19 Hagerty Blvd. Unit 7
West Chester, PA
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April 22, 2010

4.23.10

FRIDAY

"VA SECTIONALS"

AMRAP 3min of:

Clean n Jerk…185/115 pounds

Rest 10min then:

"Cindy"

AMRAP 20min of:

5 Pull Ups

10 Push Ups

15 Air Squats

Done with 20/14 pound vest

score= 1pt for pull ups, push ups and air squats. 20pts for every Clean n Jerk

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4.23.10 VA,WV,DC Sectional WOD 1 

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  1. Jay F Reply

    11 CJ for 220 pt
    20 rounds plus 5 Cindy (with vest) for 605 pt
    Total 825

  2. TRRN Reply

    155 CnJ 11 times. Cindy done with 20lb vest. 20 rounds plus 6 pushups. 11/20+11=831.

  3. Simphiwe Reply

    cindy and mary lou are definately real swethteares- they’re still a little shy in the store environment, and they had a bit of a wild start to life, so you should probably expect them to be under the bed’ shadow-cats for a day or so in a home environment, just like any new arrivals to a home (they may not be that way at all, but it’s good to have the possibility in your head- so it’s not a suprise if they are a little uncertain to begin with, and you don’t start to second-guess yourself and worry!). you should also be prepared for little mary-lou to give the odd half-hearted don’t mess with me!’ hiss if she’s suprised by your appearance or feels you’re invading her comfort zone a smidge. thats all she’ll do though- it’s all bluster, no substance- definately no claws. mary-lou is obviously really all talk- with her whispered grumbles and feeble attempts at a tough streetcat’ mouth, combined with her big eyes and delicate facial structure, she’s very obviously just a little elfen scaredycat who feels rather vulnerable but desperately wants affection, underneath it all- she really thrives on a calm gentle approach, and consistancy- she looks to chubby-cheeked cindy a lot for cues, and carefully reads situations before deciding how to proceed. she’s a smart cookie, little mary-lou is. when i look after them in store, i tend to chatter away at her and cindy quite happily, and she just ducks down or goes to sit under the shelf and watches me change her water, scoop her litter, tidy her blankets, etc, while cindy sprawls out all over the place, then she starts to tune my voice out, then she stretches, comes back to bed and nods off, and within 5 minutes we’re completely fine- and before she knows it, she’s getting stroked senseless. once they’re settled down and relaxed, and have decided that you’re no threat- just big and noisy (maybe thats just me, though!), they’re both absolute suckers for a chinscratch and bellyrub. or six. and then they come back ten minutes later and demand a top-up petting as well.cindy especially isn’t backwards in getting lavished with affection- and loves tummytickles once she’s purring away quietly. mary lou tends to be more reserved and may step back to a place of safety initially, but she generally then decides that she’d actually quite like a piece of the petting action, and that nothing dreadful seems to be occuring to cindy- quite the opposite, infact, she seems to be loving it- then she comes sneaking back in for some love too, wedges herself into the bed beside -or more likely spilling all over the top of- cindy, and stretches out to get her own kitty massage from the nice people-hands. she’s such a cute slender thing, with way more tail than any cat deserves- it goes on for miles and miles and miles! they’ve both incredibly blessed in the tail dept, lucky girls!i really do envy whoever gets to be the final piece in the puzzle for these two young kitties, and see them into adulthood and old-age. they’ve come on in absolute leaps and bounds in the short time that i’ve known them, and they’re clearly gonna blossom into very well rounded and happy young ladies- they just need a gentle, patient, understanding parent to guide them through it- preferably one who knows how to coax out their tiny quiet purrs, and who will take the time to help them develop their clear potential to be wonderful snugglers and confident housemates. also one who takes pictures or writes the odd note to let us know how they’re getting along, hopefully!

  4. Bhavesh Reply

    . breeders relaly do break my heart-it’s just completely wrong on so many levels i wouldn’t know where to start.it sounds like your sweetie was an absolutely beautiful girl both inside and out, and you’re right- she wouldn’t want you to be on your own, and i’m sure she’d feel very proud that you’re not going to keep your love locked up in a box with her name on it. it’s never cheating to love again- part of love means wanting peace and happiness for those you care about, and wanting to share all the wonderful gifts they’ve blessed you with. i’m sure that every kitty that ever was and is and will be, wants nothing but happiness and contentment for their friends and loved ones, and for their legacy to be one of purring, playing and petting, cuddles, kindness and compassion. .’cos kitties are awesome like that.

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