I am glad that the glow of the treadmill has faded. I was worried that I would continue to love it even after it started getting lighter and I wouldn't run outside very much anymore. But I definitely am missing my outside runs, especially since it's warmer (40*) and sunnier. =)
I forgot to mention that my workout buddy, April, broke her foot falling down some stairs at work. I haven't heard from her since Friday evening. I feel badly for her. She was really loving the running/wogging, and now she can't do much of anything. I noticed when she would challenge me that I was doing more. Now that I haven't heard from her in several days, and even not much last week, I have slacked off from the kettle bell and the situps. I know I should be doing them, but running is so much easier. I just don't want to take the time.
Have you seen this chicken?
Check this out . . .
Last night was a mini-win for me. Damian made this chicken, and I ate one piece. I felt like eating another. Both Damian and Chris didn't finish theirs and offered me their leftovers, and I turned down both of them. I picked at it once, and then stuck some gum in my mouth. Chewing on gum always helps me.
I will often go home the day after this is made and have it for leftovers and since I ate 2 or 3 pieces the night before there will only be 2 or 3 pieces left and I will eat 2 for lunch. Today, I went home for lunch. I told myself that I was going to have one piece of the leftover chicken and an apple and then chew on gum. That is exactly what I did.
It is not healthy, it is not good for me, and to a lot of people, it is probably really gross chicken, however, I LOVE it. And last night and today I beat it . . . although, there are still 3 pieces left sitting at home, so now I just need to avoid the temptation to eat anymore today. Limit myself to one a day. =) How silly that sounds, but so true.
All chicken is NOT created equal.
*16 days till Disneyland!