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A Rainbow in My Day

Thursday, March 10, 2011

As I was sorting through my wool last night, trying to decide what to make next, I was struck by the array of colours in the containers. It occurred to me that I have a whole rainbow of colour in my days, so here is my photo blog of my own little rainbow...

If you feel inspired, perhaps you'd like to blog about your rainbow too, and let me know so I can come and see it. :-)

This is what started me thinking:



So, how does it go? Aah, yes...

Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain

RED

The reddest autumn leaves imaginable:



ORANGE

My favourite jumper! I've had this one for years, and I just love the colour. :-) It was warm enough on Monday to take my coat off at Highwoods, and this is the proof! *grin*



YELLOW

The daffodils finally opening up in my garden today:



GREEN

My own design - cross-stitched bracelet in shades of green:



BLUE

The incredible sky over Highwoods this morning. Some of the best blue sky and puffy cloud action so far this year:



INDIGO

Didn't know what to add for this so I went googling indigo things and found this montage which has some beautiful things I love - flowers, birds, butterflies, twilight... I love this collection! :-)



VIOLET

Actual Violets! :-) Found these on the way back from Waitrose this afternoon:



So, that is my rainbow today. Something to make me smile, no matter how tired and achy I am. :-)
How does your rainbow look?
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:46PM

    I bought a knitted hat in Italy that I love. I've been inspecting it but I'll never be able to replicate it. The flower on it looks crocheted but the hat looks knitted. I meant to go back to the store and buy a black one, too, but never made it back.

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CHAR1970 3/14/2011 8:40PM

    That was such a great and unique blog. Thank you for sharing!

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TRINA001 3/14/2011 8:33PM

    I love rainbows. More specifically, Zippy from rainbow, but anything about rainbows too.
Thats a really pretty bracelet you've made, love it!

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DFROMTX 3/11/2011 4:48PM

    Thanks for sharing. Always did love rainbows of any kind.

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BOVEY63 3/11/2011 1:08PM

    Loved seeing your rainbow!
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Have a wonderful and colorful weekend!


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SCREWIE 3/11/2011 10:49AM

    Gorgeous colours!

I'll try to do something similar :)

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CAROLIAN 3/11/2011 1:35AM

    Love your rainbow.I too was looking through my wool collection yesterday ians mam had no knitting on, we all knit for charity and i end up storing all the wool patterns etc.last week we sorted the bags in wardrobe out and passed any wool unsuitable for our projects along with a load of material making room for guess what more wool which someone left on doorstep last night.So freda took baby wool to knit prem baby items.I am doing greeting cards at the minute i mad 100 last week the charity picked them up mon and sold out by tues closing so on the go again when i get all other things done first. enjoy your day lol carol emoticon

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LINDAGRAVEL 3/10/2011 11:56PM

    love your rainbow.

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/10/2011 11:43PM

    Your rainbow is beautiful .I am still suffering from Procol Harem World .....A whiter shade of pale ,it is snowing again !I hope you feel better soon.I overdid today so it is going to be a long night LOL! love and hugs,Cheri

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CHEVY63 3/10/2011 10:09PM

    emoticon Thanks for sharing!

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JHADZHIA 3/10/2011 8:58PM

    LOVED this colorful blog!! Awesome!!
Long ways from colors here, still deep in the browns, whites and greys of winter..
Beautiful bracelet!! You are talented!!
Nice to see you can enjoy the first blooms!
Hope you feel better soon,
hugs,
Linda xxx

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LINDABENEDICT 3/10/2011 6:07PM

    Beautiful rainbow !!!!!

