It’s been a crazy, busy non-stop week. We had things on our calendar almost every evening and I’m afraid that I fell off the mission SLIMpossible wagon. I only exercised three of the required five days, and I was barely able to get in 100 ounces of water. I am hoping this week will be better.
Because exercise is worth DOUBLE THE POINTS this week, I need to get back at it. Oh, and also because this is the last week of the competition.
Here’s a little of what I learned this week.
1. When you have a message from Fed Ex on your answering machine saying a package requiring a signature will be delivered the next day and you must be home to receive it, you probably shouldn’t be quick to assume it’s a piece of equipment for your husband’s work. It is entirely possible that the package you will be receiving is a new laptop to replace the set-up that is currently taking OVER your kitchen countertop.
2. It takes hours to get a new laptop up and running
3. The Fed-Ex wait window is 8AM – 6PM.
4. The elderly gentleman down the street gets empty milk bottles from the Fed Ex guy every week. (I sure wish I knew more about this whole empty milk bottle deal.)
5. My weight fluctuates more than the stock market. UGGGHHH!
6. Ordering Samoas and Thin Mints in the midst of a weight-loss competition makes no sense whatsoever.
7. I have no business visiting Pinterest when trying to write a blog post.
8. Typing on a new laptop takes some getting used to.
9. Using a new laptop (especially one with a different operating system) is kind of like driving a new car.
10. I have forgotten about A LOT of really great rap music from the 90′s.
11. The girl scouts have the whole girl scout cookie pick up line thing down to a science.
That’s what I learned this week.
Now, what did YOU learn?
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