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Sunday, June 28, 2009

I can't remember the last time I went swimming because of my copd. Yesterday I went swimming with my son and grandson. It was really nice. I got some good exercise out of it. I swam the width of the pool 3 or 4 times plus some other things.

Sparkpeople has helped me accomplish this. Thanks to those who help keep me motivated.

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  • KATHY:)
    WOW Peggy...what a beautiful site to see you and your grandson having such a wonderful time together. Swimming..yeah for you!!! I am sorry I haven't been around to check in with you, but the summer just seems to have a mind of it's own this year :)
    Your progress is so impressive.. keep the good plans going strong...
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    3183 days ago
  • BONNIE627
    Peggy that is so great.. I am glad to hear that you are making use of that pool.. even if you just walk in the water it will help you..
    3184 days ago
  • KAT7457
    Peggy, this is so awesome of you and your grandson wow i dont know how to swim but just getting in that pool looks so refreshing and you enjoying yourself. Keep up the good work and keep enjoying yourself. kat
    3184 days ago
    This is great news. SP improves our lives in so many different ways,.

    3184 days ago
    That's fantastic, Peggy! It's looks like a really nice pool, and you even had it to yourselves, it looks like. That's even better. I'm so glad you were able to get in and enjoy it with your grandson. How fun!

    Take care,
    3184 days ago
    So glad you got some quality time with your family swimming. It is hot enough for a good swim that is for sure. Sounds wonderful. So Happy for You!!! Hugs. Pat
    3184 days ago
    Wow! Looks like so much fun! Glad to see you enjoying yourself. Hugs x
    3184 days ago
    That looks like soooo much fun!
    3184 days ago
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