Can't Concentrate....

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

I am so lost in my thoughts and excitement right now I am having a hard time concentrating on the work in front of me. So I decided I would sit back, enjoy my Fiber One Lime yogurt with blackberries and write a little.

I started my evening commitment yesterday, and can I say BORING. These freakin 8 weeks can't get over fast enough.... And I didn't make it to the gym yesterday since I didn't get up for my AM workout and I didn't get out of the class until 8 in the evening. Tonight I think I am going to sleep at home so that I can get myself out of bed in time to make the early morning workout tomorrow.

I keep staring at myself as I dress in the morning and noticing that my belly pudge is much much smaller. This starts my day out great. :) It is so crazy how differently people carry certain weights. On me, 126.8 is still too heavy and I want to get down to 120 and reevaluate my goals from there. Some women look AMAZING and fit at 130.

I'll be at the airport leaving for Vegas in exactly 1 week from today!! Now, that is exciting!! I guess if I could get it off of my mind I might be able to actually concentrate on work..

Sorry for the randomness.. Enjoy your Tuesdays, spin class tonight for me!
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    I think I look pretty tone at 140...so it's always tough when people make comments like, "OMGosh, I'm in the 140s!!!" And my favorite weight zone is in the 130s...which is like the dreaded zone :-P

    Anyway, glad you're lovin your tummy! Post progress pics :)
    3849 days ago
    It's fun seeing those positive changes!
    3849 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Sounds like things are already beginning to improve. Congrats on your progress.
    3849 days ago
    Whoohoo randomness is good! I just had a spot check SAV...not fun. Happy Tuesday!
    3849 days ago
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