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    RUNNINGPFUHL   51,056
50,000-59,999 SparkPoints

On the way down?

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

127.0 this morning! YAY! Which is good considering I was way over my calories, even though I had a veggie burrito that I didn't eat it all at Chipotle.

It was a hectic day yesterday, had to get motivated to run, thanks for all the kicks. Had to run and head out, my brother had another nerve block surgery yesterday, so I was with him most of the day. I had some snacks with me, bananas, oranges, yogurt and the like.

Then I went to see my kiddo in college and eat with him, he wanted chipotle, crazy calories, but I didn't eat the whole thing.

Came home and was starving again!! I had some cereal and two tangerines.

My kiddo has a strange rash this morning, so he's not in school, and I'm taking him to the dr. at 11:15.

Its a non-run day, so I'll just be doing my norma routine, well sans the kiddo being at school! :) Have a great Spark Day! :)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    I hope the rash is nothing big. Next time you go to the bowl - no calories from the burrito wrap.

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PLAINJANE11 1/19/2010 10:24AM

    Congrats! Great job on taking some snacks with you too! I remember the first time I looked up calories at Chipotle and Qdoba! I try to get grilled vegetables instead of rice, then get the usual meat, beans and veggies on top of that, it saves a little.

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NYCFA1 1/19/2010 10:19AM

    Good job on NOT finishing the burrito and on the weight loss! emoticon

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MARATHON_MOM 1/19/2010 10:00AM

    Glad you had a good day yesterday! I hope the kiddo's rash isn't anything to be concerned about. :)
Have a great day, girl!

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SLIMMERJESSE 1/19/2010 9:47AM

    Congrats on your progress. Have a wonderful day.

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