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Week 32: From 132.0 to 132.4

Thursday, August 23, 2012

I was too busy to blog last week, and so busy again this week that I forgot to even WEIGH-IN yesterday!! Things are crazy here!

Monday was the first day of fall semester at work, and last night I started classes myself- I'm about halfway through a master's program in library science. I can barely keep a thought in my head as I type this.

Last week was rough diet-wise, but great exercise-wise- lots of hikes, running around at work and around town for fun, swimming and body surfing on weekends, but MAN I was huuuuuungry! Yes, Sherlock's it is my TOM (ugh), but usually I'll have a hungry day or two- this lasted over a week! And all the shame and fear that comes with having a week of pushing above my normal calorie limit was awful. I'm starting to feel like a regular person again (like, today), so I imagine my next weigh-in will be a happy one.

Here's a rainbow at our favorite beach:



And here's my first Portuguese Man O' War encounter (it got Mike!):



We did not heed the warnings:



Hiking, surrounded by strawberry guava:



View from my desk:



And lastly, my dinner tonight- mostly egg white omelet with veg, a piece of wheat toast, a Greek yogurt & frozen berry cup, and a big handful of fresh cherries (Mike is on the Big Island for work this week, so I didn't make the bed today and ate an omelet for dinner! Born to be wild!):



Love to you all,
Nat
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  • 2BEABETTERME
    You are doing great at maintaining while adjusting to your new life in paradise! Keep up the great work!
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    1498 days ago
  • SH9719
    Everyone has status quo weeks. Your .4 does not count. It is better than going up. Like you said, next week will be better.
    1499 days ago
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