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The cheesecake is gone!

Monday, March 07, 2011

It's bittersweet. LOL. My mom's cheesecake is my favorite dessert in the world. Hubby and I were both sad to eat the last of it on Friday. But my waistline is happy. Thank goodness my husband likes cheesecake and enthusiastically helped me eat it.

I did try to stay on the lower side of my calories for the day so I could have the treat for dessert after dinner. And I somehow managed to resist all day and wait to have my one piece in the evening with hubby. So, I am proud of myself for that at least. :)

The scale is far. I think it will catch up to me soon, though. Have to hit the gym hard this week. Tonight is our family gym night. Hopefully we can get through our workout tonight without any diaper disasters.

Have a great Monday, Spark friends, and a great week!
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    Love it, love it, love it! Normandy
    2664 days ago
    Cheesecake is my FAVORITE!

    I have mixed emotions on what to say...

    One one hand it's great to have it out of the house!

    On the's nice to have a treat every once in a while!

    Good Luck on the diaper tonight! Just have that extra change of clothes with you! emoticon
    2665 days ago
  • *AMBER512
    Sounds delicious! I'm lucky that my husband always helps when extra desserts are around the house.
    2665 days ago
  • DNJEN471
    Mmmmm... cheesecake... love it... just hate how many calories it carries with it :)
    2665 days ago
    mmmm, cheesecake!
    2665 days ago
    I'm glad you were able to enjoy some cheesecake without going overboard. I'm very proud of you. That's the way it should be.
    The scale is strange, it may never catch up to you (Here's hoping). I wish you a good family workout night tonight. I'll try to send some clean diaper vibes.
    Have a great day!!
    2665 days ago
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