Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Last Tuesday of March

Time flies.

Thanks to everyone for the kind comments on my last post. I love my cats. I say that a lot, but it's true. They make me happy. Okay, sometimes they do a fine imitation of being a pain in the ass, but mostly, they just make me happy.

I did try to post last night, but my computer at home was acting weird, so I rebooted it and I did not have the patience to sit there and wait for it to boot up and then log on, etc. I was tired. I felt tired all day yesterday for some reason. Much better today (I say as I sit here yawning at my desk).

I don't feel like I have a lot to say. Though, being me, I'll use a lot of words to say that. For a quiet person I do tend to use a lot of words to spit out what little I do have to say. Basically, I've been feeling very discouraged and tired but I feel like you guys have listened to quite enough of my whining so I don't want to do it again. I want the scale to move, I think I need to make some changes, and I'm thinking things over to try and come up with a plan.

Last night was leftovers for supper (turkey breast with stuffing and veggies, and yes, one last piece of apple pie). I did lower body weights and a walk on the treadmill. Racking up the mileage for this week, so that's good.


the Bag Lady said...

Yup, cats can do a good impression of being a pain in the butt.
It sounds to the Bag Lady as though you need a vacation. Take a spa night or something. That might re-invigorate you. On the other hand, what does the Bag Lady know? She can't even motivate her lazy ass to do any working out...sigh.

Crissy Rae said...

The scale can surely get a person discouraged. I think you have the right idea, though; work out a plan and then attack it head on. Sometimes just a little change here or there can help do the trick.