SP Premium
AJWPAPA

SparkPoints
 

Too much food,

Sunday, November 23, 2008

and it's not even Thanksgiving yet.
My hubby and I celebrated his B-day yesterday. Got a good friend to baby sit (thanks Jennifer) and then went to Backyard Burger, had a cheeseburger and fries, and then to Cold stone creamery for a strawberry blond. Well, I ordered the like it size, but they gave me the love it size. I think they must have known I'm trying to loose weight. Any way, I didn't eat it all, but I still ate TOO much.
Well, today I made Marble cake, a German recipe and already ate way to much. I know, just pick yourself up and keep going. Well, I'm afraid that I'll fall back into my old tracks and start eating because I want to have it. I so hope not. I know I'm stronger then this and I just need to get rid of the leftover cake. I think my neighbors might be the lucky ones. LOL
Anna is still causing trouble at school and had to pull two tickets this past friday. I hope it will just go a way. I know it's because of this boy Adam. He is a trouble maker. Not that she is innocent, but because he does bad stuff, she thinks it's ok for her to do the same.
I asked her last night in the car what she liked about Adam and her response was "Mama I love his hair" I about lost it. For goodness sake, she is only 5, why does she care about this boys hair???

Well, I did good in my last weigh in 173.5 pretty good I might say, now I just need to keep it up. I might just not weigh next Saturday because of the fear of disappointment between this weekend and next Thursday.

Ok, that's it for the night.
Sleep well and God bless
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • TERRIEJO53
    Hummm ... it's that time of year; as if Thanksgiving and Christmas aren't enough to deal with you have the third whammy of your husband's birthday! Get back on track as soon as you can because it's amazing how quickly the progress you've made will get undone ... especially at this time of year when we are faced with one food fest after another.

    I remember when my son was five, and I was commenting to a friend who had teenager daughters that my son was driving me crazy. She laughed and said I didn't know what trouble was. Now her teenagers are young adults, married with children of their own ... and my son is a teenager. He was darn near perfect till he turned 18 ... now I know what trouble is. Nothing terrible ... he's just trying to assert his adulthood. The problem is he is a high school senior, still living under our roof, but not wanting to live by our rules. Believe me, it was easier when he was five ... I'm sure you'll find the same is true when Anna is a teenager.

    emoticon with all the challenges food and motherhood throw your way. emoticon
    4520 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.