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Morning Run

I woke up this morning and decided I was going to go for a run, thinking...

It's a nice day outside.

The puppy needs some exercise.

I just synced my iPOD.

I had mexican for lunch yesterday.

I bought some Depends (see this post for explanation).

Then I rolled over and went back to sleep. At least I thought about it.
Baby steps, I don't want to shock my system.


  1. Sounds as if you've tapped into the power of positive thinking. You know: Think it, be it. And remember that most of us don't get enough sleep, so you're just making healthy choices! And I loved your Monday post with the precious photos. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. I like the baby steps! I wish I could have gone back to sleep this morning.

  3. Love it! I thought about going to the gym all last week...I even brought my clothes with me to work and had them in the car all week! I never went....but I'm sure that counts for something :)

  4. I think you made the right choice! I slept in a little this morning too!

  5. hehehe :) that was hilarious :) ha

  6. hahahaha i love love love this post... your honesty is fantastic and I am so guilty of something similar this morning.

  7. I completely feel your pain.. I mean understand. : )

    I'm still trying to work out the kinks, but I want a way to just THINK yourself thin. How great would that be?

  8. I must admit I didn't make it out this morning either, but we will not miss out tomorrow!!! It's supposed to be gorgeous!

  9. Hey it was a start...thinking and forming a plan takes awhile. Don't just into it to hastily you may pull something. Don't they say "slow and easy wins the race"? You are on the right track there :)

  10. Weird...this same thing happens to me all the time! haha!

  11. Didn't you watch the segment on the Today SHow & someone said this months Glamour has a big article about getting at least 7.5 hours of sleep will cause weight loss! Sounds good to me!

  12. You made me laugh out loud...did you read my mind??? I'm supposed to be at the gym as we speak.
    I'm new to your blog - I love it!


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