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Back from vacation.

Thursday, August 06, 2009

It was a great time with my family but now back to reality. This is not going to be easy, getting remotivated. I started walking today. Also cut down on my eating, not that I ate that much while I was away but I did eat anything there was. Including sweets. I figure it will take me a week to get in the groove. I signed up for a weight lifting class, 2 days a week, women only, in the local high school, it lasts about 6 weeks. A friend belongs and she is in great shape after the winter classes. Also the trainer doesn't believe in "no pain, no gain". Something I have to learn after having 2 painful experiences in the past few months from not using correct form and not stopping when I had pain. It's good to be back.
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  • SUNNYARIZONA
    Welcome back. Time to buckle down! Hey you can do it, we will do this together!!! emoticon
    4013 days ago
  • DAISYDUKES2010
    Glad you had a great time :) Don't worry...take your time, you will get the groove back ! Slow and steady wins the race lol....
    4016 days ago
  • CELLEBRUCE
    Getting back from vacation is usually a difficult and somewhat depressing thing to go through. But you sound like you had a great vacation and will manage that crossover back into reality with ease.
    4016 days ago
  • CACTUSFLOWER*
    Hi Kathy, Glad you are back! I'm sure the kids hated to see you leave.
    I am glad that you had a great time and that you got back safely!
    I bet Scooter boy gave you a big Welcome Home Greeeting!
    He was probaly beside himself! Hubby too, I'm sure!
    Ginger has missed Scooter on Poodle Chat, so let him use the computer
    real soon!
    Hope you enjoy the weight lifting! Do be careful!

    emoticon Rosa
    4016 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/6/2009 11:22:29 PM
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