Saturday, August 28, 2010

What have I been up to today?

Hi Everyone!

Okay, this is going to be more of a personal update but I just felt like sharing a bit about my life today.  I hope you don't mind.  :)  Today was my 12 year old's first cross country race.  They only ran 1 mile but this is quite an accomplishment for our family.  When I was her age I couldn't even run 1 mile at all.  I was kind of a quitter at that age and would give up easily.  She finished the race and that is the most important part.  Now that my hubby and I are marathon runners I am so happy that our children are picking up the sport at such a young age.  There is such a great feeling of accomplishment when you finish something you have been working towards and set your mind to.  I am so very proud of her.  She was getting a little discouraged when she finished because she felt like she was one of the last ones to cross the finish line.  Do you know what I told her?  I said that the most important part of that entire race for her was that she DID finish!  We are going to set personal goals for her so that she can try to beat her own personal best.  

My daughter is on the left in the picture below.  Look at her sprinting towards the finish line!  

My 3 boys had to entertain themselves somehow.  We were there for what seemed like a long time.  Don't you just love how my 8 year old is wearing my Cricut glasses upside down?  He said that he is a bug!  LOL!

After we returned home from the race I was in an organizing mood.  I finished cleaning out our major hotspot in our house, which is the treadmill/music room.  I also got the bug to organize My Pink Loft AGAIN!!  I put my crates with my millions of Stampin' Up! stamps away.  I just don't use them as much anymore now that I use my Cricut and my own line of stamps.  Of course, I couldn't completely put them away, they are just in the storage room that is attached to my office.  Still in arms reach.  :)  After the crates were gone I realized that I don't like the BIG blank space on my wall so I went to Hobby Lobby to get some material, batting, and ribbon.  Then off to Lowe's to get a 2 x 3 3/4 board.  I decided that I would make a HUGE display board to add the awesome cards that you guys send me every week! I want to look at them every day!  :)  My husband actually got involved with this project and we decided that I need to go and get a different type of board because this one is too hard to use a staple gun with. So...... I will be off to Lowe's and Hobby Lobby again on Monday to start all over.

Tonight, after I cleaned up my Loft a bit, I had to start getting ready for my trip to Craft's Direct next Friday!  I am teaching 3 classes and bringing 150 make & takes with me that I need to have packaged and ready to go for everyone.  That is what the picture is below.  Some of my organized chaos.  This upcoming week is going to be CRAZY!  I have so many deadlines and things coming up.  Wish me luck on keeping my ducks in a row!






98 comments:

  1. That is so AWESOME about your daughter! I'm proud of her as well and the example you and your husband are setting before your children.

    Your Pink Loft is awesome as well, even with the "organized chaos"....keep up the great work!

    DaNietra
    www.FairyGlamMother.com

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  2. So nice of you to share some personal updates! You should definitely be proud of your daughter! What a great accomplishment! Thanks for all you do! I always enjoy watching your videos and I can't wait until I get your 3rd DVD! I hope it comes this week!! Have a wonderfully productive week!

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  3. Robyn.. Congrat to your DD she shoud not feel any thing but great JOY of accomplishing her "GOAlS" I think that is soo AWESOME, I know that a lot of us Grown-ups don't finish what we start because it is soo easy to give up. (turst me that is somthing I struggle with Daily :0) Blessing to you and your family... love the glasses on the little one

    Hugs,
    Sharette

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  4. I also am glad to see your daughter run. We do make a impression on our kids although we don't realize it.

    My scraproom is re-underconstruction. Again LOL.

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  5. Congratulations to your daugher! Your kids are adorable. Good luck with your classes and your trip.

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  6. Congratulations to your daughter! What an AMAZING accomplishment! I'm sure you are ver proud of her.

    Also...I LOVE YOUR ROOM!!! I would get so much more crafting done if I had a room dedicated to it!

