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Day #161 - no workout yesterday OMG!!! No I didn't

Friday, November 30, 2012

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I just have to say - no workout for me yesterday. Yeah I know ... I just couldn't do it.

I had about 2 hours of weak sleep Wednesday nite and by noon yesterday I was fighting to stay awake. Then my assistant pastor called to check on me and of course she says I'll see you at bible study tonight emoticon emoticon . So I said yes, and if I say yes I'm gonna keep my word. So by 1pm I was drinking a 3rd cup of coffee. It helped a little bit but by the time it was time to go home - I was declining fast. I thought, go home, take a quick nap and then go to bible study. Of course I went home, ate dinner and didn't lay down because I had just ate. So I went to bible study and probably looked like I was high or about to drop any second. I slept well last night and I do plan to get my bootay in the gym today.

I really had a FREE eating day yesterday which included ice cream and cake. I ate the ice cream because I can't seem to get rid of this sizzling heart burn. I have acid reflux and have been on meds for a few years. Since my surgery in Sept I can't seem to get this to completely go away. It gets very mild and then it pumps back up. I just sampled another med for 3 weeks and it's not working either. So cool ice cream sliding down my esophagus felt good for the moment just like eating ice but in reality it never hits that spot.

I'm preparing myself this weekend to begin a new eating regimen for the remainder of year. Got to make some changes in this area of my life. So have a fantastic day and weekend.
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    Take care of yourself.

    The healthy journey is about progress...not perfection. You'll get there.

    Be well.
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