WOMEN AGES 50+ FOR NOVEMBER 2020

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  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 21,108 Member
    Review ... (Distances include cycling + walking + a bit of rowing)
    Mar-15 … 489.8 km (304.3 miles) = 38 hours 4 min
    Apr-15 … 491.94 km (305.6 miles) = 43 hours 6 min
    May-15 … 361.81 km (224.8 miles) = 35 hours 50 min
    Jun-15 … 569.53 km (353.9 miles) = 41 hours 53 min
    Jul-15 … 230.7 km (143.35 miles) = 32 hours 45 min
    Aug-15 … 211.3 km (131.3 miles) = 28 hours 8 min
    Sep-15 … 306.7 km (190.6 miles) = 35 hour 2 min
    Oct-15 … 441.82 km (274.5 miles) = 47 hours 43 min
    Nov-15 … 660.21 km (410.23 miles) = 60 hours 41 min
    Dec-15 … 499.91 km (282.8 miles) = 54 hours 56 min
    Jan-16 … 864.79 km (537.35 miles) = 65 hours 36 min
    Feb-16 … 470.53 km (292.4 miles) = 40 hours 39 min
    Mar-16 … 917.73 km (570.2 miles) = 66 hours 13 min
    Apr-16 … 417.83 km (259.6 miles) = 40 hours 23 min
    May-16 … 267.09 km (165.9 miles) = 36 hours 10 min
    Jun-16 … 552.1 km (343 miles) = 54 hours 48 min
    Jul-16 … 709 km (440.5 miles) = 60 hours 41 minutes
    Aug-16 … 775.9 km (482.1 miles) = 54 hours 52 minutes
    Sep-16 … 371.3 km (230.7 miles) = 32 hours 20 min
    Oct-16 … 649 km (403.3 miles) = 49 hours 46 min
    Nov-16 … 403 km (250.4 miles) = 52 hours 16 min
    Dec-16 … 511.05 km (317.55 miles) = 52 hours 2 min
    Jan-17 … 741.9 km (461.0 miles) = 70 hours 3 min
    Feb-17 … 600.5 km (373.1 miles) = 57 hours 30 min
    Mar-17 … 1113.2 km (691.7 miles) = 78 hours 25 min
    Apr-17 … 1181.9 km (734.4 miles) = 76 hours 45 min
    May-17 … 426.6 km (265.1 miles) = 39 hours 21 min
    Jun-17 … 575.7 km (357.7 miles) = 41 hours 53 min
    Jul-17 … 714 km (443.7 miles) = 52 hours 23 min
    Aug-17 … 475.8 km (295.6 miles) = 38 hours 41 min
    Sep-17 … 455.5 km (283 miles) = 41 hours 25 min
    Oct-17 … 647.1 km (402.1 miles) = 57 hours 19 min
    Nov-17 … 427.0 km (265.3 miles) = 50 hours 4 min
    Dec-17 … 553.5 km (343.9 miles) = 52 hours 12 min
    Jan-18 … 590.2 km (366.7 miles) = 57 hours 49 min
    Feb-18 … 826.9 km (513.8 miles) = 57 hours 35 min
    Mar-18 … 582.01 km (361.6 miles) = 50 hours 11 min
    Apr-18 … 176.23 km (109.5 miles) = 29 hours 47 min
    May -18 … 167.6 km (104.1 miles) = 29 hours 08 min
    June-18 … 349.9 km (217.4 miles) = 36 hours 58 minutes
    July-18 ... 324.2 km (201.5 miles) = 24 hours 26 minutes
    Aug-18 ... 210.1 km (130.6 miles) = 25 hours 59 minutes
    Sep-18 ... 261.7 km (162.6 miles) = 25 hours 11 minutes
    Oct-18 ... 230.8 km (143.4 miles) = 30 hours 15 minutes
    Nov-18 ... 216.8 km (134.7 miles) = 30 hours 3 minutes
    Dec-18 ... 285.2 km (177.2 miles) = 37 hours 49 minutes
    Jan-19 ... 241.6 km (150.1 miles) = 27 hours 2 minutes
    Feb-19 ... 175.5 km (109 miles) = 19 hours 8 minutes
    Mar-19 ... 170.3 km (105.8 miles) = 28 hours 21 minutes
    Apr-19 ... 160.3 km (99.6 miles) = 25 hours 4 minutes
    May-19 ... 164.0 km (101.9 miles) = 29 hours 10 minutes
    Jun-19 ... 246.2 km (153 miles) = 25 hours 40 minutes
    Jul-19 ... 217.3 km (135.0 miles) = 33 hours 45 minutes
    Aug-19 ... 162.5 km (100.9 miles) = 28 hours 4 minutes
    Sep-19 ... 136.0 km (84.5 miles) = 23 hours 10 minutes
    Oct-19 ... 196.5 km (122.1 miles) = 31 hours 27 minutes
    Nov-19 ... 155.5 km (96.6 miles) = 25 hours 01 minutes
    Dec-19 ... 203.7 km (126.6 miles) = 26 hours 54 minutes
    Jan-20 ... 304.4 km (189.2 miles) = 32 hours 49 minutes
    Feb-20 ... 248.6 km (154.5 miles) = 34 hours 50 minutes
    Mar-20 ... 148.3 km (92.2 miles) = 30 hours 12 minutes
    Apr-20 ... 171.9 km (106.8 miles) = 19 hours 28 minutes
    May-20 ... 183.7 km (114.1 miles) = 20 hours 49 minutes
    Jun-20 ... 130.9 km (81.3 miles) = 18 hours 50 minutes
    Jul-20 ... 41.8 km (26 miles) = 9 hours 8 minutes
    Aug-20 ...148.9 km (92.5 miles) = 21 hours 43 minutes
    Sep-20 ... 119.8 km (74.4 miles) = 23 hours 17 minutes
    Oct-20 ... 191.7 km (119.1 miles) = 23 hours 40 minutes

