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Day 2

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Whew! I have been turning and burning this morning! Got up around 7 had a good breakfast and went off to my first class this morning. I am really excited but super nervous because this is my first foray into journalism. He is asking us to write things that will be published to the tune of 4-5 feature stories before the end of the semester. Yikes that sounds challenging but in time I think I will get it down.
The fitness center is back open! Whoo Hoo! I spent a good hour this morning working out and my legs are KILLING me right now but it was badly needed. I forgot how much I enjoyed strength training b/c I HATE cardio. Something about getting all sweaty and smelly that just doesn't appeal to me very much but alas I will keep pushing I'm down 2 lbs already so definitely starting off BLC the right way.
Have a great day everyone I'm off to get cleaned up and find something for lunch before my class this afternoon. emoticon
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  • SMARTIN77
    It sounds like you've been super-busy! Exercising your body AND your brain...lol! Best wishes w/ the journalism class. It sounds challenging and fun. Keep sweating...it's just the fat cells crying knowing their doom is at hand!!!
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    1421 days ago
  • RDGISME

    Journalism class sounds promising!! I hope that as you continue working-out you will lessen your dislike of cardio....it pays off!! And the weight loss? emoticon emoticon
    1423 days ago
  • TOMSGIRL9
    emoticon You can do it! Keep up the good work!
    1423 days ago
  • TDOYLE85
    I know what you mean about cardio, but it is so good for you. Keep up the good work. The journalism class sounds great.
    1423 days ago
  • KMM1123
    Congrats on the weight loss!
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    1423 days ago
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