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What a Weekend!!

Sunday, June 05, 2011

So, Friday had been one week since I had been weighed for the first time at the gym. I stepped on the scale to see how much progress I've made and I've lost 5lbs!! Woo Hoo!! I've done this before though. I see results for a few weeks, then when the weight loss starts to slow down, I start to give up. I think I've got a brighter outlook this time...it just feels different. I don't know...
Saturday was absolutely wonderful!! I scored some last minute tickets to Kenny Chesney's concert in DC Saturday night, so that was AWESOME! My best friend and I spent the morning taking in the sights of DC (my first time there)! Then, we danced the night away to Uncle Kracker, Billy Currington, The Zac Brown Band, and KENNY CHESNEY! In the midst of having an absolutely amazing time, I managed to burn tons of calories as well!! Between walking for hours through DC, and shaking my hips for about 5 hours, I got in well over my expected amount of fitness for the day!! LOL
Today, we got pizza for dinner and my mouth was watering!! After 2 slices I felt gross, and kind of ashamed I guess. I kinda felt like after all the hard work I'd been putting in, was 2 slices of pizza really worth it?!? So, after the kids and husband went to bed, I took the dog for a short walk (about 20 minutes) and I feel a little better....
All in all, I'd say I had a GREAT weekend!! Just hoping it keeps up emoticon
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    Awesome! Go you!
    I feel the same way about Pizza, I always feel GREESY. lol
    There are some great recipes for Cauliflower crust pizza...even my DH loves it.
    All the flavor, no guilt!
    3561 days ago
    That DOES sound like a great weekend! I LOVE Kenny!!
    Way to go on taking the dog for a walk after the pizza! Can you believe we used to put TONS of that into our body without even thinking about it?

    3561 days ago
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