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Day 14

Thursday, February 14, 2013

So, Happy Valentine's Day, or, if you're like me, Happy SAD! (Single Awareness Day) As a 27 y/o who has been married and divorced, SAD is not really as upsetting as it may be for others who don't have someone "special" today. I'm special enough on my own, don't need anyone else to control my happiness.

I hit the gym earlier today, I did a killer work out, pushed myself further than I have before. I'm about to go back to walk/bike another 2 miles but wanted to check in before I do knowing I won't want to when I get home. Shower and sleep and I'm done.

I kinda skipped lunch since I had a late start to my day and ate breakfast at nearly 11AM. My calorie count is low so I may still snack on something, anything, just to bring it up a little.

I'm still seeing myself do things I wasn't able to do two weeks ago and I'm loving it. My lower abdomen is killing me, I don't feel like its a sore muscle, I'm hoping I didn't rip it or something else worse is going on internally. It was easier doing crunches once I lowered my weight on the machine by 10lbs so it gives me hope that it is just sore. Hopefully it'll feel a little better tomorrow.
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  • STHAX10
    I have been with my hubby for 10 years... I told him that if he has to show me 1 day a year what he should everyday, we won't make it, lol. It's purely commercial to me. I am glad that you are happy where you are right now with yourself. emoticon
    1857 days ago
    I'm glad you got in your workouts and enjoyed your day, you don't need anyone to define you or make you happy. Today is just another day people put too much on this one day after all even in a relationship we need to treat everyday like Valentine's Day and some people just don't get it.
    You'll find someone in time , but for now enjoy just being you! I hope your feeling better soon!
    1858 days ago
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