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Autumnal Equinox

Welcome to the first day of fall 2012.  The summer flew by and with only a few hours left I'm planning some for my fall cleaning.  My hectic summer schedule is over. The kids are back in school and everyone is settling into a "normal" routine.  Time to get back in action. 
Tuesday I see the doctor to see if my rotator cuffs are torn or if I just have frozen shoulder.  Either way, I'm looking forward to finding out what I can do in order to get back to some solid physical activity.  
As with any reboot, I'll start with the basics.  Based on doc protocol I hope to ease back into things.  My goal is a Tough Mudder.  My goal is to be able to play catch with my boys while they're still interested in hanging out with the old man.
So while summer is almost history I'm looking forward to the crisp days and the beautiful colors of fall.  
Now it's time for some coffee and get ready to purge my house of summer clutter.

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