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St. Pat's recap

Saturday, March 19, 2011


EDIT: I have just finished consuming 3/4 of a bag of popcorn (94% fat free, no buter), and a Skinny Cow cartwheel.

Oh and did I mention that everything below my knee caps is in constant pain? Working on your feet all day is rough :/ hopefully I'll be back in form in time for Volleyball!
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  • SMCBR0031
    I LOVE the shot glass necklace! Awesome, haha!

    I can't imagine going all day without eating, I think I would pass out, so I am glad that you are ok!! I think the moderation with fries is a great idea. I REFUSE to cut out foods from my diet that I don't want to live without. So moderation is definitely a good idea :-D

    I think it's cool that you do Yoga too, I wish I could, but my flexibility has all but disappeared since high school. I want to work back up to doing yoga and pilates though. Well, hope work is going well, and stay strong!!

    Spark on,

    Sarah
    2091 days ago
  • MCCOURTT
    Love the Hat!!! No food all day :-( don't know how you do it.

    2092 days ago
  • HANKENSTEIN
    Wow, 15 hours with no food. I might die.
    2093 days ago
  • ADZY86
    I loveeee your accent! Especially the way you say 'coffee'! ha
    Wow your work is mental! Although you must have fun if you can bear to be there for so many hours! I work 9 hours a day Mon-Fri, and that is just about as much of the office as I can take!

    Glad you enjoyed St Paddy's day...I went to Dublin, Ireland for it a few years ago with my girls, and it was AMAZING. You should try it one year; you'll see hundreds of those huge hats over there lol x
    2093 days ago
  • JANINE243
    way to go on subbing the veggies for the fries! that is awesome progress. fries are totally my downfall, too!

    also, where are you from? what's that accent? new york? new jersey?
    2093 days ago
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