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This morning I was a runner!

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

I did something this morning I thought I would have a difficult time doing...I ran. It was actually quite easy if I took it easy and not push myself. I thought about Botzzz every time I took on a hill and that kept me going and thank you, Botzzz. It is 9:30 and I still have that buzz going and I love it.

The Nike+ website had their new features up and going today so that has been fun exploring them. I started my own Nike+ challenge this morning and it is walking/running from home to Disney World. I am giving myself one year to do it so we shall see.

We will be leaving Thursday to head down to SE Missouri to see Jim's folks so I am already dreading not getting my walks in. The reason I don't want to walk/run while we are visiting is they are in the middle of NOWHERE and I am talking NOWHERE, plus the fact that there are too many copperheads and critters lurking everywhere. If I do it EARLY Thursday morning and then Sunday afternoon after we get home, that is only two days missed. I WILL keep the momentum up with those two days off. I am feeling way too good to stop now!

I hope all of my Sparktastic Spark friends have a wonderful day today and DRINK YOUR WATER!


eta...I was at an all time low (this time around) on the scale this morning to boot!!!
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    emoticon Good for you. Thats what we love "motivation", and you have it. Have a good trip. emoticon
    4305 days ago
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    Congratulations on running and your weight loss. I'm going to check out that Nike site. It sounds like fun.
    Have a great time at your in-laws :)
    4306 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/30/2009 12:27:46 PM
    Why can't you get your walks in while you're at your inlaws? I plan on bringing my sneaks with my on our cruise.

    4306 days ago
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