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Shopping day

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Today was grocery day. Before the store, we went to Best Buy. That store is so dangerous for me. Its like an addiction!

After Best Buy was Bed Bath and Beyond. The dog chewed the ears off his sock monkey so I had to get a replacement. He's happily working on new ears now. lol

Then off to Hyvee. I should have taken a list, but I didn't. I did manage to avoid any junk food, aside from one item....Ice cream sandwiches. On the up side, they're Skinny Cow! And delicious!

We even ate out and I had a salad and one thin crust slice of tuscan pizza that was great. Tomato, oregano, parmesan, no sauce. It was so yummy.

I'm off to work again tomorrow. I usually work Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 and 11 hour days. Now its changed. We had someone working Saturdays from another office, but they're down a staff member now, so its just the two of us again. Back to alternating Saturdays. The bad part is that I have to work every other Saturday. The good news is, every other week, I'll have Wednesday and Thursday off. Its nice to have two days off in a row during the week. I get a lot more accomplished that way.

I'm going to finish watching Brothers & Sisters now and then take a shower and hit the hay. Have a great night everyone!

Oh yeah...tomorrow's weigh-in day, so I'll let you know how it turned out!!!
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  • BRDGT262
    Great job on your healthier choices at the restaurant!!! That is hard to do! I haven't eaten out yet! Just wanted to say good luck on your weigh in today! Let us know :)
    3657 days ago
  • TISHA80
    That pizza sounds really good. Good luck on your weigh-in! :)
    3657 days ago
    I have a skinny cow addiction to their mint ice cream sandwiches. At least they're only 140 calories! :)
    3657 days ago
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