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Another day off

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Well, this has been a strange work week. I had the weekend off so I could go to the "Spring Bazaar" on Saturday, which turned into a flop (waste of time). Sunday I spent most of the day with my friend, Brenda, and ended up going outside of the park to the little town of Tusayan, for Carvel's ice cream. (hey I only gained 1 pound since the weight-loss contest ended here)

I worked Monday, had Tuesday off, worked Wednesday, and have today off so I can attend the health fair which starts at noon. (need to get blood pressure re-checked and hoping someone at health fair will do cholesterol checks)
I have also scheduled to have the 20th & 26th & 27th off. 20th I'll be going to a heat stress class. The evening of the 25th I'll be going to a first aid training class and didn't want to get up early the next day for work...so instead on the 26th, I'll be going into Flagstaff with a bunch of other employees....and we will get back to the canyon in time for me to go to line-dancing class.

But the next 4 days I will be going into work at 5am....so back to normal.
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  • CANYON_GAL
    Actually there is no fast food joint inside the national park. But McDonald's is about 8-10 miles away...down the street from Carvel's ice cream.
    4217 days ago
  • ONEREALLYBIGDOG
    I agree with Wild4stars on you being too busy to overeat.
    My problem would be the dreaded fast food chains and the tempations
    to stop and grab a bite.

    At home, and I am retired, I do much better than when I'm on the fly, LOL

    Keep up the great work

    Tony, in STL, MO
    4218 days ago
  • WILD4STARS
    Sounds like you are keeping yourself too busy to have time to overeat!!
    Smart strategy !
    Vikki
    4222 days ago
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