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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Had big plans for today. Get to market early and replenish the fruit n vegs, get to Pilates in the Park, come home do a mani/pedi. Well, when I plan, most times my spontaneous twin takes over. Well this morning was different..

Kiyah woke me at about 630, but when I opened my eyes-OMGosh-I could feel the beginning of a migraine!!! So my loving hubby let the pups out and told to go back to sleep and he would handle the market shopping. I loved that man!!!

So when I woke again, at 10a, my migraine had dissipated to a bad headache and was threatening me with escalation if I got out of bed. The rational me said, "you cant lay in bed today. You have not worked out since Zumba Wednesday night!" "Get yo butt up, now!!! You KNOW you will feel soooo much better!" I laid there for a second when I heard my hubby (who is RARELY ill or still) come in from the market and the decision was made. I got up showered and had an AWESOME time at pilates in the park!

Today reinforced what I already knew to be true~the exercise that I do when I really don't fell well or don't want to work out are generally the best! I have such a sense of accomplishment and guess what? My movement and activity scared the migraine/headache away. So as I end my day, I reflect on the events-It was a really good day!

Hope your journey to day was full of wonderful things, smiles and movement!!! Jah blez!

peace n bleszings
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    I thought you were going to say you stayed in bed the rest of the day...or that you got up and immediately felt the horrible pain of your headache coming back with a vengeance. But, no! You had a wonderful day! That's great!


    DeAnne, Missourians Team
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