Honny, that's a good plan. I followed C25K slowly and carefully last year and slow really works!
Food shortages here. I am having a hard time finding eggs, spinach, arugula and chicken breast. Went to the supermarket today and bought mushrooms, potatoes and onions. Totally frustrating. Wound up going to Trader Joe's and got everything else I needed. I am going to go to Costco tomorrow and if I see the 5 dozen eggs, they're mine. Hoping they have the big tub of spinach.
Wishing for a better voice: this one causes me to lose money at wage job and gigs. Oh, well. If ever it is true that doors close but windows open, as an old saying implies, what is in the realm of the possible for me and my voice that is often silent?
Don't know where you are, KathyG, but I'm in the northwest corner of SC....we're getting ready for a MAJOR snow event. The mountains in NC can get 12-20" snow, my area is forecast to get 6-8" snow, less as you go further south. But the dangerous aspect to all this is the sleet/ice that will be accompanying this. Hubby and I hope we're far enough away from getting more than just a brief amount of that. It was CRAZY when I did my grocery shopping yesterday, a day earlier than normal, due to the forecast. Gotta go out today for a few more things. Snow is supposed to start very late Saturday/very early Sunday, then quit late Sunday afternoon/early Sunday evening. We've got gas logs, so we'll be warm even if the power goes out.....Oh.....and for anyone who DOESN'T live in the South.....well, even the mere MENTION of the POSSIBILITY of snow will actually cancel schools and make people go crazy buying up the entire grocery store! So my area getting 6-8" will keep schools closed all next week, you can be sure of that!!@KathyG wrote:
If the forecast rain/snow hasn't started after meeting #1 I will walk up to the grocery store for a couple of things.