Saturday, April 09, 2011
I woke up at 7:15am and took my morning medications and went back to bed. I felt real lazy and had almost no energy. Like I didn't even sleep, so went back to bed and woke up after 9am. Still didn't have much energy and with Lupus I decided to take it easy. I did take Phred for a nice walk and did some marketing where I picked up dinner. We had salmon, couscous, salad with King's Hawaiian rolls (1) and a glass of milk. Went over my calorie count today by 3 calories LOL I am not too worried since I have gone over my exercise min. for the week by a lot. Ta Ta for now. I am watching tv and relaxing tonight.
Friday, April 08, 2011
Got up this morning and read most of the paper, then did 2 LS's walking dvd's.
The first one is 3 miles using the walk belt and the 2nd on was her boot-camp dvd using the figure 8 resistance bands. Took a shower, ate lunch, watch OLTL & GH. Took Phred for a nice walk in the cold wind, with the sun coming out occasionally. Came home a did some stuff around the house, got on SP to put in data. Took my son and I out to dinner at Polly's where I had the salmon cake sandwich on whole wheat (no sauce) with tomatoes, cucumbers, onion and spinach with Kona Chips on the side (a type of fat free potato chips that are made fresh at Polly's everyday). I only ate a few of the KC, while Frank finished them off. We also got to have free slice of Blueberry Crisp pie. I had water with dinner. I kept within my calorie count and I am stuffed.
I plan on hitting the gym tomorrow morning. I need to practice my jogging/running to see if I can break the 2 miles without stopping. I need to do this every other day and soon everyday so I will be ready for the 5K in June.
Monday, April 04, 2011
Sister Doreen in the town of Julian, CA exiting the public restrooms LOL
Sandy's husband Mike, Doreen and her husband Fred at start of hike
Me, Sandy (Subsmith on SP), Mike, Doreen and Fred.
Doreen, Fred, Mike, Sandy & Me at the start of the trail
Lavender wild flowers.
Yellow wild flowers. No I have no idea what these are called.
Most of the wild flowers in the desert area you can only see for a few weeks or so. With our weather being so back and forth, it looks like there will be a longer blooming season. I will post the rest on another blog to follow.
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