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    DEEKELLYE   70,602
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Monday, February 04, 2013

So I weighed myself and I'm back to 226. Yesterday was a holy calorie day. I had almost 2600 calories yesterday. We went to a place called It's My Party where they had inflatable slides and stuff. I had 4 slices of pizza there plus another slice at home and that's where half of my calories came from. Today we are having icecream cake for my son's birthday! I can't believe he's 4 already. I'm thinking we are going to the park to celebrate his birthday! Have a great day!

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DEEKELLYE 2/5/2013 7:50AM

    I forgot to add something i ate on sunday and my calories were over 2700. it was only one day. yesterday wasn't bad. we didn't go to the park since it rained. it is going to start being in the 70s so we will go to the park a few times. i am still doing my fab ab calendar and my kick ass calendar. i had double exercises yesterday since i didn't do them on sunday.

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NEWLEAF2013 2/4/2013 5:00PM

    Ditto what everyone else said! Sounds like it's not keeping you down though...and a day at the park will be great!

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KJELLYBEAN15 2/4/2013 10:08AM

    Don't let it get the best of you. It was one day. Get back up and get moving. I'm sure some of the sodium is what's getting you. I know it affects me more than anything. Up your water and I'm sure it'll be gone before you know it.

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BIGPAWSUP 2/4/2013 8:34AM

    We all over eat once in a while. Just try to get down to the low end of your reange to balance it out.

Happy birthday to your boy.

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BLUENOSE63 2/4/2013 8:16AM

  Well you see you overate which is a good thing to be able to back to reality and moderation! You can do it

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