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I don't find cold weather very fun.

Friday, January 04, 2013

Lows of 22 and highs of 44, overcast for days and rain (or snow, which was pretty cool while it lasted). It got very gloomy. And I was cold to the bone every time I went for a walk. I decided I wasn't living up to my "fun" promise and joined the Wellness center. I used the treadmill Wednesday and asked my family to ship up my bathing suit. Swimming will be fun. I'm hoping the 80 degree water will seem warm. The pool in my Florida community is heated to 85 degrees but has no cover. So getting out is difficult sometimes.

At least the pool at the Wellness Center is under one of those big bubbles.

The suit arrived today, so the plan is for a swim tomorrow. My only worry is whether it still fits. Some problem, huh?? But there are no swimsuits in the 2 clothes shops in Murphy, NC. They shipped them all to Florida.
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    The best thing about going out for walks in the winter is getting back inside. I do tend to wak faster this time of year.
    1689 days ago
  • KITT52
    1689 days ago
    That's great that you are simply looking for other ways to get your exercise - AND your fun!
    1689 days ago
    I just saw them in the stores today and that is expected since we get allot of the snow birds around this time of the year.
    1690 days ago
    That is where all the swimsuits end up you must be able to buy them for a song down there. Why are you in NC right now HUGS Pat in Maine. I love 85 degree water I swam for years at the Y 6 am and the pool just for me. THEN we got a new Y and the swim team swim faster in cooler water so now I do not bother to look for a pool HUGS again Pat

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    1690 days ago
    Hope you are able to get some great time in the pool to help you meet that "fun" promise you mentioned emoticon
    1690 days ago
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