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It's way to cold....

Thursday, January 03, 2013

You know it's cold when the dogs don't want to go outside.

Today went for a great 45 minute walk outside. It was so nice. There is something invigorating about being outside in the cold. It's like you are challenging the elements to get the better of you....and more often than not...the elements win.

So it's day three of the new year and I am slowly revving up. Each day farther from Christmas makes it easier to get back into the swing of things. Lets hope it not a trick my mind is playing on me.

Ready for tomorrow.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MUSHCAT 1/4/2013 8:55AM

    I find the cold weather invigorating, if you don't have to be out in it for long...thank God for my home workout equipment.

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TENNISJIM 1/4/2013 6:17AM

    You can do it

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LAURIE160IN2013 1/4/2013 1:54AM

    And you know there's snow on the ground when the cats cling to the screen door. Thanks for this post. Almost every day is a nice day for a walk, but it isn't always obvious when we look out the window.

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-FROGGIE- 1/3/2013 11:00PM

I live where it's cold, too, Northeast Wisconsin. I don't do well when it comes to keeping active in the winter. I'd rather sit my butt inside where it's warm (as you can tell). Reading your blog tonight made me think twice about not going outside and "letting the elements win". I am thinking tomorrow would be a great day to get out and at least go around the block once. I'm sure I could more than handle that. I'm writing myself a note and hoping I don't ignore it tomorrow. Thanks for the encouragement.

Here's to both of our continued success. emoticon


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