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Survived ten minutes

Thursday, March 11, 2010

I decided to do ten minutes of cardio today, and I survived! That felt good. I would like to do more tonight, and I was even starting to flirt with the idea of going to part of a pilates class when I came to my senses. Got to go slow. As long as the palsy is still affecting my eye and face, no heroic measures! I've learned that lesson! So, ten minutes was good, and I'll try to do ten minutes again tomorrow.
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  • TEDDYTEDDY
    I wanted to go to yoga class but if I got down on the floor they would need a crane to get me up so I decided against it. Maybe some day there might be a "chair yoga" class. LOL
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  • SMILINDI
    Hooray for you! 10 minutes is truly a great success~as well as the fact that you realize where other health issues are underlying there may be some limitations, that are in your best interest. Am curious about your palazy....Bellspalzy(sp?). If this is what you are referring to did it occur because of pushing yourself too hard? I am like the energizer bunny...maybe an education as such would be the only thing in my 39 years of life that would actually make me take out one of my batteries for a bit every now and then. Let me know if you wouldnt mind. Thinking of you with a warm heart, and cheers for the 10 minutes you accomplished. Love your sense of humor...ha...you are great!

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    4053 days ago
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  • PAMMAX64
    I am impressed Mary! Good idea to start slow and see what your body tells you tomorrow. That light at the end of the tunnel is starting to show itself!
    4053 days ago
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  • GOCELTICSGO
    Way to go! emoticon
    4053 days ago
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