We all have fitness goals that we haven't hit but I'm proud of us for the times that we've bicycled on that trail -- 16 miles at a time or more.
Having to take another route was also a lesson in going with the flow and/or trying something new and not giving up because of an obstacle.
I got in nine miles and the ankle faired well except for the few times that I had to go over railroad tracks.
A brief digression... See the whole in my shoe? My Nikes are about a year old. They don't make them like they used to...
I'm about half way through Shonda Rhimes' Year of Yes.
Interesting that I arrived at this section today:
Losing yourself happens one no at a time. No to going out tonight...No to making a new friend. Losing yourself happens one pound at a time.The part that had me cracking up a page later is when Rhimes reveals that she parted from a personal trainer because he said "Nothing tastes as good as thin feels!"
Who says that to a fat woman?