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  7. We feel like we know you, it is nice to hear about your family. My two boys did running. One of them just didn't have what it took. But we always said you finished so you should be proud just like you told your daughter. Wow that's alot of make and takes I don't know how you do it all. TFS

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  8. YEA for your Daughter! How about a big ole WOO WOO 4 her! Congrats to you and your Hubby for setting such a great lifestyle for your children.
    They are all cutie patoodies....
    You sure do have your hands full little girlie girl. Nicely organized though. Thanks 4 all you do to keep me motivated.
    H e r b g m a at a o l dot c o m

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  9. Congratulations to your daughter. That is an amazing accomplishment for her. In my city, there is an annual marathon and a mini marathon for kids. I remember running in the mini marathon and I was terrifed. It takes a lot of courage to do something like that. Good for your daughter! Maybe the two of you will run in a marathon together like the mother/daughter team you met in your marathon last year.

    Have fun working on the new display board. I wish I had to wall space to make one.

    Hugs,
    CrystalBee

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  10. It's awesome that you and your husband are positive role models for your children. At 12 I was talking on the phone, not running miles. Your daughter is a champion. BTW, love your pink loft, every time I see it I go pink with envy, LOL.

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  11. Congratulations to your daughter! One mile is a long way to run - Impressive! I'm sure she will do a great job setting her goals and reaching them.

    Thanks for sharing your day with us. Looks like you are super busy. I appreciate you showing what 150 make n takes looks like. I'd love to see a video of you putting a bulk project together assembly style.
    Thanks!

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  12. Tell your daughter congrats on finishing!!! Your Pink Loft looks great!!! :)

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  13. Congratulations to your daughter !!! I agree what a great example you and husband are setting for your kids to get involved. OMG 150 make and takes!! Crazy :) I can't wait to see the finished board! Thanks for sharing

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  14. Robyn...Thank you so much for the update. Makes me want to hit the pavement so I can be a good example for my children. Thank you again! You are a true blessing in so many ways!
    Michelle
    michelleclonts@Yahoo.com

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  15. Robyn, Woohoo, and smooches to your daughter finishing her race, awesome scrapbook page wwith that picture that would be. I, always tell my son, you don't have to win at everything all the time, running or walking a mile , it's still a mile, it's consistency that wins the race. your room looks awesome by the way, Woohoo to you and all your accomplishments as well, good luck next week, I'm sure you wil do fine. Smooches Marjorie

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  16. Congratulations to your daughter! This IS an accomplishment, and the fact that she has the drive to run cross country is awesome!
    I'm glad you chose to share this - it's nice to get to know bits & pieces of you personally as well as your creative talents.
    With all that you have going on in your life, I can't imagine you a quitter, even as a child.
    I hope your week (and your trip to MN) goes well.
    Have a wonderful, faith-filled Sunday.
    Blessings...

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  17. Robyn your daughter is amazing, it doesn't matter where she came but that she finished and has the urge to do it again. Although you best watch out you could be fighting for turns on your running machine soon lol. Love the new way to wear your glasses that is so 'cool'.
    Great photo's and lovely to see a little of you and your family as I am sure you know we love to hear about them as much as you.
    Have a great weekend and an enjoyable trip.
    Kim xXx

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  18. Congratulations to your daughter, you must be so PROUD, tell her not to be disheartened, she did what she set out to do and she finished. Well done.

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  19. I'm just in awe of not only your daughter's accomplishment but yours as well. You are one busy lady. To be able to do all the things you do and raise five children. There is a saying that behind every successful man is a strong woman. Well in your case the saying is reversed. You have a very strong, helpful and awesome husband. Keep it up!

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  20. Congrats to your Daughter and to you! You can feel how proud you are in just reading your post! I hope you will keep us posted on her continuing progress during the season! Tell her that she has more fans than any other runner cheering her on each and every week!!!

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  21. congrats to your daughter for finishing the race. What an accomplishment!

