17 days in, and I’m still moving, as encouraged to by my 88 year old Dad, and some buddies on here for #MOVEmber . It hasn’t been easy, but it’s been worth it.
I had to change the seat. Twice.
I had to carve out some time to do just that, instead of sitting on the couch surfing the www.
I had to actually make a plan, and stick to it, and let others around me know so they’d help keep me accountable.
So far, so good. My energy level is UP UP UP. SuperDave actually said yesterday, after following me from room to room seeing the completion (that’s right, I actually FINISHED something) of some projects I’ve been meaning to get to for the longest, and tired from watching me,
He actually said, “SIT DOWN, Woman. Right now I’d like to see the lethargic Bobbie back for a few minutes.”
So I did. I sat down, in the rocking chair, and watched him ride for 30 minutes. 🙂
“Meet the future; the future mode of transportation for this weary Western world. Now I’m not gonna make a lot of extravagant claims for this little machine. Sure, it’ll change your whole life for the better, but that’s all.”
Bicycle salesman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969