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    I forgot about the chips

    Yesterday:

    Up at 8:30
    Weight: 205.0

    12:00 pork chop with
    red pepper sauce
    2C broccoli with
    butter

    7:00 corn chips with
    ranchera salsa
    beef fajita meat
    sour cream, cheese, guacamole
    3 sqs white chocolate

    Walking: 20"
    Biking: 60"
    Water: 9 glasses
    Bed at 8:30

    Well, in my little plan I had not even THOUGHT about the presence of corn chips. There they were, right in front of me, and I ate MANY of them. My weight this morning reflected it, too. Oh, well. Back on the horse.

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    That's a sneaky horse

    No excuses, but the REASONS are:
    Preparing for the potluck, funeral, potluck, perhaps a 'carb hangover' from the chips. In any case, yesterday was not good:

    Up at 5:30
    Weight: 207.5

    12:00 mushroom and sausage quiche
    2 sqs white chocolate
    2 southwestern eggrolls with
    cilantro sauce

    1:30 zucchini bread with butter

    4:30 another southwestern eggroll with sauce
    small butterfinger bar leftover from Halloween
    a honeycrisp apple

    7:00 @ plates of ham, cheesy scalloped potatoes, greens gratin, green bean casserole
    one more eggroll
    a glass of cranberry juice and champagne

    Biking: 40"
    Water: 7 glasses

    Bed at 9:00

    What can I say? I am going to do better today.

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    What does Sabine sing to in her car?

    A few days ago I was in the car with Littlest, and when a song came on the radio, she said, 'What's this?!?' and changed the station. All I heard was 'Discovery Channel'.

    Well, this morning I heard the whole thing. The operative line in the chorus was, 'You and me, baby, ain't nothin' but mammals, so let's do it like they do it on Discovery Channel'.

    That's the mildest line in there.

    I have to say, I really liked it. It made me laugh out loud, and it has a good beat.

    I will NOT be singing it in front of my children, however.

    Frying up an enormous beef patty to eat with an avocado for my lunch. On track so far.

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    That song is called "The Bad Touch" and it's by the Bloodhound Gang. You should watch the video... hilarious adult humor.
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    Here's to being on track!

    I thought white chocolate was "evil". Am I missing something or are you deliberately cheating?

    I'm all out of chocolate. And almond butter. Judg Fudg made with just coconut oil just isn't as good, so I definitely have been good in that department lately, more than necessary, most likely.
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    Judg I finally watched "sugar, the bitter truth". I think it was you who recommended it.

    I always thought that gluten was the real bad guy, but for me, I think it is both. I am addicted to the fuctose in bread products, but i am just as apt to binge on candy and ice cream. Scary.

    How the heck do I save my kids from this stuff? (rhetorical question)
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    Yeah, it rather shook me too. And makes it so much easier to pass up on sweets. I try to have just tiny amounts when I do cheat, and well-buffered by other foods. This has virtually nothing to do with losing weight, and everything to do with avoiding diabetes, at least for me. When I started needing to carry granola bars in my purse to rescue me from sugar crashes, I knew I had a problem. And I was not even a junk food junkie - no pop, few cookies or baked goods, little candy... But fruit juices, muffins (home-made, whole grain, but still...), dried fruit in some abundance. I still have dried fruit on hand, although I'm much better with it now. I think it might be a good idea to move it to the basement though, to get it out of range of sudden impulse snacking.
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    One last toss from the horse?

    Yesterday was better, but I still had a slip. This is getting old. NO more corn chips!!! No, I can't blame those corn chips anymore. I was making treats for Honey's work, and the kids (Eldest would like to decorate cookies with Girlfriend while she's here) and though I ate NO TREATS, I fell face first into a sandwich! What's up with that? I didn't even enjoy it.

    I think part of it is that Honey came home from work and made himself one of his World Famous Egg Sandwiches. He has this habit of coming home, grazing like mad, and then eating the dinner I prepare. Usually, I understand- that's just his eating pattern. He doesn't eat breakfast, and has just a protein shake for lunch. Almost like the Warrior Diet. But sometimes it gets on my nerves, that he just can't wait for me to give him the healthy dinner I am making.

    So, yesterday I was in the middle of baking cookies when he got home and went into sandwich preparation. It irked me. Middlest, Eldest, and Girlfriend were going to be gone for dinner, Littlest as usual, was showing little interest in food, and here he was, making himself what amounts to a full dinner before I can even think about getting the 'real' dinner on the table. I decided well, humph, let that BE his dinner, then, and didn't make anything else.

    But then later fixed myself a sandwich out of what? Pique? Revenge at him? Revenge at me? Who knows!

    At least the earlier part of the day was good. And I will try again.

    Here are the details:

    Up at 6:00
    Weight:207.5

    8:30 quiche
    1 wedge grapefruit

    12:30 large beef patty with
    chipotle cheddar sauce
    1/2 avocado
    glazed walnuts (12gC)

    3:00 1 bratwurst
    2C greens gratin

    8:00 sandwich with
    ham, cheddar, pickle

    10:30 banana

    Water:8 glasses
    Walking:30"

    Bed at 11:00

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    OMG. I can't tell you how many times I have eaten to get revenge on or show anger at my husband. It is so useless. Yelling is better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    OMG. I can't tell you how many times I have eaten to get revenge on or show anger my husband. It is so useless. Yelling is better.
    I think we women all do this. Sadly, I bet most times they don't even notice or if they do notice, don't realize it's a pointless attempt to seek revenge on them - b/c really? how does it hurt them or get them back? It doesn't. It hurts us... but, I do it too. I think all women do.
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