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Going with the flow....

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Good Morning!

I woke up this morning and got ready to go ride my bicycle. I'd planned on 35 or so miles today. I knew it was only 54 degrees so I dressed for it, ate a small snack and sent a text to my friend to see if she was joining me. When I stepped out the door it was raining. BOO!!! emoticon I was a bit bummed. I turned on the TV to see the radar and it didn't look like it was going to clear up for an hour or so. Riding in the rain at 54 degrees is much different than riding in the rain at 70 degrees. So I turned around and went back inside. I did my scheduled TurboFire workout instead. Although I'm bummed about not riding my bike for 2+ hours I still got in a good workout. Now if only Paul would wake up so I could start up the Vitamix. I'm hungry!

Peace,
Kelly
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  • v MBSHAZZER
    Kelly, I am sorry to hear about Paul's dad and also his back / neck troubles. Sounds like a lot of stress... you probably could have used that bike ride! But nice job swapping out for TurboFire instead. I was LOL at waiting to fire up the VitaMix!

    Funny about the VM... our good friends are helping us with our party plans... we are bringing our blender but we want more than 1 at the party. So Larry asked if we could borrow their blender and the wife and I both said at the same time, "NOT THE VITAMIX!!!" hehe!
    1746 days ago
  • v BABY_GIRL69
    I don't like too much like walking in the rain if its cool. Now if its 70+degrees then I'm all in.

    God bless & enjoy everyday!

    Dee
    1746 days ago
  • v BILL60
    Dress properly and you'll be able to ride your bike in most any weather. The first few minutes are the hardest. After that, you'll enjoy it as much as a good-weather ride. Good luck.
    1746 days ago
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