It’s a Monday…enough said

Today started with all the promise of a real doozie, and then it proceeded to live up to the standard, with aplomb.  I woke up late, forgot for a minute that I needed to run to the bank and get gas in the car, the coffeemaker demanded descaling after putting out a pitiful two tablespoons of my Kahlua coffee (at which point I took matters into my own hands and brewed a second cup, which ended up making up for lost time apparently and over filled the coffee cup), I got to work and had dozens of e-mails, almost all of which could be answered with our help file (but apparently some folks don’t like to read), banged my knee on the desk, found out I pretty much NEED a new helmet (goodbye $150), and then got my entire office suite overridden by the new Microsoft Office 2013 trial software.  Now my documents open in 2013’s version of Office unless I go through the process of opening Office 2010 prior to opening the files, gah!  To top it all off, I felt, still feel, nauseous as heck, which totally blows btw.  So what’d I eat today? Had my shake, starving by 10:00, distracted myself with coffee until 1:30 when I got Buffalo Wild wings (such a weakness of mine), at least I ate the salad…got home, no dinner, instead I had a scoop of peanut butter and a ton of water.  I’m still not hungry, from 1 TBSP of peanut butter (7g carbs and 4g protein for that btw).

I had my weigh in this morning, down to 165.4, which means I’m nearing my 160 mark, that’ll be a pretty awesome day; assuming I can reach it prior to my trip to Sturgis.  I’m now  thinking that I’ll be lucky as hell if I hit 160…I am so discouraged it just irritates the hell out of me.

I was going to buy some new protein drinks from Diet Direct, but with the possibility of our dog needing to see the vet, I don’t want to take any chances with extra financial burdens.

Life just gave me kind of a swift kick in the pants today, and I am really ready for tomorrow, so I can hit the RESET butto.

One comment on “It’s a Monday…enough said

  1. I love BWW when I’m trying to lose weight. They are so satisfying. I think you’re doing great, and you’re almost to your goal. Other than the Microsoft Office trial, I can relate to pretty much everything you wrote. Did you go to Hot Harley Nights? Would love to know how that went. Hubby only needs one more part to make repairs to our bike but he’s going to wait until fall to tear it apart; we can still ride for now.

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