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First blog entry

Sunday, July 27, 2008


This is my very first blog entry. Today I joined the Spark Wii Fitters Unite team. I am very excited. My dear sister lent me her Wii and Wii Fit so that I would be less sedentary. I still remember the first day she brought her Wii over, I was out of breath after doing 3 minutes of the Basic Steps aerobics game. Today has been my 25th day on Wii Fit, and I have earned enough credits to turn my time piggy bronze! My favorite activities are Soccer and Advanced Steps. I love Wii! I cannot thank my sister enough for lending me her Wii. Among the reasons why I did not get my own game is that she can take Wii away if I don't use it daily. And that she can visit and monitor my progress. I guess I will be talking a lot about my Wii usage in this blog. :)
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  • JIBBIE49
    I was checking back to see how you are doing and I found this blog entry, so I subscribed. I'm thrilled you got a WiiFit Game. I asked my oldest son for one for my birthday and he's trying to find it, but they are sold out. My other son, has the System, so I don't have to buy it. But, my oldest son promised to get me the game, because he things I'll be like you and LOVE IT.

    WOW, loving exercise has never been my interest!

    I'm thrilled to see you are doing well. emoticon
    2985 days ago
  • 4HEALTH4LIFE4ME
    WooHoo! Congrats on the 25 days on Wii Fit. Great Job! Keep it up!
    3049 days ago
  • MAJORMOM7
    emoticon I am so glad that you have found a fun way to get moving. emoticon Keep it up emoticon
    3049 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    So much fun!! emoticon
    3050 days ago
  • GMRKITTY
    Hey, the Wii is a great way to get up and get moving - congrats on getting started and on your way ^.^

    Hope your day is FABULOUS!!!!!

    HUGGLES!!!

    ~Kitty~
    3050 days ago
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