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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

The long weekend was, of course, not long enough! I didn't really do much but I was not ready to return to work! I did not eat all that well all weekend, but I will say I did not stuff myself silly which is at least a small positive step! I ran 4 miles on Sunday. My goal was to stay under an 11 minute mile and I ended up with 10:50 per mile so I will take it!

Yesterday I was back on track with eating and making good choices and I was able to squeeze in a 3 mile run between thunderstorms. It was actually funny, when I started my run it was blue skies, but those dark clouds rolled in FAST! During the last mile of my run I started to hear thunder and then during the last quarter mile it started to downpour! I was just happy I made it almost the whole way without getting drenched! I wasn't able to time myself but I was able to run the entire 3 miles which I was not able to do last week...I think running from a storm may have been the motivation I needed :)

Nothing else really to report...doing o.k. with my other goals, but nothing groundbreaking. I am trying my best to stay positive everyday and not let people walk all over me. It can be exhausting some days!

I hope everyone enjoys their week and thanks for reading!!
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  • v FUNFROG79
    Great time and great attutide! emoticon
    1756 days ago
  • v ENDUROVET
    Ha ha, I'm glad I'm not the only one stricken by the Bad Attitude!

    (I wasn't ready to go back to work yet either)

    But I for one will be running INTO the storms, if & when we ever get any! (TX wildfires are quite a distance from us, but it is ALL bone-dry, making us all nervous) I am very happy that Hubby is home this week to keep an eye on things...
    1756 days ago
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