What Challenge?

WEEK TEN: [For the review of the previous week... CLICK HERE]

Can't believe I have been doing this challenge for two and a half months now. And I can't believe that I am not making big progress too.

But don't worry. I am not a quitter. The challenge is still on... and so is the photography.

I will do this challenge as long as I can... and no matter what it takes.

I will persevere as long as I have to... and no matter how hard it can be.

And I will go on hoping that I will achieve... my weight goal.


  1. Ruthi, you will prevail. The weather is getting nicer so it will be easier. Taking pictures gets me out walking, and funny thing is you don't even realize how far you've walked when in pursuit of a photo. :-)

  2. hahaha, you made me laugh so hard, Ruthi. I can see the big change in your photography, hmmm, why not use photography to burn a lot of calories? What I do a lot of times, when I hike, as I climb up the mountain or slopes where we use a lot of energy, I do not take out my camera, I just roam my eyes for a photo opps later and not distract myself with what I see. And then, only when I am going down the mountain and cooling off that I stop on those places I marked in my memory or GPS to take pictures :) Of course, sometimes, I feel sorry too, because when I go back, the lighting conditions is no longer the same, but I always tell myself, it is local sight anyway. Of course, I do not use this technique when I am in a place far away, where I may not go back in years, once I see a beautiful sight, I snap right away, afraid that when I go back, the conditions will not be the same.

    But I do have faith you can make it, exercise, exercise, exercise :)

  3. Good for you not to give up, Ruthi..I'm doing a lot acrobat when taking pictures, so it helps me in using the muscles.

    Keep it up Ruthi, you can do it!