KERRYG155
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Thursday, August 25, 2011

I really need to eat more towards the bottom half of that calorie range instead of always being at the top!! I know that so why is it so hard to do that? I think most anything that isn't on my food plan is out of the house now and I got to the store after the classes at the gym and bought some meat which I divied up and put in the freezer. I didn't start any dinner as I didn't know how many would be here but daughter #2 came after school to pick up the grandkids so they are home with mom and dad. Then daughter #3 came home from work and went right out to the kitchen to prepare dinner for the 3 of us. She had gone shopping and brought all the ingredients home and baked chops with roasted potatoes. That was a nice break for me. All she left off was the green vegetables so I can have that for an evening snack.

Daughters car is still leaking water out and overheating no matter what the mechanic says so I will be driving her to work in the morning and then meeting my friends for coffee at 7 before heading to the gym for water aerobics.

My husband came out to watch the football game and I think he saw all of 2 plays before he started snoring-rather loudly. He has to get up for work at 3:30 so I don't know why he doesn't just go to bed and sleep through the game in the bedroom. LOL

Think I'll pick up my book and try reading a bit before bedtime.
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  • WALKINGGRANDMA
    Sounds like a good day. Substituting one snack a day for veggies can make that difference in making the lower end of the calorie range. I like eating different amounts each day, Low end one day, high end another day, two or three days in the mid range. It keeps my body guessing and hopefully more successful.

    I do the same with exercise. Hard one day, lighter the next.
    3010 days ago
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