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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

A typical tuesday for me. Grocery shopping and a walk at the park. Took care of some other stuff in town and enjoyed lunch a Panera Bread..did you know the iced cookie has more calories than the tortellini parmesean! I was within SP range though.

I've had to start taking Benadryl at night to tame the allergies-it also helps me sleep. I will happily except the allergies to enjoy spring!

I walked a little over a mile, plus walking the dogs and shopping-just at 8,000 steps.

My weight remains steady -as usual I can expect a 2 pound up or down on any given day. I've lost 8.5 pounds since Jan 1st. I'm not sure anyone else notices it but **I** can tell in my face, my underwear and some clothes.

Last week,I bought a few things to brighten up my wardrobe for summer..some khaki jeans (ONE SIZE SMALLER) and a couple of tee shirts .Also a couple of neclace/ear ring sets. Maybe$ 50 at walmart.

I liked them so much I bought another top today ($7), pastel greenish.It's a spaghetti strap tank that will be worn with a lightweight white cardigan. It is not a color I have in my closet so -we'll see.

I bought a neclace set to go with it (another $7) It is very neutral and will go with several other things

I wear 99% solid colored clothes and most are mix and match so it's a simple thing to get dressed emoticon

(((BTW if you have never looked at a site called Missus Smarty Pants--it is an awesome site , free news letter but the additional paid subscription part is worth it!)))

I'm off to bed, need to rest up for my 12 pre K kiddos at church tommorrow.
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    good for you
    1861 days ago
    Don't you love going down a size in clothes! Thats just as good as the weight loss.
    1869 days ago
    Buying new clothes in smaller size - what a huge emotional lift! Congratulations! emoticon
    1869 days ago
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