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Cannot believe I ate a Big Mac for lunch...

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

and omg it was.... ok, but not really that good. I've got a headache, have started this week stressed, and then the toddler decided at 3am he was going to let the stomach bug going around make it's presence known. I felt so bad for him because he was actually crying that his tummy hurt. He couldn't get comfortable and couldn't grasp the concept that he really needed to lay down and stop tossing and turning. After that, I think I slept no more than an hour at a time. So yeah, decided that a junk food lunch was the way to go because after today- um no more thank you.... oh and I wore flip flops today so no tennis shoes to hit the gym with... although I might sneak out and buy me a new pair :)

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TexasLynn, I agree.... although it was pretty dried out- the ones around here are rarely greasy. I guess I thought I was just craving the taste. I am glad that it did not fit the bill because I really do not even want to think about eating another one. Or any fast food for that matter.

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TEXASLYNN 4/2/2013 4:25PM

    Cannot believe you wanted to-ugh grease!

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    Thanks Stephanie, and you're right, it's just not as good. Hubby and I own our own business, so he volunteered to run out to get lunch today. To top it off, he said he had to wait about 12 minutes for my sandwich- after that I would have expected perfection lol.

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STEPHANIE302013 4/2/2013 2:44PM

    I had my McDonalds break through a couple weeks ago - so won't be happening again! I think we all have those moments where we think "just this one time won't hurt" and then it's just not as good as we remember. Something we need to do to kick the habit for good! Hope the little guy feels better soon!

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