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Thursday, October 21, 2010

I made it through the fruits/veggies (6), water (2.5L) and exercise (3km run) part of my plan today but when I was having my treat, I realized I'd had a snack that I'd forgotten to log. The good news is that, in the end, I was only 34 calories over and all my other numbers are good. (fats, proteins, carbs)
It was a great run tonight - AP 6:10/km - with the Hypothermic HM crew. Hughy came with me and he enjoyed it. Maybe he'll lose that 6 pounds the vet suggested if I keep bringing him out. Of course, I should probably stop buying him timbits after we run...... I always buy him two. Tonight the drive-thru dude gave him one (obviously he didn't know that the two I bought were for the dog) so I ate the third one. THEN I found some very nom-nom mini Rolos, dark chocolate, at Superstore, bought them and had a serving. Therein lies the oops. I *thought* I had 180 cals left to play with and it turns out I was 70 calories off. Oh well. No gold star today but that's ok. It was still a VERY good day.
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    Nicely done Chicka!! Sounds like you and Hughy had a FANTASTIC day:):)

    3742 days ago
    I agree that it was a silver star day!
    3743 days ago
    Great job.
    3743 days ago
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    Honesty is the best policy, and 34 ain't that bad!

    Do you know that the only notification I have been getting from SparkPeople in the past two days is the one that tells me you wrote a blog? I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm glad at least you are writing, or I'd get no notes!
    3743 days ago
  • MARIE625
    Good job! emoticon
    3743 days ago
    How 'bout a silver star for the day? Plus a smiley face for being honest with yourself about what you ate!

    You're doing great Penny!
    3743 days ago
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