Thursday, April 11, 2013
Today was a great day. It started out at 5:30 am this morning. I got my two boys up for school, and had my breakfast of oatmeal and fruit at 6:00am. After getting the last boy off to school at 8:15am. I started my first load of laundry, and unloaded the dishes from the dishwasher from dinner the previous evening. At 9am I put the turkey in the oven, and sat down with my laptop posting on Spark People, and Facebook.
At 10:15am I drove to the gym, where at 10:30am I started my workout. I did 60 minutes on the stationary bike, and cooled down for 15 minutes on the treadmill. After my workout. I went to Subway, where I enjoyed a "6 Black Forest Ham on wheat, with no cheese, and all my veggies, and Balsmic Vinegrette. I also a bowl of their Brocoli Cheddar soup, and a nice tall glass of ice tea. After my delicious lunch.
I went over and had the oil changed in my car, and then it was off to the Post Office. Went to the store, to pick up some things for dinner, and then it was back home, to wait for the boys to arrive back home. As I walked through the door, I could smell the aroma from turkey coming into the living room. I removed the turkey from the oven, and put on the next load of laundry.
The boys arrived home at 3pm and 4pm. After doing homework, and reading assignments, we sat down at 5:30 for a delicious dinner of turkey, Asian salad, watermelon, cantaloupe, and acorn squash. After dinner the dishes were done, and out for an evening walk with my mother. We walked for 30 minutes. Stopping by my parents house, so the boys could go say hi to their grandpa. After a 30 minute visit, it was back home for baths, and some Sponge Bob time.
I am getting ready to put the boys into bed, start up the dishwasher and fold the last load of laundry. I could say I had a pretty busy day, and my workout was totally fantastic. I am ready to go at it again tomorrow.
Have a blessed evening.
Quote for the day:
"..never regret the things that have happened in your life, these things all contribute to building character and it is character that makes us who we are today."