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Where did the time go?

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Wow! just looked at my last blog date and did not realize so much time has passed since my last blog. Where does the time go? Here it is almost a month later.

Things were not going well for me. After I was sick, I did not pay attention to what I was eating. I think most of it was due to frustration. When I was down, my hubby did nothing for me, not even bring me a cup of tea. Then as I got to feeling better and was moving about, then he gets hit with the bug and expected me to wait on him for every little thing. WAJ!!!!

I found myself eating junk food and more junk food. However, I will admit those two bags of chocolate covered grapes from Costco were absolutely delicious. I had a moment of gloating when hubby said he wanted some and started for my hiding place. HA! HA! i ate them all.

i even went back to eating fast food! What gives with that? i do not even like fast food. Today was day 1 of an attempt to get back on track.

Breakfast:
coffee
spinach, oatmeal, triple berries, pineapple, flaxseed

Lunch:
spinach
Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd's Pie (recipe on fatfreevegan.com)

Snack:
tea
Belvita cookie packs x 2
Banana
Potato Chips

Dinner:
Salad--romaine, spinach, tomato, onion, red bell pepper
jasmine rice and beans

1/4 cup chocolate covered grapes

have some tweaking to do. but moving in the right direction
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  • SWILSON2347
    You know what you are doing. You admit your mistakes. You want to go forward. You have the tools! You can do it! emoticon
    1099 days ago
  • TRESSWANN
    choc covered grapes work for me. Men are totally like that. Got sick when I first met DH. "i'll make you tea. Uh, how do I boil water?"
    1103 days ago
  • XNANNY
    Looking like you are headed in the right direction!
    1103 days ago
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