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Grocery shopping is done

Sunday, June 26, 2011

We had to grocery shop at Walmart *grrr today, because I needed tennis rackets, laundry soap and toilet paper, otherwise I would have gone to Dillons.

We got new rackets, a bag of balls, and a hat to keep my hair out of my face. :D

Now I'm about to have a baked potato with a cup of Morningstar chili and greek yogurt on it for lunch.

Its 100 degrees right now, so I'm not doing much of anything. If it cools off enough this evening, Taylor and I will be playing tennis (fetch) again. You can't beat 1600 calories for an hour and a half of fun, right?

Have a great day everyone!
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  • BRDGT262
    WooHoo! That's definitely a fun way to burn calories!!! I like badminton better, because we can actually play for longer without having to!!! But love to do the tennis thing sometimes too! Haven't been in a while, might have to do that one day this week since josh decided to surprise me and tell me this morning when I got him up for work that he took a vacation all week, lol! Wish I would have known so I could have told some parents not to bring their kids, but I guess we need the money, so I will suffer it out this week, lol! And how is that morningstar chili, I haven't tried it yet! I usually just have regular chili, I will have to check that out! :)
    3580 days ago
    Sounds FUN!!!!
    Thats a ton of calories burned GOOD JOB!!!
    3580 days ago
  • PUNKIN175
    Eh. I am not one for hot. WooHoo on getting new sports stuff!!! Sounds like a great lot of fun!!!! Burn those calories baby!!! WOO HOO!!!!
    3580 days ago
  • MCJEN2010
    Oh My GOODNESS!! 100 degrees! I would be an absolute vegetable. I love summer, but that would kill me!

    Excited for you about getting your new tennis gear. :) Hope the weather cools off so you can put it to good use! Have a great start to the week.

    3581 days ago
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