I mentioned a number of times that I used to be overweight and sorely out of shape. Since getting losing all that weight and getting into shape, I am more keenly aware of my body.
Yesterday I talked about getting older and how it’s not a bad thing. I also mentioned that today was the date of my annual physical. Of course, no one really enjoys this annual ritual.
We all use idioms in our everyday conversation. Ones like: an arm and a leg, actions speak louder than words, at the drop of a hat, or sick as a dog.
How often as a child growing up did you hear your parents say “eat your vegetables”? As a parent, I too have uttered those infamous words.
As early as I can remember I was always fit and active. As a youth, I played both soccer and baseball and did so well into my teens. All throughout high school I played various sports and always stayed active. Shortly after high school I got married and continued to be active through my work in horticulture, landscaping, and cabinetry. While my sports activities slowed down, my work activities did not. Continue reading “My Weighted Journey”