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Headless Mom

You rock it HARD! Love it!

Michele

Awesome!! You both did great!

Frances

You did good! You knuckhead! yeah, you got knocked down but you got up and kept going. Boy, that was good.

Philippa

No problems with browser - I'm using Google Chrome.

I am VERY IMPRESSED Carmen! Wow! Good job!

Annika

You both were wonderful!

BeeBelle

Thanks for sharing! Two comments -

1. I knew I was feeling a little raw today, but confirmed it when I completely choked up hearing one of your kids (or more) cheering you on. That is fanTAStic and well worth you going through with it right there.

2. Man, a minute is a LONG time! I was SO impressed.

mm

First, well done! And secondly, where do you get the guts to do that? I would be quaking in my boots. Next time you think you can't do something, remember this day. You kick ass girl!

Pearl

Amazing! I have this sudden urge to go punch something. Hard.
Great job!

Young Wife

Wow! That's so cool. Yeah, I'd be nervous too.

Liz in Seattle

Excellent! Endurance drills are tough. I sparred for the first time last week (TKD), and I was dripping by the end of it. You go girl, and I'll see you on the black belt side :-)

Michele

Believe it or not, I'm an orange belt in TKD. My husband and I did it together. We had to quit for financial reasons - but NOTHING made me sweat more. And the legitimate reason I can say that my husband has kicked me to the ground more times than I can count without him getting arrested ;) I love listening to your daughter (I think) cheering you on. "C'mon Mom! Knees! Knees!"

Avery

Carmen, this is amazing!!! Great job!

And your hair is so pretty, even if you are just testing, I love it, its so shiny!

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  • Carmen Staicer is a whirlwind of energy and execution who rarely sleeps and loves coffee and happens to have six outstanding awesome kids. A concentration of asthma, food allergies, spectrum disorders and learning disabilities means that she has learned more than she ever thought possible and knows less than she ever could imagine. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, boxing (she has her Black Belt in Muay Thai), rowing, sleeping, exploring coffee shops, homeless ministry, photography, and cooking.