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Friday, August 24, 2012

don't know about the rest of you.... but i have l earned so many little things the last couple of day.... and its not the big things.... but all the small stuff things... on here... i look at these screens and wonder how can i do this... and i hate to ask all the time... i know all of you are here to help.... sometimes you just gotta do things for yourself... the exploring is fun...
anyway... i did pretty good today... went to golden corral for lunch... i can choose pretty careful there... i have a dr appt later today and b/f wanted to stop and get his two large pizzas to take home... i talked him out of it... its a trigger food for me and not had it in couple of months.. didn't think i could handle it right now...

time for bed now.. untill next time.....
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  • v SWIMLOVER
    emoticon on talking your B/F out of getting the pizzas! We are all on this Healthy Journey together so please don't feel bad asking questions or for help.
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    1372 days ago
  • v JILL313
    Hi Betsy, I swear it took me almost a year and a half to learn how to do things. For the longest time I didn't even know what a huddle was or a thread. I finally took more time and now I've become much more informed about how to get around on Spark. I remember when I first joined Spark and they didn't have Spark Coach yet I honestly didn't know about spinning the well it was almost a year before I started doing that and earning points. I guess I'm a slow learner once I learn it I'm good to go. Enjoy your weekend busy lady. And, I'm so proud of you pulling in the ropes on your BF pizza idea. Even a foot long subway would be far better for you.

    Love,

    Jill
    1375 days ago
  • v EWL978
    OH!!!! I worry about being anywhere near a pizza!! I keep thinking that I have no idea how I'd react to seeing one and if I could keep away from it!!
    1375 days ago
  • v TORTILLAFLATS
    Betsy! I am so glad you are learning your way around the boards. emoticon
    and great on talking your BF out of the pizza's. Even there smell makes me want to dive right in.

    Hugs, Gail
    1375 days ago
  • v VTMAID
    Look at you! You told your b/f not to get pizza! That's great progress--it's a trigger food for me as well, so like you, I don't want it in the house.
    Don't worry about asking questions--that's exactly the best thing about SP. We all help each other!
    Hugs,
    Karen
    1376 days ago
  • v TXMEMAW6
    emoticon emoticon emoticon I can't resist pizza either, and my DH LOVES pizza. He could eat it every day. So, we have to make pizza an extra special treat for us. So glad you were able to talk your B/F out of taking the large ones home. We can and will succeed in this journey we're on. emoticon emoticon
    Hugz,
    Sharon

    1376 days ago
  • v PYNETREE
    Never stop learning....no matter how small you think it might be.

    You are learning how to handle YOUR hunger, in a healthier way!

    My husband used to bring home a Pizza, once a month, after a meeting...but now he buys 2 individual slices. As I will only eat one slice emoticon with some salad. That seems to work best for me.

    Now he is trying to work on his diet too, so we can both help each other out. And it makes it so much easier for me!


    1376 days ago
  • v IOWAGRAMMA
    How great is that! Yes, there is plenty to learn everywhere we look. I agree with that completely. Making great choices at the Golden Corral is quite an achievement PLUS to talk your BF out of taking home large pizzas--well, I think you are making terrific progress! Keep up the great work! Hugs, Jeannie
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    1376 days ago
  • v MAGGIEVAN
    Good on you. 10/10. Give yourself a pat on the back.
    1376 days ago
  • v TURTLERAE55
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    1376 days ago
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