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Best Laid Plans

Monday, July 29, 2013

I had some plans for today but they only kind of happened.

Today's plan: eat in range - Did this just barely
Exercise: Did fit in some WIO late this afternoon
Organizing: Clean closet. Get rid of clothes that don't fit. Did not happen. Ran out of time.

I've been trying to get on track after vacation week away. Doing okay but I can do better. Today was difficult because it was my mother's birthday and we went out to Weathervane. Everyone got some kind of fish or seafood and I got chicken. emoticon Then hubby and I split a strawberry shortcake. Yummy! emoticon

My day was cut up with doctor appointments: mine and my mother's so not the best kind of day but did make the best of it and did most things according to plan.

Tomorrow we are going to a State Park and do some walking. Then I will hit the closet! emoticon
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  • _VALEO_
    "clean closet" did not happen: it's the story of my live. Glad you came out of it! emoticon
    1695 days ago
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    1697 days ago
    I think you did GREAT! It's all about rolling with the punches...and you did it! Keep up the good work! Welcome back from vaca...I know that's rough. Hang in there! Thanks for the encouragement and for checking up on me! I appreciate that so much! Spark on! emoticon emoticon
    1697 days ago
    Sorry your day didn't go exactly as planned; but, still sounds like you were plenty busy.

    Enjoy the park tomorrow. That sounds great!

    1697 days ago
    Well, it sounds like tomorrow you are in for lots of exercise at the skate park!

    Good luck getting to that closet! I did that recently and it felt pretty good to find some old 'treasures' that fit me again.

    1697 days ago

    my sister lost 105 lbs walking 15000 steps day at age 64.

    1697 days ago
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