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ANNEMAC5 3/10/2011 3:52PM

    TOO tired tonight to search for my rainbow but loved to look at yours, isn't it lovely to see those spring flowers and blue skies emoticon

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DARACOX 3/10/2011 3:25PM

    very cute, thanks for sharing

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CARLA-216 3/10/2011 2:19PM

    What a bright and cheery blog! I love it!

xoxo
Carla

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TWOTIMESS 3/10/2011 2:08PM

    Very colourful blog, Lexie! I live in what is called the Rainbow Nation - South Africa.
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And it's back! :-(

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Woke this morning in pain after a very sleepless night. Hmmm... It is twinges with breaks of a few mins to half an hour between, but when they hit... Woah!!! Decided to take the walk with Sophie this morning as the gaps between aren't too bad, and apart from a couple of times when I had to stop for a minute and clutch myself I was fine, but definitely slow and puffing well! Looks like it has found a new method of attack. *sigh*

Not only that, but TOM turned up and is being a real pain in the whatsit too! *growl* The thing with him though, is that often a little exercise can actually help. So here I am, with my body in a dilemma:

Tom says "Let's go for a walk!"



and Costo says, "You have got to be kidding!"



So, we went, but with the understanding that I could turn around and head for home at a moment's notice, which fortunately I didn't have to enforce. :-) I did what I call The Lollipop Walk today. Straight through the first two fields, right round the edge of the third field, and back through the first two. I was a bit slow, and stopped to chat a couple of times, but at least we were out in the fresh air.

So now Sophie and I are home, with aching bits and bobs, but we enjoyed ourselves. For the rest of the day it is playlists and crochet on my mind. I have to take my flare-up meds, but I'm trying to stick to the lower strength painkillers in the hope that I can function to some level for the rest of today at least. :-) I'm already feeling sleepy though, so it's not looking too good. *she says yawning*



Oooh, I managed to juggle my programmes last night. I get to see my two comedies on Sunday Eve, all being well. :-) Is happy viewing bunny! :-)

Have a great day everyone!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:41PM

    I hope it's all better now. And if you can walk and exercise with all that happening...I have no excuses, so I will just have to start doing it. I did 10 minutes before work this morning, but that is diddly-squat. Haven't used that expression for a while.

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BOVEY63 3/9/2011 4:25PM

    Hope you feel better real soon.
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Love the cartoons as usual.
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CHERIRIDDELL 3/9/2011 1:28PM

    So sorry to hear you have been hit with an out of commission rendering force.You are still managing to make people smile though! You are a wonder! And you got in some exercise .I'd say you did remarkably well! love and hugs,Cheri

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JHADZHIA 3/9/2011 1:01PM

    So sorry you are getting hit with a double whammy :((
Glad you could complete your walk though. Don't be proud. If you have something that can take the pain away, go for it! No reason to suffer if you don't have to..
Take care of yourself, no one else is going to..
Thoughts are with you, hoping this will pass quickly..
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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DARACOX 3/9/2011 12:10PM

    Glad you still got out for your walk! Feel better soon!

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CARLA-216 3/9/2011 12:07PM

    Boo! I'm sorry the pain is back. I hope it takes a hike really soon.
I am glad you got in a nice walk despite it, and I'm sure Sophie appreciated it, too!

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TWOTIMESS 3/9/2011 8:52AM

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Brilliant blog, Lexie! It must be the pain meds that aids creativity. I'm so sorry the pain is back, hopefully it will calm down with your meds. Do you take anti-inflammatories for it?
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P0KERS0PH 3/9/2011 7:36AM

    I hope you are feeling better soon hun xx

Btw, I love your new wallpaper, it makes me want to get outside in the sun!

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Flare-Up Flickered Out Overnight

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

So weird! Yesterday, early evening, the Costochondritis chest wall pain started in the region of my left breast, spreading within a few minutes to my left arm. Boy was it a nuisance! I could barely raise my left arm, and the slightest twist to my movement caused sharp pain to my chest. It forces you to almost total immobility so quickly when it hits that sometimes it totally disrupts everything. :-(

I was halfway through making a beany bolognese sauce at the time, and couldn't just leave it. Besides, I was starving hungry, and my mouth was watering at the thought of what was to come, plus Tara is still not comfortable using the cooker, so I couldn't leave it to her to finish. So, what's a girl in pain to do? :-) I struggled to complete making my dinner, but managed to, and thoroughly enjoyed the meal too, then I took my killer painkillers and anti-inflamatories and crawled off to bed.

