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Terrific Tuesday!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


I ate well all day, the only non-nutritious food was a couple of mints and a stick of sugar-free gum.

I got in over an hour of cardio today, with some of it outside (in the rain).

I feel especially good about not indulging at night. We went to a Memorial service for the Chaplain we were close to in college. Talk about uncomfortable! For me, being around so many people is difficult, and it was emotional, though in a nostalgic way. He was very loved so attendance was high. We talked with probably 30 or so people we hadn't seen in at least 10 years, some more...and there were lots of people we didn't know...there was an open bar, cookies and chips. I passed on everything except a mint to freshen my breath.

It feels so good to be in control of my eating. I've really got to keep this going through the holiday to come! How's everyone doing? I'm so glad several folks are in this with me...we can make this an awesome pre-holiday week!!!
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  • RAYVEN01
    Outside in the rain! That's one thing I haven't braved yet
    2257 days ago
    emoticon But sorry you lost a friend.
    2258 days ago
    Please accept my condolances, but I am proud of you. You are doing so well; a real inspiration for the rest of us.
    2258 days ago
    Proud of you ~ I'm doing better this week than last with my eating but still not on my game. Fear not ~ I'm not worried or lost! I'm going to blog soon to give the update. Just so busy and blessed right now!
    2258 days ago
  • PATTIE441
    Yes we can do it girl and we ARE doing it!! Woo Hoo! Way to go of staying in control! Great job!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2258 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/14/2011 1:12:13 PM
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