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Week 4 no loss :(

Thursday, June 18, 2020

The more we do it, the more it becomes a habit.

I want to thank Crazydog for all the nice comments on my page. It really picks me up when I am down. I am starting to write them on my journal pages.

This week I went off the boat on Saturday and Sunday. I was crazy I had pizza and ice cream. I did walk but I guess the extra calories really effect me more, especially the sugar..
I do not know why on Saturday I just could not get enough. I started the day out with pancakes. I think that was the problem. I had just 2T of honey, but it started the sugar craving and the rest was down hill. But on Monday I got back on track and no looking back.

It has been really hot and humid here. So now after walking I have been drinking Pedialyte just one cup with a glass of water. I am giving it to my dog tooo. He gets the no flavored one. Just 1/3 cup. Especially the days we walk 4.8 miles.
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  • MNNSAIDE
    Hang in there - that was just two days and you got right back up. I can't believe you are up to 4.8 miles!!!
    You rock!!!! Keep an eye on your pup with this terrible heat and humidity and of course you too!!!! emoticon
    212 days ago
  • JAMER123
    We just had a storm go through here and maybe more rain to come so it's clear a lot of humidity and dropped the temp some. Never thought of giving an electrolyte solution to the dog but it sure makes sense. The temp and humidity is bad here but much different a bad there. This week is the week you will do great and let it happen.
    212 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Awwwww, sweetie, you're welcome!

    Dang, sadly can't outrun the fork. **SIGH** BUT . . . good for you getting right back in the saddle!

    Hot and humid here, too.

    Hmmmm . . . never thought of using pedialyte, but that's a good idea!
    212 days ago
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