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Saturday, April 06, 2013

This is day 6 of not being the April Fool and turning my Can'ts into CANS ..

Today is a beautiful and windy day in North Texas . Being a Saturday , I had lots of running around to do. AT almost noon I decided if I didn't get out and exercise I might not do it.

So I got my mindset ready , my water ready , my tracker ready and I set out to ride my bike. The plan was to ride to the high school , I like to ride around the parking lot it's almost a mile and half around the lot and on Saturday pretty empty and I can just ride.

I ride this lot almost every week and I had this idea to walk the steps of the stadium ? that is a lots of stairs, that would be a workout in itself.. so today I say well today seems like a good day to start.

Here it is..

as I was walking up and down the stairs. I became so excited with each step.

I was really doing it . ONE STEP AT A TIME ...YOU CAN DO ANYTHING !!!

I kept going and it took my almost 40 min but I didn't stop until I had step up and down all those steps.

That to me is better than any number on a SCALE..

Thanks for reading and Have a Happy Step by Step weekend. IF I CAN , YOU CAN !!!


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    Wow! You're awesome!

    Keep it up!!
    1294 days ago
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    I don't even know what to say.... WOW is about the only thing I can come up with! You are awesome!!!!
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    1294 days ago
    Awesome! That's a lot of stairs to climb. emoticon
    1296 days ago
    What an inspiration you are! My goodness! That is awesome - we had one of those stadiums in college and we would usually walk around the track. Wish I was wiser then and walked the stairs! Bet you will be feeling a bit sore in the morning!

    Great job!

    1296 days ago
    Way to go!! Stairs are killers.
    1296 days ago
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