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Menorflexion; Alpha-Betting Resilience

Yesterday saw the letter "V" in the Martha Simpson affirmation alphabet. (Please note that this series has been given its own label here, of 'ABReflctions'.)


With "W" we are again pointed to the necessity of exercise and movement! I am one who is challenged in the best of times, due to arthritis, but I do love to have a bop to Bhangra and I do have my exercise pedals... and I do actually love a walk, even if I can't go very far these days!




13 comments:

  1. No need to tell the Gail and Bertie household to go for walks!

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  2. I say ditto to Bertie and Gail....B and I are avid walkers....good for the mind, body and soul
    Hugs HiC

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  3. Walking is a must here, both for the dogs and for the human. I could walk for miles and miles if it weren't for the darn hills. With three dogs, I must say I do get my exercise. But maybe not today - hot and humid followed by much cooler days starting tomorrow. Bring it on.

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  4. I keep telling myself over and over I need and should walk

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  5. These days walking has been difficult. I tore my Achilles tendon last year at the beginning of the move back to Midway. It was a horrible year and I will not get a chance to get it looked at until next week. I used to love walking and I am so looking forward to being able to walk again.
    |Thanks for this series, I have been learning a lot
    Barb

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  6. On that note we are off for a walk.

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  7. Out walking this morning with Bertie, I found myself trying to guess which word beginning with 'x' will come next!
    Cheers, Gail.

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  8. We just got back from our walk where we saw the beginnings of autumn color. The air smells so wonderful and will only get better as autumn progresses.

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  9. Before the pandemic we were going to the YMCA and swimming in the pool 5 days a week and 6 days a week I was walking my mile. For the past 6 months I think I have walked maybe six times. And we got went 4 months without going to the swimming pool and now for 2 months we go 3 days a week and this morning we were discussing that we need to go back to five days a week because we don't do anything else but so far we haven't done it

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  10. We love to walk here. The plan this afternoon is to go in the woods behind the house.

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  11. We love to walk in our very large back yard. There is lots to explore and as always lots of interesting flowers and plants to enjoy.

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  12. My, my. I can see by my Fitbit step counter I did walk on Sunday early afternoon. Now if I could only remember if I was inside or outside. When I do laundry I fold or hang each piece as I walk to where it is to be placed. I keep that walking going till all is put away properly. Even in my small apartment the steps add up some days over 2 miles, 3 - 4 km. Keeps the old gal movin'. When I can do outdoor walking it seems to have a deeper positive affect on my mental state.
    namaste, janice xx

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