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Not my Knees or Legs for that matter

Friday, December 07, 2012

I noticed a while back when I looked down that my knees and legs where no longer my own.

They were/are my mother's. I noticed a long time ago that my hands are no longer my own. I am ok with that. However, I refuse to ...

embrace this change.

And I think it is working. emoticon Just maybe.
I think my jeans are fitting a bit better. I have not gotten on the scale because if I have lost I will then think that I can give myself a break here and there and ...

tight jeans again. NO Thank you.

Just taking it a day at a time but I am hoping that if I can get in 10 to 15,000 steps a day on average I will start to move in the right direction.

I always start to push to do more than lately stop for some reason or another. I think I will try to stick with this routine for a bit and see what happens.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CHERIRIDDELL 12/8/2012 1:04AM

    I came to your blog thinking you had knee issues like mine LOL I am glad you are staying moving and not embracing negative changes and even happier I misunderstood .I have tiny wrists and ankles ,in fact I was tiny all round apart from the fact I was tall till I got in an accident at 45 and it was the end of the world as I knew it!The meds to control the swelling and neural pain make me chubby but I am like you I refuse to embrace those changes and keep moving .They removed my kneecaps and I told them I should weigh less now ,never mind they put in more hardware than the bone they removed LOL!

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RHONDALYN10 12/7/2012 7:25PM

    Funny what motivates us. I noticed a few years ago that I have very similar hands to my Mom.....
Keep moving! You are doing great!!

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LOPEYP 12/7/2012 6:16PM

    Never give up. Just keep pushing! emoticon

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BARCLE 12/7/2012 5:42PM

    emoticon emoticon excellent plan you've got in place there too emoticon

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DIET_FRIEND 12/7/2012 5:36PM

    I ought to wear my pedometer when I'm doing my Wii Fit and all day. It would be interesting to see how many steps I take. I wish you much success in your health and fitness goals.

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BLESSED2BEME 12/7/2012 4:57PM

    I love all the visuals you find for your blogs. I embrace the change in my hands as they occurr because I'm proud to have my Mom's and Grandma's hands. I've even embraced the change in my hair (some gray showing through the red).

However, I agree - I will not embrace negative changes in my legs, knees, belly, hips, etc!

I really think moving more because of the FitBit I'm wearing is making a difference. I love seeing the total # of steps at the end of each day!

Good for you for keeping your focus and a plan! It will pay off my friend:)

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