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Sunday, May 05, 2013

It was another beautiful day today. Warm breezes and sunshine. Since I walked Cooper almost 11 miles yesterday I made an attempt to make today more of a rest day. It looks like our mileage will be under 10 miles today, so I will call it a successful effort.

It is strange... I haven't been very hungry the last couple of days. I don't know what it is, but there is no real urge to eat, even when I know I need to. Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining. It is just odd.

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    You needed that rest day!
    1616 days ago
    I agree with Kaliswalker, but I also think our bodies require different food as it warms up than it wanted during the winter. It's a good thing because different food is available if you pay attention to locally grown.
    1625 days ago
    I bet it was a beautiful walk! It's been such lovely weather recently (well here anyways).

    Sounds like you deserved that rest day!
    1625 days ago
    just stay tuned in to what your body is telling you. obviously you don't need to eat as much on "rest" days as you do on "active" or "epic" days You always post about high quality choices that find their way into your kitchen. they far outnumber any of the poorer choices that could be had. You are an artist when it comes to satisfying your body's nutritional needs- you don't need to be in the constant seek mode-always looking for the elusive item that will hit the spot- you have it under control
    1626 days ago
    You're doing good. Keep it up!
    1626 days ago
    I love those odd weird days when I'm not really hungry. I always wonder why and wish I could duplicate those days when I really need them!
    1626 days ago
    You are amazing!

    And your urge to eat is over here! Mind if I send it home? emoticon
    1626 days ago
    Your body wants to hit 160!
    1626 days ago
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