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Where has the year gone - October.

Saturday, October 02, 2010

It's hard to believe that we are into Fall, getting ready for Halloween. This weekend, I'll bring out the decorations. I have most of the Christmas shopping done. I need to clean up the yard, as the summer growth and what little garden we had is done. Good-bye, summer.

Since it is now cooler, I can resume outdoor running. This is good news, since I can run longer when I am outdoors. I hate treadmill running. Hate it. Outdoors, I can run and run - then, I get tired and realize I have to turn around and I still have to run home. Ooops. emoticon

I haven't lost any weight. I'd like to blame my husband. But, it's my fault because I *let* him go grocery shopping knowing that he will bring home things like (last night's haul): doritos, candy corn, halloween candy (yeah, like that's going to still be around for trick-or-treaters), Hawaiian sweet rolls, pop tarts.... Yeah, I think I better resume my roll as shopper.

I also need to get more involved with SP again. I do much better when I'm more active. That is goal #1. Goal #2 is tracking food again. Goal #3 is outdoor running.

So, I'm all set for October. Let the goblins just try and scare me now.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
RLMCCUE 10/2/2010 12:01PM

    The year is moving by at break neck speed! You've set good goals for the month, good luck in achieving them!

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GEE-KNEE 10/2/2010 10:32AM

    I can't believe it's October already... sounds like you might be the better shopper. I hate treadmills too, but I love running around my duck pond. Just stick with it, you can do it.

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OWLSHAY 10/2/2010 10:24AM

    You can do it!!! Your not alone, I know I will be tempted by all the sweets! We can push through! emoticon

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