I had an exhausting weekend. Let's just say that my status update on Facebook read:
"So cookies made, dog washed, dog treats baked, cookies frosted, make your own pizza eaten, homemade ice cream eaten, Rango watched...and everyone's in bed. I believe Nico was out first and Grant not long behind him. Girls are quietly giggling in bed. I need to recharge too!"
Only there was no recharging for Pete or I. Grant (my 6 year old nephew) had a cough that kept him and I up and him and Pete up at times. My thoughtful wonderful husband Googled homemade cough remedies and started giving him honey when he'd start coughing, rub his back and play Enya for him to fall asleep to. Very sweet.
Sunday morning was breakfast for all the kids and games, crafts and then off to their homes. Pete and I then ran to the Mall of America to get a couple of last gifts and then to my aunts house so Pete could help with the computer issue she was having. Dinner when we got home at 6:30 and I was asleep by 8pm. TIRED.
This morning my alarm went off at 5am and Pete sweetly rubbed my cheek while the dog sat on my chest and listed my nose. I heard a voice say, "Are you coming t the gym?" Surprisingly, my voice answered, "Yes." I got up and dressed. Then searched the house for my gym card and headphones and headed out.
I spent 10 minutes on this new machine that is like a bicycle and elliptical in one and 10 minutes on the treadmill. 354 calories in 25 minutes.
I did it. I went back to the gym. The world did not stop. No one gave me the stink eye when I walked him for not going the last 3 months. No one asked where I'd been. I was welcomed as though I had been going daily and left to do my own thing as usual. Can't wait to go again.
I think I screwed up with my weight. When I went to Dr. July's office in early October I was 237 there and 235 at home. When I went to see her last week the scale in the office said 240. I never weighed myself at home that day. This morning when I got on the scale it said 233. It's the lowest my body has been on that scale. So now I have no idea how much weight to lose to qualify for the surgery. I should have weighed myself that day.