    Goal: More than ... Nov-19 ... 155.5 km (96.6 miles) = 25 hours 01 minutes

    Sunday, 1 November 2020 … 1.0 km walking + 50.2 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Monday, 2 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Tuesday, 3 November 2020 … 1.0 km walking + 12.4 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Wednesday, 4 November 2020 … 0.5 km walking + 9.4 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Thursday, 5 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 42.9 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Friday, 6 November 2020 … 3.0 km walking + 33.4 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Saturday, 7 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs

    Sunday, 8 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 11.1 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Monday, 9 November 2020 … 8.3 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Tuesday, 10 November 2020 … 5.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Wednesday, 11 November 2020 … 5.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 5 flights of stairs
    Thursday, 12 November 2020 … 3.5 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Friday, 13 November 2020 … 1.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Saturday, 14 November 2020 … 6.0 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs

    Sunday, 15 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Monday, 16 November 2020 … 3.7 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 5 flights of stairs
    Tuesday, 17 November 2020 … 10.7 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Wednesday, 18 November 2020 … 5.1 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 8 flights of stairs
    Thursday, 19 November 2020 … 2.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Friday, 20 November 2020 … 3.3 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 5 flights of stairs
    Saturday, 21 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 20.4 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs

    Sunday, 22 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 6.6 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Monday, 23 November 2020 … 1.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Tuesday, 24 November 2020 … 2.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs
    Wednesday, 25 November 2020 … 6.1 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 14 flights of stairs
    Thursday, 26 November 2020 … 6.6 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 8 flights of stairs
    Friday, 27 November 2020 … 1.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 5 flights of stairs
    Saturday, 28 November 2020 … 0.0 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs

    Sunday, 29 November 2020 … 3.6 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs
    Monday, 30 November 2020 … 1.8 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 4 flights of stairs


    2020 Monthly November
    Walking Distance (km): 86.6
    Walking Time (min): 1051.6
    Cycling Distance (km): 186.3
    Cycling Time (min): 635.9
    Flights Stairs Climbed Number: 86.0
    Flights Stairs Climbed Time (min): 68.8

    Totals
    Total Distance (km): 273.0
    Total Distance (miles): 169.6
    Total Time (min): 1756.3
    Total Time (hr): 29:16:19

