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all clear-now to get my head in the game.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

I have been very MIA. The last posting I blogged was after my foot surgery in March, and here it is September already. But honestly, I had not much good to say in that time. I have spent countless months of frustration with the lack of quick healing and bounce back that I expected after foot surgery with visions of fitting back into my cute booties in fall. No such luck.
I have not been able to run, I would get winded with walking and my foot ached; my job has been taking up longer hours during the day and my attention is to the family and house when I get home. My "days off" never have been; there is always something else to turn my attention to so I've been "running"-from appointment to appointment.
No more-something's gotta give and it can't be my health.
I'm walking with my hubby and attempting to get back to running-albeit on the treadmill. I have not weighed myself, but I have not changed clothing size or watched my intake. I will try to get back on track, now that I have the all clear to get back out there.
Now, it's up to me. Hope to see you soon. I'll try to "keep in touch" more. Hope you are all on track!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
DDOORN 9/17/2012 10:02AM

    It can be SO TOUGH when our bodies don't cooperate! Walking is a good place to start. And of course watching our food choices ALWAYS trumps EVERYTHING when it comes to taking care of ourselves. Do you have a swimming outlet...? One of the kindest, gentlest forms of cardio around!


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ITSHOWYOULIVE 9/16/2012 8:57PM

    Welcome back!! Sorry that the foot didn't heal as expected and that life has just plain been hectic. Glad you are back and hope that things can improve from this point out :).

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