I am feeling better. My throat didn't bother me so much today.
Went to another Chamber Luncheon today, and I wore the same dress pants that I wore to last month's luncheon. What was cool is that last month they were tight. This month they were extremely loose. Talk about a non-scale victory!
Also, I called the doc's office today and asked about working out while on antibiotics, and they said as long as I feel up to it, go for it. SWEET! So, tomorrow I will be doing my first real Bowflex workout. Andy IM'd me this afternoon and said he's gonna need the additional 50 lb bands soon. The unit will hold one additional set of 50 lb bands. I've got a lot of catching up to do, to reach Andy's level.
I filled out the paperwork to register for the October 10th Race for the Cure. This is exciting. My first race. - I'm not ready yet, and I don't know if I'll really be ready by Oct 10, but I'm gonna walk it no matter what. There's no time limit, so I'll just take my time. My primary objective on all of the races is to FINISH!
I watched The Biggest Loser tonight, and one of the contestants basically collapsed after running/jogging/walking a mile. They had to transport that poor lady via helicopter to the hospital, and she missed the entire first week of competition. Fortunately, her partner, Coach Mo, kept her (and him) in the competition by losing enough weight. Anyway, the lady that collapsed made one major mistake in her mile race. She went way over her physical capabilities by running the first part of the course, which included some major hills. She should have walked the first part of the course and saved the running for the last portion of the race.
Danny (our running/walking coach) preaches the tortoise and the hare story to us at our bi-weekly runs/walks.
Have a great Wednesday.