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Donkey - Thursday Sep 27, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 65 min elliptical (intervals); Weight training: 15 min upper body (machines -- only 3 exercises) :-(; Calories: 1540

I am feeling really tired today. This is almost like TOM/AF/PMS kind of tired, except that it's not time for that. I hate it when I want to do so much at the gym and my body craps out on me like that. Oh manure! :-(

And especially since tomorrow is weigh-in day. Ugh, I'd like to squeeze in as much as I can. I said in a previous entry that I'm rather nervous about this week's weigh in. Oh well, let's not get carried away, and keep things in their proper perspective.

EVENING EDIT: I'm a defeated Donkey tonight. Today we found out that the people who wanted to buy our house in June (but couldn't sell their house first) have sold their house but no longer want to buy our house. :-( They want to spend more money on a new house with bling-bling. Nevermind that our house is a good house with tons of room for upgrading (huge fenced in backyard). Oh well.... This really hit me hard in the heart. I felt like diving into some peanut butter or cheese all afternoon long.

Now I am off to the library with my son for the quarterly meeting of Yu-Gi-OH! Club. He *loves* this -- the game, the cards, being with other kids that love Yu-Gi-OH! I would rather stay home and watch Survivor and CSI. The things a mom does....

I just hope I don't console myself after the meeting with a ton of ice cream. That would be so bad. I must remember that weigh-in is tomorrow.

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

Sandra aka Soul on 09/27/2007:
Hey D,

You're right, keeping things in their proper perspective is imperative...it is just a number and you are more than that. Your minutes on the elliptical are impressive, I am gonna have to up my time to catch you.

shadetree on 09/27/2007:
Thanks for the input! I was planning on reverting back to phase I to get back on track. I wish I had a decent grocery store...I live in a RURAL area, and while we do have a good size grocery store, they cater to the majority, which means the produce section is really small, healthier options are very hard to find. (The ice cream section alone is bigger than the produce section.) There is a health food store about an hour away, other grocery stores same distance...I guess I'll have to make a trip this weekend.

Weigh in tomorrow - you don't really need that ice cream tonight, do you?:)

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/27/2007:
yo. thanks for your support. too many ups and downs for me. i'm the highest weight i've been in about 5-6 years....gotta do something now! :)

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/28/2007:
yeah, you're right...we must keep everything in perspective when we are weighing in. no obsession. i'm feeling sorry for myself though. you see, i KNOW what it takes to loose weight. I know VERY well. I'm so educated and knowledgable in it. but i'm stabbing myself in the back. for no reason.

jon'smom on 09/28/2007:
Hang in there! I'm sorry the house deal did not go through. Something better will come along. Think positive thoughts! Great job with the elliptical!!

biscottibody59 on 09/28/2007:
Hope you have a great day--maybe take a break soon? Your exercise is exemplary--no one can fault you on that and you can always get back to it tomorrow!

borntocry on 09/28/2007:
Oh, my little nephew loves Yu-Gi-OH too! I didn't recognise it at first because I didn't know that's how it's spelled. But he's always talking about it. I didn't know they had clubs!

Hey, well done on that weight loss! Don't be alarmed if the scale fluctuates a little. The fact that you saw that weight means that at the very least it's just around the corner, if it isn't already here to stay. Know what I mean?

Donkey - Wednesday Sep 26, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 50 min running + 65 min elliptical (double hill); Weight Training: None; Calories: 1540 -- I had a yogurt snack last night.

Today I ran first before going to the gym. I did not want to watch today's Oprah, which I would be forced to do as the crosstrainers are right in front of 2 TV screens tuned in to her show at 9a. So I ran instead.

This was helpful on 2 levels. First of all, it forced me to change to my W/F/Su schedule NOW instead of waiting until Friday to do so. Secondly, because I ran first, I was able to go further (not much) than had I done it afterwards. However, several times during the run, I could feel myself slowing down considerably. But conversely there were times I sped up a lot as well (such as to avoid the landscaping guy with the mower).

Going to the gym afterwards was interesting. It was almost empty. By the time I left, there was one older woman doing the weight machines and that was it! Towards the locker rooms, there were 2 elderly gentlemen stretching. I thought it would be hard to motivate myself to go to the gym after already running, but it was not so bad. I had new music to listen to, so that really helped.

One thing I did notice when I was at the gym is why do I feel the need to do 2 workouts? It seemed a little ridiculous to me. I know why I did today, because I am involved in an online challenge that counts the minutes that participants exercise for the month of September. And we've done that challenge here too, before, and it didn't bother me. But today it bothered me. I think it would have been more beneficial to do weight training at the gym instead of the elliptical, but I'm not ready to give up that addiction yet. I feel incomplete if I do not do my daily elliptical. But on the other hand, I'm feeling uneasy about the direction I could be headed.

