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    Default Keep on Moving Thread: October 2018

    MS creates some real challenges to keep on moving. It helps to inspire each other on how to find ways to move.

    Did you stretch in your bed, swing your arms, roll side to side today? Or perhaps you did housework? Or exercised in a pool? Tracked your count of steps? Chased your cat around the home? Pushed the wheelchair wheels with your arms at the store? Post them here and we can support and egg each other on.

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    I swam 20 minutes, 666 Yards today. Did fine. Had another night of nonspasm.

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    Great on the non-spasm night.

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    There's nothing like incoming income to energize a person.
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    And Howie, you may not have the pedometer on you at all times on a typical day. I wander around before getting dressed for a couple of hours each morning. It takes me a while to get dressed, etc. During that time I'm not wearing the pedometer. I figured out that in that time I typically take about 170 steps. At the end of every day when I get the pedometer reading for that day, I add on the 170 steps that it didn't count.

    I could of course just put the pedometer into my robe pocket, take it out and transfer it to my pants pocket after I get dressed, but that's WAY too much trouble. I'd forget it and leave it in the robe pocket, and it might even end up in the laundry.

    But since you wear only a thong all the time, you probably just clip the pedometer onto the thong (somehow or other). Never knew exactly how a person wears a thong. But it might be better not to know.
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    And Howie, you may not have the pedometer on you at all times on a typical day. I wander around before getting dressed for a couple of hours each morning. It takes me a while to get dressed, etc. During that time I'm not wearing the pedometer. I figured out that in that time I typically take about 170 steps. At the end of every day when I get the pedometer reading for that day, I add on the 170 steps that it didn't count.

    I could of course just put the pedometer into my robe pocket, take it out and transfer it to my pants pocket after I get dressed, but that's WAY too much trouble. I'd forget it and leave it in the robe pocket, and it might even end up in the laundry.

    But since you wear only a thong all the time, you probably just clip the pedometer onto the thong (somehow or other). Never knew exactly how a person wears a thong. But it might be better not to know.
    Yes, Agate it might be better not to know. That was funny. We can all just imagine Howie with his ponytail walking around in a thong even if we don't know how to wear one!
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    I went to K-Mart to pick up Rxs, had to wait in line, then to Home Depot to get air filters for house, then to grocery store for quite a lot of groceries, then by Panera to pick up dinner. Tired!
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    Wow Virginia! You’re clawing your way back with shingles....heroic!

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    Swam 23 minutes. 706 Yards.

    SPS related issue stopped the quest for 30 minutes.
    Last edited by Sunshine; 10-02-2018 at 04:25 AM.

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    took my dog for a run, up our mile long lane,,, she stayed with me the whole mile,,,, >>>>> And I used to run this , but cheated and used my scooter,, then she played tug of war with me,,just getting outside helps... also did my excercises...
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