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Admin Asst Day Lunch Recap

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Yesterday's sugar consumption: A few Nips and a vanilla latte.

The vanilla latte was part of my Admin Asst Day lunch treat. In addition to that I had a cup of wild mushroom soup and half-order of a salad that, instead of the usual mayonaisey mixed chicken salad was a bed of greens with some grilled curry chicken slices plus fresh strawberries, pineapple, black currants, dried cranberries in a light vinaigrette. The only mayo-y curry sauce was a small amount on the slices of chicken themselves. Very nicely done; fresh & tasty.

As for today, once again it was a matter of FORCING myself into the gym, but force I did and I'm glad of it. Now I'm DONE with the gym for the week because Sat & Sun I have hikes I'm going on .

The funny thing about today is, I decided I HAD to have some chocolate, right? So I go down to the vending machine and at first it wouldn't take my dollar. Had to try several times before it finally sucked it in and allowed me to punch in the code to get my pretzel M&Ms.

And then OF COURSE they got stuck in the machine and there was no getting them out.

Thank you, machine, for keeping me on track. . emoticon

Sigh..
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  • BLUE48DOWN
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    Wow, definitely sounds like the universe was out to keep you away from those M&Ms!
    3105 days ago
  • OJIBWEEQUAY
    lunch sounds delish! oh divine intervention on those m&ms! emoticon
    3106 days ago
  • RUNNERRACHEL
    emoticon It's awesome that you are getting help and support from machinery!

    Good job getting to the gym! Keep up the great work! emoticon
    3106 days ago
  • BECKY3126
    I have had that same vending machine ordeal happen to me! Guess the universe is doing it part to try to keep us on track, huh?
    3107 days ago
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