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Day 2 of holidays

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Woke up to a very cold blustery day, raining off and on. The winds were gusting from 50 to 90 km an hour. Definitely hold on to your hat sort of day.

I did manage to get my outdoor walk in...30 minutes between rain showers. Then another round of walking at IKEA.

Kitchen guys weren't able to show up today...say they will be here tomorrow morning at 8am...here's hoping.

Lots of running up and down my stairs today...everytime you want to wash something or get a drink, or fill the kettle it involves stairs! My house is a 4 level split, so there is really no where that you go that does not involve stairs. I must have made a couple dozen trips up and down those stairs today....great exercise.

My positives:

Got my outdoor walk in.
Extra walking at IKEA
Day for myself.
Lots of stairs to burn calories today.
Blessed to have running water to wash dishes etc...even if it involves stairs!
Able to use my stove to make meals as well as the crockpot. The fridge is still accessible too.
A wonderful day...time to sit down and start another new book.

Thanks for stopping by...have a wonderful evening.

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    Way to go on running all those stairs!!! Love your positives!!!
    2868 days ago
    Wanda, the end is near!! :)

    So, whatcha reading?
    2873 days ago
    Walking at IKEA - now that's exercise that I could handle!

    Tell us what you're reading...


    2874 days ago
    Love the "stair stepper machine". Nice positives! Thanks for all your positive thoughts. I am sure that is why my day was so enjoyable! Sleep well and more fun on holidays tomorrow! WooHoo!
    Lots of Love,
    2874 days ago
    Great positives. How long before running water in the kitchen?

    Great way for added exercise. LOL

    2874 days ago
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