Today was a history making day and I'm glad I was able to witness it. It would have been awesome to have been there with the other millions of people, but I was happy with being able to be warm and wear shorts instead of layers of clothing like the people that were outside. Charlotte was watching with me and I was trying to get her to say President Obama. But all I could get out of her was Present Omama. Close enough! I have faith that he will help our country in great ways.
As for yesterday, I didn't blog because I had an awful toothache right before bed and with the help of some Tylenol PM, I was sound asleep very quickly. I don't quite remember what I ate yesterday, but I was a good girl. I also got on the treadmill yesterday for 30 mins, did 35 situps, 6 pushups and some leg lifts. I think I am going to save up for either a new treadmill or an eliptical machine. I would like to try some jogging on the treadmill but the belt slipping is going to cause me to fall one of these days. Geannie is the one that gave me this one and when she was here earlier I got on it and showed her what it does to me. She didn't have any problem when she was using it. Back in the day when I was going to Gold's Gym, I liked getting on the elipticals because I really felt like I was making some progress.
Today I ate:
*bowl of special k yummy chocolate delight mixed with some special k cinn. pecan and some soy milk....didn't see much of a taste difference so i'm happy with it
*large grilled chicken salad with organic romaine lettuce and lite italian dressing
*2 cups of coffee with splenda and lots of cream
*cup of mint tea with splenda
I got so caught up in stuff that I realized I forgot to eat dinner. I sent Michael and Leslie and Charlotte out for pizza while I stayed home with Sophie. Geannie brought over the bunk beds tonight and I just lost track of time. I was trying to tidy things up before hand and got really into it. There is nothing like having somebody come over to make you get in gear and clean house!
Tomorrow we are going to attempt to put together the bunk beds. Leslie is really excited. I'm excited too, I always wanted bunk beds when I was a kid!