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goodies & sweets consumption

Saturday, December 07, 2013

Today I ate cake.
And had a piece of fudge.
Aaaand 2 donuts.

The donuts were for breakfast, and then I snacked on them later.
They were not gluten-free. My stomach now hates me. To be fair, I did not buy them or seek them out. To be fair, it was my dear hubby who carried out the crime, but I did nothing to stop him and so therefore I really was an accomplice, as I believe I said, "go ahead" when he suggested running for them. So....I'm guilty as charged.

The fudge and cake was during the timeframe of a family Christmas get-together.

I also tried to fill up on good stuff prior to. Like before the donuts I did drink a green smoothie.
And before the fudge and cake I did have meat, veggies, applesauce and water.

My monthly cycle may have a good deal to do with this, and the holiday season potluck-happiness. And I made the choice to indulge.

Tomorrow is a new day.

PS: I still had a fantastic day. I played in snow. I laughed with my husband and kids. We made a snowman and had a snowball fight. I talked with a friend on the phone. I went to a family Christmas party and had a nice time. My food mistakes do not define me. I want to stay healthy in mind, body & spirit. So today's setbacks are only temporary.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    Hey THANK YOU everyone!
You made my night with all the nice encouragement.
You guys rock!

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CHERIJ16 12/8/2013 11:12AM

    emoticon emoticon I'm glad you enjoyed your day.

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NELLJONES 12/8/2013 8:09AM

    Yes, you were an accomplice, but now that you recognize that role, I'll bet you won't do that again! That's what learning is all about, those lightbulb moments.

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SANDYCRANE 12/8/2013 6:56AM

    I have been guilty of eating sweets. Sometimes after I eat one I will hide them somewhere so I will not be tempted again. I have been known to take a bite out of a doughnut and then throwing it into the garbage. Sounds like you had a great day anyway.


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WEARINGTHIN 12/8/2013 4:32AM

    You weren't an accomplice. Your husband may have been an accomplice to your acts. Better luck next time. Best wishes, Glenn

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PINKEUROGIRL 12/8/2013 2:15AM

    Just move on!

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GYMGIRL79 12/8/2013 12:50AM

    I just love your outlook on life. Food is just one small aspect of you day...there is so much more that matters about today. You made beautiful holiday memories with your family and that is true success.
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LALMEIDA 12/8/2013 12:10AM

  My grandmother always said "everything in moderation." She was a very wise woman. I think you still did great...the smoothie was a good choice. Have a great holiday season!

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