barbiecat wrote: »
Rob and Steve, Your walks sound quite impressive. My walks are almost always in my own neighborhood with a view of the Olympic Mountains. My claim to fame is consistency. I walk every morning no matter what the weather....I was slowed only following spine surgery in 2016 when I could walk only in the house with a walker for about 10 days.Josephine, all your yard work sounds great. Unlike walking, when you finish a session of yardwork, everyone can see how hard you worked. I just listened to a podcast where people shared what goodies they bought for their "doomsday pantry" and I realized that I am continuing to eat exactly as I did before the lock down. That is clearly a NSV (non scale victory) for me. Barbie in NW WA
lynnchristy wrote: »
Good morning 60 & uppers I just got on the scale and I am down another 2.2 pounds YAY... I missed my March goal weight by one pound, but I am happy with my body finally letting go of the weight We have to make a run to the bank and store... I will try to make it back later on.
Welcome to any new folks
Have a blessed day everyone
Shout out to my friends
alligatorob wrote: »
Did a good hike yesterday, just went from home and stayed on the more open mountain side. It was steep and without trail, but not so rough as the canyon trails. I got 3.8 miles with 925 ft of elevation gain. A good day. Some pictures from the hike.
n2gardens56 wrote: »
Checking in and catching up with everyone. Working at home today, but was a little down & sad, cloudy day, now it has started raining and I "was" going to go for lunch hike (oh well). Just completed two yoga workouts online, one for Depression and another for Calming. Really helped, feel much better and grateful. Our Gov. urged working at home yesterday (VA) and my co-worker will not do it, which makes me feel guilty when I work from home. Of course there is not much to do from home, but my work load has really decreased because of the virus. I think I will just start using more vacation time to eliminate some of the guilt. I am having a hard time when going to the local grocery store, I wait to make a trip, but then arrive and they do not have anything. I feel like I am wasting my time being exposed for nothing. May venture over the mountain for a larger grocery store? Still hanging in there but out of fresh produce and even frozen veggies. Oh, and I have been stress baking for a few nights, very healthy cookies etc, but still adds many additional calories. My weigh in on Saturday was up 3 lbs... Got to rein in my emotional eating!!! Everyone have a great afternoon, really depend on each of you to keep me on track and have a community. Thanks
josephinebowman wrote: »
April and yuck, in the 40s, high barely 50. Sun is out but at 5 pm, that isn't going to heat us up. Sorry to read of the one with CV-19 and also the co-worker who works from the office. Well, the only event today was my son saw a beaver on our little walk. As far as I know, there are no beavers here and I tried to tell him it was a groundhog. A couple came right up and asked what he saw and I wanted to tell them back away but said nothing. Planted lettuce seeds just 2 days ago so not yet but my peas make me happy.
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