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Thursday, May 02, 2013

Last weekend was as hard as I feared. I was a guest in a church member's home and then the church put out a HUGE potluck mid day meal for us. I tried to choose wisely but was unable to dodge the sweet little old ladies pushing far too large helpings on me. To top it off I was on the road at supper time and ate junk. Blah. . . .

But Monday I was back to logging and watching what I ate. I've managed to get at least some exercise every day and haven't been too bad as far as food. I'm not completely back into the swing of things after a couple rough weeks, but I'm getting there.
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  • v LADYFROMTHEWOOD
    Aw, those sweet, little ol' food-pushers! They think food is love. Remember, they may heap it on your plate, but they didn't put the fork in your mouth. It isn't rude or ungrateful to leave food on your plate when it's unhealthy food and too much of it!

    I completely empathize on being out during meal time. Tempting foods in town are my weakness since I don't leave home but a couple of times each week. Especially hard is being in a new town that has new choices to suck you into the mind-set of "but I will not have this chance again!" To what? To clog my arteries? To pack on the pounds? I don't understand myself sometimes! It's as if I were a underprivileged child at a buffet!

    WTG on getting back on track by Monday!!! This is a big deal! One bad weekend a month isn't gonna hurt you if you keep up your healthy lifestyle the other days. Exercising every day this week? That is AWESOME! You are rocking it and need to give yourself some credit.
    1212 days ago
  • v DEBORAH2180
    emoticon glad you are getting back into the swing of things!
    1213 days ago
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