@TellarHK Agreed on the crap software. Never could find my son when trying to find friends. They promised me an update “soon” when I contacted them about it, over a year ago. Still the same software version.
@RedOak I’ve been wearing a black rubber bracelet for… Gosh, I think it’s probably about five or six years at this point. It originally had words on it and was a support bracelet for a friend with cancer, but now the words have worn away and I just wear it because I pretty much only wear black.
@Tadlem43 No, you can download the data later. But they still suck. I walked miles by driving an hour in my car. The “friends” thing could never find my son. They promised an update to fix that, but it never happened.
It’s $10. My doctor says I need to walk more. Love the order words, what more do I need? It is sort of lame that I need my phone with me, but will try it at least. Worst case I’m out $10. Plus it pays for my VMP membership this month, and I’m only one day in!
I’m looking for stuff to buy as I have VMP this month, but I put two pedometers in my latest donations box yesterday so I’m going to have to give this a pass. I have an app called Walk for a Dog that tracks my walks and makes donations to Great Dane Rescue of El Paso. So when Simba walks, he donates to the rescue that saved his life when he was taken to Animal Control, not to be surrendered for adoption, but with a request he be euthanized . https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.actionxl.wooftrax.wfad
@OCBill3 At 5 months old he weighed over 60lbs and was about the size of an adult German Shepherd. He had never been socialized nor trained and was so aggressive toward other dogs that he’d frenzy on lead and snap at the handler. He’s an alpha male and needed strong early leadership, instead he was taken to the pound and his owners said he was uncontrollable and dangerous and needed to be put down. The AC officer observed that he was good with people, so decided to give him a chance and called Great Dane Rescue. I’d just lost my previous rescue to breast cancer, and they asked if I’d take him on. He was some handful, I put in a lot of hours educating myself and rigorously training him. As a result he is so well behaved that we became a therapy team and visit Alzheimers patients, the mentally ill, and participate in children’s reading programs.
Meh – I am depending on you to fit tonight’s deal with something that blows. I admit, these fitness bands blow, but they don’t blow, you know – and right now – I got too much snow to show, and that too, blows. Hint: /giphy meh-sells-gas-powered-snowblower