Ironman Mont-Tremblant

In the closing kilometers of Ironman Mont-Tremblant, I made a promise to myself: to be proud of what I’d done that day. Even in such a vacant, delirium-drenched state I know myself well. Despite the celebration-worthy victories that emerge from such a feat, my Type-A personality would soon take over and start analyzing the “should haves” and “what ifs.” I headed to Quebec armed with impeccable fitness and my favorite travel partner, MFMG. Even with 2 connections and over 14 hours of travel all flights were on time and all bags arrived in Ottawa. Spending vacation time on Ironman travel doesn’t top Matt’s wish-list, but rocking out to “Hair Nation” on Sirius and procuring him a tasty Canandi

Full Circle

The Idaho dietetics community is pretty tight-knit. So when I was asked by one of my long-time mentors to meet with a soon-to-be dietitian and aspiring triathlete I enthusiastically agreed. A fellow foodie who wants to geek out over tri-talk? Sign me up! I met Rachael for coffee the following week and her exuberant, smiling face brightened Java more than the floor-to-ceiling windows. We exchanged niceties and introductions and I couldn’t help but mirror her electric enthusiasm. While her gusto was refreshing, in the back of my mind I wondered, “Does this girl know what she’s in for??” Rachael had signed up for Coeur d’Alene 70.3 “because it sounded fun.” OK, that’s a good start…though anyone

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