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    Good to be back how's it going with you?

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    Yay, welcome back!

    Dogs are awesome. We're slowly working our way towards them (have 4 chickens, a bunny and a cat. the dog is next....)

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    Lunch is leftover chicken breast with avocados and salsa. This would be so yummy with tortilla chips...

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    We've recently wavered on being hardliners about nachos (they are SO GOOD), with the discovery of a corn chip with these ingredients: Corn chips, vegetable oil. I know it's still 'vegetable oil' but it's no 20 ingredient frankenfood.
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    Hey magicmerl! I've waited a while fire the pup, and it was worth the wait. She and the cat don't really get along, but our cantankerous old kitty wouldn't like any dog.

    I think scoops have that ingredient list and are my favorite corn chip. I'm just buying organic white corn chips for my family, the ingredient list is pretty clean but it's not really low carb. Great for bulking up my kids (especially with guacamole), not so great for helping me lose.

    Dinner today is a high-temp roasted, coffee rubbed, cross-rib roast with spaghetti squash and peas. Other than a glass of champagne, a piece of dark chocolate, and some vitamin d gummies, my first day has been really good. Hopefully I don't blow it before bed.


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    Breakfast: slices of roast beef topped with sauteed zucchini and spaghetti squash.
    Lunch: more of the same. Sauteed onions and spaghetti squash wrapped in slices of roast beef.

    I also ate a square of dark chocolate, a handful of blueberries, (and very lame), a handful of potato chips and a bite of my kid's waffle. Oh, and a lot of pickles. Tuesday's I usually go out for dinner with my hunny but I'm not sure what we'll do. I usually get the gluten free burger with fries, and their only low carb option is a not--great coleslaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    Thank you! How have you been?

    Kids had waffles for breakfast. I didn't eat any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    Good to be back how's it going with you?

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    Things are going okay. Bit stressed, but it's winter, so that happens
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    Currently trying to figure out WTF to eat (for IBS-C).

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    Yay Pebbles!

    I have a little bit of the same with winter. Not bad, but as February and March wear on, I start to feel a little hopeless. Around late April I realize it was just seasonal...gets me every year.

    Funny thing: my kids had a bag of homework dropped off yesterday from their sick days at school. My daughter (first grade) ended up doing my son's math homework (fourth grade). She struggled a bit, but now I guess my daughter understands fractions (1/3 of 60 =?)



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    Hey all!! (Or anyone who might actually stop by) Things are still going well here. I HAVE A GYM MEMBERSHIP and I have no idea what to do with it! I'm probably going in for some stair climbing cardio today, simply because going is half the battle and I haven't figured out what to do. There's a TRX class which I might take because, again, don't know what I'm doing.

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    And just for good measure, here's a pic of my newish kitty cat

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    Hi there, welcome back.

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