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Day 110 Saturday January 21st 2012

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Well today is a snowy sunny day! Sun in winter-a new thing for me and I find my eyes are trying to adapt. Feels good with the sun but the darn cold takes some getting used to again. I think the creatures have it right-time to hibernate....if only for a weekend.
BUT tis hockey season. Got in at midnight last night due to two tournaments starting up for the boys. The older they get, the later the game starts (9:45pm). I was a nervous wreck for the team the HS son played against is very rough and to top it all off I did not eat dinner. Son That must stop for we stopped and bought junk food for the ride home -snacks etc. I counted everything and had calories for it but that must stop. It was hunger combined with nerves from the game and all right before collapsing in bed-NOT GOOD!

The exercise took a hit these past two days too. I did do groceries and it was a marathon. I counted the 3 hours as 30 minutes but lets just say my legs were numb at night. Last week we upped our minutes for our great team leader Debs who had surgery on Team Yellow (it's actually the only team I can keep up with and post so last blog was incorrect when I mentioned teams). It was a tough week and I broke my personal records especially in ST which I always seem to let slide! I hit an all time high I had not seen for ST in a LONG time! I may not be able to break records every week but I should not slide back to my "easy" ways either. I pushed myself and I should keep that up for me and my leaders and my team!!!

OK time for coffee for a world without caffeine is not too pleasant given the work load ahead of me-house looks like a tornado hit and there isn't much time with two tournaments to do much about it!

110 days..onward and forward..every day 110%
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