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Tuesday Morning...

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Running late...

Tuesday morning, 11ish...lots of work to get going on. Got my 60 sit-ups in, my glucose came in at 136 early this morning.

My intentions are to get over to the pool today, not sure if that will shake out...I have about 3-4 hours of work to finish first, so we'll see. Yesterday in the rain, I did get a good work-out in at the pool and it felt great, tomorrow wednesday after a few re-schedules...the news crew is coming out at 1:30pm to film me exercising in the water.

I did end up having some all-bran cereal late last night...outside of my plan...combo of being hungry and some mindless emotional eating....I'm doing my best, but sometimes I falter!

Have a Smooth Tuesday, Ryan a.k.a 'Big Happy Water Jogger'
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  • NEWLIBRARIAN
    Everyone eats out of plan from time to time. You'll get there Ryan.
    4025 days ago
  • JANEYINMADTOWN
    Did you film with all the rain today? If so, hope it went well!
    4025 days ago
  • MSEVERLAST
    Better all-bran cereal than Cocoa Puffs!!

    You are doing great!!!
    4025 days ago
  • KSGROTHE
    Ryan, I think you're doing very well. All-Bran cereal was probably not too bad a food to have a late night mindless eating session with. Just think what you might've eaten in the past! (If you're like me, it might've been chips or cookies or some other junk food.)

    I hope you get your pool workout in today. It probably helps alleviate your stress.

    Keep up the good work! emoticon

    - Karen
    4025 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3151014
    have fun with the filming. Glad to know I'm not the only one who "falters" a bit. Even the best pitchers in baseball rarely pitch a perfect game. It's about the "average".

    Onward!
    -Judy<
    BR>
    emoticon
    4025 days ago
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