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And check-in for yesterday and today :o}

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Well, yesterday I had my weigh-in at WW, where I went from 171.6 to 168.4, SO happy!!

All day long, I came up with so many excuses as to why I didn't feel like running with the Tuesday Night Running Group (i.e. my running partner who is slower like me wasn't going to be there, my shin was aching, I was hungry, etc. etc.). I even put a dress on for the weigh-in, so then I couldn't run! Five minutes before leaving, I changed into my running outfit, so then I would really WANT to run, and not have another excuse.

So, I did run, and ran 5 miles! I ran with Mike and Jeff, and they actually went my pace, which was nice. I felt really good, and had a nice dinner.

Today, I had a lot of fruit, a steak, tons of veggies, soup, and some fruit snacks :o}

I took a day off from running/cross training. I still walked, but throttled back on everything else!

So glad it is a new month!! I hope to do much better this month with my weight loss, but I will be happy with whatever happens as long as I give it my all! (or at least 90% LOL).

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BRENDY_28 9/3/2010 2:04AM

    good job! :D

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POOKAQUEEN 9/2/2010 8:21AM

    Good job doing the running after all! Congrats on your loss!

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    Yay!! Congratulations that's wonderful! Great way to start off the month!!

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ILIKECACTI 9/2/2010 6:49AM

    Great job! I need to take a lesson from you on fighting the deire not to run.

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-POOKIE- 9/2/2010 6:22AM

    Wonderful going!

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HALLORAN84 9/1/2010 11:14PM

    Yay for a new month! Let's make September the greatest yet in 2010!!! Congrats on the weigh-in, go you!!!

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