Dangit I screwed up today

Friday, August 14, 2009

Ugh what a cruddy day.
General grumpy mood.
Kids acting up.
Big fight with DH.
After dinner went for milk.
Came out with milk, almond joy, reeces cups, milk duds & pork rinds.
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Went for a drive.
Consumed half the almond joy, all the reeces, 3/4 of milk duds & most of the pork rinds.
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Disgustedly trashed the remaining junk.
Feeling like a giant bloated cow.
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There is one good thing in this experience...I found I did not enjoy the junk food like I used to. Oh it tasted good & all but as soon as I swallowed I just felt yukky. I'm taking this as a good sign because I have been a major candy addict for years. So I'm going to forgive myself & move on - tomorrow I plan on a good long walk first thing in the morning.
Now I'ma drag my lard-butt into bed & loose myself in a good novel.

As one of my favorite annoying heroine's said;
" another day."
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    This was a very long time ago, but there was a woman who was on WW... and one morning she woke and found herself eating just about everything in sight She began to loath herself and ate more.. but something inside her quieted her just long enough for he to breath and realize that she could just let go of everything she had done up to this point; and so she did. She did the only thing she knew to do that would put her on the right track. She sat down - now well beyond midday - and ate a proper breakfast, even after consuming all the other foods she could lay her hands on. But as she ate, she relaxed and continued from that point on.

    Think of today as tests and trials. While you may have had a set back, you came through it :) Good for you!!

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    3174 days ago
    We all have those days. I hope tomorrow is a great day for you.

    3174 days ago
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