Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Old Habits Die Hard

So yesterdays weigh in was 194... a gain of 3 lbs. I know it is from a lack of good eating on my part. Lots of carbs and sugar. I'm not sure why I keep returning to my old eating habits when I know for a fact that I will not lose weight like that. Today I am getting back on track with my strict eating plans..

B: Oatmeal
S: berries
L: tuna salad
S: carrot juice
D: not sure yet....

I did my chest and back workout yesterday. Once again totaling 218 push-ups and 76 pull-ups. One of these days I will write out , in detail, my Monday workout. I know it sounds like a lot, but I think you would all be surprised how many push-ups and pull-ups you can do!

Todays workout is Plyometrics (an hour of jumping) and Tang Soo Do class tonight.

Warm weather is finally here, but the wind will not stop. I am dying for a nice day to just lay outside and get a good tan started!

Tomorrow is Angels second round of testing for her speech therapy class next year. She will be meeting with the lady who , I believe, will be her teacher. I'm not sure what, or how, they will test her this time... Most likely it will be more of a one on one with her teacher to give her an idea of what Angel needs. I am still holding my breath praying that they don't diagnose her with ADD or any other disability that will plague her the rest of her life. .... Just let it be a a quick fix please!

Time to get moving... have a great day bloggers!

2 comments:

the [s u g a r c r a c k] diaries said...

Hey hun, I will keep April in my thoughts and prayers! And remember - teachers are not medical doctors and are in no way empowered to diagnose anyone with ADD/ADHD. We fought this with Nick in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade - each time the teachers said he had ADHD, and his pediatrician denied it each time. He finally had his IQ tested in 4th grade and the gifted and talented coordinator said she personally had never seen scores that high! My niece was also stereotyped with ADHD, and because of Nick's experience, her mom has fought against it for 2 years, and with the help of a holistic doctor, discovered certain allergies to food dyes and preservatives that was causing her to act out. She's now on a modified diet and is a completely new little girl!

Whatever the outcome, know that I'm here for you and you're all in my daily prayers!

xo
Michelle

P.O.M. said...

Old habits do die hard.
I went to have appetizers with an old friend yesterday and we ate like we were in college. It was so bad, that I felt sick for the entire night!