The allure of the water is deceiving. You figure you are at the ocean, bay or whatever. What do you forget about?
I have been doing longer walks with Kasia trying to burn up the calories. Now the problem is I have a pocket full of Kleenex I have to deal with while handling Kasia and her paraphernalia.
Sure, the flowers are a beautiful sight, and I always appreciate the view of them after the snow of winter.
I try to be good to my body with as much holistic medicine as I can get ahold of during allergy season. I figure that to throw chemicals down my throat isn’t really the relief I am looking for: as a matter of fact, I feel it is an invitation for y0ur body to start trouble where it currently may not have trouble. While I am doing the calorie counting, I feel more in tune with my body than I have in the past couple of years. So, for example, when I am congested, I use a saline wash to clean my nose out. That simple act puts the YOU in user friendly.
Well, speaking of walks, it’s time for my buddy/training partner, Kasia, and I to go and get some fresh air in our lungs and hang out together. We’ll hopefully enjoy it and come back worn out.
Remember the beautiful sunset yesterday?
What a difference a day makes.
“A winter’s day in a deep and dark December…” was a line from a Simon and Garfunkel song. That was certainly the way day broke. Now it’s after 9pm and as I type this, I look out the window and see the snowy yard.
Punxsutawney Phil said an early spring.
..with a morning with me getting dressed in a coma. End result? Two different colored blue socks now reside on my feet.
Left my Iphone at the house, and my nephew Greg couldn’t find it, although to his credit, he did give it the old college try.
My lower back is on the verge of rebelling against the rest of my body.
People are awfully LOUD today…it may blizzard later tomorrow, but they are acting like it’s a snow day here.
Kasia is making her way around ok: she’s taking her medicine and actually listening to people for a change.
The rest of the family is hanging in there.
I guess it’s a wash. LOL
We had some weather early this morning: there were snow flurries.
I decided to stretch my legs at lunchtime and go out for a walk and it was very faintly drizzling.
Now, I realize I know a little about weather, and how fronts move to and fro BUT weather never bothered me
until I had my new knees. Now, as I take tentative steps on slippery slate or bricks, I’m busy putting in my
head,” Don’tfall..Don’tfall..Don’tfall…Don’tfall..Don’tfall…Don’tfall…metal will stick out of your knees…metal will stick out of your knees..
.metal will stick out of your knees…metal will stick out of your knees…metal will stick out of your knees..
…you catch my drift.
Of course I am working later tonight and I have visions of icy sidewalks dancing in my head.
Here’s hoping to handle getting home in one piece.