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Off to Dubai, UAE

Saturday, November 07, 2020



I have packed my emoticon and the emoticon this week is headed to Dubai, UAE.

I should burn a lot of calories taking a walk in this sand!!!



Recap of my time in Tromso, Norway...

Due to doctor appointments my routine was interrupted. I do have some surgery scheduled and my primary care doctor thought I needed to go to a cardiologist to get clearance because the EKG in the past indicated that I might have had a heart attack sometime in the past. Such a scary thing to think that you could have had a heart attack and not know it. The cardiologist did confirm that this so he scheduled another appointment the next day for a cardioechogram. Yesterday, I received the news -- I have not had a heart attack in the past and my heart is healthy enough for surgery. emoticon

I am still tracking my food every day and making some changes to help the scale move in the right direction. I do have a tendency to fall into the thinking that exercise can take care of my poor food choices. I do not know when I am going to learn the healthy food choices first and then exercise.

I think I will head back to the plane for some exercise. emoticon emoticon emoticon and dream about taking a camel ride in Dubai.



رحلات آمنة (Safe Travels in Arabic)





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  • JOYNEW
    Safe travels!
    80 days ago
  • no profile photo MLR_00
    Stay safe, stay healthy
    80 days ago
  • PATRICIA-CR
    WOW, that was scary but with an emoticon outcome emoticon Regarding food vs exercise, I'm with you there... Not what it's supposed to be but our good health, in spite of our bad food choices, is due to the exercise we do. Just the silver lining of the situation we need to correct emoticon Have a super satisfying weekend doing all that makes you happy. emoticon
    80 days ago
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