Sunday, April 20, 2008

Mouseketeer #78

I was pretty excited when I listened to this weeks AATM and heard Bryan read my Mouseketeer interview answers. Almost as excited as when I heard Jonathan read it on Episode 46 back in February. Yup, it got read twice on the show. Guess it was really good, huh? I didn't want to call Bryan on his gaff on the forums, so I figured I would post it here instead. A lot fewer people reading this, I would imagine.

I'm glad to see all of Team Voice making such great progress in their training. It's fun to see how we're all on different levels and we all have different goals, but we're on the same path to those goals. Guess that's why our slogan is, "Many goals, once voice."

The weather in the northeast is now cooperating and that means more outside training!! I'm looking forward to really seeing where I'm at in my training and to be able to chart my progress outside. The 1/2 marathon is going to be outside, so I feel to get an honest assesment of my performance, I need to train outside.

Keep up the good work everyone!! I enjoy reading your blogs and seeing how your training is going, and maybe more importantly, how you balance your training with you family life and work (or school). I think it's a struggle for all of us, but it will make it that much sweeter when we cross that finish line.


Chris said...

Sweet like a kitchen sink on a hot January afternoon!! LOL Which reminds me, maybe one of these months we should have some kind of competition where the winner is treated to one of those monstrosities after the run! Just a thought.

You mention "balance" I feel like a high wire walker most of the time, but know it's pretty much the same for everyone else! So that helps to motivate me to not complain, but try to find creative ways to "get 'er done!"

Congrats on the dubious honor of double-AATMI!!!!

Oh, and GO SOX!!! Much to early in the season for Manny to be getting kicked out of games, but they pulled it out anyhow!

MikeF. said...

That is exactly what I was thinking when I thought up that slogan. I hear you on the balancing act.

caballerofan said...

"and maybe more importantly, how you balance your training with you family life and work (or school)."

There's a balance? haha.

I have heard the guys read a couple e-mail twice too. It was nice hearing your interview this time and knowing that it was from a Team Member.

DebWDW said...

You are exactly right about the different levels of everyone, and how we still get the support we need no matter what level we're at.

And thanks for the heads up about Chris's blog. I've added to my daily reading list!

Rae! said...

I haven't listen to the show yet.
That's pretty cool. Yes I agree that we all are making progress.
It shouldn't matter what level we are at as we all train for the samething,and the much needed support,even if we all haven't met yet.As it goes
Team Voice, Many Goals, One Voice.

DisHippy said...

Who doesn't love when they read your stuff on the show? Mouseketeer #31 checking in. And don't worry, trip reports will be posted.