It was hard to tell if he was actually happy with the morning walks as he was very stubborn. I should have done my intervals on Monday and Wednesday this week but that didn't quite happen. It wasn't for lack of my trying, but rather lack of cooperation on the dogs part. Monday I tried a couple of intervals and pretty much felt like I was dragging Angus along with me. When I tried to do my intervals on Wednesday....well now....Angus just wasn't having it!
Every time I would start to run, I would just about have my arm dislocated as he would dig in his paws and refuse to move. It actually became quite comical and I ended up texting my husband a bunch of messages with pictures.
|Intervals you say? HA! I'm just going to stand here until I'm good and ready to walk slowly!|
|Intervals? There's no intervals being done here today....not according to my schedule|
|Give it up human! Ain't no intervals happening by me today. I'm too busy sniffing.|
I was so frustrated with him by the time we got home that it was either laugh or cry. Then we got to the door to come in, I took off his leash as I always do as we get to the door and what does he do? He takes off, full speed running like a bat out of heck around the green space. I only got him into the house by yelling milk bone! He'll always come in for a milk bone, but then what does he do once in he's in the house, he goes zooming through the house, in a figure out, through the bedroom, down the stairs, up the stairs into the living room and back to the bedroom. He did that for almost 5 minutes!
When I came out of the shower, this what I found;
|Passed out cold, he didn't eve wake up when I left for work 20 minutes later.|
Friday was weigh in day and I hit another milestone! I've lost 60.4 pounds in 23 weeks!!! I know I shouldn't put a time goal on losing weight, but I'm feeling confidant enough to say that I hope to hit 75pounds by August 15. That's 8 weeks away and at 2 pounds per week, I believe that's an attainable goal for me to hit. I'll just have to wait to see how it goes.
Steps this week: