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LyceeFruit PE

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    Running, Hiking, Lifting

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  1. @civilrobot i see you updated your interests!
  2. as @JayKay PE said, do it soon. I'd do it in the next 6-8 weeks so it has plenty of time to heal. and then you can go for touch ups after your trip. but you're not supposed to submerge the tattoo for like a good two weeks after you get it. the artist will tell you all of the after care stuff (hopefully anyway)
  3. do you live in a state where tattoo artists aren't regulated? there's like 10 states and if you get a tattoo in those 10 states, you have to wait a year before you can donate blood with the Red Cross. But the other states, you can go the next day. I thought that was interesting. surprisingly, (last i looked anyway) Mass was one of those states. which blew my mind. Maine and VT regulate tattoo shop (regulate might not be the correct word btw) I want new ink ETA: Decided to look it up. regulate is the right word. https://www.redcrossblood.org/faq.html#eligibility Tattoo Wait 12 months after a tattoo if the tattoo was applied in a state that does not regulate tattoo facilities. Currently, the only states that DO NOT regulate tattoo facilities are: District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Utah and Wyoming. This requirement is related to concerns about hepatitis. Learn more about hepatitis and blood donation. A tattoo is acceptable if the tattoo was applied by a state-regulated entity using sterile needles and ink that is not reused. Cosmetic tattoos applied in a licensed establishment in a regulated state using sterile needles and ink that is not reused is acceptable. You should discuss your particular situation with the health historian at the time of donation.
  4. 3 superhero muffins since there were 3 left. 1.5 cups of coffee - I snagged a little of someone's soy milk for my coffee. couldn't finish my coffee. bleck. also half a cup of hot chocolate because its cold in our office. but i forgot about it until it was lukewarm so i chugged as much as i could lol
  5. I made more bread. Same dough as before (literal same batch of dough). Didnt rise a lot (i think it's how I store it in the fridge). But cuts are better and it's darker. Once my oven was preheated (475F instead of the recipes 450F), i started a timer for 25min (cocette was in the oven as it preheated). Baked with lid on for 30min and 7min with lid off. This proved for over an hour on parchment paper in front of the vent for the heat pump
  6. i've had enough mystery soup these last few months. plus the whole not eating pork thing - there could be bacon/bacon fat in there.
  7. I don't have more TCC problems, just info about TCC graphs and such
  8. kuri squash soup. the last one of it's kind I believe. someone ate my other container of it from the freezer and took the container. i don't really care, it was unmarked, in a container from Chinese take out, and I wasn't looking forward to it. so they did me a favor really. but there is another container of frozen soup in there (also unmarked) that's a couple of shades lighter. So I think it's a case of mistaken identity
  9. I lift, cycle, walk, and hike as my crosstraining. I had a PT change my running gait abruptly almost 5.5 years ago and it set off a chain reaction of pain throughout my entire right leg. Because my body had been compensating. So I'm still working thru that nonsense plus I broke my left leg in that ordeal too. If I want to function, I have to lift. It's a fact of my life now. Which is fine, I like lifting. But we've had to fix movement patterns so it's a process LOL
  10. Oh nice - I attempted an online masters from them. Online learning isn't my strong suit lol Oh I found some TCC stuff in my Drive account. Do you need/want it? Or are you good & just need a ruler to follow all the tiny tiny lines?
  11. we were given some deer sausage awhile back (frozen) and I cooked it over the weekend. i'm meh about it
  12. Yeah no thanks to that! Where are you testing!? I dorve the 4 hours to VT to have the small testing group and home court advantage (I took the FE in VT)
  13. I like that small is 50-75 people for you lol VT had 15 in October 2019 LOL I found the ladder logic section from Zach to be easier to understand than Justin's. It's probably because of the video. And also Boyfriend is a SCADA/Controls technician so hewalked me thru it. @lost4ever_again I might have something stored in my Google drive, i'll look later and get back to you. Send me a PM if you want.
  14. i'm running but i'm struggling mentally with the comparison game. i'm not comparing myself to the other runners around me (which is good). i'm comparing me now to 22yo me to 25yo me. and 30yo me doesn't move the same way as the old mes. but it's hard not to compare my times/speed and even the way running used to feel (less painful and easier) to old me. it's not as much fun now as it used to be as I work through injury and returning to activity post-PE. (seriously, my October 2019 miles: 6.8mi...) ramble ramble
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