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Originally Posted By: Orch
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We are visiting ny wife's cousin, and picking up some furniture that my daughter left when she was at school here. It is a very nice place in the summer, but the winters here ouch. It is about n hour from yellowstone.


Sounds beautiful. Have fun! yes


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pulmonary edema w/ NSAIDS 2009

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Sunday: walked 2.5 miles in 40 minutes


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saturday needed to shop for some baby gifts and birthday gifts and as usual wound up in the bookstore for much too long. not exactly aerobic, but on my feet off and on, mostly on for ~4 hours...and oddly my feet didn't even hurt. but i needed it cause after the trip last weekend, my left upper back was really bothering me, so very difficult to sit this past week for work.

sunday needed to straighten the house for company later in the day so again up and moving about for about 4 hours mostly on my feet cleaning up the house, prepping some food, etc. again not very aerobic, but on my feet and moving around and most importantly not sitting, though by the end of the afternoon my feet were telling me they needed a break! but finally i've learned to leave the sweeping and vacuuming up to hubby, for a while, everytime i did it, i'd mess up my SI joint; chiro said that kind of motion really is hard on that joint; i can see that.

so while the weekend wasn't exactly aerobic, i was up moving around quite a bit vs being sedentary. my back is much better today, finding activities that would keep me up this weekend really helped. not out of the woods yet concerning my back, but getting there.

erica, yeh, migraines suck! had one last sunday, for me heat and bright sun do it for sure so thought that was it, but actually when hubby got sick, realized this was all i was going to get of the same illness, yay LDN!

run up a hill-walk-run up a hill-walk.......we did this in practice in high school when i was with the track team for a short time....was told it was fartlek.......

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fartlek

buggy, hope your knees get a bit better.



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Todays run 5 miles 48 minutes and 8 seconds. It is hot and humid (humid for Utah) right now. Even running early in the morning it was 70F this morning.


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growing up in NJ, hot and so very humid in the summers. i only ran or played tennis right before it got dark. i'd time my run to finish just as it was getting dark. if i had been an early morning person, maybe i'd try to run at the crack of dawn, but never in the midday sun like some people do. i did work on a farm one summer, rode my bike there around 6 am, not too bad then. i try not to move too much outside in the heat of the day. good that you got your run in early smile



sue

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Today: elliptical trainer 15 mins, recumbent bike 15 mins


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hello friends! weekend went by way too fast! alas though..rain arrived today! not soon enough...my backs been on fire since last week. the humidity was unreal at noon today. dreaded shuffling over to the grocery store. no but this evening it started. strong winds, then steady light rain. its stopped about an hour ago but we are expecting more through thursday..yahoo!! clap go team!!!

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glad ya got some rain, know much of the U.S. could use it right about now.

last night, got home just as it was getting dark, but the nearby cul-de-sac is safe to walk in at night, not much traffic and well lit with street lights. glad to have that as an option. and its so much cooler doing it at night: dropped from the 90s to the 70s.

walked 1 mile, 20 minutes



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Humira (still methylprednisone for flares, just not as often. Aleve if needed, rarely.)
LDN/zanaflex/flector patches over SI/ice
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I swam 1,050 yds today and 1,000 yds on the 18th.


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