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I'm wearing down

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Up until today, I' ve been pretty much right on track. Today I just about gave up. At work there was an amazing and heavy and soooo yummy. Ya...I ate some, like 3 pieces. And they were not small pieces. I don't know what got into me!~ I was possessed!!! And then there were the sausages with peppers and onions. Ya, had some of those two. I really feel icky and bloated now. I think my system is rebelling against me. Junk overload is not something I can do anymore. I guess that's a good thing in retrospect. If I try to overload again, then I might feel the same way. So it's a good thing (like Martha says).
After almost 8 weeks of eating good nutritious healthy meals, I did this. So now I know. Not gonna do it anymore. Even the Mexican birthday party didn't make me feel the way I do now.
So its Sunday night, and tomorrow is Monday and it's the start of a brand new week. I can't undo today, so it's a fresh start tomorrow. Gee, I'm feeling happier already!
Hoping that everyone has a wonderful week, and be seeing you around the pages!

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MARLADIA 8/29/2010 9:21PM

  It happens to all of us from time to time. I can't do the junk any more either. I had a small pop on Friday and it made me sick. I can't drink diet because it give me a migraine. So it i back to the water and besides it is better for me.
Keep up the good work because you are so worth the effort.

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KBRICHFORD 8/29/2010 9:19PM

    That was me yesterday - was NOT paying attention, I had a sausage with peppers and onions too! lol And some chocolate, and some crackers and a peanut butter sandwich lol

But, you are right this morning I was like not again, and I went for a walk/jog... speed bumps we all hit them =)


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