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Taco Bell

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Ok, so after rushing to the PO, taking out the trash, going to the laundromat, walking from there to the drugstore, going back, folding etc, I was so beat last night that I could not face going home & having to cook & wait another hour to eat. Between the laundromat & my house, which is no more than 2 miles, there are, get this: Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King, MacDonald's, Subway, Papa Gino's, and D'Angelos. Not to mention a local Chinese restaurant & a local sub shop. So I broke down & got 4 Taco Bell crunchy tacos. Could have been worse. I actually did not even go over the 1500 calorie max, and only slightly over the max carb. AND BOY DID THEY TASTE GOOD.
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  • no profile photo PEZCANDY1234
    I can relate on the temptations... Within a 2 mile radius of my home are 2 McD's, Burger King, 2 Taco Bells (my biggest weakness! I love bean burritos and chicken gorditas!), Subway, Arby's, Wendy's, 5 pizza places, Checker's, Blimpie, Sonic, KFC, and that doesn't include all the sit down restaurants that have take-out!! With 6 kids, it is so easy just to order a pizza or something else at the end of the day, or grab something quick while running errands.
    3657 days ago
    I have done the same thing many times, and it is because I am so busy and working so hard. I try really hard to eat good snacks so that I don't fall. The bad food does taste good ,with me it was a donut about 2 weeks ago, and I swear I felt like I had a lead balloon in my stomach. Don't be hard on yourself we are human, just think tomorrow is a new day, and someday will be a hit and others will not, keep trying, the old story of pennies in jar, if you do a little every day like putting pennies in a jar before you know it the jar will be full, and you will have reached your goal.
    3657 days ago
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