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Lee Family June 2009
Originally uploaded by erinlesleylee
It has been a while since I posted.

Since my last post, it has been live pretty much as usual. Training, working, and enjoying the great weather. Oh, I did have a birthday. Not a monumental birthday, just a regular birthday. ;-P

This photo was taken by my Dad on Sunday evening in front of our place. They took us out for dinner to celebrate my birthday and Tim's (which is coming up next week).


BBC of Eugene said…
Great looking photo of your family. Next Saturday the 19th is my first attempt at doing a triathlon. I'll be doing a sprint even though I like longer races. Everybody and their mother told me since it's my first one to do the I gave in and will enjoy it. It's in Washington just east of Seattle. then I will drive back to Oregon as on Fathers day I'm running an 8K as part of my marathon training. so it will be busy. Keep up your good work and your training.


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