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Pig Roast 2013

Friday, June 21, 2013

Tomorrow at my grandparents place we are having our yearly pig roast. The food there is always so yummy. I have decided to eat whatever I want to eat. Im going to having something small early in the day and drink a lot of water since I'll be spending majority of the day out in the sun and heat. In the past I always get a small scoop of this and that because I always felt blah getting a lot of food with me being overweight. I always thought about how others would look at me. The other day when I was thinking about this it hit me. Over half the people there are overweight themselves PLUS by the time its ready to eat over half of them are drunk and not even paying attention.

I need to enjoy the day and not think about what others may think even though I know they aren't looking at me and judging me.

Sunday is recovery day. Depending on the weather I might do some yard work. If it is too dry and hot out then Im going to plan things out. Monday I plan on starting my program. For the past week I have had a really bad stiff neck and killer headaches and now that I feel all better I am ready to exercise, eat healthy, and feel better about myself.
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    I hope you did enjoy yourself at your grandparents and not have to recover too much. The spark people way of life does allow for some fun times.
    1701 days ago
  • MAW_OH
    It's Sunday, I hope you are "recovering" well and you had a great time with your family. I wish my family had summer cookouts like we used to,, (we never had a pig roast, though!).

    And if you over did it, at least it's only once a year!
    1705 days ago
  • KELLI9001
    Don't worry about what anyone else thinks. You go and have a good time and enjoy yourself. You know you are working on your own health and nutrition.

    1707 days ago
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