Sunday, February 12, 2012

Chapter 2 page 538–Run For Sherry (TR 186)

Saturday was just an epically awesome day!  I had a BLAST!  Today just felt like a complete escape from my routine – it was just such a wonderful day.  Want to hear a little about it? 
Since it was Saturday morning, it means that it snowed overnight (I honestly mean that it doesn’t snow any other time during the week except Friday night – for 4 straight weeks now!).  I left my house 55 minutes early (usually takes me 40 minutes) and arrived in plenty of time for Body Pump.  It was a great track and I had an amazing time.
I doubled up and stayed for Zumba – such.a.great.decision!  The BP teacher was also the Zumba teacher and it was THE BEST ZUMBA CLASS I have ever taken!!!  I’ve probably done 50 or more Zumba classes – hands down – the most fun!!!!!!  She was just subbing so I’m not sure there will be too many chances to take her class again (sigh). 
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I ate lunch (alone, kind of sad).  I went to McAllisters Deli and made very healthy decisions.  I was so proud of the choices I made for my lunch – a mere 2 months ago I would have headed to Penn Station for something crazy high calorie.
I went to Target and got some household items – I do love me a good trip to Target (so sad that it’s 45 minutes away). 
I met up with about 20 friends and we ran the Fanny Freezer 5K.  We used it as our Run for Sherry – many of us wore her bib and thought of her during the run (prayers for peace to her family). 
Afterward, the large group headed to Chili’s for a little post-run cheer!  What a truly wonderful time of fellowship and fun!  I might honestly say that I’ve never had so much fun!  Our server, Marion, was stellar!!!!


  1. Can I just say, you look thinner in that pic of you and Chris! Keep up the good work!

    And, it was SO great to see all of you on Saturday, can't wait for our next get together!

  2. What a great weekend!! So good that you could all do the run together. Had to laugh though ... fanny in australia doesn't mean the same as it does in the US ...