Learning to Breathe

20 01, 2014

#36 Colleen “The air will be there” (47 years young)/

By |2018-01-23T08:20:14+00:00January 20th, 2014|Learning to Breathe, Project Face in Water Participants, Tips for Success|Comments Off on #36 Colleen “The air will be there” (47 years young)/

Remember #32 Maximo and #33 Finbar? Well, #36 is their mom, Colleen and she has a very interesting story.  She had expressed interest in being a project participant early on, so I was very pleased to hear that she was available. She talked about her experience with swimming: "My paternal Grandmother, "Grandma Katherine", was a [...]

11 01, 2014

#35 Natalie “Sign me up for a triathlon!” (30 years old)/

By |2018-01-23T08:21:03+00:00January 11th, 2014|Learning to Breathe, Project Face in Water Participants, Tips for Success|Comments Off on #35 Natalie “Sign me up for a triathlon!” (30 years old)/

I have a love/hate relationship with Natalie. I LOVE her because she is a bad ass athletic trainer and pushes me outside of my comfort zone during every workout. And I HATE her because she is a bad ass athletic trainer and pushes me outside of my comfort zone during every workout. Unfortunately, I haven't [...]

2 01, 2014

#34 Michelle “Sometimes someone just has to break it down for you” (34 years old)/

By |2018-01-23T08:22:16+00:00January 2nd, 2014|Learning to Breathe, Project Face in Water Participants|Comments Off on #34 Michelle “Sometimes someone just has to break it down for you” (34 years old)/

Teachers are sometimes the worst students- I know I am! Michelle, on the other hand, gets the teacher's pet award. She's a high school teacher, so right away we had about a million stories to share about "kids these days." Yea, I'm getting old- I say things like, "When I was your age..."  and I can't [...]