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Quick Saturday entry

Saturday, November 21, 2009

First - confession. I had one drink last night. It was premeditated and it was tasty and delicious. I am back on the wagon as of the second I finished my beverage.

Did not go climbing last night either ::sigh:: We didn't even finish work until almost 6, and by then we were hungry for dinner. I had a BBQ chicken sandwich and a few fries, but half of it came home with me and hubby will probably have it for lunch.

We are walking to the mailbox today to mail a couple bills, and I certainly plan to walk beyond that mailbox! It's a lovely day and not too warm so hopefully not too many non-locals driving on our road. If we do our road-walk it's about two and a half miles with a couple hundred foot elevation gain (and then we come back down so between 400 and 500 ft elevation change.)

As I finish my coffee I will be putting together that workout plan I talked about yesterday. I was hoping to get it done YESTERDAY as I can usually manage to cut my Friday work-day short, but yesterday was hades in a handbasket day. Oi! Anyway, that is my next item to tackle on my to do list, the one right next to me that I will be following today.

I have a goodly amount of stuff to get ready for tomorrow's performance and then just those weekly chores we all get to do like laundry. My goal is to do our workout plan then TURN OFF this laptop and ignore it until I need to check messages later. If I have time I NEED to read a book I got from the library about energy management that I hope will lend some advice to further my general wellness goals. Hubby may go to a show tonight but I already opted out since I need to get up at 9am at the latest and be on my game emoticon
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  • _MAOMAO_
    Have a great walk and here's sending you great performance energy for manana!
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