Which leads me to say that I am already getting nervous about this week's weigh in. I lost 3lb last week, and I do not want to gain that back. "135" is one of those "set-points" where my body is comfortable. So if I slide back up, I will have to work on breaking through the same plateau AGAIN. Don't want to do that!!

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/27/2007:
I have found that i definitely have some "set points" were my body is comfortable as well. Even if i eat really large amounts, with a few good days, i'm back to that set point...but not lower, where i'd like to be.

i feel that gaining lean muscle, which means you are better fit and can burn more calories, helps with breaking through your set point.

biscottibody59 on 09/27/2007:
Your having to dodge the mower guy reminded me of the time on a jog a few years ago someone in a pickup truck ran over a toad and some of the juice landed on my brand new shoes--double ick!

Have a good one!

Donkey - Tuesday Sep 25, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 65 min elliptical + 20 min running; Weight training: None; Calories: 1620 -- unless I don't eat the Fiber One bar for dessert

A number of things did not happen to make my run as good as it could have been: 1. The weather did not cool off, because it did not rain as they had promised. 2. The humidity did not dissipate as promised. 3. I forgot today was Garbage Day and the smells were quite awful. 4. My stomach still felt bloated and sour from last night's dinner (way too oily/fatty).

Hopefully Thursday's run will be much better. I am thinking of switching to a W/F/Su running schedule, since Mondays and Tuesdays are not good (landscapers, garbage men).

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/25/2007:
gosh, what was for dinner? you never usually complain about what you eat - that's why i ask! i'm sure the next garbage day will be around soon! :)

i think i might need a break from exercise today as my body is still tired...but not really achey...from the substantial exercise it's been getting. I believe that our bodies do need to rest sometimes...don't we all!?

maria777 on 09/25/2007:
Good for you on the exercise!

crategrl on 09/26/2007:
Good job on the exercise!!!

Donkey - Monday Sep 24, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 65 min crosstrainer + 30 min cleaning the bathroom; Weight training: 35 min upper/lower body (machines); Calories: 1680

No running today. It was too hot and too sunny out this morning after the gym, and I wanted to get in a little cleaning (as I promised you) before I have to leave for the old house to put out more moldy/mildew-y garbage for the garbage collection tomorrow. UGH -- driving up to the old house consumes too much of my time!

But I discovered that anytime I want a little extra workout, all I have to do is get on my hands and knees and clean a floor or a bathroom. The floors and baseboard trim are filthy and so I did not complete the one bathroom I was working on. I cleaned the outside of the toilet, the floors and the baseboard trim. I still have to do the vanity and the tub surfaces.

Then I still have 2 more bathrooms to clean, although one is just a powder room (toilet and vanity sink). So I have additional "activity" just waiting for me around the house. I hope to do a little (30 min) at a time and after a week, everything should be clean.

Hard cleaning really gives a good workout!

EVENING EDIT: Just too darn busy! It is so humid here today. Unbearable...

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

Sandra aka Soul on 09/24/2007:
Amen to that...did some hard cleaning yesterday myself and considered it my workout.

Donkey - Sunday Sep 23, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 65 min elliptical + 20 min pruning the vines; Weight training: None; Calories: 1650

Still trying to hang in there over the weekend. I am feeling anxious this morning. I am pretty sure it is because I did not go to the gym like I had planned on doing. I was very tired, after 2 nights of not much sleep. I will see if it will be feasible for me to workout when Husband comes home from work.

Otherwise, it's a day of cleaning for me. Scrubbing down the bathrooms and then I have some vines to trim outside.

EVENING EDIT: I did the trimming of the vines outside. Ouch, my arms were actually trembling afterwards. I definitely need to step up my upper body weight training. What a whimpy. I did NOT get to the bathrooms, despite all of the encouragement from the rest of you. So I will be doing that tomorrow, I promise!

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

workingit2 on 09/23/2007:
I also have housework to do today...and the chore I don't like the most which is the bathroom lol. I hope you get to do your workout today! Oh, the boiled kale....I buy fresh kale and pull the leaves away from the stem and put them in bite size pieces, and then put them in the boiling water for about 5 minutes...then I spray a pan with cooking spray (butter flavored if I have it) and fry it up for about five minutes with some onion or mushroom (or both). The boiling takes away that starchy aftertaste and the frying helps crisp it back up. I also LOVE to fry it up and then put it in salads because it has such a great texture with the other lettuce. Have a great day!

cutiee23 on 09/23/2007:
i also feel bad too when i don't workout when i'm suppose to, but we can only do so much. you should still be proud of all the stuff u do to lose weight =)you're also doing cleaning, and thats somewhat like an exercise. you have to exert some energy to clean. hopefully you're day turns out better.

