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I went for my run. It wasn't bad. In fact, I shaved off 56 secs.
Yesterday I ran up the gradual incline to the "horrendous hill" and I told myself today I would run up half of HH. I got up half of it and felt I could have run all the way up, but I stopped anyway because I told myself I was going to. Isn't it interesting that self-talk can cause you to stop even though you know you can go farther? I did turn around and take a couple pictures of the hill, to post on here, but I haven't looked at them yet. Maybe I'll post them tomorrow. I think I will try to run up HH tomorrow. I could have done it today. That's a whole 3 days earlier I planned. :-)
I did so well on my run today and even started logging my food again. And then Chris makes his mock enchiladas. These "enchiladas" bubble in grease after they're cooked. It takes an entire block of cheddar cheese, and an entire family sized Nalley Chili can, with corn tortillas. Then you put salsa and tortilla chips on top, I did put lettuce on it. :-) But anyway, it is so good but such a bad, bad food choice.
Last night we celebrated a friend's birthday since I'm going to be gone this weekend when she wanted to celebrate it. (This is why I was up late last night.) I was terrible! I counted the calories I ate yesterday and it was well over 3,000 . . . yes, I said 3,000. Then I got home and remembered the cake (a very small piece) and ice cream and s'mores (only one) and glass of wine I forgot to add to my total. I don't even think I want to know what the actual total was. . . a LOT. I told myself I'd be good today and then Chris makes mock enchiladas for dinner. *sigh* Now I have to go add the recipe to sparkpeople to figure out the calories for that. I'm sure it's 1500 in a small helping. *SIGH*