New Foreigner Book!


a few hardcovers and pbs available from Closed Circle, signed. Latest: Moonlover and the Fountain of Blood, Jane Fancher short story. Chernevog, part 2 of the Rusalka trilogy co-written by CJ and Jane; and Orion's Children, a tetralogy from Lynn.

We are officially over onto South Beach…stirfry tonight…

…and back at walking. THe fact both of us were short of breath on a 4 block walk says something, eh?


9 comments to We are officially over onto South Beach…stirfry tonight…

  • kokipy

    I think, whatever the diet, one would want to be able to function effectively in the physical universe. I was horrified, the other night, to be somewhat breathless upon walking up from the train station to the house. skater will know what I mean. Horrified. Incapable. Old. Fat. OMG, as the young ones say.

  • sweetbo

    It must of just been from too much chatting while walking. That has to be it. 🙂

  • smartcat

    I’ve been putting out all the plants I’ve wintered over. Downright humiliating to find the lack of stamina for carrying stuff around. Tomorrow I’m redoing the exercising area. I know there is a floor in there somewhere. As far as I know levitation has not yet come to this world. 😉

  • pence

    I’m blaming it on the pollen and air pollution. And resenting it. I may have to volunteer at an Antarctic station from May through August!

    • weeble

      Oh not Antartica in the winter!! Indoor air all the way, which is almost worse than fresh pollen laden air. (I did say almost!) The summers I worked with the Alaskan fishing fleet were the BEST as far as allergies go, and they were sunny and somewhat warm (well, for ALASKA, I mean!) Open ocean air, not a trace of pollen to be had. You actually get used to the fish smell, after a few weeks.

  • chondrite

    We have an exercise bike in front of the TV; the rule in our house is that the bike must be occupied for at least some of the TV show. We’re trying, but sometimes the schedule doesn’t cooperate.

  • CJ

    lol—we’ve tried that. 😉

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