Not too shabby

Thursday, April 02, 2009

So I took my mom to her Doc appt. today and went went for lunch. Great I know she loves Mexican food and I always fall for the cheese enchiladas with beans and rice. And I was sooooooo hungry! But I chose the healthier side if there is one of the mexican food. I had what was equivilant to combo fajitas without the flour tortillas ( i did manage to sneak in a couple corn ones) I logged everything down thinking I just blew it today and even though I need to have a very light dinner I really didn't do that horrible! So Im proud I haven't weighed myself yet or put a before picture on here because I am so self conscious but I think I will have my friend Erin help me I was looking at her pictures today and was inspired!
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    Haha. I like that subtlty. You know I'll help you! :-)

    I always have a hard time at mexican restaraunts, too. And it's SUCH a pain to log restaraunt food... But it's totally worth it to know where you stand in terms of daily allowance.

    So, I'm bummed because I am not losing AN OUNCE. Bleh. But I feel good-- not bummed out or anything. Actually, I feel really good. I have to remember that the losing weight thing is second to the not feeling like crappola and not dreading the day. I had a really new feeling last night-- I'd woken up at 4 am and worked out, went to work and was productive, went to CostCo (and spent too much money-- haha) with my mom, came home and ran a little, then hung out with Adam and watched some TV. At 11 pm, it was bedtime... I was lying there and for the first time I can remember in my adult life, I was bummed to be going to sleep. I didn't want the day to end.

    AND-- I didn't smoke! Yay!

    So, you got anything going on this weekend? We're pretty free Saturday evening. Maybe we could go bowling or something. I mean, that would be fun... and it's active!
    3274 days ago
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