No, not me,
This man just hops on his bike, without training, and rides 100 miles. Not kilometers, MILES. He did confess of jello-like legs post ride, but many of us experience that daily.
While he rode, the rest of us played in the water,
....and dressed up like pirates (it is the folklore of Amelia Island.)
I love how your girls' personalities just ooze out of them. So cute!ReplyDelete
olive looks like your mama, katy. well done, ryan.ReplyDelete
Wow, that is impressive! And it's been awhile, but I love your counters!ReplyDelete
Now, the real test - come workout with us on Wednesday, Ryan:)ReplyDelete
SO true, Christy, so true.ReplyDelete
Way to go, Ryan!ReplyDelete
Ryan, you're so strong. Has your island-hopping fun come to an end? You could come up here and we'll pretend we're on an island.ReplyDelete
Korea is almost an island!ReplyDelete
And the bikers here wear really cool bike outfits.
Good job, Ryan!
Whoopee for Ryan! You are amazing and have the most beautiful children!ReplyDelete
YAY for Ryan!! I love the pic of your girls in their colorful swimsuits, they are all so beautiful. It kind of makes me want a little girl...but not anytime too soon, and maybe just one at a time!ReplyDelete
You take such wonderful pictures, I love them!ReplyDelete
Ryan, you are incredible, I couldn't get through mile 1 without having that jello feeling!
This is Emily Mullins. I dont know if you remember me, Katy. We met at a dinner party many many years ago that you and Ryan had at a house in Provo. I am an old friend of Ryan's from High School. I was so surprised recently to have found out your family lives in Florida. I also live here! We've been here for six years. It would be interesting to find out how close we are. I am in Central Florida. I would love to get caught up with you and Ryan. If you would like to email me, maybe we can chat that way.
here it is:
Beautiful little girls! I'm very impressed with all you've done!