Hi Everyone,Things are moving right along for Asher and I. Asher continues toexcel in her DPT (Doctorate of Physical Therapy) program at ArmstrongAtlantic State University. While I am plugging along in my ArmyCaptains career course.My fellow classmates and I have begun our training for the infamous"RANGER SCHOOL" which will begin this spring after my graduation. I amso excited for the first rate training experience and the opportunityto extend the family tradition of earn "the tab!!"Asher and I spend just about every weekend on the road driving to seeeach other. Asher is attending school in Savannah, GA and I am inColumbus, GA. If you are good with your deep south geography you knowthat we are on the opposite southern tips of Georgia. No worriesthough, I have the trip down under 3 hours and 45 minutes. Asher isstill a rookie and struggling in the 4 hour range. Giver her time,she'll drop that PR.A quick update on our training, and then back to my school work.Asher and I are both after it as hard as ever!Now that Asher has mastered how to manage both a doctorate program andelite athlete training she is plugging away at the mileage and lookingforward to a few big races this late winter and into the spring. Shewill be looking for a road 5k PR in March as she joins her Oiselleteammates for the Shamrock run in Virginia. Who knows she may evendecide to make that her 1/2 marathon debut (that's my vote=)After a little set back with a hamstring injury, and what seemed likeand endless month in the pool and on the bike, I am loading back up onvolume. Much like Asher I have a full slate of races planned for thewinter and spring. I will be looking to go after my first major 1/2marathon win at the Birmingham 1/2 marathon in FEB. Also depending onmy course requirements I might be racing in Boulder at the USATF crosscountry championships as a member of the All-Army cross country team.As always everyone thanks for all the support and a special thank youto our sponsors. You guys do so much for us. Giving us that littleextra motivation to run on the cold early winter day or help usrecover from our big weekly workout, you are a HUGE part of our dailysuccess. We love representing you!!!Thanks for Catching up with Dasher.