I should have listened to myself a couple of days ago. But I didn't. I stuffed my pedometer into my pocket this morning and went about my business. I pulled it out just before my Wii Fit session to see how I was doing and saw zero and a flashing battery indicator. Yup. It was hungry for more power but I hadn't found my spare battery yet. I went out and bought two. Today's count is bogus, but I didn't do much, so I'll credit myself with a mile and 2200 steps.
I did 35 minutes on Wii Fit and about five more minutes on Wii Sports -- Boxing and the test -- my Wii Sports age decreased from 73 to 60. There seems to be something not quite right about basing my fitness score on how many home runs I can hit, my bowling accuracy, and my ability to return a tennis ball, but (shrug) I guess it's all in good fun. Or maybe I'm just a poor loser! My Wii Fit age was 42 today. It's varied from the mid-30s to the low-50s. I think it's a little more accurate.
AT miles: 373.02
YTD miles: 470.85
I've lost between 10 and 13 pounds since I retired, so I'm pleased with that. Only about 80 to go. :)