What are you all drinking?
<gets drink ready for Mr Shed to have later>
Busy day today - power walking group this morning, during which I did a bit of running (yay!), home to shower and change, then off to hospital to see speech therapist, then some food shopping, then home finally at about four pm. Zumba later this evening, after cooking and serving dinner.
For any hungry pub customers, tonight's menu is chicken and chorizo stew.
My wings need de-icing and my under carriage is frozen. The buns are solid too.
Is that painful, TP? I know people get it behind the knee (I think!) but I didn't realise you could get it in your hip - doesn't sound good How long will it take to get better?
I went out with the local power walking group this morning and we did a bit of running as part of it, so I built in just a little bit more than the group leader planned It felt good! Went to zumba this evening with LD and her friend, so I've made up for my lack of exercise yesterday (and my massive dinner this evening!).
It is quite sore at times ST though it's more uncomfortable really. Not sure how long but I'll stick in with the exercises and see how it goes. Physio has told me to leave off any running for another fornight to give the inflamation a chance to ease.
Power walking sounds good and I'd love to try zumba. There's a class in the village on a Monday and I really should make the effort.
Do you need anti-inflammatories? (that sounds as if I'm offering some to you! I'm not dealing, honest!).
Power walking was lovely in the crisp, cold sunshine this morning. I thoroughly enjoyed the running part. You would love zumba - LD's friend is pretty unco-ordinated, so I didn't feel so bad getting things wrong.
I am having lunch tomorrow at my friend Agnes's house - she went to Do School in Glasgow (aka the College of Food Technology) so she is a superb cook. I will be stuffing my little hamster cheeks
Well you need feeding up so 'stick in until you stick oot' as they say
I have started taking anti-inflamatories and I'll see if I can get some acupunture too.
I need to start being careful what I eat now, as I am definitely filling out and I rather like being a bit slimmer, to be honest. There's a balance to be struck. I am making lots of thick vegetable soup (there are plenty of thick vegetables around!) and casseroles, stews etc, so what I am eating is wholesome and preservative/additive-free, but it does tend to be stodgy food in the winter, doesn't it?
Hope your a/i and acupuncture work for you - and quickly!
You'll manage that easily. Did giving up alcohol for January make a difference? It's always a bit of a surprise when you realise the calories in a glass of wine!
Winter demands proper food, just to keep warm! I made chicken and chorizo stew tonight, with potatoes cooked in the stew. It was rather yummy, even if I say so myself.....
I did give it up with only a step off for Mummy Pink's 70th and the last Friday when S was here and we had a couple of glasses of SB. I am only drinking one night a week in Feb - it's tonight but I haven't really seen much weight loss as I have had a real chocklit craving. Now all the Christmas stuff is eaten I will buy no more of it.
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