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Day 184 - A Breakfast Kind of Day

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

For breakfast, I had cereal and coffee...and left over cooked vegetables topped with parmesean cheese.

For lunch, I had French toast with cinnamon butter and maple syrup, two over easy eggs, two slices of toast, and two sausage links with coffee and orange juice. My friend and I went to a local cafe.

For dinner, I had scrambled eggs and chopped sausage patties inside tortillas. My son decided he wasn't going to eat and my husband said that cooked eggs do not save well, therefore, he ate extra tortillas and recommended that I should too. I ended up eating a total of 5 tortillas.

I am stuffed to the point of a stomach ache. Almost 3 hours later, I still feel very full.

And just to think before I started dieting 6 months ago, I used to do the extreme over-eating almost on a daily basis! Today was a reminder of what it was like back then.

My foot was hurting more than usual. I had an early morning dr appt for a follow-up on my July scare and I told her about my sprained ankle. She looked at it and told me to give it another week or two. If I do not improve, then to contact her.

I miss my mega miles and I am missing it in the perfect weather! Boooo!

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    I love breakfast foods anytime! emoticon Yummy. Oh Deborah I am emoticon to hear that you are still having problems with your ankle/foot. Do listen to the doctor give it time other wise you will mess it up for good. Hugs to You! emoticon emoticon
    1665 days ago
    Oh... actually, scrambled eggs rolled up in a tortilla don't do too badly quickly reheated in the microwave for a breakfast-on-the-run. Not as awesome as freshly cooked, but better than drive through!

    Sorry to hear your ankle is still troubling you - have they recommended any strretches or exercises to strengthen it going forward?
    1665 days ago
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