Friday, November 18, 2011

Yesterday we went out for a walk and it started to rain. So, we drove to another location to walk, and the rain caught up. So, we came home.
The clouds were moving in overhead, but it wasn't raining, yet. However, there are too many loose dogs in the neighborhood to walk.
So, we stayed outside and checked the sky for the Leonid meteor shower. We didn't see anything. I came in and checked online. The shower was supposed to be visible from midnight last night til just before dawn.
We didn't wait up.

Today two good things happened weight/health wise.

Both things happened after work as I was walking from my job to my hubby's job to get a ride home. The distance is a mile and a half.

The first thing that happened was that while waiting for a light I was looking at my shadow. My breasts are bigger than my belly! emoticon

The second thing that happened was that I made the walk in 24 minutes! First time under a half hour! emoticon

Yes, I am kinda embarrassed to see how out of shape I have gotten, but it's nice to see the changes.
I'm seriously considering doing the 30day shred that I keep reading about. If I decide to do it, then I will actually take body measurements to see the changes...

Have a good weekend my Spark Buddies!
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    Good progress ! And it's great that you walked the mile and a half instead of getting your hubby to pick you up emoticon ! And you are one enthu girl driving to a different location to get a walk in emoticon :)
    2681 days ago
    Good for you!

    Glad you are making progress.

    I suggest you measure yourself once a week because sometimes you are loosing fat and gaining muscle so the number loss is not there but the fat loss is. This shows with a trimmer body measurement.

    2681 days ago
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