Thanks so much for your kind words. I happen to be a great admirer of Robert Fulghum. I've read all he's written. I also love reading Garrison Keillor, as well as listening to him!!! W.P Kinsella is the person who wrote the book that ultimately became the movie Field of Dreams. I've read most of his stuff also and its in the same vein. To have you put me in the same neighborhood makes me smile as well as makes me blush.
As you know as a good writer yourself the tid-bits of praise are often far and few between. To receive that recognition form another writer is a very cool thing.
Thank you for your kind blog comment. I'm feeling more and more appreciative of myself, or at least loving myself more, now that I'm really able to stay binge free. It's amazing how when we start caring for ourselves, the effects spiral up.
How are you doing?
I'm at Sloan Kettering right now. My husband has a CT scan today and the results are very crucial. He's been on a 6 week chemo break and isn't doing well.
Thanks for the comments on my blog! I've been thinking the exact same thing about my clothes. I still have my pre-loss clothes, because I can't afford to replace all my stuff right now... but I can start doing a few pieces at a time :) (Plus I keep meaning to stop by Goodwill and get some intermediate things to wear!) I'm still surprised when I buy a size medium shirt and it fits...
What I am doing is very similar TW. I guess this is manageable b/c there is an "end date". I usually don't do well with all the restriction as well.
One thing that is easy about Whole30, is the freedom from tracking food/measuring. I just toss stuff together and eat until I am full on whole satisfying foods.
I wish you the very best of luck on "the plan". If you decide to join Whole30, there is a team on here with some pretty fantastic ladies to cheer you on. Just let me know, and I will get you an invite!!