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Day #237 - Woe is me...

Saturday, February 16, 2013

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Yesterdays' workout - Elliptical 20 minutes, Treadmill 60 minutes, 70 squats

Today - Painted my bedroom. Took me most of the day to paint, clean and throw out. So my body is aching like no bodies right hip area is screaming something that I can't understand...

It's been hurting for a while but ... hey they can't seem to tell me why, so I just pray and keep putting icy hot and heating pad on the area.

I feel good though...I got one of the to-do-list items accomplished. I still have to put out my new accessories. I painted my room the same color it was - white. I brought new accessories but I can clearly see I need a few more touches. Brought a new window shade and it's too short emoticon So got to reorder that.

Lord I need a good man or handyman - I'm too old for this stuff lol!!!

Well that's day #1 of my long weekend. No workout today, the painting is considered a workout today. No squats, weights or planks.
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  • MAY_MAY007
    Painting is one heck of a workout sista! I always get halfway done & don't want to finish! So Congrats!!! emoticon
    1798 days ago
    Painting is part of my to do list for spring break in April. I am trying to make a list of thins that I want to do for my house. I agree with the handy man deal. I have thought about finding me one, or a good man as well. Let me know if you find out where they are.
    1799 days ago
    painting is a huge workout. Why do you think all the professional painters smell like dog, dust and butt?
    1799 days ago
    Yes, get some rest! Take a hot bath! It sounds like you are definitely worth of having one!

    1800 days ago
  • SUGAR0814
    Glad you can check painting the bedroom off of your to-do list. Now get some rest & take care of yourself!
    1800 days ago
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