THANKS FOR ALL THE LOVE EVERYONE!
be safe driving!
Thanks! It was pretty uneventful, but a lot of wackos on the road.
Looking good, lady! Have a safe trip!
Thanks! Will do. I realized that I no longer have your right phone number…message it to me so I can add it and send you wonderful photos of my journey (or just pay attention to your Facebook feed, haha).
Have a great trip Nava.
Will do! It’s definitely exciting!
You look super skinny here!
Aww, thanks! Ironically, as I read your comment, I remarked to myself that I had yet to see a Kentucky license plate and *bam* I saw about 7 of them in a matter of MINUTES after being on the road for over 5 hours… Also, put a smile on my face for that comment because the scale was cruel to me this morning as I was leaving, although I did weigh after eating and a shower.
Girl you look great!!!! How much are you down these days?
Thanks! Truth: I’m up 4 pounds from what I weighed back in January. As of this morning the scale officially says 216. I’ve teetered around 212-214 in the past few weeks. When I get back from my trip (end of March), it’s all about the scale again, instead of training. But as a whole, I’m down 40 pounds from when I started this blog December 2010.
1. Made it to ATL-vicinity for the night. Didn’t see any car accidents along the way, which was a first. Took the same road for the majority of the trip and stopped at almost every single rest stop. I blame it on the water I guzzled down. At least I’m hydrated.
2. Semi-smart food decisions. Burger King happened this morning and I don’t regret it. Leftover pizza for lunch (huzzah!). Cobb salad from Wal-Mart for dinner. Yay!
3. Got a window seat for tomorrow’s flight! (Does this count? I’m starting to stretch it for today…)
4. Had an awesome stretching session before driving and had one post-dinner. Legs still feel a bit stiff, but that’s usual with driving.