Thursday, December 02, 2010

I did great today! I burned 715 calories this morning with a long walk/run. I only ate a little over 1600 calories, and I tracked every morsel that crossed these lips. I am pretty tired tonight, but I feel like I am on the right track to succeeding with my goals.
I made an awesome dinner for my family. Ham and vegetable soup. Super yummy! I love good food! Tomorrow, I am going to run for 30 minutes, and have a target of 300 calories burned. I am going to eat 1550 calories tomorrow. Plan to succeed! That is what I am doing.
I sometimes feel like I have nothing interesting to share, so I rarely write down any blogs. Here is a little something funny.... We taught our kids a little fire safety and escape plan. We started the lesson by asking what they thought they should do when they hear our smoke detector go off. Our 4 year old said " I know! You take a paper and wave it in the air until it shuts off!" This is something she sees me do often, when I am cooking dinner. Those smoke detectors are super sensitive! emoticonNever a dull moment with little ones.
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    Hahaha! That reminds me of when I was teaching preschool and we had a police officer visit our class. He asked, "What should we do if we're in the car and a police car with it's lights on comes up behind us?" looking for the answer "pull over" although since 4-year-olds don't drive I don't know why he asked that, and one of the kids shouted, "Put your seat belt on!" Hahaha, his parents were busted!

    Sounds like you're doing really well with your eating and exercise! I took a four day long break from running for no good reason, but I broke it this morning with a nice easy 3 miler. Nothing like your epic run/walk!
    3468 days ago
  • BRUIN2
    oh that's funny! and confirms why fire drills are needed too!

    have a great day!!
    3469 days ago
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