Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Well, today was a good day AND I have followers!! Yipee....went for a walk this afternoon with Jamie and took some pictures along the way out and then walked back at a quicker pace which was also nice. Had a very healthy dinner of bbq'd chicken, steamed spinach and greek salad...I then went for another walk with Joe and Lilly around the block after dinner. Now, I am going to prepare myself a nice mug of warm milk and sit with my feet up. I have plans tomorrow to do lots of walking....it will be a big day for me. Walking over to my doctors and then having Jamie pick me up after the appt and we'll have a picnic lunch at the Preston arena and then head out along the grand river trail. So, if all goes well, my walk/hike tomorrow will be about 15 kms.....me thinks I will be tired tomorrow night!! Wish me luck, I am going to need it...hugs to all!

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tagsbylorna said...

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Phil said...

Good Luck.

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