Friday, July 24, 2009

Hmmm, well I almost didnt post a blog. I feel pretty tired and so I couldnt think of too much to say (my husband would find this hilarious and impossible lol). Anyway, blogging is like exercise ofr me...if I miss a day it means I am that much more likely to not start back again. So I have to post something. I will say I feel a little better. I weighed in 4lbs lighter today but we will see how that holds tomorrow. I hope it is real but I am not excited yet. I did the big block today for exercise. It is almost a mile. I have it tracked on the fitness map as .81 miles. So almost a full mile. Anyway, I was doing it in 17-18 minutes. The other day I did it in 15. It hurt, my legs burned, but I was so happy. So today I said I would do it again and be damned if I didnt. 15 minutes around pushing the stroller. That comes out to 3.2mph. I am happy with that. That means I have improved already. I am already seeing changes. Not in weight, but in speed...and it is just as exciting to me. Ok, thats it for tonight. Talk to you all tomorrow. :-)
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  • PATTYS74
    Hey Cheryl,
    Back from my road Ashley didn't get a job jet but we had a great time. She was a little bummed though. She has in over 20 applications and nothig yet. Told her we have to keep praying. Any glad to hear your progress. You are getting uip there. I sure hope the 4 pounds holds.I be tit will with the new activity. You are doing so good. The walking might help the periods too. talk again tomorrow keep up the good work emoticon
    4349 days ago
    Way to go, Cheryl. Keep it up and you'll keep seeing results.
    4350 days ago
  • GODDESS1011
    Good for you
    4350 days ago
    I'm over here in your corner cheering you on. You get an A for determination! Good for you..
    4350 days ago
    Good progress but even better attitude. :) -- Lou
    4350 days ago
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