Sick Week

Sunday, March 04, 2012

What a week it has been!

Last Sunday I went for a 2 mile walk and run. I ran half of it (not all at once, intervals.) Then that night my close friend took me out to a movie for my birthday. We saw This Means War. It was pretty good. I like Chelsea Handler and Reese Witherspoon, and Chris Pine is a hottie!

Monday I woke up sick as could be. I have been sick ever since with a bad cold and it has settled in my chest with an awful cough. I am feeling much better, I just have congestion and this deep cough still. I haven't worked out since Sunday though thanks to being sick.

Thursday was my birthday! I am now 24! I went out Thursday night with my friends to Buffalo Wild Wings for dinner and drinks. I only ate 4 boneless mild wings, but I definitely had too many alcohol calories.. And paid for it all day Friday. Working in that condition was no fun. I was so sick to my stomach I only ate half a bowl of soup all day, my stomach was in knots. :( Let's just say I have finally learned my lesson... for now.

Yesterday a friend was having a crawfish boil, so I made a yummy banana pudding and headed on over. We spent the day outside boiling potatoes, turnips, corn, mushrooms, and of course-crawfish! We also fried catfish and fries. I love crawfish boils! They're so much fun, and the food is always so good!

Since I'm feeling much better beside the cough and congestion, I'll be headed back to bootcamp tomorrow and sticking with my plan. I will be doing a DVD today.

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    Happy Belated 24th Birthday :) Sounds like a fun & delicious time! Hope you kicked the lingering illness's butt!!
    2298 days ago
    Happy belated birthday! I sure hope that you are feeling much better! I can relate to waking up on Monday feeling bad!
    2300 days ago
    Happy Birthday! emoticon
    Glad to hear you are feeling better.
    2300 days ago
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