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The truth comes out about the Mjolnir hammer that has been driving people crazy on Youtube. I get put to the test during my first Cosplay as the new female Thor at this years Comikaze convention.
In Norse mythology, Mjölnir (Old Norse: Mjǫllnir, IPA: [ˈmjɔlːnir]) is the hammer of Thor, a major Norse god associated with thunder. Mjölnir is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome weapons, capable of leveling mountains. In his account of Norse mythology, Snorri Sturluson relates how the hammer was made by the dwarven brothers Sindri and Brokkr, and how its characteristically short handle was due to a mishap during its manufacture.
After the mud run we drove to Memphis where my teammate, Tom, hosted us to the best barbeque dinner I’ve ever eaten. We made a stop at the famous Sun studios, the birthplace of Rock N’ Roll and where Elvis Presley got his start. I had my first taste of sweet potato pancakes and we experienced the blues on Beale Street. Every minute of this trip was filled with great people and great food. But the most amazing part of this journey and the reason for my trip was to visit the St Jude Children’s Hospital. I must admit that I was anxious about the tour and didn’t know what to expect. What we witnessed was a hospital that has been specially designed to cater to the needs and desires of their patients. Most of the children we saw seemed happy, curious, and as playful as any child you could meet. I was reminded that a child is almost always focused on one thing…playing. I was in awe watching them. Yet the seriousness of the hospital was ever present in the concern I felt coming from parents and family members guiding their children through the halls and I was deeply affected by them. It was clear that the hospital belongs to the patients. Artwork created by them gave expression to their perspective on their unique situation and decorated sections of many walls and hallways. Artwork and smiles aside, fighting a life threatening disease is serious business and the staff at this facility are determined and professional, but most of all, they seem to run on the belief that there is no such thing as a hopeless cause. And there you have it — St Jude the patron saint of lost causes – but at St Jude they don’t believe in lost causes. And so I walked away with the gift of St Jude. The gift of HOPE and hard work and never giving up!
In closing, I want to thank you all for letting me share this experience with you and for supporting me through my health and fitness missions each year.
We have kicked ass and raised over $75,000 for this and I thank you for your support.
Love and Fitness be yours! Denise aka Miss Fit 4 Life. #FuckCancer
My weekend was loaded with lots of costumed characters. Some you would recognize as Marvel and DC comic book characters and others you might not. Stay tuned for today’s Comikaze photo gallery post. xo Denise aka MF
I’m super excited about spending part of Halloween at this years Comikaze comic con convention at the LA convention center.
Tomorrow I will be dressed as Miss Fit and I’m looking forward to interviewing some of the cosplayers while I’m there. On Sunday I will be wearing my Female Thor costume. If you are going to Comikaze, look for me and say hello.
This Friday it’s my Halloween Eve, live cam show. I’ll be giving you a sneak peek at what I’m wearing for Halloween and the Comikaze convention in LA.
I love getting special requests like this one from my members…
Dear Denise, can you wear your Tini – Red and White bikini and use your pussy pump during your next live cam show? Thanks! Anonymous.
The answer is yes and now you can enjoy this weeks pussy pump cam show and thank Anonymous too!
New Member photo set post. Full speed ahead as I unpack my bags and get back to work at the gym and in the office.
Have a great week and don’t forget to get your heartbeat up!
It’s 7 am and I am currently sitting in the airport in Memphis, Tennessee sipping on a hot cup of coffee, thinking about the last 8 days. The journey really started at lot earlier than that, but for this post I will talk about my training. The running started in Florida a few months ago with interval runs in the humidity and rain and continued in California so that I could train in the canyons and run the hills in preparation for the Milky Way Farm in Pulaski, Tennessee. It’s a good thing I tackled the uphill running in preparation for my 4th Warrior Dash Mud Run for St Jude, because the hills of Tennessess proved to be the biggest challenge for most of the runners on this course.
This trip had several ups and downs and the hills only represented a few of them. I have a bunch of great photos to share with you from my adventure and I look forward to doing that once I’ve had a moment to get my Nike’s on the ground and the dust has settled. Here is a photo of what my team “The MissFits 4 Life” looked like at the end of our mud run this last Saturday. Stay tuned, I’m coming home!
Yesterdays interview with Dave Palumbo for RX Muscle TV.
We talked about a variety of topics including what I will be doing this weekend in Tennessee. Mud, muscles and bodybuilding, what do they have going for them?