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bringing myself back down

Monday, June 10, 2013

It's almost been a month since my last blog and I am down about 3 & a quarter lbs..
not bad..

I took a little break from fitness and now I need to get back into it!
I am proud to have maintained/ lost
..but who knows where I would be now if I stayed on track??
I guess it's good to take a breather.

Spent the weekend in Madison with my hubby, son and dad.
We had a blast!

Took my pops to Nitty Gritty on Friday for his birthday, that was fun..
he got a little embarrassed
but isn't that what birthdays are all about??

Spent Friday and Saturday in the pool at the hotel!!
I wore my old suit (the 1st one my hubby ever saw me in) to the pool this weekend
good to be back in a non-skirted swim suit..
My thighs are thick and a little dimpled, but I don't care.

Saturday morning we stopped by the farmer's market at Capital Square and it was bomb.
I don't think I had anything healthy..
well freshly made lemonade, but I'm sure there was a ton of sugar..
Split a whoopie pie with my man and had a venison stick.. could've been worse.
Pretty sure whatever I ate I burned off chasing my little guy on the lawn of the Capital.

Saturday night we spent at Warner Park at the Take Steps walk for CCFA.
It was a nice casual stroll around a lake, very relaxing..

All in all an active weekend!

Today I am skipping the gym, but taking my son for a long walk/ jog to the park
Maybe we'll even make it to one of the city pools after work this week!!
..it's finally warm enough and I don't want to wait until the weekend to take another dip!

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    I love everything about this blog! I haven't been to the Nitty Gritty in years, but I love the farmer's market @ Capitol. I love the hot & spicy cheesy bread so so so much even though it's a weight loss nightmare! Congrats on the weight loss!
    1745 days ago
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