Sandra aka Soul on 09/23/2007:
Give yourself credit for the workout you had, I consider cleaning house and yardwork a workout. Better than sitting in front of the tv all day, which I have been known to do. Be good to yourself, pamper yourself...your inner discipline will return faster when you are not so hard on yourself.

greengirl on 09/23/2007:
Scrubbing down the bathroom uses muscles that you dont even realise you have. Its as good as a workout. Have a great day, and cut yourself some slack!!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/23/2007:
i don't know about you...but housework is a great exercise activity! however, i'm always procrastinating and putting it off!!! I must clean my bathroom today because i meant to do it last weekend! haha

GG on 09/23/2007:
What a coincidence: I cleaned my apartment today too! Cleaning floors, toilets, etc....I do all the cleaning and my roomie just comes back and messes it all up! HA! I guess thats life? Good Luck on Sleep tonight!!!

MyJuneWedding on 09/24/2007:
What an awesome Donkey! My weekend was not nearly so productive, thouugh I did manage to get some laundry done and we got a bike ride in that is always a plus!!! Hugs donkey!!

Donkey - Saturday Sep 22, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: None (Day of Rest - ha ha); Weight training: None; Calories: 1870 (I caved and had a dish of ice cream).

Today is supposed to be my rest day, yet I am exhausted after a day full of errands. I didn't get that much accomplished either. At least it feels that way.

Took the kids to the library and spent too much time there browsing. Went shopping at Target for much needed things including batteries. At 2:30a the smoke detector decided it had had enough of its battery and started beeping every 3 minutes. My Husband - God love him - says, "All you have to do is take the battery out." Oh YEAH??? I told him I was too short and that HE"D have to get OUT OF BED and take care of it. After all, I got zilcho sleep the night before.

Anyway, if you wish to read about my shopping excursion, please read my comments to Shadetree here on Diet Diaries.

Come home and make lunch, which we didn't eat until 2p! Cleaned up from that, then decided to wash my car and do a little weeding. So it HAS been an active day.

One thing I'm *tickled* about is that I bought new insoles for my gym shoes. Lately, they've been feeling a bit flat, and to extend the life of my shoes (because I like to save $$ on shoes), I replace the insoles once or twice before I stop wearing a shoe for workouts. So I am REALLY looking forward to my next gym workout with new bouncy insoles in my shoes :-)

But on a more serious note, I am trying really hard to stay on track this weekend. Really really really want to reach my goal weight soon. So badly I can taste it.

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

greengirl on 09/22/2007:
Come on Donkey!!! You are right down to the last push !!! You will be at your goal well before Halloween if you keep up the good work. I wish you all the best of luck in this :o)

shadetree on 09/22/2007:
I hope I didn't offend - I understand what it's like to take children (12YO son and 5YO granddaughter) to the store especially around Halloween and Christmas. I made a clariying statement on my entry...

Keep up your hard work - only 2.5 pounds to go! Over 3/4 of the way there!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/23/2007:
hey!!! Those insoles work wonders! I bought them for my shoes as well. the good thing is that the ones i bought can be used for dress shoes/work shoes too!! So, when i needed to wear fancy shoes yesterday, i put the insoles inside and it was soooo much easier to walk around! :)

haha, now they're back in my sneakers! :)

Donkey - Friday Sep 21, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 132.5

Exercise: 65 min crosstrainer (intervals) + 50 min running + 5 min cooldown walk; Weight Training: None; Calories: 1770 (a bit high but considering we had pizza tonight, I did very well)

Go ahead and look at that weight! :-) Lost 3lbs! YAY!!!! I couldn't believe it, I had to weigh myself twice.

Since some of us have become quite "personal" with details, let me just say I was particularly pleased to have my Daily Donkey Dump occur before the weigh in, as opposed to after my first cup of coffee.

You see, I have been awake since 2a when the cats knocked down a dish downstairs. It was then that I realized that I had forgotten to clear all of the table after dinner last night! I had to throw out marinara, pasta, 2 beautiful chicken breasts -- Ugh, broke my heart :-( I think that I so dread washing dishes at night --- especially when I have labored to fix the dinner as well, that I just forgot to clear away the rest of the dinner. Throwing away that chicken made me mad.

