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Blew it Yesterday! Continuing Forward Today...

Sunday, August 26, 2018

We ate lunch out yesterday and I ate as carefully as I could considering where we were, but I was still hungry afterwards. I ate a handful, and I do mean a handful, of salted pumpkin seeds (I prefer the unsalted, but they are harder to find.) Then I ate some more.

We had a healthy dinner, but it turned my stomach. Then Bill went out and got a couple of honey buns for us. I felt guilty afterwards.

I am continuing to tweak my diet. It may be that two fast days are too much right now. I was unreasonably irritable yesterday, too, and that's not fair to my partner. It did not help that my stepdad decided he was going to take some stuff to the Salvation Army sort of as punishment because we haven't done things on his time table. I got upset but did not show it. I am not ready for anything that was my Mom's to leave this house! That may have contributed to the overeating...…..

Today is much better despite my lower back pain...

I am praying for Senator John McCain's family and friends today. I honor his memory and appreciate his military and public service. emoticon
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    I am sorry you had such a rough day :-( Is there any particular reason for you to fast at all? Maybe intermittent fasting would be more appropriate if you must do it.
    Its not fair of your partner to sabotage your weight loss efforts.
    Do stand up for your rights. You are working long hours and don't always have the time to sort through things. Also being the sole breadwinner, you know your budget and eating out is usually expensive and unnecessary. You are important too. Take care of yourself..
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    Hugs Today is a new day Thanks for sharing
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