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A really really good day!

Monday, February 13, 2012

Things really went my way today and I am appreciative of it! A co-worker made me a bracelet, just for fun. My heart flew out of my chest and went straight to heaven. I am so happy and surprised with it that I was sqweeling.

With our Biggest Loser at work, I lost 8lbs! The first time we weighed in, my manager said that we should keep everything on so we weigh more and so there are more lbs lost on the next weigh in. So this time, I took off everything besides my socks, pants, and under shirt. I feel like its cheating but he's letting everyone cheat here.

I joined the Y. It was crazy busy at 5-7 like they said it would be. I guess I was always nervous that it was going to be the rush hour of hot people. Nah, it was all families. It was loud. It was as if the Y was more of a day care than a gym. I have my trainer meet up on Wed.

Tomorrow! Happy Early V-Day Kids!! I plan on romance and all sorts tomorrow! Keith is taking me to Red Lobster for Lunch and then I'm not sure where we're going but I plan on drinking a bottle of wine to myself tomorrow and eating a bite of chocolate. I wish happy thoughts for all of you!!
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  • FRAN0426
    I think all the Y's are busy right after work, glad I can go during the day. Congrats on the weight loss---your doing great.
    3102 days ago
    Glad you had a great day and that you ROCKED the scale!
    3102 days ago
  • L-RIOT
    The day care at mine is larger than the actual gym :)
    3102 days ago
    I am so glad you had a good day!

    I hear ya on the gym being busy between 5-7! My YMCA is too, but it is the only time I can go. I do like my Sunday afternoon sessions, because it is soooo quiet! Mine is like a daycare too; I have to wade through 100 kids just to get into the gym!
    3102 days ago
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