The meds are great for alleviating the pain, but they knock me out. Yet, even though they turn my legs to jelly, they don't let me sleep well. I dozed and tossed and turned for the whole night, finally crawling out of bed this morning about 9 am. I cautiously moved my arms about, then the rest of me, and there was NO pain, and NO breathlessness! I have no idea what happened, but I feel fine! So I'm not complaining. *grin* This is just another example of how truly weird Costochondritis and Tietze's are as illnesses. Completely unpredictable in every way! LOL I guess we call this one a mini-flareup.

So, I'm having a good week so far, in spite of this business. :-)

Sunday I walked three miles in total with Leslie Sansone. Her two mile walk in the morning, and her 1 mile Cardio Slimdown in the evening

Monday I walked for over an hour and for nearly three miles at Highwoods with Sophie, followed by a 1 mile walk with LS in the evening shortly before the pain hit.

So far today I've walked 2 1/2 miles with Sophie at Highwoods, and done 30 mins of a combo of strength training and stretches. That was when I met a bit of pain. Costo affects the muscles, and round my chest and shoulders particularly, they are very tender and achy - obvious during the stretching, but I think the light stretching helped, and I was able to do the upper body exercises without any problems. Of course, if the pain flares again later, I may have to do some rethinking. :-)

Later today I plan to walk another mile with LS. I am aiming for walking at least three miles a day as often as possible now. I feel that it is time to push myself a bit more, and adding extra cardio walking is as good a way as any to make that push with. :-)

I also plan to find some time to start working on those walking playlists either today or tomorrow. :-) But right now, I should be getting off the computer and doing some work. That crochet won't make itself. LOL

I also have a little TV juggling to do. The Universal Channel is running Cold Case on weeknights at 8pm, right from the start of the first series, and I haven't seen most of the first three series, so I want to catch as many as I can, and on Tuesdays it clashes with Cougar Town and Hot in Cleveland on normal time, and clashes with the latest CSI series if I plus one, so I've got to find out which of the shows I can catch later in the week instead. We won't mention the other show I really wanted to see that has also turned up at the same time slot tonight, because that will just send my brain into orbit! LOL

Honestly, I have so few shows I really love to watch, so why are so many scheduled for the exact same time and day? Most days aren't a problem, but Tuesday is a real tangle! LOL

Wish me luck. I think I'm trying to fit a quart of jobs into a pint-sized day today. LOL
Have a good one everybody!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:38PM

    Glad that flare-up didn't last long. It sounds terrible. It makes me feel like a sluggard...you all with your aches and pains and doing all that walking and exercising, and me with none of that and hardly doing anything. This has got to stop, or start, or something.

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WANDAH3 3/9/2011 7:23AM

    I am so envious of your lovely outdoor walks. I'm looking so forward to being able to do the same once the weather warms up a bit more. We have now left the frigid temperatures are entered the cold temperatures, so maybe soon it will be warm enough to go walking outdoors.

Have a great week.,

Hugs,
Wanda

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JHADZHIA 3/8/2011 10:01PM

    Sorry you had a flare, but grateful it didn't snowball..
Great going with the fitness!!
Keep up the great work!!

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DARACOX 3/8/2011 4:05PM

    I'm glad your flare up didn't end up being worse!

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CARLA-216 3/8/2011 3:10PM

    So glad this flare-up hasn't been as severe.

You are a walking machine, Lex! I love walking myself, and wish-wish-wish I had lovely places to walk within walking distance of my front door.

