Sunday, October 3, 2010

Big Things

Big things happened this weekend.

The first thing is, I lost 1.4 lbs!!! Yay!! I guess that working out zero times in one week totally works for me. That doesn’t mean I’m going to make it a new habit or anything, but it worked for me this week. And I’ve actually already lost that pound before, and then gained it back, but this is the first time on this journey that I’ve reached a total of 23 pounds. So that’s cool.

The second thing is, not only did I let Husband take a full body picture of yours truly, but I’m going to post it here on the internet for all to see. Here it is. And yes, my 2 year old has a pencil up his nose. Typical.


Lastly, I just finished my first work out of New Rules of Lifting for Women. I probably won’t be able to walk tomorrow, or lift my arms up over my head. But that’s okay. I only need to take the littles to gymnastics, so that should be easy.




8 comments:

Jess(ica) said...

Love the picture! You look great, and your little ones are adorable... WTG on being down this week! I hope the new workouts go well for you!

Living a Changed Life said...

Such a cute picture! Congrats on your weight loss!

Weightless said...

Weight loss = diet + movement so you must have done something right! Even if it wasn't this week. Congrats on the loss! Fun picture too! It's nice to have full body shots, you can really see your own progress this way.

Trisha said...

This picture is adorable!!!! And the pencil up the nose makes you love it that much more!!!

Finding The Thin Within said...

I am loving the pencil up the nose. Made my day =)

Adrienne said...

Love the picture!! So adorable! Is your husband a firefighter?? What city in so cal do you live? Congrats on the -1.4!

Kendra said...

Adrienne, Husband is not a firefighter, they had an open house at the fire station so we stopped by so the kids could play on the fire truck. We live in Lake Forest

Finding The Thin Within said...

Thank you for the comment today, Kendra. It was exactly what I needed to read when I got home from a 10 hour work day. I had a 15 minute fight with myself in the car on if I was going to stop and get fast food on the way home. The "I want fast food me" was really mean to the "Hey we are trying to get healthy me." Eventually The second me won and we just went home,but it was a rough decision...and your comment just made me feel so much better about the choice!

<3 Katie

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