Louise, I'm very sorry for the loss of your sister in law. That is a long time to fight cancer.
There will be no sun here today. Maybe even a shower. I'll just have to keep busy reading my book.
I did get my one mile walk in this morning. Now my one knee is giving be fits. The arthritis in the knee isn't bothering me but the knee feels like it want to crumble on me when I walk. I don't know how to explain it. Just no starch in it.
I haven't updated my weight chart for a very long time. I have regained most of that weight. I am having trouble with portion control. I need to get my scales out and make a chart for Jules so she can see what is a portion. She is very much inclined to make her portions twice or more the size they should be.
I just eat until I feel full and then stop. I need to learn how to stop sooner. When half the serving is gone would be a good time. Until I get it back under control I am keeping that weight chart in mind, and striving to get back there.
More exercise would help and these last few days with the dryer weather I have not been hurting as much. I think I could do better with my exercise now.
Good Morning Patty and all who will follow! Yes, I do remember that song! Patty, on your weight loss. We had a very sad weekend. On Friday my hushband was getting ready to go to work and the phone rang. It was his idential twin brother in Massachusetts telling us that his wife who has been fighting cancer for over 18 years passed away. She was a wonderful sister-in-law and I broke down. I am glad she is with The LORD and not suffering anymore. However, I am sad because I cannot talk to her. My regret is that I was not able to go back to Massachusetts while she was alive. My hushband cannot go back to be with his brother because of my husband's health. However, his brother said in time he will come to Arizona for a visit but not for a while. I cherrish the time I had with my sister-in-law and that when she was feeling OK they were able to come to Arizona for visits.
Saturday we went to a Gluten-Free Expo. I was not going to go because of the passing of my sister-in-law but it was good to get out. It was a very informative time. They had a lot of vendors and we talked to a lot vendors. It was tiring though and there were over 2,000 people there. Sunday was Small Church (that is what our Church calls Sunday School Classes) and then Church and then out to eat with friends. I am still sad about my sister-in-law but happy that she is in a Better Place and No More Suffering.
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