Yay me!!!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Today I took my lunch to work forgetting that I had a meeting where lunch would be provided. Well, I didn't log all my food and stuff the last few days so the opportunity was there to keep falling back. I told a co-worker, "Well, I'll see what they're serving before I go heat my lunch" and I did. They had Chick-Fil-A nuggets, salad, brownies and fruit cups. Chick-Fil-A!!!!!!! I LOVE Chick-Fil-A nuggets! And brownies!!!
BUT! I brought a nice healthy lunch with baked chicken, whole grain pasta, green beans and corn. I decided to eat what I brought for lunch. But maybe... maybe since I would eat that, I could have one of those brownies. They were cut in half already...
So, I ate my lunch during the meeting and felt like I had a little more room for something and it must be something sweet!!! God took my hand right past the brownies to a cup and took me over to the fruit. OMG'ness!!! It was SOOOO good! Grapes, strawberries, apples (2 kinds!) and mandarin oranges!! It was awesome!!
And the icing on my "cake"... I met my goals today in everything other than calcium and fiber. I did not go over on anything!!! Yay me! Tomorrow is my 2 week weigh in. I am proud of myself like I can't even believe.
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    Good job! It's so amazing how fast we forget that fruit is just as good as ice creams or cake. Consider yourself a smarty.
    2642 days ago
    Wow! You are really at this - "strength training for the mind." You're doing awesome & will be celebrating great success! Keep it up, & focus on the very last sentence in your blog: "I am proud of myself like I can't even believe." GREAT motivation!!!
    June :)
    2644 days ago
    That's wonderful! Keep up the good choices!
    2645 days ago
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon You have a right to be proud!!!
    2645 days ago
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