Nice Holy Thursday

Thursday, March 28, 2013

I had a good day. Went to the gym. Did my Body Pump and CXWorks. I then went running for 25 minutes and walked for 35 more minutes. I then got a nice pedicure that was VERY well needed. Yay for extra massage to the footsies. I need new shoes because I think mine are getting run down and making my toes cramp so the massage felt GOOD.

After pedicure and eyebrow was went over to El Torito and got the Chicken Fajita lite and iced tea. I totally stayed in calorie range.

I just got back from Church. Saw the washing of the feet and it was nice.

I have been told twice in the past two days that I should not try and lose more weight. Hmmm...I really don't think I am getting to thin. I still feel I have about 20 pounds to lose. Right in my tummy, my double chin and my arms. But, I did say I would pay attention if people mentioned I should stop trying to lose.

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    I agree try to tone those spots then maybe you won't need to lose. i wish i could go back to hte church I used to love Holy Thurs Mass and good friday etc . Mass in general . Maybe some day
    1853 days ago
    work on toning- your cardio with runs and walks will help keep up the "burn" of any remaining extra trouble spots as your body finds it's new happy place. you truly might not need to lose any more once things sculpt,, who knows for sure? your body will adjust and so will your friends.

    Holy week is such a special time- Christmas gets so much hype from bleievers and non believers alike, but this is where the rubber hits the road- a pivotal point of faith...He came, He lived, He died, He rose again!! Happy Easter
    1854 days ago
    Holy Thursday is one of my favorite masses of the year. That and Holy Saturday. They are beautiful services. Sadly, I work evenings and cannot attend this year. I'm so glad you go and take part.

    1855 days ago
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