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Back to where I was...

Monday, August 05, 2013

Before the Unfortunate Chinese at Lunch Incident/McDonald's Breakfast Snafu of last week: 245.

The next drop is going to be the test. I have been able to get to 244, and stay there for oh, a day. That's been going on for well about a year. No joke. So getting under 244? I'm excited and anxious all at the same time. I'm going to keep on doin' what I'm doin', and see what happens in the next couple weeks.

I managed at least 20 min of zumba every weekday last week and was back on track this a.m. I did eat at McDonald's this weekend, but I ate my breakfast much earlier and I had the egg white delight when we went. No, it is not delicious. I remain unimpressed, but it allowed me to go without consuming 70% of my calories for the day in one meal.

that's it on the weight front. Working on conquering some anxiety issues, and struggling with negative self talk. You know, the usual.

Tonight: Al Anon. I may no longer live with an alcoholic, but I am so very aware I'm not over the damage from my marriage and that my daughter is an alcoholic. Going is the best thing I can do for ME.

yay Monday, bring it on!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TRIXIETEXAS 8/12/2013 10:20AM

    Good for you on finding a better way to handle the McD's breakfasts. I'm sorry for what you've been through with the alcoholics in your life. That's good that you are working to take care of yourself.

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40PUDDLEJUMPER 8/5/2013 2:25PM

    hang in there Lisa - emoticon

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NOTANINJA 8/5/2013 10:28AM

    Thank you for sharing. Hope you have a wonderful day. Al Anon is a great organization and can be very helpful.

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