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Yesterday was crazy busy. Today I've been lazy.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Sundays are a little crazy for our family. We live an hour away from our church, and I sing in the choir, which requires me to be in 2 of 3 services on Sunday mornings. It works out because I sing then I can attend sunday school for the first service then I listen to the sermon during the second service. We leave the house at 8am and morning church is over at 12:15...so I gathered up the kids and we hang out in the general area all afternoon, as there's little point in driving home only to return again in a couple of hours for evening services. The kids are in AWANA and that starts at 5:50pm while the adults attend sunday night services. After church we grabbed lunch (I was bad and we went to Taco Casa but I still stayed in my calorie goal for the day) then went to watch a friend play in a soccer game, and came back to church. Because I knew we would be running all over, I knew I would also hit my target steps for the day, which I did, and went over. We finally got home around 915pm last night. Tired!

Today half my house is sick, including my hubby, and my oldest, and I've felt it coming on myself, so we did literally nothing today. We all have napped, and basically been lazy today, resting in the hopes of warding off whatever this bug happens to be. We'll hopefully be more active tomorrow, but I'm giving myself a pass today. I've been good with food though for the most part. I'm still under my calories by about 200, so if I want a snack later I'm still good. I had a huge salad for dinner and it tasted SOOOOO good. I've missed my salads!
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