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Oct. 17

Monday, October 17, 2011

I got a chance to walk twice this weekend but only short one mile and one and a half mile walks.. I was feeling very tired and it took all I could to do what I normally do easily.
I still have a sore throat but I slept most of yesterday and all night and maybe I have shaken off what ever it was that I had... I got my flu shot last week and I thought that would free me from the bug... but ... it looks like it got me anyway...
I am changing my schedule and will be getting used to new activities..
but I am not allowing any time to do housework.. I am so tired I start out fixing the bed and end up taking a nap... I am still on plateau but my waist is smaller and I can button all the slacks I got the summer of the wedding...But I want the 36 inch waist that I also had.. It is musher now but only goes to 36 and a half or 37. I am not going to measure till next Monday.. I want to step up my walks to 45 minutes every day and walk a little faster.
I was doing more last year ... I was driven.. I woke up and forsed myself to walk.
But I had a radio that I could listen to.... I just do not like to walk to music.
I want something that plays talk CD's and talk and news radio..
What is wrong with me? I need a player that will play the folk music I prefer to hear.
And a radio that plays talk radio programs.
I also need a watch.. You just cannot be timing things with your phone at church services...
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    My phone tunes in the radio but everytime a car comes down the street it loses the station, then after it passes the station comes back in.
    2283 days ago
  • CANDOK1260
    I love talk radio who do you listen to.
    2283 days ago
    Your body is saying rest so let it rest. Hope you fell better soon.
    2283 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/17/2011 8:56:58 PM
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