Weighed in this morning to see the damage from the trip. Up 3 pounds. I was actually relieved. I thought it would be more like 7! Ugh. Back at that silly dreaded 190 number that I can't leave! But let's take a few things into account here.
1. Body finally getting regular again from traveling. Why does traveling do that to you?
2. I finally, FINALLY! weaned Cody. Last Thursday was the last time I nursed him, and after 21.5 months, it's bitter sweet. Ladies, you know what I mean when I say that affects the scale.
3. All the Butter consumed.
Tomorrow I will be back on track with my calories. I worked out today. Did a 7 mile ride on the spin bike, then a 2.5 mile run/walk. A short Brick work out. I wasn't feeling it today. Probably all the butter. Oh and speaking of butter....in TN when ever I would be telling anyone about myself and I mentioned that I've lost 57 pounds or that I've done 3 triathlons or ran a 1/2 marathon, they all just stared at me. You could hear the crickets people. They were not impressed.
It would be a major change to go from a state so "health conscience" as California with many races accessible to a country town maybe not as into whole foods and marathons. I'll just have to be more determined to find the community that is involved in that.
The first triathlon of the season is in 17 days! I'm not sure if we will be able to afford the $100 entry fee though. :(
I have two major goals I am really going to push myself to attain. First, get into a size 12. A comfortable 12. I'm almost there...sort of. I have never really been a 12. I went from an 8 to a 14 when I first gained weight, than stayed a 14 until I went into a 22! So. A 12 would be AMAZING.
Second, get in the 170's. Far far away from 190's.
Dinner is almost done. Tonight I made homemade Blueberry muffins and grilled, marinated chicken topped on salad. Can't wait to eat it! Then Church! Have a great night! And by the way. I love you all, all my readers and followers! Thank you for your comments and for the follows. :)
Love, The Curvy Housewife