Oh, look at us lovies! We are really something. First of all, I want to commend you because you are here! Though some of you are still lurking. Speak up! It's only us folks who support one another, and if we ever needed each other on a journey, it's right now.
This week's memory verse is one that will serve us as well as the first week's. It is Hebrews 12:11: "For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant; later it yield's the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it." That's the kind of fruit I want to eat several daily portions of!
This week is about being mindful of our movement. It will be helpful for those of us who can to get a hold of one of those pedometers to do so, or to simply begin to log in some daily exercise. Dr. Oz recommends a daily half-hour. That's doable for most of us, and look at it this way, you can break it down into ten minute increments if you want to.
I have to confess, last week wasn't so great. I started out okay, but remember that trip to Breckenridge? Well... I got really sick. Not fibromyalgia sick. Friday morning, as I was preparing to leave, I kept sneezing. By the time I arrived I had what I thought was a cold, which turned into nasty sinus and ear, infections, along with a wicked sore throat. I spent the majority of my time in Breckenridge asleep (but when I was awake I basked in delightful company. I was the baby in the bunch, and boy did those God divas ever inspire me! And may I say, I want to be like them when I grow up!) But I came home feeling worse! Finally, I went to the doctor yesterday, and spent the rest of the day and today mostly in bed. I'm emerging from my coma. I can almost hear, and my energy is picking up, though I'm mighty migrainey, so you'll pardon me if I take it a little easy until I feel better. I return to work tomorrow, and back to the program. On the bright side, being sick did wonders for my weigh in!
Okay, again, migrainy. I'm going to rest a bit. Sorry I've been so quiet. I love you!