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Rain, rain, rain!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Rain, rain, go away,
come again, another day . . .

Boy, did we get rain tonight! I was lazy and didn't make supper so we went out for Godfather's pizza and got caught in the middle of a downpour! Lightening, flooded streets, sheets of rain coming down! We got drenched walking (no, running) to our car to go home. I ate more calories today than I wanted to but I did manage to do some exercising, too.
I did my 50 jumping jacks and pulled out my SparkPeople DVD for strength training and did a 10 minute lower body workout and a 15 minute cardio blast routine. I'm really missing my runs so I hope I'm able to get out and get some running in one of these days!
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    I have been reading your blog while on a Mimi vacation. I sympathize about the pizza. Went out with family members on or first night for pizza. I ate more than I should but I did it anyway. Let's forgive ourselves and stick to low calories for two days. Good luck
    1464 days ago
    Was Grandfather's pizza so good that you had to go out in the rain? I want some of that pizza.
    1464 days ago
    Rain today here too but an excuse to do indoor things. HUGS
    1464 days ago
    Yes, but we need the rain! Definitely better than that white, fluffy stuff! Have a great Tuesday!
    1464 days ago
    We will get rain this afternoon--At least it isn't snow!--LOL----- Ya hafto look on the good side!--LOL
    1464 days ago
    Rain does tend to get in the way of outdoor exercise at times. Good job "getting by" with the indoor alternatives. And Winter hasn't even arrived yet!

    We can do this... we can get through the cold/dark without dropping off the "fit wagon"! May what we used to call "Indian Summer" arrive soon!
    1464 days ago
    We have been havibng down pours and wild weather here as well...
    1464 days ago
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