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Sunday Morning Walk

Sunday, March 10, 2013

My husband and I walked again this morning, 3.6 miles. While we were walking he was talking about how we were able to walk that far even though we hadn't been walking much in the last two months. I didn't have much to say to that comment. One of the reason I walk at work is because I know that I wouldn't have been able to walk that distance with him if I hadn't been already doing it. When I stop walking it's hard to get back to it. My back, legs and neck be hurting. Anyway, he wants to do the same walk tomorrow, then Tuesday - Friday we walk two miles. I said fine, we can do it like that. But I think I will continue walking at lunch, maybe not as far, but just in case we can't make these walks he planned. emoticon
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    Thanks Ladies! Yes Lizzie, my husband and I want to travel when we retire. Our plan is to buy a mobile home and drive to Alaska, Canada, and other places. A mobile home won't be comfortable at this weight. emoticon
    1900 days ago
    You seem so determined this time; keep up the good work!
    1901 days ago
    I use to walk everyday on my lunch, however due to weather I don't. I miss not having a indoor mall close to my work. I use to love mall walking and looking on my lunch.
    1901 days ago
    Sounds like a great plan, to still do your lunch time walks. If your husband decides not to walk, then you're still good. If he does, then you're just getting more exercise! It's a win/win situation! Good job, you're really racking up those miles!

    1901 days ago
    emoticon idea!
    1901 days ago
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    YEP I Agree it is fun to have someonee to walk with
    1901 days ago
    How fortunate to have a walking partner though--even though one can be a pain in the...back sometimes, but I would sure love some company on my walks.

    1901 days ago
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