Monty, You were on my mind so I thought I would stop by & let you know how I'm doing. As of 1/3/15 I have been back on track & doing well.This time being back on track is worrying me greatly! The weight isn't coming off as fast. Why, who knows? Is my age starting to play a factor? Whatever the reason it scared me enough that this might be my last chance at the weight coming off at a fairly decent rate. I've been living between 220ville & 230ville for over a year now. IT'S TIME FOR ME TO MOVE ON DOWN THE ROAD ONCE AND FOR ALL! I will see Onederland this year that is a promise I made myself. I wish you were here for all the encouragement & support you gave me. I could sure use that now! I know your watching over all your spark friends! 552 days ago
I just read your comment on a blog (copied and pasted below in case you have forgotten) and was impressed with your logic / comments. I agree! I also have problems with my legs due to injuries many years ago. I'm thankful they work at all! :)
on releasing the weight! Apparently you have been away a while. I hope you come back soon!
I read this article and I just can not agree with it. In one of the last paragraphs, it said the purpose of the article was not to get people to walk faster, but to know that it was a indicator of the persons overall health. that , from some peoples reading may frighten them, since they don't or can't walk fast. The article does not take into considerations like bad hips, or or other leg disabilities , that in themselves are in good health, a bad hip isn't poor health. So, after all these years of encouraging people to walk, do 10, 000 steps, we are going to let them know that slow walking is a indicator of poor health. I broke a ankle 10 years ago and can't walk as fast as I use, On an average day I walk 8.4 miles and depending on who I walk with, sometimes very slow. I am 71 and have released 84+ pounds and feel better than I ever have. I will complete a 4,063 mile virtual walk across America tomorrow. There are hundreds of people over 65 living in my commun ity that walk, it may look leasurely but they are walking, and then along comes a article that says that their slow walking could be a indicator of poor health.This article could frighten more people than it helps and I wish there was a way it could deleted - 1/30/2011 12:44:31 AM 598 days ago