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Vacation Frustration

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I'm feeling bloated and out of shape but am unsure if these feelings are warranted.

On Thursday, four friends from MA came up to visit for the weekend. They arrived at my place at around 8:00PM. We did a bit of light grocery shopping for snacks and dinner and breakfast in the morning. On Friday, we woke up to bacon and eggs, went to the zoo for the day, and had dinner at Boston Pizza. On Saturday, we woke up and had breakfast (mine was just fruit) and watched a few hours of terrible Nicholas Cage movies. We went downtown in the afternoon and walked around to show them the sights. We went to a Mexican restaurant where I had half of a delicious tinka burrito (chicken). The night ended at Clinton's, a bar and dance club, followed by karaoke into the wee hours of the morning. Sunday and Monday were spent at the campground where we ate smaller meals that weren't necessarily healthy, but at least weren't large. I had a hotdog and a burger and a grilled cheese sandwich as well as a couple handfuls of chips. Not much in the form of beverages beyond water, a Gatorade, and two Mooseheads (beer).

Now that the gang is gone and I'm left to my own devices, I feel sluggish. Perhaps this is due to the fact that I did not actively seek out opportunities to walk like I was in the weeks prior and perhaps it is also due to the fact that my monthly visitor is making an early appearance. Whatever the case, I don't like feeling this way.

Josh and I are walking home today. I hope the 1.5-2 hr walk will help put me back on track. I have not derailed by any stretch of the imagination and am already looking forward to seeing the next ten pounds drip off my body in the form of sweat, but in the meantime I just feel so *off*.

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