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So thankful for Whole Foods!

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

I found a great solution to my eating problem. Since I am living in a hotel at the moment and have no way to cook I have been eating fast food WAY too much. I actually really hate fast food, so I have been in hell the last week. I was driving around two days ago though and found a Whole Foods and I am so excited. We have been going there for things for dinner the past couple nights and I feel so much better. I never thought I would say this, but I have really missed veggies. They have a really nice salad bar at this Whole Foods and I have been making one each night along with something from their deli. Hopefully we will be in the new house tomorrow (even though it doesn't have a refrigerator yet) and I will be able to cook again. I am not going to want to eat out in a very long time.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BLUEKITTYJAN 9/10/2012 2:36AM

    Wish Whole Foods would discover Oregon.

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MAHGRET 9/6/2012 12:06AM

    great job! It's funny how after a bit we miss our veggies.

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SILLYLILME 9/5/2012 10:48PM

  You are a perfect example of making no excuses not to try and eat healthy. Fantastic job. I couldn't imagine having to eat fast food cause there is nothing else...bleh. Bet you feel soooo much better.

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CASTIRONLADY 9/5/2012 10:31PM

    Good for you. We moved miles away from any whole foods type store and mail order or get what we need when we drive to other placees.

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