Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Tubing is NOT for sissy’s!!!!

Hey, it’s not for a fat lady either. Oh it was so much fun and we had a blast but the day after, you’d think I was a million years old. I hurt from head to toe and can’t even take a deep breath without being a sissy and screaming. I am though, very willing to go again. Just not today!! :o)


See where you hang on to get back up the hill. Yes, it’s nice you don’t have to walk up the hill but…..trying to catch the handle as it goes past, get your fat butt, tube and all to move on sticky snow and hold on for dear life as you get pulled up the hill and letting go at the right time so you don’t have to either slide back down the hill and get yelled at or rolling off like a 30 gallon drum rolling down the hill. The timing is important, very important.

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I’d say that even though this morning is tough, if you ever get a chance to go, GO!!!! You won’t regret it at all. And the best part to be with Mike and the scouts, it’s great!!!!

So today even though I’m suppose to exercise, I don’t see that happen, at least not this morning. I may just go for a walk today and get back at it tomorrow. Between cross country skiing on Saturday, Tubing yesterday I’m doing pretty good in the exercise department.

I have no kids today so it’s the day of cleaning, going to see mama and daddy, and I want to start my “secret” project. Remember this? What am I going to be? Well soon I’ll show you!!


Okay, take care and have a blessed day.


Anonymous said...

I have no idea what I guessed for the craft last time, but it looks like quilting material now! Albeit a much brighter quilt than I'm working on but still a quilt. :) I love tubing/skiing/etc, but I don't like snow....oops :)

starnes family said...

Tubing is super fun, but SO expensive where we have been. In Colorado, it was a $40 add on to your lift ticket and it's $26 here in KC. Hard to rationalize after all the other expenses!

Kim said...

I can't wait to see your project! And I think a nice long, hot bath would go a long way to help your muscles - remember the epsom salts! Good job keeping active in this frigid wonderland!

Carole Davids said...

If this fabric is for what you mentioned on my blog, that is going to be beautiful! Let me know if you have questions or need help. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog from the Friday Follow!