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Day 24 - Where are they now?

Thursday, November 24, 2011

I woke up a little late this morning and found that I'd eaten the last banana yesterday and neither Paul, nor I, had remembered to set up the coffee maker last night. I didn't realize how HUGE a part of my morning routine those two things are. Guess I'm going grocery shopping today.

Where are they now? I'm sitting here watching last night's Biggest Loser special. So far they've brought out Olivia, Ali and Jessie.. I'm a mess of tears. I *know* that losing 100 pounds in 6 weeks is NOT normal. I *know* that anyone who puts their mind to it (and gets locked up, fed and trained around the clock) for months at a time can lose weight.... it's still inspiring to see not only their success on the scale but (ESPECIALLY) their emotional successes. THAT'S what inspires me.

Anyway... my to-dos for today:
1) Get enough sleep. emoticon
2) Drink enough water.
3) 5+ fruits & veggies. emoticon
4) Track my food.
5) Move!
6) Do some ST.
7) Do a little straightening up - Paul's sister & her family are visiting Emily for the first time tonight and the dining room will need to have room for all 9 of us. emoticon
8) Grocery shop.

ETA - goal tracking @ 10:20 p.m. Thursday evening. Did not do too well on the goals today. Hopefully, tomorrow goes better.
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  • CHEPRBYTHEDOZN
    I got unsubscribed to your blogs so I"m playing catch up!!!!
    3136 days ago
  • WYOMOL
    Penny - I saw the same episode (I have to watch it secretly cause my DH is so disgusted by it) :) - love your goals - how ya doing since this posting?
    3148 days ago
  • no profile photo CD557571
    Good to hear Paul's family is going to make it to see Emily, without you having to go there.
    3151 days ago
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