Bad Brat!!!!

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Second blog today:

Okay two things NOT to do before dinner

1. Go to BB to have soething replaced on tax free day
2. Give in to your kid's desire for a quick drive thru meal for him on the way home

Got a call from BB and they have agreed to replace my comp. Was going to wait but didnt want them to change their minds in the meatime. Jumped in the car at dinner time sans dinner. Little did I know that today was the tax free back to school holiday. All computers and back to school clothes can be purchased free of tax. Not smart. After spending an hour and a half at BB trying to find a comparable computer. My kids was starving. Well past dinner. there is a Krystal resaurant next door so we drive through. Krystals has got to be theslowest drive thrugh restaurant on the face of the planet. So with stomach grumbling we sit for 15 mins before getting to the speaker smelling the tantalizing smell of greasy fries.

Couldn't help it, ordered the #1 meal and whats a Krystal without Cheese? Okay after making a pig of myself I come and enter it into my tracker... YIKES 1000 calories for that meal lone. Thank goodness I hand't eaten my nighttime snack.... Oh well looks like half a serving of granola tonight before bed.

The only good news is that I didn't max out my cals for the day.
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  • MARGO1966
    Hey, girl!
    Yes, you gave in to temptation - but you went right home and logged it, and you adjusted the rest of your calories for the day to compensate. You turned it around, just that fast. And you can be proud of yourself for that!

    Where you been this week? Hope everything is okay. Oh... might be computer issues, since you mentioned having to replace yours. Hope to see you around here soon.

    4997 days ago
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