    And feeling good!
  • pipcd34
    pipcd34 Posts: 13,864 Member
  • Peach1948
    Peach1948 Posts: 2,473 Member
    :o
  • Faetta
    Faetta Posts: 1,059 Member
    Tracey There are many reasons for snoring and finding the reason may be elusive. For hypnosis to be effective, the suggestion must address the cause directly. If you have a Clinical Psychologist PhD or MD that practices hypnosis or works with a licensed clinical hypnotist in your area, you might visit with them and see what they say. There are hypnosis tapes sold online that claim to stop snoring, but I am leary of hypnosis outside a clinical setting and especially if it is 'one suggestion that applies to all'. I also snore right as I go to sleep and for about 15 minutes, then it wakes me up choking and is from nasal drainage going down my throat. While there are medications that can stop this, they are dangerous for my wide-angle glaucoma. Hypnosis would be effective if your snoring is from a sleeping position and the suggestion keeps you from getting in that position. Snoring is a tough one to treat by any means.
  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 21,108 Member
    sh0tzz99 wrote: »
    My ER Trip:
    I did go to the ER, but alas, there is "Nothing we can do unless you're in hemorrhagic shock." Well I guess it's good I wasn't in that condition. In any case, I have to "live with it" for now. I have an appt. with a specialist on Friday. It needs to end. I cannot leave my house for more than a few minutes. I cannot exercise. Can't even bend over without getting light headed. I can't be in the kitchen long enough at one time to make dinner. I'm slightly anemic. I am taking iron supplements, but I think they cannot keep up. I am losing weight faster than is probably healthy.

    Tina

    I really hope you can get in to see a gynaecologist who will do full ultrasounds to see if there is anything to be concerned about. It sounds like there might be. Is the specialist you'll see on Friday a gyn?

    M in Oz
  • bananasandoranges
    bananasandoranges Posts: 2,405 Member
    (((Annie)))

    @auntiebk lived for 2 years in my 30s with significant other in an apartment lent by my significant other's mom (delighted to have us nearby after many years of not seeing her son much). Of course we were extremely grateful and there was a pretty family antique or two, but I would not have wanted to be totally surrounded by his mom's stuff very long term, as nice as it was. There's a whole vibe about family of origin stuff. Well I've often found significant other can be regressive around his family and possibly around family stuff.


    @Machka9 and Netflix?
  • Faetta
    Faetta Posts: 1,059 Member
    I had to look up "caution" in British slang. The only slang meaning I knew of "caution" was in High School when boys would say among themselves a girl was a caution if they might get their hands slapped for attempting to touch forbidden places. I like the British meaning also.
    ‘You are a caution’ means you crack me up with your humour 😂
    I keep forgetting that our sayings ar different 😂

    Yes, I was guessing that was what it meant but I looked it up and was delighted to learn it was a high compliment. Thank you! Making people laugh has been my goal since 1st grade in school. It never earned me great grades, honorable appreciation, or Valedictorian as it should have, but I did get lots of exercise walking to the principal's office.

  • cityjaneLondon
    cityjaneLondon Posts: 10,066 Member
    Did some writing this morning. o:)

    My Christmas present I ordered from DH to me turned up. I gave it straight to him, without opening it, to wrap. :D

    Chorizo and lentil stew tonight. <3 I might be spending the night upstairs. :o

    Covid numbers have gone down significantly nationwide over the lockdown. We come out on Wednesday and go into tiers. We are tier 2 here. Still can't see the grandchildren because Edie has had to quarantine because her teaching assistant has it. :'( Brighton and Hove is getting considerably lower, especially the over 65s. :)
    I feel very sorry about the local economy though.

    Love Heather UK xxxxxxxx
  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 21,108 Member


    @Machka9 and Netflix?

    Netflix??

    I think it might be available in Australia now but if so it's really new. I haven't looked into it at all. I don't know what would be involved in setting it up if it is available.

    M in Oz

  • barbiecat
    barbiecat Posts: 15,485 Member
    :)Tracey, if your house were in my neighborhood, I would admire it and tell my husband about it. It is cheery and personal. Walking after dark is a great experience for introverts like me or people like you who are surrounded by so many others at work and would like time alone. I am aiming to make my evening walk a scheduled event so I do it regularly. Right now the weather is perfect. I will have to rethink it on the nights that it is too icy for even my YakTrax.

    :) I enjoyed the curbside pickup of groceries so much yesterday that I woke up this morning thinking about what I might need so I could do it again.

    <3 Barbie in NW WA
  • Faetta
    Faetta Posts: 1,059 Member
    Bananas & Oranges I am thankful that the worker's rights activism is in my past. I was the Union Shop Steward for years for our center and when push came to shove, the guys always left me standing alone. I grew tired of filing and pleading their grievances just to have them cower when management retaliated.