Good luck figuring out the telly schedule tonight. Tuesday is a boring TV night for me as I don't like anything that comes on. That's when I read, and soon I can work in the garden later in the evening as we change our clocks this weekend for DST (I hate it!).

xoxo
Carla

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/8/2011 3:09PM

    So sorry you had to suffer even a mini flare up.Glad to hear the rest of the week is good though ! I absolutely loved Yarnia LOL! I am glad I am not the only one who watches so few shows and then sees them all collide LOL!Good Luck sorting them!love and hugs,Cheri xxx

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TWOTIMESS 3/8/2011 11:40AM

    Yarnia! LOLMAO!

Sorry to hear about the flare-up. Mine last a couple of agonizing hours, then it lets go. I haven't had it bad for days on end like you normally get yours. But the tenderness remains like a cracked rib. Old crocks!
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I miscalculated my weightloss...

Sunday, March 06, 2011

...apparently, first thing in the morning my brain is still asleep when my body is awake. (no real surprise there, LOL)

Last week, after my breakfast and just before my bath, I weighed in at 13 stone 1 3/4 pounds (183.75lbs)

First thing this morning, before breakfast, I weighed in at 12 stone 12 1/2 pounds (180.5lbs).

That is a loss of THREE and a Quarter pounds, not Two and a quarter like I calculated this morning. *grin*

BUT...

When I weighed myself again after breakfast, just before my bath, I weighed 12 stone 13 1/2 ounces (181.5lbs)

So, I got my answer... A bowl of porage weighs a pound!!! LOLOL

Either way, I am still under 13 stone, and either way, I'm weighing-in first thing from now on. I'll take that extra before-brekkie pound loss thanks very much. *grin*

Hugs,
Lex xxx

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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:33PM

    I always weigh first thing in the morning after the bathroom. I want to see the lowest possible number!

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BOVEY63 3/7/2011 4:55PM

    Congrats on the weight loss.
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I suffer from the body awake before the brain syndrome too!
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WANDAH3 3/7/2011 9:39AM

    Congratulations on the weight elimination. Awesome work.

Hugs,
Wanda

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CHEVY63 3/6/2011 8:39PM

    Great weight loss - good job!

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KELLEEH 3/6/2011 7:45PM

    Congrats on your weight loss! And I just love your pics!

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SCREWIE 3/6/2011 6:14PM

    Well done on your weight loss!

(You should measure in kg, much easier to calculate ;) )

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CARLA-216 3/6/2011 3:30PM

    And congrats on a great loss! That's grand!

xoxo
Carla


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JHADZHIA 3/6/2011 1:46PM

    Actually, if you weigh first thing in the morning before anything, you are dehydrated, but as you drink your water or have a cuppa, you will regain the water weight you lost. I weigh in the mornings, but not until I have had my eight cups of water, done my exercise and had my breakfast..
A loss is still a loss so that is just awesome!!
High Five!!
Keep up the great work!!

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TWOTIMESS 3/6/2011 1:24PM

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Whootie! Love your pics, as always!

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/6/2011 1:04PM

    Congrats on the weight loss.I love your pictures this morning especially the doing your highlights one it reminds me of back in the 80's I dyed my hair royal blue and my corgi at the time was afraid of me till I spoke LOL! hugs,Cheri

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It has been a very good week. :-)

Sunday, March 06, 2011

First off, I weighed myself first thing this morning, as soon as I'd been to the loo, and guess what......

I lost TWO and a QUARTER pounds!!! Count 'em! One...Two...and a Quarter!!! LOLOL



Of course 1 1/2 of them were gained during the Feb no-scales month experiment, but hey, a victory is a victory. *grin* I am going to weigh myself again before I get in the bath though, because normally I weigh-in after breakfast, and I'm curious to see how much porage weighs. *grin*

