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The road to hell is paved with good intentions

I had every intention of throwing a post up yesterday sometime, but the day got away from me. A lot happened, most of which I can't really talk about yet.

I had an unusual walk in the morning. Knowing I had to leave for an appointment at 1 p.m., I was on a schedule and walked quite briskly (for me, anyway). A little past the halfway point I felt like someone or something pushed my right shoulder. I stumbled to my left and felt very dizzy for a few seconds. I remember shaking my head, like you would to get the cobwebs out, and continuing on. But I didn't get very far.

I had my cell phone with me and, thankfully, it worked from the little valley I was in. I called my husband to come get me, and I've been fine ever since. My goals are pretty much shot for this month. I don't think I can make up the five days I missed, but I'm going to try. Yesterday's 49 minutes didn't help erase my deficit.

We noticed a flat tire on my husband's car when we got back, so we have to take care of that this morning. I'm going to make time to walk first, though. Another busy couple of days looming.

I hope you're acting on your good intentions. I'm sure going to try!

Comments

gingersnapper said…
What in the world is going on with the right shoulder/dizziness thing? Was it just the over-exertion? You be careful of yourself, girl, if you fall down those cows will be on you like vultures on roadkill.
Catherine said…
Do you know why you were dizzy? Have you been to the doctor?

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