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*AMBER512
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Something weird happened

Thursday, December 13, 2007

So I had been planning to skip the gym yesterday. I'd been working my butt off, so I was going to take a break. I had a friend over with her kids and my mom showed up too. We were all hanging out when I got this burst of energy.

I didn't think much about it until I realized, "Hey, it's because I didn't workout this morning." So when it was time for them to leave I convinced my husband that we should go.

I didn't burn as much as I normally would have in a day, but I burned a decent amount! And it felt SOOOO good.

I never thought that I'd just be hanging out and actually wish that I was at the gym!
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  • NEVER_AGAIN
    Hey ya
    Thank you for dropping by my blog. I thought I would check out yours, you are doing amazing!! good on ya! You are truly an inspiration. And wohoo on the energy , wohoo.
    I am going to add you as a friend!

    3207 days ago
  • MINA218
    Way to go!!! Thanks for dropping by and visiting my blog. I clicked on your sparkpage link and it brought me here. Well done to you and your husband on your weight loss journey!!! I love it when I read people's success stories - it's a great motivator!
    3210 days ago
  • DNJEN471
    That is awesome! Send some of those my way!
    3213 days ago
  • SAMANTHAKALLAS
    Your body is craving the energy release. It's necessary now for you to be able to be "normal." That's great!!
    3214 days ago
  • MDTWEETY
    Way to go! That's one of the ways you know that you've truly made some good lifestyle changes. Congrats! =)
    3214 days ago
  • SWTPRPGRL32
    I give you kudos for going to workout even on your day off. Exercise can be so addicting once you get into it (it used to be for me)
    3214 days ago
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