I completed my first round of fitness evaluation with the Kinesiologist the other day. I learned how to use the various torture machines they have in their gym. My foot is still bothering me so we had to keep it short, but her evaluation was the same. I was fat and out of shape; or words to that effect.
My objective is to start at 2 days a week, then move up to three when my foot has had a chance to heal. Overall I did enjoy the machines since they do a lot of the work for you. The only one I didn’t like was the exercise bicycle because I could not find a comfortable position on the seat. A common occurrence I have been told.
I go in again next Tuesday. I will still be full of turkey. That should be fun.
Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate this weekend!
Are we ready for Fall?
Please give me a reason, to
Prepare for the season
Leaves are beginning to turn
Endless beauty of amber and gold
Colors of fall, a sight to behold
I feel my heart will never learn
Dare I go back to another time?
Endless memories when you were mine,
Renders me sad, renders me blue
So now that you’re gone
And I must continue on
No more memories, no more you
Gathering thoughts for the reason, to
Ready myself for the season
I am ready for Fall
And knowing we’re through
A fun recipe to ready myself for the season -Apple Cider Sangria
It’s crisp, light and refreshing. A perfect seasonal cocktail.
- 1 bottle or 750 ml of Moscato wine (semi-sweet white wine)
- 1 cup light rum
- 1 ½ cups…
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We can’t keep labeling people who commit heinous acts of violence with the same term used for one in four people in this county with mental health conditions.
How are we labeling these violent, heartless killers with the with the same term (“mental illness”) that is used to describe people like Robin Williams and Kay Redfield Jamison (brilliant psychiatrist and author with bipolar disorder) and the many wonderful, compassionate, kind, thriving members of our community? Continues……
Dear World, We Are Not Monsters- Mental Illness, Media, Stigma
Well I had my first meeting with the Nurse yesterday. With my Doctor’s blessings, I have joined the Get Fit program. I start by having to offer up myself up to weights, measurements, blood tests, and cardio tests.
I am not saying I don’t need all of this, I signed up with my free will. I have lost over 60 lbs. this year so far. I just need a bit more of a push to lose the other 60 or so lbs.
Yesterday were meetings with the Nurse, Nutritionist, and Kinesiologist. That was a barrel of laughs. One to question me, one to make me feel guilty about what I am eating, and one to torture me on the fitness equipment. Fun wow. But, I have brought this down on myself for my own good. My Doctor will be happy.
I will keep you posted as this goes along.
I just found out that all my posts were being sent to my Facebook page. This is fine , I guess. It just opens my audience up a heck of a lot wider. It also means that people that I would never have read my blog are. Not a serious problem I guess. I haven’t told that many lies : ) .
The other surprise was I found out I have been broadcasting posts on ” Linkdin ” too. That one I had to stop, I meet professional colleagues on that one.
The moral of my story is be careful what box you click.
My cell phone is in it’s last throws of agony. It is breaking down beyond my tolerable levels. Now, I have to go through the painful process of buying a new one.
I know very little about the new cell phones. but because my contract was up over a year ago, apparently the new phone will be free. I want to keep my old one as it has over 1200 songs on it. (I know…I know).
I am a die hard iPhone user. Simply because I have an iPad and use iTunes, It all fits together. I have finally grasped the workings of the “i Language” I don’t want to learn “Android”. It all sounds like too complicated to me.
My Daughter is a Cell phone pro so she is going to take me phone shopping next week. She is an “i Person” so she can get me the best deal.
Sounds like a great Idea
What is this about?
I have just returned to WordPress and I see that there still is no smartphone adaption.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Must Not Fail.”
The 3 things in my life I must not fail are my children. Calling them children at their age is a bit silly. They are all in their early twenties. I can still help out now and then and they know Dad is always there for them.
I am feeling much better today. Thanks for the suggestions. It is good to know I have some caring friends out there.