Does this mean you and Orlando are having another secret rendezvous again? :)
Me and Orlando Manuel... and some lubricant. Sigh. Sometimes I wish I could have a motorized treadmill -- but on the other hand, the opportunities for smutty humor are endless :)
Well, you could hunt around on Craig's List after Christmas. Never know what you might find. :)
Nah... I'd need to rewire the house so that the old wiring could handle the new electronics :(
The old wiring can't handle the new electronics? Didn't you just inform us a few posts ago that your body is amazingly adaptable? What? Oh. I thought you were speaking euphemistically. Or something.I don't think it's possible to have cabin fever after a mere two days. Not unless the snow has piled up to a depth so that it blocks all the windows.mionfau: common Lat. abrv. for "my own fault" -- most often used by residents of the PNW during winter months
[whine] It's been snowing for 5 days... [end whine]
You really don't get a lot of snow out there, do you? It doesn't matter how *long* it's been snowing. If you don't have to dig out your tires it doesn't count. Put your boots on and take a walk. There are few things more soothing spiritually, or energetic aerobically than walking in the snow. A whole nuther set of muscles. Your body is amazing, it will adapt. Nonessio: cute Italian workout coach who advocates snow walking for maximum fitness.
Soothing? Soothing???!!!I just spent 45 minutes playing chicken with drivers while I'm trying to cross the icy street and they're trying to mow me down.If that's your idea of soothing, then I do not think I'm ready to cope with walking in Washington D.C. anytime soon. Even with running shoes on.
You should move to Minneapolis -- they have an amazing skyway system. You can walk all over downtown without ever going outside. Plus it hardly ever snows there. In July.reacka: Merry's opinion of certain relatives
Well there's your problem, you don't wear running shoes to walk in the snow! consymen: cozy con men. They'll still take your money but you won't feel so bad about it.
Good therapists do prescribe exercise--it's just that few clients actually follow through and do it. Good for you!
That's good to know -- I think more doctors should prescribe it as well!
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