So I went on a mostly-walk-with-a-little-run jaunt. I did my BSF lesson first, then used the exercise to pray. Let me tell you something - God is SO good! He has been answering our prayers like crazy lately! (as in, "Lord, please have this person e-mail us back today," and they do, or "please give us confirmation in ****," and He does!) I am really looking forward to my prayer time with God every day a lot more than I used to (not that I didn't before). I have started praying very specifically, and I think that's part of the reason why I enjoy it so much now, because I start looking for those answers to my prayers.
I also realized this morning that I would like to be able to do a 5K in the fall, so that gives me some motivation and a goal to work towards, instead of just a general "I want to be in shape." And it was a good little jaunt. I just think I'm going to go earlier, because by the time I got out there, there were kids waiting for the bus, and people heading off to work, and the local marathon/Ironman (Ironwoman?) lady doing her daily run, and I am slightly embarrassed about my jostling tush as I run, haha! So tomorrow I'll go right at 6 or 6:15.
But I feel really good now. I also started the 3-day military diet. Supposedly you can lose up to 10 lbs in 3 days, which doesn't seem very healthy, but I doubt I'll lose even close to that, since I have been eating fairly healthy. You do actually eat food on this diet, too...it's not just a crash diet that severely limits your calories. Breakfast consisted of a half grapefruit, a piece of toast with 2 tbls peanut butter, and a cup of black tea. It was actually pretty filling, more filling than the normal bowl of cereal I eat. And 2 tbls peanut butter on one slice of bread is a lot. Almost too much! So on Thursday morning, I'll weigh myself and see how much I lost (I'm only counting on maybe 3 lbs at the most). I currently am at 148 lbs (and I'm 5'2", BMI 27.1, which should be lower than 25).
|Skirt from Gordman's|
Then Jordan and I went to Verizon to get my phone upgraded, while my mom stayed at home as Svanja napped. My phone's battery had conveniently swelled up and died this weekend, and we became eligible for upgrades last week. I'm planning on switching from Droid to iPhone, while Jordan will keep his Droid so we can compare and decide in the next two years which we like better.
Well, we pulled in, and we locked and closed the doors to our car. And then we realized our key was in the car!! We only have one key, and the remote lock/unlock on it stopped working a while back, so we have to manually lock the doors, which is why we didn't have the key in our hand. Thankfully, my dad saved the day and brought a whole bunch of tools for unlocking car doors and easily unlocked ours. (Who knew that a white-collar executive could break into cars so easily? He said he keeps them around because people at work lock their keys in their cars often)
|Manic, but good, Monday morning!|
It's a gorgeous day today - partly sunny and a high of 66. Jordan and I plan to take Svanja and go for a walk or hike this afternoon. I wonder what adventures the next couple of hours hold?
P.S. I apologize for the webcam pics. I don't feel like pulling out my camera and taking real photos right now, haha!