Ksurp - It should be a fitting farewell. Especially since my hiring gauntlet presentations was on Lessons in Learning and Life from Juggling. I'm glad you took a day to give your back a rest!
JK, Nice run and nice writing.
Sparty, Woohoo! I hope it's an offer he likes!
Geo - I love that your daughter is learning on a stick. That's becoming a lost art. I still miss mine. Maybe when I have a little more distance from the numb feet issue I can get back into a manual car.
Hobey - Ditto the thumbs up on the family riding. It's great seeing DS getting some good miles in.
TriTammy - Smart to get checked out and to use the bike your body is ready for. I don't know if my body will ever be ready for a tri bike.
X- Sounds like the swimming is going great!
MQ - A big happy birthday to you! Hope you had a great one. You deserve it.
Yo Sake - make sure your are really hydrating well after blood donation. I always enjoyed donating blood. That's another downside of the pesky cancerific thing. Pretty sure I can't give blood.
Thanks for the well-wishes for Wednesday, my last day in the chair for the heavy-duty chemo. I'm going to try extra hard to be well rested for it. I got nada in today. Except for lots of hand work finish sealing the tennis balls and covering them with balloons. Only 14 more to go. I'll finish them in the morning once the silicone has had a chance to cure.
Happy training all!