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Saturday, October 20, 2007

One of my goals is to exercise during times of stress, and again I didn't do it. So I'll keep trying and keep it as a goal.

I also had some sort of flu for about 5-7 days ending this past week, and while I was able to function all except for one afternoon, my appetite went haywire and water was unusually satisfying. So, even though I havent' been drinking much coffee or water, I still had been increasing the amount.
so during this bout of flu, without the coke, diet coke and coffee, I decided to cut it out anyway. And wheat products, and other stuff, I lost my appetite for it. So this past week, when I began feeling better, I cut back on some of the bad stuff. In other words, I used this bout of flu to get back in gear with some of my sloppy eating habits. And for the first time I wondered about the amount that I'm eating, and the amount that a 140 lb person eats.

laughingly, I'm going to share that while I just told you how I had given up drinking the caffine, I also spent the day with out of town family members and it was so great to see them. And one of them made expresso, and it was really good~~I'm not an exresso or latte person, I'm a regular buy coffee at the local deli, and I'm happy with the American deli coffee that is fresh. Only this today's expresso, I am so not sleepy. I'm not worried about making this expresso a real habit, I can't live with this much caffine as a regular thing.

But I was today also so hungry for the companionship of my family members, that I didn't want this day to end, and I didn't want to come back home. But they were sleepy, and they are busy. And I came in. I was glad for the time that we had together.



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