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Buffet Experience

Saturday, October 13, 2012

I was good all week and last night I had the bright idea of hitting the chinese buffet in town. Ugh what a terrible idea. So crowded. I was in line for ice cream, yes guilty. There was a really overweight kid infront of me, mom scooping ice cream on his plate that already had a large piece of cake on it. Ughhhh I hit a lot of buffets as a kid with my family. Not a good thing for children. Easy, yes but eating 1200-1500 calories in a sitting.....ugh. I did a lot of walking last night after that.

I gotta be at work soon so I will just post my pics.

Day 25: The dog terrified of cameras. Poor Patsy.

Day 26: Pumpkins grown on Scott's family farm. Look how cute the star is!

Day 27: Meet the neighbors.Jack and Scooter.
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    ha ha, my Cassie is the same as Patsy, afraid of the camera
    2065 days ago
    I gorged on lemon ice cream on Sunday. Had 2 SCOOPS!! The ice cream at Dairy Mart in Salem is so good. Thank goodness they will be closed for the winter soon.

    Buffets are my downfall. I gorge on healthy food mostly but calories add up.

    Patsy is sooooooooooooooooooo cute!

    Love the pictures and your neighbors too!!
    2075 days ago
    Yes, buffets and pot-lucks are something that I avoid. You did well to walk. We can do this!
    2076 days ago
    2076 days ago
    I love the way the neighbor animals pose for you, LOL!

    And yes, buffets are the worst thing for healthy eating habits!
    2077 days ago
    Yes, my parents took me too many buffets as a child. They thought they were showering with me love and kindness. Sigh.

    PS: I still can't get over how gorgeous your pics are!
    2077 days ago
    I like chinese food and will go to the buffet with friends. I do not go back for seconds or I eat off the menu.
    2077 days ago
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