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It's Probably Silly

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

But I am really proud of myself today.

An old friend (old as in long time, not because she is ancient or anything) and I realized a couple of weeks ago that we work in the same neighborhood. So we arranged to get together for lunch, like we used to do on a weekly basis when we were both working in Downtown Baltimore. She really wanted to go to Wendy's, so I said that would be fine.

I went in there pretty much planning on getting a Baconator (and then deciding if I was going to track it when I got back to work), but when I got to the counter I opted for the grilled chicken sandwich. And to top it off, I went medium fries and drink instead of large.

I don't know if this place is getting to me or what (I didn't go full salad and water, so obviously SPARKGUYANDTEAM still have some work to do emoticon ), but in the grand scheme of things that is not something I would have done a month ago. So yay me!
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  • RPBURRJR
    Next time I may just get the chili. I've heard that it's pretty good, but I have high standards for chili thanks to my mother's football Sunday recipe.
    2426 days ago
  • DOODIE59
    Just for the record, Wendy's chili is delicious, and pretty darn good for you ... at under 300 calories and lots of fibre. I feel almost ... virtuous ... leaving that place, licking my lips (a sense you don't get from eating SALADS -- oops, sorry, attitude), and feeling satiated AND satisfied. Yaaaay, Wendy's.
    2426 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/1/2011 9:58:26 AM
  • RPBURRJR
    Thanks. It really did feel like a little victory. And the fact that I was sated by my meal helps. Next time, I'll get it w/out the mayo.
    2467 days ago
  • CJSARGENT1
    hurrah for you
    2467 days ago
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