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Fun day

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

My sister-in-law (also named Donna) and I had a fantastic day shopping, poking in antique stores and having lunch at the corner café downtown. I found a great purse - on sale, of course and I added 3 books to my Mary Higgins Clark collection.

We brought watermelons, water and popsicles out to the horse camp where her daughter is helping out (having attended the camp for three years herself). What a great place for kids to have fun and learn about the animals.

I've done over 10,000 steps but does shopping count as exercise?

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AQUAGIRL08 6/25/2010 5:24PM

    I think shopping counts as exercise, especially when you are continuously moving - even if it is at a slower pace.

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PEGGYJEAN13 6/23/2010 5:16PM

    Yes, shopping counts for your body since you are moving but I'm not sure you can log it. I wish I had been with you.

Thanks for all your encouragement.

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LILLITADAV 6/23/2010 3:33PM

    Sounds like a great day, good job on your walking, my pedometer isn't working so I'm guessing my steps - except for the routes I've mapped out already.

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SLENDERELLA61 6/23/2010 2:42PM

    On my pedometer it tells me total steps and the number of moderate/intense steps I always thought I could count moderate and above as exercise. But every one of those steps are good for you!! Way to go!

Incidentally, I might be able to add to your Mary Higgins Clark collection when you are back in Polk County! -Marsha

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FITCOFFEEMOM357 6/23/2010 2:41PM

    Sounds like my kind of day. What a great way to learn the area.

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-POLEDANCEGIRL- 6/23/2010 2:40PM

    What a wonderful day! emoticon

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