Photo from Mount Royal, Frisco, Colorado.

"Children are fascinated by the ordinary and can spend timeless moments watching sunlight play with dust. Their restlessness they learn from you. It is you who are thinking of there when you are here. It is you who thinks of then instead of now. Stop. Let your children become the teachers and you the student" - William Martin

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Saturday, 27 September 2008

Little Updates

It feels nice to just write about little things sometimes.

I have had a really nice recovery from the 50 miler. I have been out running every day beginning Tuesday. Just slow jogs. I am amazed how much faster my recovery from a 50 miler on trails has been than my road 26.2 miler 4 years ago. If only we lived in a country where all running were on trails... oh, wait, I guess we will in two months.

Speaking of that, we had to find a way to deposit $10,000 in a Danish bank account as "security" for my residency permit. We'll get it back in 7 years assuming I find employment and don't end up in jail.

The Lorax jumped vigorously in the jumperoo yesterday for almost 20 minutes. He was smiling and laughing the whole time. Could he be addicted to endorphins after all of the running I did while pregnant?

He also is surprisingly enthusiastic about joining us on our bike rides.


Running Song of The Day: Keep Yourself Warm by Frightened Rabbit

3 comments:

Danni said...

That pictures of the bois on the bike is hilarious. What skill that little boy has! ;)

Do you get interest back on that $10,000? It's like an insane landlord security deposit.

mollyd77 said...

Okay, I have to ask - how did you managed to safely balance him on that bike?!?!?!? (he's so cute, btw!)

sea legs girl said...

Funny you should ask about the interest, Danni. We actually have to PAY interest on it. This is all part of an anti-immigration movement as I understand it.

Okay, mollyd77, I'll give away the secret of the bike. SR was holding him in place the whole time until the last second and then slipped back (to the left) just long enough to snap the picture. Then The Bois tumbled to the ground. Of course I'm kidding.