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Stuffed Shells and BLC Weekend Challenge

Sunday, May 06, 2012

Today I went to the grocery store and picked up my usual healthy freggies like berries, apples, dark green lettuce, bell pepper, tomatoes, and cucumber to make a salad. My family decided to have stuffed shells for dinner and hubby and I added ground turkey for more protein and spinach. Here is the link to the recipe.

My DH, DD, Biscuit (our little shih-poo) and I went for a walk around the path at our hospital... I went about 10 minutes longer, which was 50 minutes. We stopped at a deli/upscale party store and DD wanted a canoli, DH got a cupcake, which he shared a third of it with me after dinner.

Afterwards, I did some strength-training exercises and stretches to keep up with my weekend challenge for the BLC team.

These challenges are helping me fit back into my smaller pants and giving me more energy to meet the challenges of the day.

Sometimes, I need a little push to maintain a healthy diet and exercise. Thanks, BLC!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GOURMETLOSER 5/7/2012 4:44AM

    Excellent progress. Love hearing it.

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ABETTERSOUL 5/6/2012 4:46PM

    emoticon Pam!!!

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CRYSTLE4HIMTX12 5/6/2012 11:02AM

    emoticon You are doing a great job of keeping moving and watching your food. You are gonna be back at your goal before you know it. emoticon

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LYNMEINDERS 5/6/2012 12:46AM

    Woohoo Pam....Thats glad you joined the BLC....

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EJOY-EVELYN 5/6/2012 12:18AM

    I agree, team challenges are truly incentives that aid in our journey to good health. While in SW Florida for one more week, I'm really going to miss the farmer's market! Enjoyed some fresh Florida watermelon tonight.

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