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Lovely Left-overs...

Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at 9:40 PM filed under Weight Loss postings
WOW!  What a day!  I am just now sitting down to input my dinner (which I have not had the chance to eat yet).  It is 8:30pm!  I had a conference after school and then came home to get sore...errr... I mean "shredded" and walk my "hilly" treadmill.  I have moved my plants under the backporch as best I could, some of those suckers are a 2 man move so I have to wait on Adam to get back from class.  Then, went through the mail, laminated some school work and that brings us to another chorus of my famous aria... "I don't want to cook!" 

SO... we are having leftovers!  WHOO-HOO for leftovers!  :-)

I didn't wear my pedometer again today... I have to put that on top of my clothes for tomorrow!  I have workout after school tomorrow... hopefully I will be able to move well enough.  Do any of you ever feel like when you are working out you just can't get your back straight like they do and you just can't figure out what they mean with stomach in... I mean... seriously... I have a gut!  How am I supposed to suck my belly button to my back?  I just have a short torso and well... I'm well endowed, so it is TOUGH to get that back straight feeling.  What is the trick?

I DO feel like I'm able to walk standing up straighter though... and taller for that matter.

My goal for tomorrow... to stick around and tough it through the workout.  Also, I have not been getting my snacks in... I have a goal of doing that too.  :-) 

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!  :-)

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