How are you doing these days, Rosie? I've been thinking of you so much and are hoping that you're doing ok and your knees are behaving and everything else! I have to keep working on getting these 10# off plus a little more that has accumulated over Winter! If it's not one thing, it's another, right? Have a great day and week-end. Hugs, Karen
I'm so sorry that you're so sore in your shoulders and neck. Ouch! Hopefully you'll feel some good relief soon. I've been doing pretty good. Sure miss the outside walking these days because of it being so super cold and icy. There's been at least 3x that I've started out to go to town and have turned around because of icy roads or finger drifts on the highway or once just getting stuck in our yard. It's been a very nasty winter, breaking records with the extreme cold. I try to get on my recumbent bike just about every day though. Today was 55 min. with 3 different times! And the eating has been pretty good too lately. We'll get out of our 170's soon, one way or another. We know what to do, that's for sure!
I know just what you mean about being cold! We've had way too many sub-zero temps. this Winter and so much snow and more blizzards then we can remember in one Winter. It's been a very tough one for us all along with the cattle and machinery and to keep all the vehicles starting, although that's hasn't been very much trouble because we must use them often enough. A person doesn't even want to go anyway much, with it being -20 degrees and with wind. It's around -12 degrees now and beautiful sun. But oh my, how the sun can be so deceiving!! I've been trying to track and eat well, but some days are so hard with this long Winter and not being able to walk outside. I know that I couldn't even be walking if it wasn't this cold because the roads are so terribly icy!! I did cave in to some Cheetos that were sitting around today but I counted them and will have to eat slim the rest of the day. More fruit and veggies and lean protein. We'll keep our chins up and make the best of each day, as we can. Hugs to you, Karen