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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

I'm exhausted today. I just wanted to stop in and thank everyone for all the support. I have not heard back from either running group yet. Fingers are crossed that something works out.

I did ok on going out to eat tonight. I'm still within calorie range (even after pizza). Problem is I really want to eat. So I've decided to give in to my exhaustion and go to sleep. Maybe I'll feel better in the morning.

On other thing. To my friends that use a fitbit. I'm thinking some friendly competition on the fitbit site might be fun (or at least motivational). Here's the link to my page. Friend me if you want.

Warm Wags.
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    Alright i will join in the competion.
    1756 days ago
    Alright, scratch that. I found ya.
    1757 days ago
    I could use some good ole competition. Not sure if it's my computer or not but it's not letting me use the link. Will try again.

    Great job on staying within caloric range. Pizza sure sounds supper yummy.
    1757 days ago
  • JUSTME29
    I hope you got a good night's sleep. I find that when I'm really tired my hungry signals and my tired signals get criss-crossed so all I want to do is eat when all I need to do is sleep.
    1757 days ago
    I hope this finds you better rested and motivated!

    Keep in mind of how you look and feel know compared to this time last year...

    Very inspiring!

    1757 days ago
    I'll definitely add you on Fitbit!

    Do you have a Fleet Feet, or specialty running store in your area? If so, Fleet Feet offers running training programs, which are a great way to meet other runners. I did the 5K program a few years ago. Even if you don't need the training, you can volunteer as a mentor to the new runners. It's a great way to meet people and run with the group once or twice a week.

    I wish we lived closer--I think we would have a riot running together. emoticon

    1757 days ago
    It's ok to rest if you're tired. Rome wasn't built in a day & your new body won't be "built" in a day. Just keep moving forward as best as you can. Slow is still progress.

    1757 days ago
    Hope you got a good nights sleep. I went to bed early, too! It was needed.

    I tried to friend you on Fitbit...but their site is down. I'll have to revisit that later today.

    I really need to get more active. I was doing really great when I got my fitbit. Now....well, part of my problem's cold. I have warm cloths for the farm...but not for regular activity. I don't even own a winter jacket...I do for the farm. sigh.

    Have a GREAT Thursday! I'll be thinking of you!
    1757 days ago
    Before I "think" I need to eat I HALT!

    H - Hungry?
    A - Angry?
    L - Lonely?
    T - Tired?

    Usually the answer to my "hunger" is somewhere in there! I hope you had a good nights rest!
    1757 days ago
    Have a good night. I hope everything works out for the best.
    1757 days ago
    Sleeping is the best during the weight-loss journey. It makes you feel rested and the more hours you are awake, it's more luckily for you to eat.
    Well done for staying in calories range, even with the pizza!

    1758 days ago
    I'll send you a friend request on Fitbit once their site is back up again. I haven't been checking in that much on SP recently. But I hope you're feeling better.
    1758 days ago
    Sleep well!
    1758 days ago
    Sounds like your body needs some rest! Good for you for listening to it. As for the running groups, I'm sure that they will get back to you as soon as they can. With the crazy weather, it may be a couple of days.

    I sure wish we could meet for a coffee or such!! emoticon
    1758 days ago
  • 1EMMA2011
    Great job going to sleep early! Sending you lots of hugs!

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