Fall 5% Challenge Day 31

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It is so cold, overcast and wet Here I can't stand it. To make things worse the wind was supposed to get up to 90 km an hour today. I haven't been out since I came to school this morning and I am afraid to look. This morning I voted in the civic election and almost had the doors blown off my car when I got out in the parking lot. Cars were swaying all over the road and did I mention it's COLD!

All day I've been eating. Not a lot and mostly good stuff but I think I have to have toast for dinner if I want to stay in my calorie range. Fortunately, I did 140 minutes of line dancing today. We get kicked out of the gym for every election and I had to do phys ed in the classrooms. Dance is an easy one to do there even if it is a little cramped. What I really want to do is finish W8D3 of C25K. I couldn't do it yesterday because of the bad weather. It's so ugly I don't want to walk from the car never mind run in it for 30 minutes. I'm going to do some weights when I get home and maybe cycle just a bit. C25K will have to wait for better weather.

This weather is really getting me down. I feel lethargic and compelled to eat. Does cold, wet weather have the same affect on you?

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    Wow 140 minutes of dancing is great!
    3618 days ago
    OMG Laurie - that sounds awful! I'm not looking forward to the weather turning here and am thankful it's still fairly mild. Thank goodness for the line dancing and be careful out there - don't get blown away!

    3619 days ago
    Chicago has had really bad winds this week too.... up to 65 miles an hour at times. Good thing it's still in the 50's so it wasn't tooo cold. My staff hate it when PE is in their rooms.... Glad you got to line dance.
    3619 days ago
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