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  22. Congratualtions to your daughter. My oldest started running cross country and track last year and really loves it. I remember that first race well and how she felt like she just didn't do well. A few months later she ran a 5k with her dad and came in first in her age group. It was major for her and I was so proud.
    You have now motivated me to clean my scrap space. I have been needing to do it for a while but always find some reason not to. Good luck this week!
    Diane
    scrappinginmypjs@gmail.com

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  23. sounds like your whole family is just as inspiring as you are! xx

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  24. First....Last...or anywhere in between. You WIN as long as YOU reach YOUR GOAL!

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  25. Hi Robyn, I love how you talked about your daughter...I am 13 and last year I went out for Cross County and your daughter sounds a lot like me. I would always come in close to last but as the season went on I improved a lot! I hope she is lovin it!
    Cant wait to see u at crafts direct next weekend! I am so excited!! We start school tommorow :( At least I can look forward to seeing you!!
    Courtney

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  26. I really need to redo my craft area, but don't want to do it because we have our house up for sale. I know if I put any money into it, it would be a waste if I had to leave any of it. :-P

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  27. Congrats to your daughter! That is awesome. I can't wait to see your new board..I bet it will be pretty :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  28. Wow...running, I walk for exercise every day, but I think the only way I could run is if someone was chasing me trying to do me harm. 150 make and takes...WOW!

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  29. Congrats to your daughter!!!

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  30. Sounds like you have a wonderful family. What a blessing! Good luck with all you have to do this week and congrats on having your daughter finish her race. That definitely is a great accomplishment!
    Have a great day,
    Carolee

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  31. Robyn, Good for you for encouraging your daughter to do her best. So many time we want to quit because we feel we are not "good enough" but your encouragement will let her know that she is more than good enough.

    I love your pink loft!!!

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  32. Wow, that's a lot of cards!! I LOVE that polka dot fabric. That is going to look so awesome!! Have fun, Robyn. I have no doubt you'll make all your deadlines. Good luck!

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  33. Robyn - Congratulations! to your daughter! She truly is awesome for deciding to compete and for completing and NEVER giving up! What you told her is the absolute truth - it doesn't matter what anyone else does - she she needs to do her person best and compete with only herself and keep working to make her personal best better. Best of luck to her in future races of all kinds. Someday she will competing With Mom and Dad in those marathons.

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  34. Congrats to your daughter. She is very fortunate to have such a supportive family. Keep up the great work. Oh love the loft.

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  35. Holy cow Robyn! Where do you get your energy? You are always on the go, with one thing thing or another! I wish I had only half of yours!
    I know what you mean by not using the stamps as much. I still have a few out that I use quite a bit(your's is among them). I'm thinking I'll do a givaway on my blog...not quite decided. I've never done it. I'm such a newby! lol

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  36. Robyn,

    You re going to do an awesome job at your classes. I know the girls on the MB were talking about being so excited to get to see you! I hope you have a great time.

    And about your daughter. . . I think it is absolutely great that she finished the race. All that matters is she gave it a good effort and tried her best.

    Hugs,
    Samantha

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  37. My son runs cross country, too, and he loves it. It really gives him a sense of personal accomplishment to finish a race. He's been running CC since 8th grade; he's in 10th grade this year and has improved with each race. Congrats to your daughter on her first race! And tell her to keep up the good work! : )

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  38. Congrats to your daughter. She definitely put her best effort into it. The picture shows it!!!

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  39. Robyn...I bet we all are very proud of your daughter finishing the race and not giving up. All in life requires practice and the more we do it the better we get at it if we want to. It is in us to do it or not. I am very happy she did it!

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  40. Congratulations to your daughter! I remember running a mile and I know it isn't easy, but what matters is that she proved to herself that she could do it. Tell her to keep up the great work!

    I love your pink loft and thanks for sharing. You do such great things to keep us crafters motivated.

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  41. Tell your daughter to keep up the good work. I ran Cross Country in High school (ions ago). I never finished first but I always finished and helped my team. It was the satisfaction of finishing and knowing I did my best.

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  42. I love what you said to your daughter, how true. Thanks for sharing a little piece of your life with us.

    Wish you could come over and get me organized. lol.

