The Epsteins

Comment ça va?  School started back last week.  While I loved having the kids at home, not much got done around the house, and I definitely abandoned my computer and the webworld.  I have found that either when overwhelmed with work, or all wrapped up in my family, I tend to forget my blog duties…  So, let’s try to stay back on track now, and post some long due family portraits.

Paul and Sherié, owners of Running wild with their 3 daughters, Sadie, Savannah and Sarah.  This family is always on the move, running is their business, but we still managed some pictures with all looking at the camera.

And they started moving…
I know I’ve said this before about them, but Pensacola is blessed to have them part of our community, they are doing a wonderful job training and motivating people to run around here. Yesterday we took our children to run their first mile of their first kid marathon, something Paul and the YMCA put together. The children (grades K-6) have 6 weeks to run, walk or wheelchair their first 25 miles in 1/2 or 1 mile intervals while tracking their progress on their special kid marathon tracking log. Then February 15th, they will complete their full marathon on the final 1.2 miles of the Pensacola Marathon. How cool for them to cross the finishing line? If you haven’t registered yet, you have until January 17th. For more info, visit the website:
While Paul is busy with the marathon and trying to develop healthy exercise habits for our children, Sherié is planning a “Ladies Night Out” at Running Wild, featuring all kinds of goodies, expert sport bra fitting, pilates for runners, gait analysis, hair consultations, massage, spa… Find out more from their store (850-435-9222). It should be a lot of fun, but for women only, and it better be because I’m one of the girls modeling some of their fine apparel. I went in a couple of days ago for my fitting, among other things Sherié has me in some skimpy biking shorts that looked more to me like some spandex sucking-things, I have no business parading in those after all the holiday eating I’ve been doing, so for sure this is a girl only night out!

Once they left in their van, as I was settling comfortably in my car with the heat cranked up (it was really cold that day), I saw a blue heron on the railing, I got as close as he would let me, took several pictures of him standing there, but my favorite is the last one, taking off.

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  1. by Ray Nikyuluw on January 11, 2009  7:45 pm Reply

    Lovely Arielle! I bet the family really loved those sunset silhouettes. Happy New Year!

  2. by Terri Ludvigsen on January 18, 2009  7:39 am Reply

    Love these of Paul, Sherrie and the girls. Aren't they just the most amazing family?

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