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What a wasted day

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Hubby pulled a 16 after working 12 yesterday. I got up at 5:15 and had a cup of coffee and chatted before he left for work. I thought about going back to bed for a couple of hours but didn't.

After I stopped off at the store after church I didn't do anything the rest of the day. Ate lunch. Not a good choice...Big "B" bbq. I have no idea how much I ate. I just spooned it on the 1 slice of rye bread and the bun. I can not do that. I'm cheating myself. Either by eating too much or not enough.

A beautiful day outside and I sat in the recliner watching the boob tube. I could have and should have been outside doing something. This seems to be a pattern for me 2 sundays a month. The 2 Sundays a month hubby works. I need to find something else to do instead of feeling sorry for myself. Why else would you spend all day in the recliner in front of the boob tube if your physically able to move?

Traveling to Nashville Monday. It's going to be a day trip this time. My sister surprised them last night when she walked in. They didn't know she was coming this weekend. My mom asked if I had heard from her. It was hard to tell my mom I'd left a voice mail but she didn't call me back when I knew she would be down late last night.

Tuesday & Thursday is "Team 13" training for the 1/2 marathon. Saturday is the 10K. WooHoo!! I'm ready. I'll finish standing up. The goal is to better my time from last year.

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  • 102633
    Can't change what has already taken place. You can change what you choose to do the next time the hubby is spending the day working.

    Just think of the healthy profitability of what you can do differently when the opportunity presents itself.
    4068 days ago
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