So after cleaning up the mess and returning to bed at 2:33a, I could not get back to sleep. I tossed and turned until 4:49a. I must have dozed off right about then because when Husband's alarm clock went off at 5:15a, I was in the middle of a terrible dream (any dream about mass transit public transportation canNOT be good). Then Husband announces that he needs money. So I had to drag my Donkey out of bed anyway. I figured I might as well stay up.

Apparently, smelling coffee has the same affect as drinking coffee, as far as "personal" details are concerned. Took a little longer for it to come about, but when I weighed in this morning, I was pretty much empty.

For today: I can foresee that today is going to be a HOT HOT HOT day. So I am taking my running shoes and an extra shirt to the gym with me. I will run on the treadmill today, after I do the elliptical. No excuses not to run today!!!

Progress as of today: 11.5 lbs lost so far, only 2.5 lbs to go!

jon'smom on 09/21/2007:
Great job with the weight loss! I hope all goes well at the gym today!

biscottibody59 on 09/21/2007:
Congrats on your pounds down--you're doing a great job Donkey!

Have a good one!

Sandra aka Soul on 09/21/2007:
ba ha ha ha, daily donkey dump....I LOVE IT !! thanks for the morning laugh. When I compulsively weighed myself (long time ago) I would always do it after my daily dump as well, I figured it was good for a pound or two.

Have a great HOT day

mcwoo40 on 09/21/2007:
Hi,thanks for your comment you left me.yes we have not really had a summer in England(although it is lovely today)i have just bought myself 2 new umberellas better to be safe than sorry hey!!Where did you go in England when you came??Glad the weather was good to you.Well done on the weightloss too,catch up soon Julie.

shadetree on 09/21/2007:
Congratulations on the three pounds! I know how exciting that is to see the numbers go down! keep up the hard work!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/22/2007:
sorry about the lack of sleep. For some reason, the same thing has happened with me this week!!! One day i couldn't sleep...and the next day, my sister woke me up! it was her bday and she went out, getting home around 3am. She was really loud and kept the door in the bathroom open while the light was on and stuff like that. arg! i hope your house is back to normal and your cats aren't being any more trouble to you! :)

Workingit2 on 09/22/2007:
(((((((((Donkey)))))))))))))) thank you so much for all your support and kindness!

Donkey - Thursday Sep 20, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 135.5

Exercise: 65 min crosstrainer (steep hill); Weight training: 30 min upper & lower body (machines); Calories: 1660 (Could have been better)

Hopefully they will have sufficient towels at the gym today. Tuesday, the gym was too hot (AC not working properly). Wednesday, they ran out of towels. I wonder what today (Thursday) will bring...

AFTERNOON EDIT: I am thoroughly frustrated. We're stuck with this house that won't sell, so I wanted to take a class at the community college about becoming a landlord. I'm all set and registered and ready to go. Husband calls me from work to say that he does NOT have Saturday off of work even though he was told that it would be OK.

I cannot tell you how many times this happens. We make plans and get all excited and then Husband has to work, and everything needs to be canceled or rearranged. Such as TONIGHT, which is one of the busiest nights, because the kids have martial arts and son has Chess Club at the library. We're on the go from 4p until 8p.

But Husband calls up and says he has to work mandatory overtime tonight. So everything needs to get rearranged. I tell you, when I got off the phone with him, I just wanted to dive into that package of Oreo cookies in the pantry. Donkey will not do this, but she really wanted to.

No chance of watching Survivor -- I live for that show -- and the cliffhanger of CSI tonight either. I don't ask much out of life, but these are 2 shows that I really really REALLY enjoy. 2 hours out of the week is all I ask. But this week I don't get them. :-(

Tomorrow is weigh-in day! I will remember this, so that I stay away from Oreos and ice cream (together or separately).

Progress as of today: 8.5 lbs lost so far, only 5.5 lbs to go!

MyJuneWedding on 09/20/2007:
Woman you crack me up!!! Actually I have 2 girls of my own (now 11 & 15) plus we have 5 cats!! =0) (and 3 dogs, a turtle and a frog at last count...Christmas is coming, maybe we'll ask Santa for a partridge and a pear tree!!!)

The detox has had no big change on me, aside from my depositing a few more times a day (as of 1:16 today I'm up to 2) but I would have probably peed during that trip to the bathroom anyway!! Just a few more minutes to sit and read! =0)

Sandra aka Soul on 09/20/2007:

Thank you for finding the website, that is exactly what I have been looking for. Once I have saved up enough money I will get them...thanks again. In the meantime someone suggested chopsticks so I will use them until then.

