Well, I was very bad today.
First, I didn't run like I said I was going to do this morning. My alarm went off and I couldn't get my lazy butt out of bed. I was even 15 minutes late to work.
Then for lunch, I had a Reuben sandwich (corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island dressing on a grilled rye bread, mmmmmmmm) with french fries! I actually only ate half of the sandwich, but I don't consider that a victory because I had sour cream with my french fries (I'm so bad).
For dinner, I was good, I had a Lean Cuisine lasagna with steamed sweet corn. But for dessert, I had a half a block of reduced fat cream cheese with a bunch of low fat Ruffles chips (my favorite dessert in the whole world—chips and cream cheese). But I ate entirely too many of them. Probably 15 points worth. ohhhhh.
I got it out of my system, though. All I'm craving right now is a huge bowl of fresh fruit.
I will try one more time to get up in the morning, tomorrow morning, and go running again. I'm going to do it one of these days. I am!
On completely different subject, I saw a movie this past weekend (on HBO) that I thoroughly enjoyed called "Georgia Rule". It wasn't that great of a hit at the box office. No doubt. It starred Lyndsay Lohan (who I can't stand). But she was surprisingly great in the movie. But there were so many great characters in the movie, it wasn't just about her. The actress who played her mother in the movie, I can't remember the actress's name, was amazing. She showed such depth of character. But the thing that far shadowed all of the acting was the story line. It blew me away. The basic premise of the movie was about a girl who was so rebellious her parents couldn't control her so they sent her to her grandmother's house for the summer. Typical story line so far. I can't go into alot of the details, but I HIGHLY recommend the movie. It really blew me away. Just get past that it's a Lyndsay Lohan movie and just concentrate on the story. You won't regret it.
We went to go see Indiana Jones at the theater, too. I'm not a huge Indiana fan but it was pretty good. I think the main reason I used to like Indiana was for Sean Connery. Now that he's written out of the story line, I don't really see the point. But Shaia LeBouf did a great job. Harrison was in great shape for a man his age. But then again I guess he has to be to keep up with his young Calista Flockhart darling. ugh!
Well, wish me luck again. I'm off to bed tonight to get a good night's sleep and awaken refreshed and ready to go running!