After my energy crash this weekend I feel remarkably good right now. Yesterday was a super busy day and I had in 22,888 steps. We bought a new TV for my husband's birthday! Our TV was an old tube TV that was at least 10 years old, but we couldn't hook up our new blueray DVD player to it because it didn't have an HDMI input. Also some of the movies we were watching we couldn't read the subtitles (you know how in some action movies they speak different languages at different times in the movie and they put the subtitles up) or like at the beginning of Gravity they have those little blurbs about space, we couldn't read those either. It's like the technology was too good for our TV so it came out blurry. I think another problem is that all the new TVs are rectangular and our old TV is square shaped, which was probably distorting the words too. Maybe not, maybe I'm just reading too much into it. The point is, my husband bought a new TV and it's awesome! I was playing Zumba world party on it today and loved it. He mounted it pretty high and we don't yet have an entertainment console below it so I'm having difficulty with where to place the Wii censor bar. I tried above it but that just makes it act funny. So I put double back sticky tape on it and taped it to the bottom, but it keeps falling off. Maybe I can find some stronger tape. Not sure if Matt would approve of me duct taping the sensor bar to his new TV.
Besides the glass shattering in the afternoon it was pretty low key. My sister came over to see the new tv and we played Mario Kart on the wii and I make breakfast burritos for dinner, but I decided to skip the tortilla and just eat the innerds: eggs, sausage, sweet potato, cheese etc. Saved me some calories. I feel really good about what I am doing right now. and am happy with the progress I have made. My lowest since I gained all the weight was 152.8 so I am only 1.2 pounds away from that and once I pass that and get back into the 140s I am going to feel soooo much better. Can't wait to get back to my healthy weight range!