of life...

    Tony

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  14. what a sweet pic! You've got such a great blog--I loved the recount of the Boston Marathon with your Dad.

    I probably won't be able to qualify until I'm in my 60's :o) but it gives me something to look forward to.

    Kate

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  15. This is the shortest post I have ever read on this blog, but packs more content than anything I've read all month. You get it, dude. You totally get it.

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  16. Hey, that a great picture. But, I was wondering where I could get a Inov-8 tee shirt. At the store I cannot find any locations online. I would be great if you could help me out.

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  17. Scott - unless you think of it as a "Generation Thing", this comment is sort of out of place. Nonetheless, I hope you brag up your dad's fantastic finish at the Rhododendron 10K yesterday (16th overall and best in his age division by over 18 minutes!!!). What a great time he had - especially for a hilly course - well, especially if you're 67 (I think he might be lying about that though). Nice guy, your dad. I hope you inherited all of his genes.

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  18. Love the shot Scott. Got two girls myself and love walking with them myself

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