20 July 2009

I started this blog to share the experiences, trials and tribulations of a triathlete father of five. I am using this space as an opportunity to say thank you to all the people along the way that have helped me transform my life through triathlon —most of all, my wife and children. I want to share experiences that have helped me become a smarter, more efficient triathlete, while being around enough to invest in what really matters—my family.

It is a balancing act, but with a little self-determination, (and a lot of 5:30 training sessions) very possible.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a great event! Congratulations to all who participated. I wish I could have been there. I'm sure this will remain an inspiring memory for you all!

This was a huge undertaking, and I especially want to congratulate my sister, Cherry Rahn, for coordinating this event and making it happen. Well done!

The mural is beautiful and will look wonderful in the Community Center. It is impressive that after 12 hours of work the piece has such cohesion, and offers such lovely light and movement. Perhaps one can sense the music and dance movement in the work. I understand that both Cherry and Mike Bogin worked throughout the 12 hours to help oversee a sense of cohesion to the work. Their efforts show like a loving breath of air over the entire work, allowing the work of the many artists to breathe and glow.

May this Musselman Arts Triathlon be the start of a tradition.

With best wishes,
Patsy Rahn