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Still Sore But Holding My Own

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

I am so glad I participated in the Toastmaster show last night. It was a lot of fun! As sore as I was, I still got in some steps before the taping. Still, I was glad that we got through it quickly and I got home earlier than I expected.

This morning, my knees were really sore, my shoulders and neck felt as if I'd been in a car accident, so I was not very active today. I did walk a little ever couple of hours to keep the stiffness from setting in.

Still working on finding balance in food. On target in most categories, low in others. Not worried. I am feeling better every day, less food obsessed. Calmer, more centered inside.

The SF Giants won! The Oakland As won! My dream of them playing in the World Series, while still a long shot, is still alive.
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    So glad you are feeling better. Falls can be scary. emoticon

    Today's baseballs results were super great! Looking forward to the Championship games! emoticon
    2080 days ago
    Yeah! U were sore after a busy day & still did fitness walking! Awesome! :) emoticon
    2080 days ago
    Good for you - you're still working towards good health.

    I'm watching the Nationals lose for the second time in the playoffs. Of course, it's not over 'til it's over, but they are down 5 to 0.
    2081 days ago
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    So glad you enjoyed the Toastmasters show! You needed to have some fun!
    So sorry you are feeling worse now :( Do try some icing of those knees..
    That is awesome you are doing so well with the food!! Half the battle is getting the attitude under control. Food is fuel. Food is fuel. Food is not comfort. Repeat. Being calm and more centered -that is gold!
    Keep up the great work!
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    2081 days ago
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