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Big day and my goals for the week

Monday, August 11, 2014

Today is the big day!! emoticon My son is getting his cast off today. It's been a long six weeks. He's so excited and so are we. He's excited to be able to ride his bike again. He's really missed that. Although he's kinda too big for the bike he has now, but we couldn't get him a new one for his birthday since he couldn't even try them out. So we'll probably end up getting him a new one for Christmas. It's waaayy to early to think about that, ugh!!

I figured I would start out the week by listing my goals for the week. I think it will help me stay accountable.

1. Lose at least 1 lb

2. Meet my weekly 8 mile running goal

3. Continue to track my food and stay within my calorie range

4. Get new shoe for my son since his cast is coming off

5. Order my school books (I go back in 2 weeks)

6. Make a reservation for our anniversary dinner on Friday!!

Thanks for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day!! emoticon

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    Great goals for the week! emoticon
    I appreciate the way that you always sound so positive. That sort of attitude rubs off on children thankfully.
    2400 days ago
    Congratulations on your upcoming anniversary. Family is the most important thing, you have to make the most of and celebrate these special times in your life.

    emoticon Cheers!

    What are you studying in college? RN? LPN? Etc.

    Excuse my awe but you can almost run 8 miles emoticon
    I applaud that future accomplishment.
    2400 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/12/2014 1:26:52 AM
    Those are good goals for the week emoticon
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    emoticon for your son! I can only imagine how excited he must be-and you too! emoticon
    Those are great goals! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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