Yikes! (Day 4)

Friday, December 05, 2008

Yikes! I have to go have some bloodwork today... I hate needles. But at least I'm on the path to figuring out what is going on. My doctor thinks the dizziness is withdrawals from my meds, but since the fatigue started before I stopped taking them he wants to see if there is some underlying problem. Anyway, here is my food blog for Thursday:

For breakfast I had a bowl of cheerios with skim milk and and orange:

For a snack I had a handful of pistachios:

For lunch I had a salad with light ranch and a whole grain lean pocket (garlic chicken white pizza flavor), followed by an orange dreamsicle:

My snack before dinner was yogurt:

My hubby made dinner again... oven-fried pork chops, roasted green beans, and pasta-roni:

Not pictured: I had some green grapes as an evening snack.
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  • AL9MC2
    The food looks great that you are eating! And - um - your hubby cooks - um can I send mine over so mine can see that - YES - it is okay for the husband to cook dinner. If I don't cook for him - my dh complains that he's starving and everything in the fridge because invisible to him. He then goes for sugary cereal and milk, while later complaining to his mother that there was no food for him. ARGH!!!! What did you do before I came into your life, you moron!!!! Men! Sounds like you got a good one.
    4609 days ago
  • BONNIE627
    love the photos.. makes me hungry just looking at your food...thanks for sharing.. let us know what the dr. says...hugs, Bonnie
    4612 days ago
    When will you evaluate your food log findings?
    4612 days ago
    May I come for dinner??
    4613 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2178761
    I am a visual person. The photo food log works. Cool idea. emoticon
    4613 days ago
  • DINA:-)
    i love the photo food journal! your hubby cooks? that is great!
    4613 days ago
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