The weather does seem to change overnight! We had very nice days since Sunday. Today we expect rain and the next few days too. I hope it doesn't get cooler after the rain!
I think I have been getting firmer since using the wii. I have used it everyday and like to do the steps. They have a few different kinds of steps so I can vary it. A friend of mine knows I got it and asked if I lost any weight! I thought that was a funny question to hear from a man! But he said he knows I was working on it so didn't mean to sound rude.
Hi Mandy--We also had a wonderful day yesterday but I don't think it got up to 63 degrees. I think we were in the 50's. Today is also nice so far but they're predicting rain for the entire weekend. Guess I'll do the treadmill since I won't be able to walk outside.
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