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Monday, February 15, 2010

Old Age and the Cost of Redemption

Getting old is no fun. Not only that, but it is costly and time consuming. Get a bone scan, get a colonoscopy, get a stress test, take calcium, eat better, and yada, yada, yada. The bad part is that in order to redeem myself ( if I can), I have to do so many things that I have not been doing, so that means changing my lifestyle, my attitude and how I spend my time off.

It isn't that I have just become a couch potato who eats thick crust pizza, drinks beer and never exercises. It is that I have not exercised as I should, and I have not eaten as I should all the time, and so now, I am trying to get redemption. I have improved my eating habits and have lost a few pounds, but I still need to lose more.

On a happier note, my projects for the Ravelympics are going very well, and I am thinking I might just finish both of them before the flame goes out. Woo-hoo!

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