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8 Days of Food Tracking: 7 Days of Walking 3 Miles

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

I've been tracking my food for 8 days in a row,and walking or run/walking for seven days in a row! Whoo Hoo! The last two days, I've been in range on my calories.

I've been using my Garmin when I walk so I know a couple 3 mile routes that I can take. That's good to know because I accidentally left my Garmin on after my last walk and the battery was run down when I went to strap it on this morning. I didn't use that for an excuse to not walk. The weather was WONDERFUL this morning , so it made it really easy to get out and get it done before it warmed up for the day.

I've joined the Shutterbug Spark Team and this week's assignment was to take pictures of colored plastic. There is not much of it on my walk, but that's what I decided to focus on. None of the pictures are very good. The beauty of taking pictures with a digital camera is that it doesn't cost anything.

Here are the results.

This plastic buoy has a Canadian maple leaf symbol on it which is kind of funny since the lake is in Tennessee!

I thought the homemade number on this plastic mailbox looked like they really wanted to make sure there was no mistake about the street address.

Don't you think my shadow makes me look very tall? I'm only 5'3" (and not plastic)!
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    WTG on your streaks!
    2823 days ago
    Like your pictures of plastic including your not plastic shadow!!
    2823 days ago
    I have a friend who has challenged herself to take (and post) a picture every day this year. She says that it has had an interest effect on how she views the every day world around her.
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    2823 days ago
    "I'm only 5'3" and not plastic" LOVE IT. :-)

    Good for you. What a wonderfully successful string of days!
    2823 days ago
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