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day 4

Thursday, October 08, 2009

okay, so today I went to work for 1pm...so I didnt go to the gym in the morning, I mean I was up at 5:30am helping my husband find his wedding band!! He kept turning on the light in the bedroom, so I was like whats wrong, what you looking for? he said his ring, So I get up to help him, and 15min later I told him to try his pants pocket, he always take the ring off to lotion his hands and put it in his pocket...sure enuff, it was in his pants pocket...he was scared as hell, it was written all over his face, so instead of getting dress to hit the gym, I layed back down, toss and turned to I eventually fell off to sleep, woke up at a quarter to ten...yeah, that was my morning....

SO i went to work, did 2 massages, and I pooped, that last one, (a male client) was hardwork...wiped me out, so I contemplated on going to the gym that is in the spa where I work, So I punch out at the new time clock spot, which is like a 3 minute walk from my department, and I had left my workout clothes in my room, so I had to walk back to get my stuff right...so I end up putting on me workout clothes and hit the stationary bike with virtual model on the screen and rode for 25minutes, 3.94miles ...I did something, even though my body was tellin me no...I followed thru, and I did it...its a struggle like I say each day, but I did it...again...til next time..stay blessed...
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    I am so proud of you! I'm glad you went ahead and rode it out! Good job and great motivation to those of us, who will use any excuse not to get it (our workouts) done.
    4271 days ago
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    What a scare. Glad he found his ring.
    4272 days ago
    Glad he found his ring!!! YAY!! for working out. I am so proud of you!! emoticon
    4272 days ago
  • NICOLE285
    you did it that's emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4272 days ago
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