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Day 9 (again) - Is it one step forward and 2 steps back or the other way?

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Things are feeling kind of rough. I slipped and fell on some ice yesterday (Friday) morning. One of those banana peel - how did I get down here - falls. I am not seriously hurt. But my neck has some pain as does the old lower back. As a result I simply couldn't do the bootcamp workout. I got as far as getting down on my mat. That was so painful that I realized it was not going to happen.

My synagogue is hosting some homeless families for 2 weeks and I am coordinating it. I got a call at 11 pm that the overnight hosts couldn't get either door locked. So I hopped in the car instead of hopping in to bed and went over and got them locked. Definitely not in my plans.

On 2 good notes, this morning was my once a month favorite spiritual experience. I'll post one of the poems tomorrow.

I've taken on listening to an upbeat song as one of my fast goals and tonight I listened to "High Hopes" - 2 versions by Frank Sinatra, 1 by Bob from Sesame Street and 1 by Harry Kalas (I do live in Philadelphia!)

Good night to all. Sweet dreams.
pesha
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  • MEOWMAMA3
    Oops there goes another rubber tree plant!

    How about "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" My great grandmother used to play that on the piano for us... wow, your songs are launching all kinds of memories for me!

    Enjoy your music and get a heating pad on your boo-boo! (I wear this pullon rubber things with little metal cleats out in this weather over my sneakers. I got them on QVC, I think they're called "Get a Grips". They work great...get a pair, girl, it's gonna be a looong cold winter! And, how nice of your synagogue to welcome the families, especially during this weather! Hugs, Kim
    3863 days ago
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