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100 lbs. In 300 Days - Day Twenty-five

Friday, October 19, 2012

Day 25

This was another low key day.... Just resting and healing. I did purchase a table and chairs from a good old friend of mine to put in our new house. I'm pretty excited about moving!

Food.... I did fine with calories again. I even had room for an ice cream sandwich for dessert last night! Not the healthiest thing in the world, but it was yummy. For brunch (I find this is a really great thing to do, combine breakfast and lunch) I had roasted turkey with some bbq sauce and macaroni and cheese. Around 2:30 I had a snack, some unreal candy (think peanut m&m's). For supper I made some pea soup. My recipe is on here. (Split Pea and Ham Soup by Sunspot_baby). It was really great. Low fat, low calorie! I had a pint of it for 286 calories and I had some croutons to go with it.

Exercise.... Nope... Knee still was stiff and I was still groggy from the anesthesia. That stuff can make me tired for days on end. But today is the day rehab starts. So Yay!

Other news, my daughter, Sara, and I saw a TRIPLE rainbow on the way home from Milan last night. It was beautiful. My son saw a triple up in Lafayette yesterday too. Sara says that maybe it's a sign that good things are coming. I sure do hope she's right!

Peace and Love to all,

This is my daughter Sara.... ever the optimist!

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    That recipe sounds great! I bought the ingredients for it today and plan to make it over the weekend.

    1917 days ago
    I've been on the hunt for a new table and chairs, too. It's so hard to find something that is both in good shape and inexpensive!

    Glad to see you seem to be recovering from your surgery quickly!
    1917 days ago
    thanks for sharing the recipe!
    1918 days ago
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