Wednesday, August 12, 2009

21 day challenge Week 2

Cedar Point is evil-world's best coasters/world's worst food! I've managed to do will with taking my vitamin every day (I found another bottle in the house that wasn't expired) but the push-ups and sit-ups are getting done about 5 days out of the week. I did some on vacation, but getting down on a hotel floor, even with a towel, kinda grossed me out. The massive quantities of water did not counteract the also massive quantities of park food (including funnel cakes and elephant ears, which I split 4 ways with my family). I'm up this week to 163.8 (a gain of 2.6 lbs from last Wednesday). What really sucks -- I had hit 159.6 on Friday, but between my twins b-day party on Friday night (pizza-but only 2 slices, and 2 small cupcakes), going to Red Robin for all of our b-days on Saturday (yes, I had a giant burger and fries), Tiger's game on Sunday (I did not eat at the game, but we had pizza for dinner), and then 2 days at Cedar Point -- I was pretty much doomed. Now I have my b-day coming up this weekend and we are going out again. I guess it's lettuce leaves and water for the next week for me!

7 comments:

april said...

I wouldn't have wanted to do push-ups or sit-ups on a hotel floor either! Great job with taking your vitamin!

An no worries. Sometimes things happen. You'll get back on track soon!

Christy - The Sisterhood said...

We are all going to have those weeks, girl. We can't avoid the birthday parties and theme park visits. The good thing is you can turn it around! It's a good lesson! I'm sure you'll get those pounds off in no time!!

Have a great week!

Bari said...

Thanks for the warm fuzzies, ladies! I needed those.

Brooke said...

ooh - i love funnel cakes! some things are just worth it!

Bari said...

Yah, introduced Thing 1 and Thing 2 to funnel cakes and elephant ears this weekend. It's a slippery slope..... I sometimes wish I didn't know that fried dough in all its sugary perfection even existed.

DALewis said...

Everyone faces those challenges from time to time. It's all in how you handle it. I think you'll recover just fine and be back on track before you know it. Happy Birthday, by the way! :)

Heather D said...

No worries - you had fun and spent time with your family, and you'll do great this week.
I hear you hotel room floors. Blech.

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