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Holy cow, or should I say I ate a cow

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Food everywhere is all I can say.
Yesterday we went to my BIL & SIL house. Her parents are in from Michigan, and we had a good time. I had way to much to eat, it started with Fudge I stupidly made and for supper we had Oli*e G*rden Lasagne with Salad and bread sticks and dessert was chocolate and coconut cake. Don't even want to know the calorie amount there.
Then this morning after all the presents I made deer steak with biscuits, fried egg and P*llsbury cinnamon twist thing's. Lunch I had a leftover biscuit with a slice Bologna. Constant snacks included BBQ chips, reese's cups, pizza for dinner and I know I forget a bunch of stuff. I'm terribly sick from eating way to much but I continue to think about more food. I hate it when I do this. I'm so worried that I undo most of what I have accomplished and it scares me.

On a happy note, we had a nice christmas morning and the girls loved it. Anna really enjoys playing her L*apster and Gracie loves her train.
Tomorrow we are going down to the Charlotte area again since Chris' dad is in from Florida and guess what, we are going out to eat again. Ha, I think I'll never win. I keep justifying it by telling myself its just Christmas and after I'm back on the wagon, and I think I will, it's just that I'm worried that I have gained to much weight back again. I don't think I will weigh in this week.

I'm sitting here and have to laugh. My hubby is sitting on the couch playing Anna's L*apster the Princess game. How cute is that, and he is enjoying it too.
Well, I guess it's night time.

Hope everyone has a blessed night.
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    Don't let one or two days get you down. You are not alone today. I myself overate. Just remember that you are leading a healthy life and take it one day at a time. I know that even though I overate, I did not eat as much as I have in years past. No one is perfect, celebrate the fact that you are with family and enjoy them. Tomorrow is a new day. Happy Holidays
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