Race for the Cure and Other Thoughts
Here are some pictures:
It had been a reported 25,000 participants.
The hardest part of the race is not crossing the finish line...
it's making it to the starting line.
There was a whole crew of these folks...
They call themselves the "Breast Cancer Tsunami"
I've also decided I will be changing gyms and hiring a trainer for at least 10 weeks. I want 2 things out of this; 1) Learn the proper way to progress in strength training, and 2) build as much lean muscle mass as I can (without looking like the Hulk) before the surgery. I have read too many times that you loose so much muscle mass early on. I don't want to suffer a hiatus with the kinds of exercise I enjoy because I'm losing muscle mass so fast. Plus, the more lean muscle mass, the more calories I will burn. :) So it's a win-win.
Some of the events with the group moderator have unfolded. She has been retained by University General Hospital -- it is a new "luxury" hospital facility -- as their Director of Marketing. I knew she couldn't leave the cause. As to receiving any other explanations to her commentary, it just won't happen.
Happy anniversary to me and my hubby tomorrow. We'll be married 3 years, together for 8.