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A Post-Op Tweet-end In The Life Of Lance Armstrong

Tweet: About to head in. See y'all in a few. Livestrong. Image Credit: Lance Armstrong via TwitPic account

A Post-Op Tweet-end In The Life Of Lance Armstrong
A Tweet-end is a weekend of journal entries (called "Tweets") on Twitter at 140 characters (or less) at a time.

As Lance Armstrong lives his life, he keeps those who are interested in checking in, a view of a slice in the life of an American sports legend and healthcare advocate. Through "Tweets" on Twitter and the posting of photos at TwitPic, his 447,774 followers at Twitter view some of what is going on with Lance as he prepares for his participation in this summer's Tour de France ... this portal becomes a virtual community of observers.

Tweet: A short video message from me to you all.

Exclusive Post-Op Interview with Lance --Lance talks to LIVESTRONG.COM members about his injury and surgery.

Lance Armstrong spends his first weekend in recovery from the spill he suffered in Spain in a warm-up race leading up to the Tour de France. By any measure, Lance is taking it all in stride, one day at a time.

Tweet: Deer in the headlights.. Image Credit: Lance Armstrong via TwitPic account

Tweet: Close up. Image Credit: Lance Armstrong via TwitPic account

Tweet: Got on the spin bike for half an hour today. Image Credit: Lance Armstrong via TwitPic account

LanceArmstrong Twitter Feed:

Heading to my son's Pinewood Derby. Big day for the Lukestrong car!

The "LukeStrong" car qualified 2nd. On to the finals tonight!!

The "LukeStrong" Pinewood Derby car entered by Luke Armstrong, crosses the electronic timing array on the track, first - to win. Image Credit: Kreutz Photography via Lance Armstrong's TwitPic account

LukeStrong car finishing strong!

LukeStrong did great. Finished 3rd (for all classes). Had the fastest run of the day too. Got beat by 2 others on avg times. So proud of him

Comment from fan at TwitPic:

Luke Armstrong in yellow crossing the line 1st! Like father like son. Great stuff....Go Luke!

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