Running through my mind

I've just been informed by Mac that my exercise philosophy (that just came to me while running) is a worthy blog post, and being that I've neglected my little site for so long, I thought anything would suffice.

So here it goes--My Philosophy: Why I'll Always Have Reason to Exercise.
(Warning: Maureen Dowd, or anyone that thinks she's worth reading, will not approve of the following message. Let it be known that this blog owner thinks men are far more than necessary. I'm very pro-men.)

1. I'm single and want to attract an attractive man.

2. Once said man is attracted, I want him to remain attracted

3. Once married, after babies, I'll need energy to keep up with the little darlings

4. Also, with babies comes baby fat. That'll need to go.

5. My man's mid-life crisis. (Gotta think pro-actively.)

6. My mid-life crisis.

7. It just makes me feel good.

And those 7 Highly Effective Habit forming ideas are all I need to keep hitting the pavement.

And lose a few pounds accrued by the Mississippi southern cooking/Pittsburgh comfort food and holiday 3,000 calorie meals.

Merry Christmas!! Eat, drink and be merry! Then run it all off. :)

Posted by Portia at December 23, 2005 07:59 PM | TrackBack

Hey Em,

Welcome back. I've missed your visits to my blogs, and your always-lovely comments. Besides, without your multi-daily hits, my blog stats take a tumble. (heh heh)

BTW, nothing wrong with your exercise philosophy, I say - and for all seven reasons. Good for you.

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family and friends. God Bless.

Posted by: Muzzy at December 24, 2005 08:59 PM

My wife and I were both 34 when we got married. She gave birth to son #1 at 35, daughter #1 at 37, and #3 son at 38. She has your attitude, and she's done a wonderful job. In my view, the chances of #5 occuring become far more remote if you stick with it. And children are worth it! Thanks for being anti-dowd.

Posted by: J Philip at December 27, 2005 04:32 PM