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Excuses, Excuses...not even that- just flat out ignoring it!!

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Okay... so I planned to start my walking yesterday. My Peapod order was to arrive between 5 and 7pm-- so I dare not walk during that time as I would not hear the truck pull in. So of course the truck comes at 7pm. Well after relaxing for two hours, and putting away $200 worth of courses I just totally COP OUT!

I think, no biggie, I have a walking date tomorrow after school, I will start then. So around 2pm I email my walking buddy to ask her when she would like to meet me for our walk. And she replies, "Oh My Gosh, I am so sorry, I didn't realize you were waiting for me, I already walked." I guess we crossed wires and misunderstood each other because obviously she wasn't thinking I was walking with her.. ... so do I walk... NO-- again I POOP OUT.

What is my problem. The others on this Biggest Loser Challenge are pumped and doing Zumba, walking, doing the stairs, etc.... what the hell is my problem? And of course they are losing... and I am staying the same.

When I walked the two miles with my husband on Sunday my calves and shins were KILLING me until today (I live on a huge mountain and the mountain does me in). I could have walked today- but because I had no one to walk with I didn't want to head to the track at my school by myself. SO LAME!

I guess I am not mentally prepared to commit to exercise, even freakin' walking. I am doing great at eating within my calories and drinking my water but I can NOT get myself to move my arse! Grrrrrrr........!!!!! emoticon
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    I love walking with a friend--it makes it go faster. We cross wires a lot too. Now, it's getting colder and my friend backs out. Good thing we care for each other so much--we try to hold one another accountable.
    Have a great walk! Sounds like an awesome terrain for great calves!
    2745 days ago
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