Played racquetball with Morgan.
Went to the gym tonight.
I made it to the gym after work tonight. I did 35 minutes on the arc trainer and 30 minutes walking the track. My fitbit showed 30 flights of stairs but I did not do 30 flights. I think it tracked my walking with the barametic changes from the storm that was brewing outside.
My withing scale told me today 254.4 that is 10 pounds less the start of 2011. It is 50 pounds less then my heaviest. Bad news is it is 65 pounds more then I want to be and 65 more then the start of 2005.
We went on a bike ride after work. We went to the library an ate our fruit at the gazebo. Morgan did a great job leading us. She was going about 15 mph.
After taking a year off I have decided to accepted the challenge of cycling in the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure fund-raising event again. The Tour is a ride, not a race. I have joined thousands of others to pedal in support of the Association's mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
This will be the 7th Tour De Cure that I will be participating in. I will be doing the 50 K (about 30 miles) ride on June 12th. I am asking you to help by supporting my fund-raising efforts with a donation. Your tax-deductible gift will make a difference in the lives of more than 20 million Americans who suffer from diabetes and another 41 million people in the United States with pre-diabetes.
It's fast and easy to support this great cause - you can make your donation online by selecting the "Click to Support Me" on the web page.
Any amount, great or small, helps in the fight against this deadly disease. I greatly appreciate your support and will keep you posted on my progress. If you want to do even more to help, please consider joining me in this great event. Our efforts will help set the pace in the fight against diabetes.
More information on the American Diabetes Association, its programs and diabetes in general can be found at the Association's Web site: www.diabetes.org
For more information on Tour de Cure, please visit www.diabetes.org/tour.
Thank-You so much.