    I will say a prayer for you for next week, sounds like you are going to be one busy lady.

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  43. Congratulations to your daughter, that is so awesome. Our children learn from their number one teachers, their parents. It's so important that they know as long as they do their best, that's all that matters and to be a good sport even when they don't come in first, finishing is just as important. Your son is so cute and comical. Love the room, I love organization ;)

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  44. Congrats to your daughter!!! You go girl!!! You've been busy. Have fun at your classes, wisk I could be there.

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  45. What a wonderful Accomplishment for your daughter! It's nice to hear your personal stories... :o) My son is also in Cross Country! He is a Varsity Runner... They just came back from Cedar City's big Race yesterday..... Out of 156 runners he came in 52nd.... And that is a personal best since last year he came in 99th... And he took 2 minutes off his time! :o) It's sooo exciting! :o) She will only get better with it..... So tell her I said she will be a GREAT runner soon enough! :o) The boys are cute! Love the upside down glasses! :o) And OMGOSH.... All those make n takes.... WOW you are one busy Gal! Try not to over work yourself Robyn! :o)

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  46. OH my. Marathon runners, cross country runners. The best I can do is a run to the kitchen. Ok so it is a fast walk...and well only if there is chocolate involved.

    I love the Pink Room. I have a spare room I am using...problem is 1/2 of it is storage. Boxes, bird cages, and totes of stuff. I am taking more and more of it back. Soon soon...I so hope.

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  47. Wow!! It is so exciting about your daughter!!! Tell her congratulations!! I don't think it matters what place you come in, it matters that you can run that long (not a lot of people can) and just finishing is a HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT!! I have just started running and I hope I have the courage one day to run in a race just like she did. :) Way to Go!!!!!!!

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  48. Your story brings back fond memories, my daughter (now 38) also did the long distance in track. I remembered how she struggled but with such determination crossed that line. She was struggling to breathe but such a smile on her face I will never forget. Cherish all of your moments they go by so very fast. Thanks for your stories and videos, enjoy them so much.
    rlharm70@aol.com

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  49. You must be one proud MAMA! Reading this almost brought tears to my eyes. Cross Country is a wonderful sport. One of my daughters was on her high school team all four years. It's great that your daughter is following in your foot steps at such a young age. I really miss going to Xcountry races. My youngest is into soccer but I'm tring to nudge her into running some races. Tell your daughter she has a new fan. You GO girl!

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  50. Robyn, that is awesome about your daughter being a runner at such a young age. The only way I run is if someone is chasing me, ha ha...Anyway, thank you so much for putting pictures up of you Pink Room! It is so nice to see how other people use there space to create! I was really wondering what your room looked like. I have a bedroom that I have turned into a scrapbook and craft room. I have been working on cleaning mine out the problem is when ever we need to hide the clutter or stacks of paper from guest it ends up in my scrapbook room. How do you keep the clutter out? I too have tables set-up against the walls with bins and things. You must have to be so organized to make all those make and takes and spread them all out. Keep posting your pictures I love them!

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  51. Hey Robyn,

    Tell your daughter not to sweat it. I ran cross country in high school for three years and was one of those kids that was always at the end of the pack. The most important thing is that she's actually out there finishing the distances.

    Keep cheering her on, and being the awesome mom that I'm sure you are. I'm sure it means a lot, regardless of if she says so or not.

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  52. It sounds like you had a very busy but fun Saturday! Thanks for sharing. Good job on organizing. Since I got my Cricut,my craft room stays unorganized. My new daughter in law came over today and we cut out letters for a
    t-shirt for her. It was a lot of fun. Thanks for your Episode 166 that explained how to cut from fabric. I wish I could take your classes but it would be a long commute from Georgia.

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  53. Congrats to your daughter, and good job mom on your encouragement.
    I'm in awe over the last pics. the table space and the amount of work you must have put into it!

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  54. Congratz to your daughter for her race! I'm so very jealous that I live in Minnesota and can not make it to your classes! It's my daughter and hubby's birthday and I wish I could really meet you. Thanks for all the inspiration you have given to me with all your ideas! Good luck at getting through your week!

