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Trying to be more consistant

Sunday, March 08, 2020

I've gotten more consistent in my walking - when it's good out I've been going to my local park - still not getting 10,000 steps in (or even 5,000 and not even 3500) but I walk until my arthritis in my hips make me stop (which is about 2 laps around a certain area) - but I'm trying to be more consistent with this and I'm really enjoying it and actually have begun to look forward to it.

Still at odds with my Scoutmaster - won't go into detail but after he overstepped himself into my area (again) I sent him an email telling him in detail exactly what I've become frustrated with. He emailed me back saying "we obviously have to talk - when can we get together" (which is what he said the last time he felt my frustration and hadn't yet) so I sent back the days/times I could get together and he hasn't responded (from 3rd of this month)

I'm getting a move on decluttering and with every pile I'm going through my mood lifts a bit

Well it's sunny and 43 degrees out this AM so I'm going to get dressed and go out and start cleaning up the yard so I can get ready for planting/budding/spring

Oh - and to anyone who reads this - every time I go to add an emoticon or a picture I get bounced out of the blog or comments like I've not even posted anything before I go to add it - comes back totally blank - I've looked and looked through preferences and community feeds and the help area but there is nothing that addresses this - thoughts??
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  • MILPAM3
    Perhaps when you send a list of your available times, give him a deadline, saying you're locking in your schedule by ____.
    398 days ago
  • GEORGE815
    Have a great week
    398 days ago
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