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6 AM CYCLE?????

Friday, March 27, 2009

Today I am off of work. DD was at her dad's for 3 days (she's on Spring Break) and and I decided to stay home with her today.

So what do I do??? I teach a 6 AM CYCLE CLASS! At least I have my workout done for the day! I know most of the students because they take the Saturday am classes or some of the evening classes and we had a good workout.

For breakfast before class I did the egg beaters with cheese - I topped it off with some salsa this time - it was awesome! After my workout I had some organic Trader Joe's yogurt and a banana (organic, from Trader Joe's - I love Trader Joe's!)

Today is going to be really nice - mid 50's and sunny so after my nap I plan to get out in the flower beds and clean them up.

Tonight we have movie night, watching Twilight, then tomorrow I teach at 9 am. Yeah, no 7:30 or 8 am class so I get to sleep in (for me)!

Sunday I run in a race!! A 5k. I'm not worried about the distance at all - last Sunday I ran 4.1 miles, but it's going to be around freezing when we run! I don't ever run when it's cold so it will certainly be something new! Race report to follow on Sunday :)
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  • PDRAKE
    You always have so much going you are a very devoted person.
    4352 days ago
  • HOPP73
    You are one busy lady! Wishing you much good luck on your race!
    4354 days ago
  • BILLALEX70
    Sounds like you've got your hands full with that schedule. It does take quite the balancing act to be a worker, parent, spouse/girl(boy)friend, exerciser and the list goes on and on.

    I love Trader's as well, I just don't utilize them that much. I also love Whole Foods. I just need to set aside time to come down for a shopping day.

    Best of luck tomorrow!
    4355 days ago
  • LFLFLPLP
    Good luck on your race!! I'm sure you will do fabulously!
    4355 days ago
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