Today, my husband took care of the kids so that I could go on a field trip to the Metro Health Medical Center. The focus of the trip was Metro Life Flight and their program.
I’ll write more about the trip when time allows.
I also had the opportunity to go to a Weight Watcher meeting without the kids. Between the snow, the traffic, and a highway accident, the 24 min drive to Solon took over and hour. Yes, I’m willing to drive that far for a “Dawn” meeting with out kids. It was a great meeting and I got to pay attention to Dawn and all of the participants. Usually, I 1/2 listen to the meeting and 1/2 take care of the kids.
I also met a new person who has lost 100 pounds and shared some of her story. She’s training to be a Weight Watcher receptionist, works out at the JCC and had lots of great wisdom to share. I maintained this week and was totally fine with that especially since I weighed in at night and in jeans. (I know I should wear the same thing each week, but sometimes it just isn’t practical.)
After the meeting, I stopped at Giant Eagle to pick up some more free tuna fish since it was the last day of the sale. When I went back out to my car, it was dead. So, a AAA visit and a new battery rounded out my day.
So, a mid-week break from the kids, a great Weight Watcher meeting and a new battery. I’m all recharged and ready for the rest of the week.