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Glad It's Over

Friday, November 27, 2009

Suffice it to say, I'll delay weigh-in day a couple of weeks. Yes, I know better. Yes, today was an eating bust. No, I'm not sorry. I guess I'd better leave it at that.
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    BTW - The minute I read the title of this blog Jesse, all I could hear was Handel's Hallelujah Chorus - so I had to acknowledge and watch it...

    It was always fun in chorus to sing this.
    Hallelujah - let's give thanks that Thanksgiving temptations are over...amen. I did really well by making the spinach salad the main part of my Thanksgiving plate. If I had not planned, it would have ended up more like:
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    instead of like this:
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    Now I just have been balancing the left-overs so I don't have any keep-overs on my waistline!
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    2517 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/29/2009 11:21:05 AM
    I certainly enjoyed my holiday, I was looking forward to stuffing my face with homemade goodies for far too long to let the day bother me. I was surrounded by great people and enjoyed wonderful food and that's all that matters. I ate pretty well the week leading up to the day, so that was my treat. Once a year is nothing! There are a lot of people (myself included) who have overindulged plenty more than once a year... even more than once a week.. and have still been able to find success.
    2518 days ago
  • DBELLE39
    Remember tomorrow is a brand new day! Don't worry about the past & any flaws in your diet, just work forward. You can do this.
    2518 days ago

    Remember something. As long as you don't turn this into a downward spiral you're a winner. You can do it. Get back on track right now! No pushing it off and no regrets. Get back on track and we can move forward together!

    I'll get on the scale tomorrow morning and deal with the number if you will. Remember, I wasn't that bad yesterday, but I haven't behaved very well for almost 2 weeks now (and I have deliberately avoided the scale every morning). I am going to miss middle-boychild when he leaves, but I am definitely going to be happy about getting back my normal routine!
    2519 days ago
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    2519 days ago
    So, no slivers today? Hey, dont worry hon. Drink lots of water and start fresh with all the GOOD foods that are leftover and you wont have to weight two weeks (Yes I misspelled it deliberately) Hugs to you for a BETTER, Healthier, TODAY and TOMORROW. Laurie
    2519 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/27/2009 10:06:04 AM
    Yeah..just get back on the wagon!
    2519 days ago
    This morning I was on the treadmill for 70 minutes.

    Went to dinner and thought the food wasn't worth the calories. Took one bite of a cookie and a bit of pumpkin pie and left it there on the plate to take away. Didn't miss it. Now a bit sick to my stomach on the rest.... ugggh emoticon
    2519 days ago
    Yup. Loved the meal, the family, the fellowship. Can't get too down about calories in, but tomorrow is a new day!! I have to give myself permission to enjoy a holiday meal without beating myself up!
    2519 days ago
    It's OVER, DONE WITH, get back on the program and you will be just fine. ONE DAY cannot ruin what you've have accomplished. It takes 3,500 unused calories to gain a pound of fat. Give the food time to pass through your system, and you will be back to your normal weight in a few days. Don't stress about it...IT IS OVER!!! Best of luck in reaching all of your health and fitness goals.
    2519 days ago
  • TRON2007
    That's okay. Don't regret enjoying the holidays. Always remember, one step back, two steps forward. emoticon
    2519 days ago
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