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Three Days Off!

Friday, February 15, 2013

In a few short hours, I'll be starting a long (3 day) weekend! We don't have plans to do much. Work around the house mostly. We need to do that. Hubby is replacing the pond pump, we're both going to do yard clean up after the winter months. So I should have some nice activities on my FitBit and SP. Plus the shopping tomorrow. And he's going to go talk the tint guy about the car window. I'm going with him and I'm going with him. I'm not looking forward to it. emoticon

Hubby got home just before I did last night. I stopped at Smith's to pick up some T-Bone streaks, Twice stuffed potatoes (frozen but still good), and some rolls. I made dinner and it wasn't too bad calories wise except for the rolls. I had 4 of them. I guess I was craving bread and didn't know it until I ate some. Then we had cinnamon rolls for dessert. I ended up way over calories for the day. But I'm not sweating it. I know one day won't hurt me that much. It's more a mind thing. Don't know we're having tonight for dinner. Eating at work today has been good. I skipped my last banana at break, as we had a group cake thing (don't know what we were celebrating). I had only a small piece of cake. emoticon

Got a 57 min workout in today. I was kind of wishing it would have been longer. I was just at an exciting place in the book I'm reading!

Well..that's all I have today. Everyone have a great weekend!

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  • v 123ELAINE456
    Sounds like you had a Good Dinner last night and a Great Workout at work. God Blessings to You and Everyone. Have a Wonderful Weekend. Take Care. Hugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1232 days ago
  • v CALENSARIEL
    So what book has you so enthralled this time? Hugs, Calen~
    1232 days ago
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