Thursday will bring an absolutely beautiful day filled with joy, just keep saying that over and over.

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/20/2007:
I'm sorry that your plans got a little whacko today. you are dealing very nicely. you know...sometimes the best thing to do, when things go wary, is to just laugh it off! haha,i can't believe what i'm writing on people's entries today because i feel like a different person right now. I'm just saying light-hearted, strange things!

the person i assist at work always reminds me that she may work really hard...but when things get tough, she just laughs and takes everything lightly. that's what she said to me. and you know, IT WORKS. she is a good person...and she's rubbing off on me, in a GOOD way. I'm lucky to work with her.

you are taking the right path...i'm happy for you today. times are tough, but you are doing good. and you will be happy because of it! make the best of your situations, you will be proud of yourself.

borntocry on 09/21/2007:
No!! Don't break into the Oreos!! You never know when you might need an emergency cookie crust for a cheesecake or something. At least that's what I keep telling myself!

Thanks for your comment on my picture. Yes, I have thought before that we seem to be similar in many ways. The funny thing is that I do actually wear quite a bit of make-up on a daily basis compared to people here. I used to have really severe cystic acne as a teenager, so I wear foundation to cover up the scars. And I never leave the house without eye-liner. And yet these girls in Pakistan are always so dolled up! Eye shadow, mascara, rouge - the works!! And I don't see how people manage to keep their hair so immaculate. Mine is always messy.

jon'smom on 09/21/2007:
Sorry about the change in plans. That happens alot around here too. I am so glad you didn't eat the Oreos. Good luck on your weigh in!

Donkey - Thursday Sep 20, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 135.5


Exercise: 65 min crosstrainer + 35 min running; Weight training: None; Calories: 1900 (damn ice cream)

The ice cream happened after I returned home from "Curriculum Night" at the kids' schools. That's where the teachers basically outline what they will be covering over the year. It's a good idea because it lets you know if they are trying something new or what to do if your child is struggling in a particular area.

I met one of my son's classmates, and she said, "Oh he's being bullied on the school bus." Great. So of course, I was in high anxiety by the time I got home. I was so tired and I was low on calories so I knew a dish of ice cream was in my future anyway (I had planned this). Unfortunately, I did not plan on eating as much ice cream as I did (~2 cups?).

I compensated by drinking another 4 glasses of water. It was hot and humid; I was thirsty anyway (which is probably why I ate so much ice cream). I thought the next day (today) was weigh in day, but then I realized that I was ahead by one day. So I have a day to work through the ice cream before weighing in. :-/

Progress as of today: 8.5 lbs lost so far, only 5.5 lbs to go!

Donkey - Tuesday Sep 18, 2007
(Calorie Counting & Exercise)
Weight: 135.5

Exercise: 65 min crosstrainer (interval); Weight training: 25 min lower body (machines); Calories: Approx 1500 (once I have my frozen strawberries for dessert)

I am so busy, I have very little time for a good entry. The gym was so HOT today. Ugh, if it continues to be that hot when I go at 9a, I will start going super duper early when it is cooler out (and still dark).

Now I must listen to my son read a story and answer the questions at the end of the story. UGH!!! I so want to dive into a big dish of ice cream....

Progress as of today: 8.5 lbs lost so far, only 5.5 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/19/2007:
hey DONK!

What a great mother you are...overseeing your son do his HW!

ewww...the gym was hot? that's gross!

borntocry on 09/19/2007:
Hi Donkey! It's great to catch up with you! I'm glad to see you're doing so well. Running 6 miles is tremendous! I think that's a great distance. I've made that my "long" distance as well. I used to run up to 12 miles on the weekends when I was training for half-marathons, but I think that at some point, the extra mileage seems to do more harm than good. I was always really tired and hungry and I always ran really slowly because I was afraid that if I expended too much energy I wouldn't be able to finish. Whereas 6 miles is long enough to really work your endurance but not so long that you need several days to recover!

And you shouldn't put much stock in your husband commenting that you look "slow". When I watch long distance runners on T.V. they always look relatively slow to me. I mean, they look like they're running at about the same speed as me, whereas they're actually running 5 minute miles or something even more ludicrous. So sometimes it's just hard to judge people's speed, especially when they're running at an even pace. The fact that you seemed slow to your husband probably just means you have good form.

Well, good luck in your quest for "skinny runner's legs"! I must say, I hope you have better luck than I do because while my thighs seem a lot slimmer (and less cottage-cheesy!) to me, my calves are still as thick as ever. Must be genetic...

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