Alright, so I didn't meet my goal of blogging here at Get Moving Goode last week. Just a minor slip up, I will get back on track.
There weren't too many interesting things going on this week, unless you count the rogue smoke dectector that went off at 4 a.m. on Saturday morning (it took me 10 minutes to get the thing to turn off-- I had to unplug it from the electric wires and then wrestle with the rigid plastic cover to get the thing quiet).
Will was out of town on Friday, and this was the scene I saw outside when I let Kobe out at 5 a.m.:
I figured it would be good to shovel the stairs to prevent my klutzy self from slipping:
So I got my first experience wielding a snow shovel...
While Kobe watched from a distance:
Only a few minutes of shoveling and sprinkling salt later the stairs were fairly clear:
At least they passed Kobe's inspection ;-)!
My Workouts: January 4- 2 miles from 5 Day Slim Down
January 5-2 Week Turnaround Cardio , Karen Voight's Yoga Focus January 6-2 Week Turnaround Strength, PM Yoga Conditioning for Weight Loss January 7-AM Yoga Conditioning For Weight Loss January 8-The Firm's Cardio Sculpt Blaster, AM Yoga; Backbends January 9-The Ultimate Workout-Cardio and Flexibility
It’s a new year so it’s time for some new goals. Yes, goals. Not resolutions. Why? I don’t keep New Year resolutions. But, that doesn’t mean a new year can’t be a time for new goals. Actually, according to dictionary.com, there’s a big difference between goals and resolutions.
But before I get to that, let’s talk about this totally cool photo of me driving two Belgian Draft horses. I got to drive them (and just not hold the reins... although the driving took place in a wide open field under close supervision from Mr. Courtney. I did ride horses for years when I was a kid, but I haven't really been around them since graduating from high school.) Anyways, Will and I got to go on a sleigh ride before Christmas at Four Green Fields Farm in Rodney, Mich. The farm offers sleigh rides and wagon rides for private parties and on the weekends (plus a corn maze and pumpkin patch in the warmer months). Visit the website for more information!