Oh, now that is FUNNY!
My kinda woman. SD thinks the elliptical is his personal "skateboard." It's been out of commission a while, too....
Go put your running shoes on, turn it on, and presto, you've dusted!
I know how you feel. I've got the same kind of dust on my guitar case. And baby paraphenelia as well, probably.
It's hard to get motivated to exercise when baby takes a nap, you want one too! Happy WW! :)
OMG, that is HILARIOUS!!
Perfect. And it looks like you're making it easy for your baby to put it to good use.
Looks like you've got more than dust up there!I'm debating buying a trainer or a spin bike. There are too many days when I can't get to the gym but feel like letting my legs spin in circles for awhile, just to feel better. I'm kinda worried I'll spend the money (a spin bike can be a grand!) and it'll ... get dusty, though.
Ha! Mine has 6 shirts hanging on it right now...
It's only dusty because you don't need it anymore, right? Yeah, that's it. :)
Yeah, that's the ticket, Wendy! Man I wish. :)
That is why I won't buy one, it will be used as a very expensive closet. LOL Great pic!Thanks for visiting my WW.
Looks just like mine! We finally both joined a gym....which means the poor treadmill is destined to forever be my pants hanger!Hope you have a wonderful WW. I've posted my contribution here and hope you drop by for a look around:http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/12/wordless-wednesday-push-envelope.htmlAll the best...Carmi
Hmmm, don't know what to think about that...On the one hand, fire it up and get moving...on the other grab a nice cup of hot chocolate and plunk yourself in front of the tv, use the treadmill to hang clothes;)
If you call THAT dust, I'm in trouble! :)
funny - my exercise bike is dusty too
looks like the dust found a home!
Treadmills are so versatile. I find mine very handy for hanging clothing on. Sort of a spare little closet. A little dust never hurt anyone. Just don't look down!Cheers~Suzanne in Atlanta
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