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Saturday, June 07, 2014

Document at least one healthy thing each day.



Remember horses?! ;) lol. This is a scene I saw today that represents the earlier thoughts about my old "reasons to stay fit" blogs. I had a list that was easily 100 items long, but was lost when my laptop died. Horse-riding was on it.

The last time I rode a horse I was a kid. I've fallen off of a horse twice. Yet, there's something about it. I think I want to ride one. I can't, in good conscious, ride a horse while I'm at this weight. If you do the math and figure out what % of their own body weight they'd be carrying, it's just not right.

But thinking of those reasons is part of the retraining and focusing my brain on my goals.
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  • ADVENTURE-GIRL
    This is great! I am not sure if I ever have ridden a horse. We live in a equestrian community though so the opportunity is here now :)
    840 days ago
  • WOLFKITTY
    Very clever- you get back in the swing. I went to go comment on your page but I was blocked because you're private. :)
    I added this post while falling asleep- literally as I was typing. I'm going to re-read it now and make sure it's even coherent. Lol.
    840 days ago
  • SNOOPYLINKOS
    A similar thought went thru my mind yesterday. At the school I work at is a playground with swings. In my younger(and I mean way younger!) days I loved to swing. So I went and sat on the swings. One of my boys said "Miss Darlene, you'll get stuck!" We laughed, but it wasn't funny. You work on getting back on the horse. And I'll work on getting back in the swing! Have a great weekend.
    840 days ago
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