The summer’s over. The girls have gone back to school, marking the end of a rather different summer holiday.
Thanks to my little incident, Disney World was exchanged for Codona’s Aberdeen and Daytona Beach for Cullen. Thanks goodness the weather was good! I think fun was had by all.
Right on cue the days are getting noticeably shorter and there has definitely been a turn in the weather. The last three mornings have been greeted with a heavy, persistent fog. Rather than the refreshing blanket of moisture that started the balmy days of summer, there is no obvious end to the mist, no sun to brighten up our day, just the promise of the darkness and damp to come.
As we enter a new phase, I fear it’ll be easy for the memory of my Heart Attack to fade. I’ve met several people recently who have been through similar experiences and can’t remember the details of the event. Everything has gradually returned to normal, and the old bad habits have crept back in.
I am very keen that this doesn’t happen to me. I can be very focused when I want to be, but stamina is not a strong point and I’m not the best “completer / finisher”. The new health and fitness regime is going well, but I need to make sure it stays that way!
The current phase of my Cardiac Rehab will be finished in 3 weeks which will mark another big change. I know it’s going to be increasingly difficult to get motivated to exercise when it’s cold, dark and wet. I’m going to have to find myself some new forms of exercise to keep my interest up…
I’ve never been to an Exercise Class at a Gym, but this could be a good time to start!