- What: upper body weights
- Duration: 57 minutes
- Ave Heart Rate: 102
- Calories: 198
Didn't do a whole lot today other than house stuff shopping. Groceries, mice, no hubcaps. Why are all the hubcaps so ugly? I just want plain ones! Until I find ones I like, that back tire is simply going to be sans hubcap.
At night while Paul was etching his board, I got to do some upper weights -- the only part that make me crazy was the last set of triceps. I do those last and they always slay me because I'm so tired by that point. Was pretty relaxing though. All I have to think about is counting. Nothing else. For some reason this is soothing.
The size of an airplane seat is always an issue with overweight passengers. Write about your recent airplane ride. Was it a positive or negative experience?
My last air trip was um... Thanksgiving maybe? At least I think it was. We went to see Paul's father in TN. I don't remember a whole lot about it. While overweight, I don't have a problem with airline seats. I fit fine, I buckle up fine. My only complaint is not the seats, but the space between rows because you just can't get a good leg stretch in there. But even that is not a big deal... I book e-tickets and self-check, so I don't have to mess with counter people. I wear sneakers so my feet are comfy, and I wear either a t-shirt with shorts or a t-shirt with fleece pants depending on the season so there is never fussing with zippers, buttons, pockets, etc. I carry a water bottle so I don't get thirsty. Paul and I do the crossword puzzle togehter and that usually takes up a lot of time. Or we play cards or travel scrabble. We get to where we are going, and that's about it. I make him travel super light, so neither one of us ever sees baggage claim. I truly don't mind flying anywhere -- it's always been painless and very straightforward for me.