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A very long day

Saturday, June 22, 2013

I got up and walked this morning, and then pulled on some different shoes and helped my dad clean out the garage. We got rid of a couple of truckloads of things (given to the Idaho Youth Ranch, an awesome charity that assists kids here in Idaho) and we got a lot of stuff thrown out and picked up. After that, we had to go on a town-wide search for a repair piece for my father's Coleman camping lantern. He's going to be camping next weekend, and Mom and I are going to be here alone. It will be fantastic.

I'm a bit discouraged tonight, because I put back on 2 pounds and didn't really stick close to the diet today. But I tell myself that i can start fresh tomorrow and Monday, and it will be fine. I logged 20 miles walking this week even with the migraine. That is good progress.

I brought my bookcase inside today (it's been in the garage) and I'm going to put the books that are currently residing in the closet in it. I've got it started, but tomorrow will be another day. Despite the fact that I am serving as lay-leader for our service tomorrow evening at church, there should be plenty of time to finish it all up. The service will only be about an hour, or actually less since it's just a morning prayers service with a few elements of the regular service thrown in. So, there is plenty of time. I guess I am just a little upset that I have to go do it tomorrow night; I am not looking forward to it. Usually I do.

I'm really tired and I'm not sure I will be walking tomorrow morning, or if I will wait and do it tomorrow afternoon. I'm going to try to get to bed early tonight, and if I can get 8+ hours of sleep, I will walk at 7, otherwise I will walk after church.
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    I hope your day goes well! Great job on the walking.
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