Don't let anything stop you from getting stronger. I rolled my ankle Monday night. Took yesterday off with lots of ice. Today at the gym kicking out a workout to keep my spirits high and my body strong. Feeling 100% on top of the world. Stay strong, no excuses, set your goals and go after them. #classactionfitness#boxing#weightlifting#nothingstopsme . @classactionfitnessinc
Back at it post vacation! Double workout this morning strength training at club barbell and then a 4 mile run in this CRAZY weather! #soaked#goals#nothingstopsme#pnwweather#rain#windy 19 mile per hour winds and I think I laughed the whole way because I'm sure every person that drove by me must have thought I was absolutely nuts 🥜
1/2 marathon didn't go as planned - pulled my calf and knee at mile 7. Had a strong mental game - FINISHED the race 🏁 2:25 (I almost quit like 6 times because I was in pain) pushed thru it and came out on top!!!! So proud of @daniroy19 and I for pushing ourselves !! #nothingstopsme#focusedonmybreathing#bossbabes#soproud . @nanakooou25 thanks for the water!!!!!! Your the BEST!!
175 detectives, 29 subjects for the daily lineup and several police officials were delayed 42 minutes when Tige — “the greenest-eyed cat that ever came to Centre Marketplace,” police headquarters in Manhattan — had quadruplets near the fingerprint file room, @nytimes reported in October 1936. Tige had become the official police cat 3 months earlier, our article explained. She displaced another named Inky, who had "slunk away in a fit of sullen jealousy" when Tige, an expectant mother, received considerably more attention. @nytimes noted that even “lobster-trick reporters” — journalists working the graveyard shift — found time to buy her hamburgers. And so when 2 detectives heard Tige mewing at 3:02 a.m., they investigated and didn’t return to their work for 42 minutes, and when they did, it was “a little embarrassedly,” our article noted. Tige had had kittens — 4 of them — and @nytimes reported that “mother and babies were doing well.” Here, we can see one of Tige’s kittens getting catalogued. Despite its cuteness, this photo, taken by a staff photographer, did not accompany our article in print. — @nytryan, @nytimes photo archivist #caturday #🐱 #👮