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Walking

Thursday, July 08, 2010

Well I really have a hard time walking alone. I want to have other people to walk with and I get the walking done. I went to the mall yesterday and every time I kept up with someone I chatted with them but then they would be done and have to leave. I then went over to my friend Esther's house and we walked another mile. So I did 6.62 miles yesterday. And I took it off after that because I was so tired. I am going shopping with a friend today for the bra I need to wear for the wedding I am attending next week. But I just feel kind of sore.. I am going to walk today but maybe without the intensity that I did yesterday.
these are the women of Spark who met with me the last Tuesday of the month.
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  • DIANAPHOENIX
    Hey, walking is my main exercise. Although I am limited just now, I walk up to three miles on my own, and would love a walking partner! We can go around McKinley park and the neighborhood, or around Land Park or?

    Hope to see you next week. Diana
    2261 days ago
  • MISS_VIV
    RIA - You rascal, you shoulda called me,(that's why you have my #) I would have been able to walk. I did 3 on my own, just around and around the house and up the block and doing all the stuff. It is always fun to walk with you and I will be back in the groove VERY SOON.



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    And take it easy today.................
    2273 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/9/2010 12:26:30 PM
  • NANALD
    Nice to have fellow Sparkers around! Any closer to become a walking buddy? I am not a walker but if I were I'd probably walk much further if I walked with someone. Good luck with your journey! emoticon
    2274 days ago
  • SACTOKAREN
    Very cool!
    2274 days ago
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