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  55. Thanks for sharing Robyn! I like to hear what's going on with you as well and that is sometimes hard since you don't always know who is reading. I enjoy your work and your positive attitude. Your kids are lucky to have a mom that isn't perfect but, knows how to reach for her dreams!!!

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  56. Looks like you have it under contol. So glad you get to share running with your daughter.

    Nanabugaboo

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  57. Way to go! I have been training for a 10K and I have to admit that this last week I've been feeling a little less than motivated. My son asked me the other day what I would get if I won. I told him, "I'm not going to win, I just want to finish." I'm feeling a little more motivated after reading your post. You are right, there's nothing like the feeling you get when you set out to do something and you accomplish that.
    Happy training to you. Thanks for kicking my motivation back into gear!
    Carissa

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  58. LUCK! from Mary in Hong Kong

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  59. What a major accomplishment for your daughter! Way to go Cardon family for supporting one another! Keep up the great example ...
    Lucy

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  60. That is great your daughter is looking towards you as a role model and following in your footsteps.
    scrappysonee

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  61. Tell your Daughter. GREAT JOB. My brother is a cc coach. He would be very proud of her. Love your room. have a great night.

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  62. Congrats to your daughter. She should be very proud of herself.

    I'm so bummed, I tried to sign up for 1 of your classes on Sept 4th and they were all SOLD out. I really wanted to meet you.
    Maybe next time.
    I love your new stamp sets. I want them all.
    Thanks,
    KimC
    kcesafsky@charter.net

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  63. Congratulations to your daughter! Gosh, they really do grow up so fast :) I've been itching to tackle my crafting space too but I won't get some "me" time until after Labor Day. Then, I'm going to be all over it... just in time for holiday projects!

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  64. WHEWWWWWW.......I don't know how you do it all !!!

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  65. Your daughter is so lucky to have a loving family to support her.
    You look supper organized for your up coming week. I hope you share the project with those of us who could not come to your class. It looks all pink and wonderful.
    Thanks for sharing your family with use.

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  66. It's great that your daughter is running - I ran cross country when I was a kid - loved it! Then took up running much later 40 something!Your loft is looking good & I love the card in your post below! Take Care and hope your week goes well!

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  67. Seeing the picture of your boys brought a smile to my face. I have 5 also, a girl and 4 boys. I loved it when they were all small like that and did such cute, silly things. Congratulations to your daughter -- what a great accomplishment! I LOVE your pink room. Have a great week!

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  68. Tell your daughter GREAT JOB on finishing the race - that is a MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT!!!

    Have a safe trip and have lots of fun!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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  69. Tell your daughter GREAT JOB on finishing the race - that is a MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT!!!

    Have a safe trip and have lots of fun!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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  70. Tell your daughter GREAT JOB on finishing the race - that is a MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT!!!

    Have a safe trip and have lots of fun!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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  71. I love the beginning of this post. You should copy it directly into her Running scrapbook. It an amazing tribute to her accomplishment.

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  72. WOW!!! You've been busy! Tell your daughter I'm very proud of her....I couldn't even run 1/2 mile right now. Wish I could be at your class!

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  73. What a great accomplishment for your daughter. You should really be proud. More kids today should have parents like you having their kids get off the couch (playing video games and playing with computers) and getting involved in sports. My kids played all sports even went to state to compete. Good luck with this weekends classes.
    anallanes@bellsouth.net

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  74. Robyn- I was the same way you were as a kid. She should be very proud of herself for taking on such a challenge and then to finish? It's awesome.
    It looks like you have been very busy with your make and takes. Good luck!

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  75. Congrats to your daughter! I am sure she will be 'just like mom' in no time!!! Good luck with your upcoming classes!! Have a good one!
    Melissa

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  76. Congratulations to your daughter on her marathon mile run. What an accomplishment! I am proud of her too. And, I wish my "scrappin room" looked that great. But I guess I should be okay with it as I can still see the floor.......

