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I had a bad day

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Well so much for planning ahead. Today I woke up kinda late and I had to be to work earlier then normal, so I left the house without eating breakfast! I did however have some carrot sticks to munch on during the day but not many. When I got home about 3:30 in the afternoon, I was starving! I wanted to eat everything. My youngest gets home from school at 4:10, so when she got home, I told the kids to get ready we are going out to dinner. They were like yay, we haven't gone out to dinner in so long because I have been cooking healthy at home. So out of everything to eat, we went to the Local mexican restaurant, my favorite food, and I had 2 chicken enchiladas, and a taco, I didn't have any rice or beans, but I munched on some chips and salsa. Then for dessert, which we NEVER usually have at restaurants, I shared a fried ice cream with the kids. My husband is working nights this week, so he leaves before I get home, and I'm sleeping when he gets home, so I can't talk to him so I thought I would write out my frustrations here, thanks to anyone who read my babbling, lol. I know that tomorrow is another day, and it was only one day, but I have been doing so well this week. I weigh myself on Fridays, and I kinda cheated yesterday morning and got on the scale and there was a 2 lb loss so far, I'm really hoping that my dinner tonight and the starving myself during the day didn't jeopardize any of that, but I guess we will see. Well I am off to go do some laundry. emoticon
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  • DEB2448
    emoticon on the 2 pound loss.
    4581 days ago
    Congrats on your 2lb. loss.Skipping breakfast will make you hungry,but every once in a while it is ok to go out to eat.Hope you enjoyed your meal,you can work out extra tomorrow.
    4582 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/3/2008 8:25:01 PM
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