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Wonderful day

Saturday, October 12, 2013

I really thought yesterday and today I would have may steps in, No problems. But last night I still owed 1500 steps and tonight 2500. I went to the sewing expo where we walked and were on our feet all day and today to a local outdoor craft fair where we walked a lot. Well not enough. It's not the same as deliberate walk for exercise. So I will go down and walk my steps while watching ALABAMA FOOTBALL :) tonight. I have laundry going as I didn't do this today and will transfer and fold at halftime. Left overs for dinner tonight. I did good eating today and yesterday. My friend is eating clean and it makes food choices/restaurant choices so much easier when you are with health conscious friends. Yesterday ate greek salad with grilled chicken and today grilled chicken sandwich. I had some kettle popped corn at the craft show but we didn't eat the snack foods there as everything was bready, fried, beef or pork. My friend is not eating beef or pork and chicken and fish are much easier for me to digest.

All in all a really nice two days with my friends. Oh by the way, I scored some really nice toys for my office and a hand made quilt rack for my home from a yard sale in route today. I did not break the bank anywhere we went and I stayed within my budget! Makes the two days of fun even better :).

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CAKAROO 10/14/2013 5:48AM


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EMPRESSAMQ 10/13/2013 10:05AM

    Great work doing steps while watching football. emoticon

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    When you are standing in place see if marching in place adds steps. It certainly burns the calories.

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FITWITHIN 10/12/2013 6:31PM

    Keep up the great work!

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