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    Pedometer step counts in September averaged 1,413 steps/day (averaged over 28 days). I haven't done that well since July 2017, when the average was 1,434 steps/day.
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    WOW!!! Great!
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    Agate, I bought a pedometer, and after a few days, comparing to your numbers, I use it as a watch only now. You put me to shame!
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    Maybe your pedometer isn't working right, Howie. But if works OK as a watch and you're happy with it as a watch, at least it wasn't money wasted.
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    Great job Agate!

    Howie, Agate isnít the gold standard. We all do what we can do. Your numbers are still valuable, they show youíre still walking.

    I swam 1/2 mile today, 30 minutes. So far so good, but it sure has been hard to walk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
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    Howie, Agate isnít the gold standard. We all do what we can do. ...
    Thank you, Sunshine! I didn't want to be the gold standard!
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    :) Y'all amaze me. I park my scooter at the bathroom door and walk 6 steps to the john and back about 20 times a day. I can only stand for a few minutes. I am grateful though for what I can still do.

    I just got home from the grocery store. That is my first time out since last Friday. I ordered once from Publix and had the delivery. Then they charged me $149. for a year's membership. But I was not able to order online again and will have to call their 800 number to straighten it out. I would have ordered online today if I could have.

    I am happy so many of you are doing so good. Jeanie :)

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    That’s 120 steps right there Jeanie. Sounds aggravating re Publix....
    Life is very expensive for severely disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanie Z View Post
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    :) Y'all amaze me. I park my scooter at the bathroom door and walk 6 steps to the john and back about 20 times a day. I can only stand for a few minutes. I am grateful though for what I can still do.

    I just got home from the grocery store. That is my first time out since last Friday. I ordered once from Publix and had the delivery. Then they charged me $149. for a year's membership. But I was not able to order online again and will have to call their 800 number to straighten it out. I would have ordered online today if I could have.

    I am happy so many of you are doing so good. Jeanie :)
    Instacart offered me a year's membership for $149 but it was optional.
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    Cool

    If membership is optional, then what advantage is there in having a membership?
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