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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Waking up this morning and finding out that it "felt like" -34C (-29F) did not inspire me to get out of bed and go to the gym. Something I felt bad about until Colin showed up early to get the things that he'd forgotten when he went back to his Dad's on Saturday.
This evening though I felt guilty for not doing anything active and went to the gym for BodyPump. It was good. Real good.
So! here are my charts for the last two days. I think all my decimals were in the right place this time.

Two more good things for today. 1) My friend Leanne told me that I inspired her to run today. 2) My step-daughter, Jessie, is going to be staying with us for a bit. I haven't had a lot of time to spend with her since her dad and I split up three years ago so I'm looking forward to the next two to three weeks. I just hope she remembers that I'm the strict one.
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  • no profile photo CD557571
    Tonight's windchill is forecast to be -48C and -50C by morning . . . When we are leaving for the South! Hoping we drive out of this in our first day. Great job on getting your butt to Body Pump.
    3482 days ago
    Good job for making it to the gym after all. It's so brutally cold right now -- even I couldn't bear to walk to work this morning. BTW, thanks for your comment on my running blog. It feels good to run again. Did 7K last night and loved every minute of it!

    3483 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1035627
    Great work! Yep, I'm still recovering from my cold, so I decided to take ONE more day to get better before getting back to it - but I'm absolutely going bonkers. Stupid Cold Weather.
    3483 days ago
  • NEPTUNE1939
    When its too cold to go outside I walk inside the house and do my cardio in the garage which is insulated. Have a great New Year, Earl
    3483 days ago
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