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Snowmaggeden

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Here in NC a snow/ice event is a big deal. emoticon I work at a major hospital and we were told to stay at home yesterday. That's right...only critical personnel should venture in...and they get to spend the night. I'm so thankful for a job in which I can work from home! I was able to access all hospital applications, answer patient phone calls,refill prescriptions, etc. it was nice!

Where I live, the snow event was more of an ice event...the worst! Luckily, we have not lost power...and if we do, our generator will kick on automatically. That being said, I plan to up my indoor activity today. Namely, my workout will include the stationary bike, treadmill (on an incline), and strength training. emoticon I have several shows that I DVR'd which I only watch when I'm working out. Things like Biggest Loser, Extreme Weight Loss, and American Idol. Sometimes I plug my phone into my treadmill and listen to my favorite stations on Pandora. All of these things help to pass the time on what could be a monotonous workout.

Next week the snow/ice will melt as we expect return to 50degrees. Maybe next weekend I can hike outdoors and get some fresh air! I am also considering joining a gym...I love aerobics class, yoga, etc. they really stimulate me and feel good!

Snowmaggeden won't get this Girl down! emoticon
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  • LJCANNON
    emoticon Weather can keep you down ONLY if you let it. It sounds as if you've got a Great Plan.
    emoticon Still praying that Snowmagedden does not get as bad as the Weather Dudes have predicted.
    1939 days ago
  • TPETRIE
    emoticon Storms are good days to stay inside. We get energy to move.
    1939 days ago
  • OOOMAC
    Hang in there! go outside and play!
    1939 days ago
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