I had a pretty full day yesterday. My work was very busy and I went golfing aftward. I got home around 8:30 which is getting very late for me as this should be my bedtime. Over all though it was a good day. My mental and emotional side was pretty good, WW went good, and I did great golfing too.
My food was right on yesterday. I did good and that felt good. I was relieved to be able to have a great day of healthy eating. Although I know how to do it I was afraid that I wouldn’t do it. My resolve and appreciation for the health/weight loss journey was pretty strong. Another big victory is that I did not eat junk even though I went golfing. I tend to eat junk when I go golfing because afterward I am alone and in my car (my secret eating place) while at the same time soooooo hungry because of not eating for many hours. This time, on the way to the golf course I bought two bananas that were not totally ripe which for some reason makes me feel more full than the totally ripe ones. I ate one at the start of my round and I ate another right when I got done. This held me over until I got home for dinner where I had an 8 point meal.
Yesterday my running schedule called for an easy 6 miler. I knew work was going to be busy so I split the run up into two 3 mile runs. I did three miles at lunch and three miles just at the end of the day before work was over. I have a one hour period where the main production is finished but I am just waiting for people to finish up. This is when I did my second run. I did this easy run at about 8:30-40 minute miles. My left hamstring was tender still from the speedwork on Wednesday but it faired well for the 6 miles. The two runs were actually very nice. During the run the highschool cross-country team in my workplace town was also running my same route so I got to run in their midst. That was kind of neat I thouth.
My fun for the day was golf. Of course fun is a very subjective determination. I could have told you that I hated it at least two times during my 18 hole round. Overall I did pretty good with a score of 86. I was pleased with this score and with most of my shots. It is such a difficult game to be good at.
Also on the menu for fun is a mini-vacation this weekend for me and my wife. I will have Saturday, Sunday, and Monday off which will feel like a one month vacation. I am sure some of you can relate. During the three days I have planned several things for Audrey and I to do together. Saturday we will both get massages in the morning and then head off to the town we are staying in for shopping and exploring. That evening Audrey will take a golf clinic as a complete first time golfer. I am excited about this and hope she likes it. If she doesn’t that is ok too though. After the clinic we might hit some balls together and then have some kind of special dinner. On Sunday I have 18 holes of golf first thing in the morning to give my wife some relaxing alone time for reading or whatever. Then I scheduled a pedicure and manicure for her back-to-back so she will be getting done about when I get done. She will be able to spend time at the spa in the hot-tub, steam room, etc. if she wants to. Then at that evening I have golf planned as the last group of the day so we will not have any pressure from groups behind us. This should make it more enjoyable for my beautiful wife and hopefully introduce the game in a more pleasant way. Monday is totally open for sleeping in, talking, and relaxing.