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I have taken it pretty easy during the week between Christmas and New Years. I've slept later, played computer games, and watched more TV than I usually do. I have kept things running at the house, but haven't started any new projects.
I have not blogged as much. However, I have been very conscientious about what I've eaten. I cannot think of a single avoid that I ate last week. That was partly to make up for the avoids I enjoyed Christmas week, partly because I was fighting off a virus, and partly because its easier to cook good food when I'm relaxing at home. Avoids sneak up when I'm in a hurry and everyone is hungry.
I took a few days off from exercising during the worst of the virus. But since Friday I've been back on a good Type O exercise schedule. Friday my husband and I took the dog for a long walk in a rural hilly area. As we walked we made plans for the coming year. There are changes coming in 2005, so it was good to have such a constructive conversation. Saturday the weather was warm, and I ran several errands on my bicycle. Yesterday evening I ran through our neighborhood, enjoying the last of the Christmas lights.
Early this morning I had a school-related business meeting. The rest of the day I am alternating chores with chapters of "Nicholas Nickleby". Do a chore, read a chapter. It is a moderate way to ease myself from lazy days to the busy school days which start tomorrow.
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