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Long week was not good...because I wasn't!

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Out of town company for almost a week. I promised I'd tread carefully, but then I just let it go. I was not good, and my results Wednesday were not good. I'm not posting it, giving myself a little extra time so it won't be too devastating. I know, I know, I'm only not telling me...and I already know!

But I'm ready to record my daily food plan (plan in advance, and adjust along the way if/when needed). It's the only way I lost 12 lbs. (All right, I'll fess up...I actually gained 3 of those pounds back...in a week! WTH??? No fair!)

Got nobody to blame but myself, but I'm anxious to get that weight gain down a bit by Wednesday, and have no plans for out of town guests 'til summer. And most of them will be my healthy-eating, skinny kids! Whew!

Thanks, Louise, for the goodie...have no fear, I am here, and we're on our way!!!

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  • KDYLOSE
    That was just bad timing, to have a challenging food situation like that come up right when you were getting back in the groove. But you obviously missed being on program.
    1302 days ago
  • CATLADY52
    You are: 1. aware of having gained the pounds,
    2. aware of having to lose said pounds,
    and 3. going to start immediately! You've solved the problem!

    Having a Spark conscience can be fun! emoticon
    1302 days ago
  • MEMERE2003
    You will drop those three pounds in a hurry when you start back on your plan. We can do this!
    1302 days ago
  • DOINITRIGHT2012
    Confucius say, "Fall down seven times, get up eight." (In my book I think I'm at 8000....)

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    1302 days ago
  • LKWQUILTER
    Don't blame yourself for being human. Just flip and get back on track again. ((HUGS))
    1302 days ago
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