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April 19, 2013

Friday, April 19, 2013

Last night I ate jelly beans. Every time I woke, I stuck one in my mouth. Cutting back on calories emoticon emoticon
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    I am really enjoying your video blogs!
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    yea! good to see you this morning emoticon
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  • JUDY106
    Hi, just found you. Loved your video. It was "REAL". I just added you as a friend. I hope you will add me also. Sounds like you are doing great with the water aerobics. I also do a water aerobics class. She really mixes up our class we will do all types of aerobics during the month. I like that. There is only one class offered here in my small town and we used the college's pool. So, if you don't take that class you don't get any water aerobics.
    I eat protein just before bed time to help me sleep and not feel hungry during the night. I drink a low calorie drink that I found at Walmart. It is low in carbs, sugar, and lactose free. It is 100 calories and 17 grams of program. It tastes really good. Strawberry is the best. The name is ESA Advant or something like that. They have two different types with the same company name. So, just read the info and find the 100 calorie one. The other has more sugar and calories in it. I have a problem with the night eating. I don't make it through the night without eat sometimes, but I WAKE UP THE NEXT MORNING AND START over AGAIN. I WILL NEVER GIVE UP!!! Well, will be seeing you around. Stop by and see me. Hugs, Judy
    1469 days ago
    I'm the same way.
    1469 days ago
    Jelly Beans.........yum. Glad that you're going to be more diligent with your food plan today. You're in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that you'll have an easier time sleeping my friend. Remember, the sugar in jelly beans (and anything) will amp you up & make sleep more difficult. Love ya
    1469 days ago
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