Rough Start Friday

Friday, June 11, 2010

So glad it's Friday. Went running this morning. Our 5K run. Today was more of a walk, we were both tired and I had a headache. We get back to the car and I realize I have locked my keys in the car. Great! I called my husband and since it's a company car the spare is at his office. He had to go down there get a spare and come unlock the car. Thankfully, he was pretty good about it. Just hate when I do stuff like that. Oh well, it's Friday. Yea. Glad I got my exercise in. Yesterday I decided to take the day off. Did some gardening last night. I have tomatoes, yes, they just now need to turn to red. Can't wait.
Dinner tonight will be a challenge. One more birthday dinner party for my sister. We are going to this italian place out in the country and the view is amazing. In fact the name of it is Mountain View Italian Kitchen. I looked at the menu on line. Lots of cheese. I'm thinking about the shells stuffed with broccoli and see if they can leave the cheese off the top. I mean, come on, they already have cheese in them.
Ready for another busy week-end. Cooking show in the morning and maybe wine festival for a little bit.
Time for some Friday oatmeal and hit the road.

RUN/WALK: 21.2

Weight In - 129.5
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Nice to hear hubby was great about it. There's nothing worse than feeling crappy about something only for the other to make you feel crappier!!

    Hope your Friday night is great!!
    3914 days ago
    I'm so glad your husband was available and able to rescue you! Have a great time at dinner - your meal plan sounds very sensible, yet delicious.
    3914 days ago
    No cheese on top sounds like a great plan. You'll do fine. Hope your day gets lots better!
    3915 days ago
    hey you got out there and that is what counts.
    3915 days ago
    What a way to start the day. All uphill from here.
    3915 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.

More Blogs by LLLAWSON