Truckload Thursday & Freaky Friday

Friday, February 27, 2015

Something is up with me. Yes, my scale frenemy too!!! emoticon emoticon

Truckload Eating!!! Yesterday I just wanted to eat all day! While I foods I ate were all healthy and not junk, the quanty and frequency were high. I was just HANGRY. emoticon

I think it was the caffeine coffee I've been drinking the past few days (1-2 c per day caff, the rest de-caf). I also tried a different sf syrup in my coffee. Oh and I also ate oatmeal for breakfast for the first time since before WLS.

Tried to go back to work, but STILL wanted to eat. Slice of 40 cal toast with pb. Hmmm tummy said 'No More!' while head said 'Eat, Eat, Eat!'

Clearly, my mind is what's hangry. Pondering that angle: Wed I got my 'compensation discussion'. Was better than I expected. In my performance appraisal, my boss used words like 'instrumental'. So what's the deal??? I don't know yet, but I wasn't able to 'make' myself do anything even remotely productive yesterday. Arghhhhh! Just wanted to nap, browse magazines and websites, drink coffee, eat, nap and did I mention nap???

Of course today I woke up way too early thinking about all the stuff that I HAVE to do today. I've got a truckload of personal items to take care of as well as job stuff. I can happily report tho that my laundry and dishes are all caught up. emoticon

Hmmm. just had a fleeting thought about calling in sick.....

Today is all no caff coffee and we'll see how that works. emoticon

Pedometer still registering crazy numbers (124 steps ALL DAY??? REALLY?!) Still working the bugs out on it. emoticon emoticon

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  • SHARON10002
    Seems like your body was trying to tell you something - although mixed messages. Maybe it's wanting to have a chance to recoup and regroup? Have you calibrated your pedometer? Hope things go better for you today.
    1748 days ago
    Great job!
    1748 days ago
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