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Changing Seasons

Friday, March 19, 2010

I think mud season is past... I'm going to go and check out my favorite place to walk to see if the water has receded yet.
Changing seasons means changing routines. I've added line dancing... it should be fun, that starts on the 30th.
Making fitness part of my routine is key. Now I am starting to look forward to getting out and moving about.

I need to make new plans soon... my walking buddy is having a double knee replacement and will be out of commission for a while. I will find something that works for me.
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  • FREELADY
    Your resourcefulness is such a good example to me. Line dancing sounds really fun.

    Do you want to offer a dog-walking or stroller-pushing service? emoticon
    2456 days ago
  • BIGLITTLEWOMAN
    Line dancing is an excellent idea. You can also just dance around the house; turn up hte music and let 'er rip. It leaves you breathless. I just ordered the Spark exercise DVDs. I exercise in my basement and I get tired of lugging my computer back and forth. I have a wireless card and when I move it, I lose connection then I have to take the time to reconnect, sign on, etc.... You know how it is, the more trouble something is the less likely you are to do it. Have a good weekend. emoticon
    2456 days ago
  • NANC304
    Do you have an ipod that you can take on your walks with you? I enjoy the "me" time while I walk.
    2457 days ago
  • LISAALLGIER
    The line dancing is really fun. I have a DVD of line dancing that is suppose to help you lose weight, but I still cannot keep up with the girl, I am a little challenged when it comes to following instructions, especially when I'm not face to face, to ask questions.lol. Have fun and good luck to your walking buddy with the surgery, hope all goes well!
    2457 days ago
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