. . . cleanse.
I know I didn’t tell you that Mr D and I had one wallop of a flu bug hit us last week.
With the wedding just weeks away, I am determined to keep health and glow a priority as I address my list of projects to complete before departing for Boise three weeks from today!
The 7 day cleanse above is from Camille Styles’ blog. I won’t likely follow it to the “letter”, but bless her for making clean eating easy and approachable by making me a shopping list. I plan to print it today, and be ready to go on Saturday morning.
I did not nearly lose the weight I wished to have lost, yet adding the exercise I did has made me stronger, popped me down one size . . . and has removed all . . . and I mean ALL of the aches of a 65-year-old woman. ( I do not feel or act my age.) In my mind’s eye . . . I am 45. It’s a very respectable mind’s eye age to linger around until 90. By then, I may kick it up to 50. ( . . . and this does not mean I cannot act like a grandmother, because . . . I DO!)
I am ready for that “once in a lifetime” dance. Jay can even take it to a “two-step” if he wishes.
Yesterday, I had the privilege to watch him fitted for his wedding suit at Nordstrom Bellevue Square.
He is so handsome. I am such a blessed and proud “Mama Bear”. ( That’s what he calls me.)
Suited ready to wed her!
w / L
Good job on losing one dress size! And for increasing your stamina to do the ‘two-step.’ Hope Jay can keep up with you. LOL
Please share your exercise routine please – always need inspiration/motivation. thank you
Hi Holly! I simply go to Curves. A good series of stretching is the key to managing aches. Curves is a simple 30 minute circuit of weights with jogging in place in between. At my recent physical, my physician said to add a 15 minute walk after dinner and I should be good to go. I have finally “got it into my head” that there is no quick fix. I am happy with how I am feeling . . . and every day is getting better with age! I am honored that you are reading 34. Your comment feeds and inspires me, too! w/L