Last night was a big moment in American history and I am so glad I managed to stay awake long enough to watch CNN project Barrack Obama as the Presidential Elect. I have never felt more proud to be an American and have never felt more like a part of history then I do now. I know this election will go down in history books and future generations will be hearing the tale of how it came to be. I look forward to the day when I can tell my Grandchildren that I helped elect President Obama into office way back in November of 2008.
Now that all of the political propaganda has some what subsided I feel our country can return to peace and become unified once again. I look forward to what the new future will bring for not only myself for my future children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Sorry I was getting a little teary eyed there. I guess I should get back to fitness and food, right? Thanks so much for putting up with my political madness the past couple of days. As you can tell, I am a very proud American and take this process with pride and honor. J
This morning I of course woke up very pumped, despite the lack of sleep and pushed out a glorious work out.
First, I ran around my apartment complex for 20 minutes to warm my body up.
Then, I did a revised Parking Lot Boot Camp
Revised Boot Camp (x5)
- 10 complete suicides (about 8 parking spots long)
- 30 jumping jacks
- 30 jump ropes
- 30 high knees
- 30 butt kicks
- 50 Crunches
- 10 Push Ups
It was a great work out. J
While watching more CNN this morning and seeing some of the amendments I was very against passed (stupid ignorant people), I heated up some left over Pumpkin Pecan Waffles I had in the freezer.
Still so good and sadly my last of the batch, I guess I just need to make more. J
On the waffles I heated up a small chopped apple with some cinnamon and Sugar Free Syrup.
Now I am off to work to catch up on more political news. I feel like there is still so much I want to know about yesterday’s voting trends! Have a great day!