Secondly, all those great bargains this week have been a real boost to the morale, specially all those CDs. I'm listening to the Winter Chillout album as I type this, and am hearing songs I haven't heard in years. There are some songs I already have as well, but the majority are new additions to my playlists, so that's nice, and a few are new to me. Tom Jones was live and fun, and so was Tina Turner. Tina will get a lot of plays, cos I am a huge fan of her stuff and a lot are fast enough to exercise to. S Club 7 is also a fun album with some good dance/walk tracks. The only one I'm really not fussed about is the Liberty X album. The only song of theirs I like isn't on it, and the rest are just so so to my taste. Tara is delighted with it, though she is also disappointed the fave song wasn't included. That's the trouble. Sometimes there is one song you know you like, but for the life of you, you can't remember its name or how it goes, so you take a punt. Sometimes it works, but this time it didn't. The rest worked just great though, so I'm not complaining, except possibly about my useless memory! LOL



Oh, and that Joseph CD will get a lot of play from Tara especially. I could hear her singing away upstairs yesterday, reprising her Narrator role. *grin*

And on the subject of Joseph...Has anyone in the UK watched the quiz show called Pointless? For those not in the know, this is a really fun gameshow, where couples compete to get the least number of points. How it works is fairly simple. Members of the public fill in questionaires full of questions like How many James Bond Movies can you name, or characters in CSI, or European countries with the sea on one border or more. That kind of thing. Tara and I love the show and have great fun trying to think of pointless answers (answers which weren't remembered by a single person).

One day, to Tara's great excitement, (and now you see where I'm going with this, if you haven't already clicked *grin*), the question 'colours in Joseph's technicolour dreamcoat' came up. For someone who knows the entire songlist off by heart, this was a doddle! We found all the pointless answers, and there were several! It made Tara's week! Tara said it was a good job she hadn't been asked that question, because there would have been no pointless answers to find! *grin*



Thirdly, I did get to workout a decent amount this week.

I strength trained on Tue and Sat for at least 30 mins full body. I didn't on Thursday, because pre-vamped Wilbur was filled to the gunnels with things like milk, Dr Pepper, and tins of beans and tomatoes, and was a dead weight to drag home, so I felt that was enough of a strain of my muscles for one day. :-) This coming week I have a lot less grocery shopping though, so hope to get three sessions in. For strength training I am using a mix of SP videos and their random exercise generator.

Wonder if they make these for humans....



Walk-wise we went to Tesco Extra, which is quite a trek, and also into town, plus three good walkies in Highwoods with Sophie, and a trip to the pet store, plus two Waitrose trips. On top of that I spent some time with Leslie Sansone yesterday, trying out the three free videos on her website:

www.walkathome.com/try-walk-at-home/

I did a routine of Beginner, Express, Advanced, Express, Beginner in the morning, which added up to a bit over 40 mins, and in the afternoon I did her One Mile Cardio Slimdown from the Exercise.tv website, which added another 20 minutes to my day. I've never done that much fast cardio in one day, so I'm really pleased with myself. :-)



Actually, what I'm working on at the moment is making up playlists of my favourite music to walk to. I have almost every CD we possess uploaded (or is it downloaded) onto my computer, and I already have playlists for Tigger, my mini trampoline, and Roo, my aerobic step, and I started off by creating four lists for walking - warm-up walk, fast pace walk, super-fast, and cool down. The problem is that I couldn't really work out by ear and trying them out as I went, which category some of the songs would fit, and it seems important to get the speed progression as smooth as possible as you get gradually faster then slower.

So, I searched for free exercise music online and found this website:

www.djsteveboy.com/podrunner.html

This was when I clicked about counting beats per minute. Now, a lot of these podcasts start at a pace too fast for a walk warm-up, so I suddenly thought, 'What's to stop me counting beats on Leslie's videos and then comparing that to some of my music and building my own one mile, two mile etc walk playlists instead of the random collections?

So that is what I'm working on this month. Creating fun playlists to keep me excited about walking at home at a good fast pace. Much as I love walking with Sophie at Highwoods, I can't get the pace I want up there due largely to Sophie needing to stop every twenty paces to sniff stuff. LOL. Doing at least one mile a day of walking at home each week day on top of walkies will be good for me. Also, I notice that I drink much more water during the day when I up my cardio exercise. That has to be good for me too, right? :-)

Then at the weekends, I will try and do a minimum of three miles a day cardio walking - two in the morning and one in the afternoon. Sophie and I stay local to the house at weekends because it gets quite busy at Highwoods at weekends, which makes it less fun up there.

Mmmmm..... playing The Lighthouse Family CD now. Bliss........ *drifts off*.......

Um, where am I? Oh yes, playlists.

Sorry about that. The Lighthouse Family songs just makes me sigh with pleasure and I want to sit and close my eyes and fly like a seagull round lighthouses and over cliffs and out to sea.......

*happy sigh*

Finally, food and water. The last week has been pretty good for me with both of those. I've hit my minimum on both water and freggies (love that combo word) on all seven days!

As for the rest:

Calories in range 5/7 and not far out the other two days. Slightly over one day and slightly under the other, so it evens out nicely. :-)

Carbs in range 6/7 and under by only 4 on the seventh day.

Fat in range 4/7 Bit of an oops there because I didn't track in advance this week, but not too bad overall. Could have been a lot worse. over by 6, 9, and 17 grams respectively. I'll try and keep a tighter rein this week.

Protein in range 5/7 Down by 3 grams on one day and 8 grams on the other.

So, I'm off to a good start to this week, with that weight loss, and I did rather more exercise this morning than planned. I started doing the Two Mile Leslie Sansone walk from the Exercise TV website, and got to around 11 minutes in when I remembered that I was supposed to be recording the session on my Active Health and writing down the times of the pace changes to check beats per minute later. So, I stopped, set up my Active Health, grabbed pen and paper and started again. There's dedication for you. LOL. So I ended up doing around 45 mins instead of 32, but never mind. I got the info I needed, and the extra exercise is all good for me. :-)

Of course, my chest wall started moaning partway through, just to freak me out a bit, but that can be par for the course sometimes with this Tietze's and it only twinged, so not the start of a flare-up this time, thank the gods. :-) *she says crossing her fingers*

Well, I'm off to play in the bath now. I do love Sundays because I get the time for a good long soak.



Happy Sundog Everyone!
Hugs,
Lex xxx





  
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:31PM

    I have playlists made from years back when I used to teach country line dancing. I figured out the bpm manually by counting and using the second hand. Maybe I couldn't find one on the computer back then, who knows. I need to just pull out my old line dances and start learning them again, they are good exercise and I really miss dancing. It's just more fun with other people!

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CARLA-216 3/6/2011 3:27PM

    What a successful and busy week you had, Lex!

xoxo
Carla

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JHADZHIA 3/6/2011 1:42PM

    Congratulations on the loss, well done!!
I love working out to music which I do on my elliptical at home, but here at Mom's, the telly is on all night and day long, its all Mom does right now.
Enjoy listening to your music!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/6/2011 1:10PM

    Lexie you are doing so well,I need you to inspire me the snow is too high and I want to find a good book and vegetate today ! I like that deer one.LOL! True and I both wish we could go walking with you and Sophie in high Woods ! love and hugs,Cheri

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LOVESLIFE48 3/6/2011 9:52AM

    Wow. You are an exercise machine!!! A big emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon on your weight loss!!

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BOVEY63 3/6/2011 9:37AM

    It sure does sound like a great week - congrats on the weight loss and the great deals!
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ODDLASS 3/6/2011 9:24AM

    My My, we are a busy bee! You are going very well there Lexie, and sound so full of beans! I will try the links you mentioned, I could do with some more walking music, my trouble is that I like it VERY LOUD! so need headphones, but can't seem to find any that stop in, I must have weird ears.... to match everything else .... and I use it when out walking, so have to take them off at every road. But i MUST have it on loud on the treadmill, music is my generator on that!

And well done on the loss!

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