Day 2: Fitbit vs. My Left Foot

Fitbit Ultra

 

The sun was beginning to set when the ‘lil Fitbit hooked to my waistband decided to attempt to motivate my left foot. Let me tell you, it wasn’t a pleasant discussion.

It went a little like this…

Fitbit: Wait. WUT? You aren’t thinking about calling it a day yet, right?

Left Foot: Ummmm… Well, yeah I was.

Fitbit: Not on your life! You still need almost 2,000 more steps!

Left Foot: You realize I can step on you, right?

Fitbit: Ha! You realize Cricket hasn’t taken a picture yet today, right?

Left Foot: I hate you!

Yeah, it is possible I am losing it! LOLOLOL!

My Left Foot

 

On the other hand, the cramps in my left foot tell me it is time for new shoes!

It’s dark now and I exceeded my steps goal for today.

Life is good.

 

Cricket Walker

(10) Comments

  1. ron strait
    ron straitJun 22, 2012

    Awesome Cricket you have a real way with words & photos something I want to start working on more along with the photos is putting a story to them. Well done! Ron

    • Cricket Walker
      Cricket WalkerJun 22, 2012

      For some reason, as I begin to see the photos I want to capture, the words begin to come while I am still looking through my viewfinder.

  2. Trudi Crookshanks
    Trudi CrookshanksJun 22, 2012

    Cricket, it is ok to take a break. You said we could take pics of our toe.

  3. Cricket Walker
    Cricket WalkerJun 22, 2012

    I love my fitbit! 🙂

  4. Haley
    HaleyJun 22, 2012

    I seem to recall your left foot almost winning that argument 🙂

  5. Christy
    ChristyJun 22, 2012

    This totally just iced my already cupcake-like day.

  6. Jerry
    JerryJun 23, 2012

    I’ve never heard of a fitbit, I may have to get one just to see how many steps I do in a day!

  7. Cricket Walker
    Cricket WalkerJun 23, 2012

    I like it because it gives me goals to work for every day.

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