Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Yawns... (167)

I didn't get out of work until midnight. When we got out Puni had a message on her phone that one of our closest friend's father was admitted to the hospital (it doesn't look like he is going to make it) and she really needed some company. It was good to visit with her. We left her home at 1:30 am and didn't get home till 2:40 am. I checked my email and had to be sure to respond to a couple of emails that could not wait. I checked onto to facebook to take care of my virtual fish and flowers :D And now I am here writing on my blog.

It's 3:45 am and I have a test I want to take for the Census Bureau tomorrow morning at 10 am at the makai Hauula Chapel, and after that I am off to work from 1 pm to 9:30 pm, but I wanted to be sure to list something I did today, one thing that helps me to meet my goal of being Super Fabulous at 40.

Today I abstained from eating chocolate, chips, and junk. I drank water and although I am wanting to gorge myself at this moment with food because this late at night I get major munchies, I am refraining. I will eat tomorrow morning (in about 3 hrs) when I get up. :D One day at a time. I am too brain tired to say more. Goodnight.


Blake and Leslie said...

Good for you and I know it's hard. I try not to eat anything after 8pm because that's when I get the munchies and most of the times I do well and sometime Not.

You and your sister are amazing people and your friend is truly blessed to have you both in their lives.

Also yes, I did do your tag, Thanks!

Ipo said...

Way to go girl!! One day at a time, that's how it works, right? Keep up the excellent work!

Liz said...

ok, i wish i could say the same thing. wait, yesterday, i was up until like 4 am too just like you! except i had a piece of cake! boo. but been great today. love reading your blog!

Siana Burgess said...

Liz! I am such a cake lover! And chocolate to boot! Mmmm! :D LOLOL You are such the temptress :D

Dee said...

i feel your pain, OH GIRL do I feel you pain! Good for you its the little decisions that we make that will make a difference in the long run.