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This Has Been One LONG Ash Day!

Friday, July 19, 2013

And no...that's NOT a typo in the title. You can guess what that word is suppose to be. emoticon But it has a been a long day at work. Issues with a project I did, trying to trouble shoot the root cause has taken ALL day. I even cut my workout short (but not out!) to work on it with a co-worker. We have narrowed it down some, but will need to work some on it. emoticon

I'm even thinking about maybe taking hubby to dinner. If he still has his clothes on when I get home. Sometimes he's already changed into his "comfy" clothes (his sleep shorts and tank top). Otherwise I'm thinking Beanie Weenies for dinner! emoticon

I was over calories last night, but I did do a second workout (on our treadmill) for 60 mins. Since hubby had to work last night, I hoped on it and watched a cheesy SyFy movie about the almost destruction of Seattle. The star was Esai Morales. Boy was he a HOTTIE in the second season of Jericho! Anyway..Seattle survived just fine. emoticon

Like I said earlier...I cut my workout to 45 mins today. But I already have over 10K steps on my Fitbit. Oh and yesterday I had over 18K steps on it. emoticon

I think we're going to AZ for lottery tickets tomorrow morning. And taking my car. First time for a longish trip like that. emoticon I'll get stuck in the back seat as we're taking an older friend of ours. But that's OK...I'll read a book on my tablet. emoticon

SO..that will do it for me right now. Have a great weekend everyone!

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    Hey! did you see Sharknado on Syfy the other night? It was so BAD it was GOOD! LOL Now they're doing a sequel and the channel is running a contest to see what they'll name it. Honestly, that was one creative movie. Especially the last few minutes! What was the name of the Seattle one? Hugs, Calen~
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