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What's for Breakfast Today?

Friday, March 08, 2013

Well since I had an epic fail yesterday in not eating cereal, I made up for it today by having cereal for breakfast AND dinner! :) Today was a pretty good day, I'm still really stiff from the workout the other day, which is a little odd that it's still lingering, but I did manage to do some stretches along with quite a bit of walking. I'm hoping tomorrow will be even a little less painful so I can actually get in a "real" workout. I know walking and things that I've been doing can be a workout, but I want to actually sweat hard for AT LEAST an hour tomorrow, that is my goal. Also, James got to see his room about 10am and the text I got from him said "touché". So I told him I hope he enjoyed the surprise party I left for him. :) While he was cleaning some of it up though, he forgot to duck and ran his face into the light above his bed that we had tied balloons and taped streamers too. So he ended up in the ER getting the cut on his head glued shut. Serves him right? I mean, I actually do feel really bad about it, but he keeps telling me "it's fine, no big deal." But I do feel bad. Oh well, 1 down, 2 to go :) Here's an Instagram collage Aimee made of last night's damage :) she is actually laying in the pile of balloons. Lol

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FITANDFIFTY2 3/9/2013 12:54AM

    I love the fiber 1 cereals.... so great!! I have done the same with breakfast and dinner. Hope your weekend is s a great one!

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LUCASMOM2003 3/8/2013 11:11PM

    That's good you made up for it today...have tried the chocolate fiber one? Makes hungary for cereal...

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REDMOUNTAIN 3/8/2013 11:04PM

    I love Fiber One, but had an egg, toast, and chicken sausage this morning.

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