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  77. Well done to your Daughter. I know just how you feel. My Hubby and I run half marathons (he also does marathons) and our Daughter ran Cross Country with the School and for the District. I really think what we do as their role models really shape our Children. Now if only she enjoyed my cricut too ...

    Class prep looks brilliant and so does your Pink loft.

    Thanks for sharing x x x

    Karen x x

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  78. Thanks so much for sharing your daughters story. My 12 year old son has just started Cross Country and we keep reminding him personal goals are the best thing to beat!!! It is great to see kids getting out and running for personal enjoyment. Tell her to keep up the good work, this is something she can do forever!!! The pink loft looks great!!! Good Luck with your busy week!!!

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  79. What a celebration of your daughter & meeting her goal! Doesn't matter who wins but how you play the game. How many times have we heard this over the years!! Your daughter played the game & did WIN! Kudos on setting such great examples for your kids. They follow what they see more then they do what they hear! =)
    Judie
    judieshe@gmail.com

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  80. Well done MPS's daughter....congrats on the run! :)

    Love the organization....Robyn. You're amazing. :)
    Have fun....
    ♥Tracy

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  81. I shared your daughter story with my grandson. Hes younger than your daughter but he is involved in sports and he gives up sometimes. I hope her story inspires him to finish what he does and not give up even when hes not the winner. Your daughter will be a leader in school and her life with that kinda of attitude. WAY TO GO HURRAY! Have a great week and thanks for sharing. Mindy1qc@msn.com

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  82. I am so proud of your daughter! What an accomplishment at her age. Her story was very inspiring and I'll use it with my family, if that's ok. I love hearing a little bit more of your personal life. Your an incredible mother, and I'm sure your children ADORE you! Here's hoping for a good week with everything you've got going. Good luck on your trip. How lucky are the ladies that you are going to be teaching?!?!
    Take care,
    Angie in Utah
    abcammack@q.com

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  83. So very proud of your daughter and of you and your husband for setting such good examples! It is so nice the entire family supported her!
    Your mess in your scraproom looks a heck of a lot better than my somewhat "straightened up" room! At least you have major projects going on as an excuse! Good luck with the make and take! Wish I could be there!

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  84. Happy times for your kids. Your daughter should be proud of herself. What a feat! your boys are too cute! Girl when do you have time to do everything that you do. Love your happy room. Hugs!!!

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  85. Congrats to your daughter! Have you ever been to Crafts Direct? It is the largest craft store I have ever been to! They have everything there you could need for any kind of crafting. You will be amazed. How long will you be in MN?

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  86. I can't wait to be one of the lucky ones to use those kits!
    penguintea@yahoo.com

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  87. Big congrats to your daughter! What a great accomplishment! I can't believe all the make.n.takes you have in your loft too - looks like so much work. Have a great trip!!

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  88. Oh, Robyn, what a great achievement for your daughter. Your comments about this event just made me smile. Also, you are so right that the most important first step accomplishment for any event is for one to complete what he/she starts. TFS

    Mary R.
    Chattanooga, TN

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  89. Glad to see the whole family there to support each other!

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  90. What an accomplishment for your daughter, that is so cool! And hey, I have a 12 yo dd, too! :) Good luck with your upcoming teaching!

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  91. Wow you are a busy woman.
    Tell your daughter great job!
    http://dawnicakorner.blogspot.com/

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  92. Robyn, you gave your daughter some very good advice, its finishing the race that matters, not if you win or not.

    Can you download a picture of your wall when you are done with it. Would love to see how you are going to display your cards.

    Rosalie, CA

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  93. wow! your definitely keeping busy. lol!

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  94. Congrats with your daughters race.....Where did you get those. pink chairs from. They look so comfortable. I would love to have one please share.

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  95. I would love to have one..... I think that it will open all kinds of opportunities for crafting.

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  96. I would love to have a Cricut Imagine. I know it will open all kinds of opportunities for crafting.

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