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OOF! Fell off the wagon!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

So, Sunday was spent with two of my best friends (one human, one canine) and a beautiful day it was. Walked the beach, did a bit of shopping in a store selling local products, went to lunch at a Chinese restaurant -- WHAT!!! That's where the falling-off occurred. Amazing how an egg roll, a couple chicken fingers, crab rangoons and fried rice can pack the pounds right back on! So Monday I weighed in and became depressed. Fortunately having to work didn't allow myself to wallow in self-pity. I climbed right back on that wagon, divvied up my meals and put my nose right back on that grindstone. I didn't get the chance to log in my food, work was busy, and I didn't get a chance to get to the gym, but today is a new day. 45 min at the gym this morning before work, and I've been logging in the food. I hope that by the end of this week the "summer 5" will have been whittled down to the "summer 2".
To be continued...
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    Laura...you work hard all the time, and once in a while we ALL fall off that wagon-so don't beat yourself up. I have been feeling depressed about not losing any more lately...and was even up one over what I had been down..so know the feeling. I have been walking every day at least 3 miles, the other day I even went 4 and have been doing ST and all, keeping busy and still it's not coming off. I think that's why I succumed (sp?) to the discount candy cart in the store! yikes...got some candy corn and good & plenty's...but it's okay to have a few pieces, just not have the whole bag. The chinese food is all the sodium that is in it, which can pack on the pounds if you're not drinking tons of water! that's why I keep driving past our chinese take out without stopping! I LOVE it too, so glad you could enjoy it, now get over it and start a new day! Love you girl!
    2323 days ago
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