SP Premium
KIMPY225
100,000-149,999 SparkPoints 125,812
SparkPoints
 

Why my Life is Wonderful Reason #125

Friday, August 31, 2012

My manager said I could walk to the bank today. It is gorgeous outside! I saw a fuzzy walking on the sidewalk so I moved him to the grass. It is a great day to be alive. Every day is!

I think we are getting out of work early today too! I am hoping I can get my X-ray done for my thumb/wrist after. The facility I have to go to is only open M-F 8-4 and I work M-F 830-530! So hopefully I can squeeze it in today and be done with it. Otherwise I will have to work through lunch a couple of days and go into work late or leave early one day.

I am still excited about kayaking tomorrow. Hopefully I don't fall in the water. I am not scared of the water, I just am worried I won't be able to get back into the kayak!

The other day I ordered a running belt from the internet. It has two water bottles and a pouch. I am hoping that motivates me to start my 5K training program. I should start getting up earlier to do it. That means I have to start going to bed earlier. I know I can do it- I just have to do it! Also, I am thinking about getting a cheap Timex or other digital watch to help with the timing. When I was younger I used to always wear a Shark watch! Man, I miss those =)

I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday. Even if you are working, try to stay happy! and KEEP SPARKING!! Don't give up!

Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • OLIVIANIGHT
    A running belt would be awesome! I've dropped my water bottle so many times...
    I hope you get your X-ray sorted soon, and that you have fun kayaking. I've never tried that before. Bet it's a good workout.
    2891 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2634232
    Love your awesome attitude! Enjoy your weekend & stay dry.
    2894 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7773457
    emoticon Have fun kayaking.
    2894 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.