Since this was the 'walking group', I checked here for my first peek at the message boards. Walking is a part of my life - 3 miles every morning that I can - and I listen to books as my eyes (at 73) are too dry to read for lengthy periods. I average two to three books a week this way between my walking, and just listening when I'm ironing or cooking. Right now I'm reading "Killing Lincoln" (listening to), with about six more on the MP3 player. Love to check out "Goodreads" for ideas and reviews, too. I tend to read more historical novels and thriller/suspense types. I've been on a PD James kick recently and am waiting for her newest one to come up from our library. The reviews were tremendous.
One step at a time.
current weight: 146.0
Fitness Minutes: (71,169)
5,285 1/9/12 11:20 A
Working it out: A journey of Love Loss and Hope by Abby Rike I am about halfway through it but it is a great book so far.(tear jerker for sure) Abby was on the Biggest Loser a few seasons ago. She writes about how she has handled the death of her husband and children due to a car accident. a great read so far.
I'm no model lady. A model's just an imitation of the real thing. ~ Mae West
“And will you succeed? Yes indeed, yes indeed! Ninety-eight and three-quarters percent guaranteed!” ~ Dr. Seuss
"I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best." ~ Marilyn Monroe
The Broken Cord, Aspergirls, Pushed, The Female Body Breakthrough, The Whole Brain Child, The Viral Storm, Climate Coup, World War Z and The Wilder Life . . . I'm ADD so I like to read more than one book at once, esp. when they are non-fiction. (Only WWZ in that list is fiction).