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The Scale was wrong!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

For years I have lied to myself about the scale telling myself it weighs heavy. Today it did! I weighed in and Whew how did I gain 5 lbs. overnight? Well weights do fluctuate I thought, but not since January has it jumped like that. So I stepped off and checked the 150 pound weight and it was not in its notch. My husband had weighed and thoughtfully put it back in that position but it was not in the notch. Stepped back up and I am down another lb.

I HAVE REACHED 90.5 LBS. LOST !!!! Hoorah! Happy Dance! Woo HOO!

On another note I hurt yesterday all over. My bones hurt, I had a headache, My thumbs hurt. I spoke to my husband who also hurt all over, was having chills and had low grade fever. OH NO NOT SICKNESS! Well he came home yesterday and couldn't concentrate or keep his eyes open. He was putty all evening. I made him home made chicken noodle soup and gave him tylonol. Today he seems better.

I myself must have had a milder bug because I went to Zumba last night and well I think I'll stick to running. I enjoyed the fellowship but their was way to much stopping and starting in this class which was a beginner class. I didn't even break a sweat until I decided to run the track for the last two songs. I saw the track when I walked in and it called to me the whole time. I am glad I ran a mile on the track and it finished my steps for the day.

Well today is a new day and I have 10,000 new steps to get in so gotta go. Have a great day where ever you are!
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    Wow...close call....I bet you caught your breath and check it closely next

    1687 days ago
    Oh Good! Hate wrong scales!
    1687 days ago
    Congratulations on your current weight loss! Keep up the good work!
    1687 days ago
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