    The story of your coffee date guy is the story of my romantic life. Guys never wanted to accept the total package which I admit would be hard to live with, but the idea of being a shadow date or mistress never appealed to me. It is out in the open or nothing. The one that really amazed me was a few years ago, a really nice guy that always left his cell at his house. I suspected he was seeing another woman. He was but it was his 85-year-old mother that had tracking on his phone and she wouldn't approve of me and he avoided being questioned by his mother why he was at a certain restaurant, etc., by just not having his cell with him. Did he not ever think of getting his own cell? Well, that would be hard to do since he shared a bank account with his mother. He thought I was cold for saying no to just coffee and a chat. I suggested he get professional help.
  • Peach1948
    Peach1948 Posts: 2,473 Member
    Barbara
    Prayers for Joe that he will have a wonderful success and a full recovery!

    Gloomy and Cold Day in Georgia
    Carol
  • Katla49
    Katla49 Posts: 9,762 Member
    Barbie: We tried curb side pick up one time. The food they brought us was all top quality. It was also more expensive than the choices we ordinarily make. We enjoyed it very much but haven’t done it again. :ohwell: We saw the beautiful full moon, too. Stunning! :star: I look forward to the new thread tomorrow, and thank you for it. It is a gift I value. :heart:

    Flea: It is nice to hear about your nearby subdivision’s food drive. It is a generous thing that they’re doing. :star: I’m sorry about the loss of your puppy. Your kitty is a cutie. Does she like to bat at the ornaments that are in her reach? :smiley:

    (((Tina:))) I hope your upcoming medical appointment will improve your situation. Machka’s suggestion about seeing a gyn has merit. :star:

    Heather: Local economy woes are likely repeated around the world in one version or another. Our local grocery stores, pharmacies, and hardware stores are open and currently well stocked. The visit I took at the store in the next town up the road was abysmal by comparison. I don’t plan to go there again in the near future. Our local Walmart was amazingly busy with low product availability. Our Safeway store had everything that I wanted to buy. Medium grain brown rice was my main objective and they had it in stock. YAY!!! On the other hand, the movie theater is closed again, and beauty shops are also closed again. Restaurants are open for curb side pickup. The bottom line is that we all have to live our way through this pandemic. :ohwell:

    Barbie: We have Yak Trax and I have no idea where they are. So far we haven’t even had a light frost. I doubt that will remain the case and it would be a good idea for me to hunt for the Yak Trax. Thanks for mentioning them. :flowerforyou:

    Barbara: Sending positive thoughts for your DH’s follow up appointment. :heart:

    Carol: I hope the gloom and cold eases away. We’re having a rainy morning.

    I want to start putting up Christmas lights at our place. They are all stored in the garage attic. I hope to have DH’s help. I plan to be at the top of the ladder sitting in the storage area and using a pully to send the boxes down to him. I anticipate that he will put the boxes on a table in the garage. Unfortunately, I didn’t see the table when I went into the garage to look for it.


    Katla in Beautiful NW Oregon
  • Faetta
    Faetta Posts: 1,059 Member
    edited November 2020
    Barbara Sending lots of positive thoughts for Joe and glad he is sharing. I sure hope his results from today are great. Encourage him to share more and be happy about it. Remind him that a few ladies on your fitness app also have glaucoma and it is in his best interest to talk in detail to you because the spin these ladies are putting on it is making him look less manly.

    Fae in windy, rainy, cold, North Central Or.
  • sh0tzz99
    sh0tzz99 Posts: 658 Member
    Heather - I love the starling photo. It gave me a little bit of cheer.

    Tina
  • kevrit
    kevrit Posts: 2,379 Member
    Thank you all for the virtual hugs and support concerning my daughter. I needed that. I did tell her not to call me if all she was going to do was “yell” at me. And yes, it’s best I try to redirect the conversations, but she is much like her father. Will continue to bring it up. I can only try and not give up. I will not give up on any of my children!

    Going to put up some decorations today to get rid of the gloom. Maybe bake keto goodies too!

    RV Rita

  • Katla49
    Katla49 Posts: 9,762 Member
    Rita: Decorations are a huge mood lifter. I hope they cheer you up.🎄🧑🏻‍🎄🎄
  • sh0tzz99
    sh0tzz99 Posts: 658 Member
    Machka9 wrote: »
    sh0tzz99 wrote: »

    Tina

    I really hope you can get in to see a gynaecologist who will do full ultrasounds to see if there is anything to be concerned about. It sounds like there might be. Is the specialist you'll see on Friday a gyn?

    M in Oz

    Well, I have an appt. at the gyn office. However, the particular doctor I'm seeing is not one I'm familiar with, nor is the ER doc, who knows most of them at that clinic. My goal was to get in the door as soon as possible. The doctor I like at that clinic is not available until late January.