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Random Harvest?

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Today's movie was "Random Harvest" with Ronald Coleman and Greer Garson. I walked to this one for 13,000 steps. Boring movie and I will probably never watch it again. I was quite disappointed since I just adore Ronald Coleman in "Lost Horizon" so I was really anticipating I would like this one. I think this is my first movie with Greer Garson in it, at least I don't remember seeing her before.

Feeling really good today. No problems with my knee so far. I am trying to take it easy and not do too much. I'm still on track to reach my 400,000 steps for January even with doing the lower step count for the rest of the month. This is an important goal for me because last month was the first time I was able to actually reach this goal. I really think having these goals has really, really helped keep me motivated.
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    I love old movies, that is one I have not seen. Keep walking, you will attain your goal. Great news about your knee. emoticon
    1557 days ago
    Glad your knee is better. You are doing great.
    1557 days ago
    Well, at least you got a good walk out of it!
    1557 days ago
    I hardly ever remember the names of the old movies I have seen, but I'm pretty sure I like Greer Garson as an actress. The most recent old movie I watched was "The Women" -- the entire movie was women only (though they talked about men a LOT!). I thought it was an interesting concept. My favourite scenes were in a spa where it showed what upper class women did for fitness back then. Too funny!
    1558 days ago
    Wow! That is a lot of steps! I hope your knee continues not to give you trouble.
    1558 days ago
    Very well done my friend. I do not doubt you'll reach your monthly goal step while enjoying the oldies and goodies of Hollywood. emoticon emoticon
    1558 days ago
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