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A Day on Columbine's Roller Coaster!

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

After burying myself in genealogy research for days, I finally forced myself to the gym today. I'm n-o-t a "gym rat." But I always leave feeling bubbly, refreshed and proud. Next was my "yoga for active seniors" class. What a great workout wrapping up with 10 minutes of unbelievable relaxation.

Then....DH wanted to try out a new pizza place. I haven't had pizza in a year, soooo .. you guessed 'er, Chester! And then, because it was sooo spicy, we really "needed" something cool down. To the ice cream joint. I had raspberry sorbet.

Then I walked a mile home.

Tomorrow: Lunch out en route to meeting friends to visit beautiful gardens and then.....dinner out w/ friends. H-E-L-P ! Does Dramamine help on a roller coaster ride?!!
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    I've always LOVED roller coasters. Heck, gotta have SOME fun!
    2343 days ago
    It sounds like you have lots of wonderful fun planned...enjoy and do the best you can to eat well. Life is for living!
    2384 days ago
    Good for you on the gym and yoga! And hey -- if you haven't had pizza for a year, you've gotta be OK with that! You're not supposed to DEPRIVE yourself! Same with the ice cream! My kids and I stopped for ice cream after school today after I made my daughter practice parallel parking. (she did a great job!)
    2384 days ago
    Eating out is hard for me to
    2385 days ago
  • LIS193
    Way to go getting to the gym and doing yoga!!
    2385 days ago
    I'm stompin' proud of you for heading to the gym, eating pizza in moderation and choosing the lower fat sorbet over a banana split! . .That's my perspective. Lol! emoticon Go Nancy! . . . : : : emoticon keep the fitness coming and enjoy life! emoticon
    2385 days ago
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