Fried wings and things

Sunday, July 15, 2012

While every day in our life may not be perfect it is is an ongoing life lesson fir most of us. Today was one of those days for me. I woke up andf ate my breakfast of whole grain toat with crunchy peanut butter and strawberry jam. Then I took my meds including the prednisone. I went outside for a while but eventually made it back into the house and decided to lie down because I have been feeling on the weak side lately. then got up. It was long past lunch. I had missed it altogether and hubby said let's go to town. He had a craving for wings. so we had to go into town anyhow for dog food, a vinyl tablecloth and some salad mix. And what not. So it was mostly the search for the best price of wings and mixes to sprinkle over it. we found what we needed and started back home. t was almost 6;00 at that time and I was hungry. Mentioned to dh because I am diabetic so he said there was a bag of potato chips in back which he retrieved. So I ate some on the way home. hen we got home and he proceeded to fry the wings and I sprinkled on the buffalo wing garlic and herb and buffalo wing hickory barbecue on the fried wings. Then he decidded he wanted to clean out the freezer and found some french fires to fry up. The whole day was not well prepared and couldn't have gone worse
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    So you learned. Preparation is key.
    2110 days ago
  • DMF2012
    You'll do better today
    2111 days ago
    Sorry to hear of your roller coaster day. I hope you can plan non-fried fruits & veggies for each of your meals tomorrow. Good planning = good eating. Stay strong.
    2111 days ago
    Yeah it was definitely a bad day for nutritional eating but consider it your cheat day and move on tomorrow. More importantly with your diabetes you have to make sure you don't get to that starvation point. Perhaps you could buys some snack packs, bananas and other quick fruits to have on hand in between meals. Good luck!
    2111 days ago
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