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This day started out good...

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Today all in all was a pretty good day! It wasn't very humid, it was really warm, there weren't very many bugs! It was a good day!
I have noticed lately that I seem to have this horrible relationship with food though and it is horribly exaggerated during holiday's. I just see all this food and I think okay for one day I am just going to eat whatever I want and not care about how many calories I put in my body or fat or sugar, etc, etc. So, I eat and eat and eat and eat some more until my stomach is sooooo tight and I feel so sick! Oh but that was before desert! Dessert is sooooo good and sugary and creamy and gives me this feeling of calmness afterward. Until later. Later I get all revved up for some reason, maybe coming down from the sugar high? Maybe my blood sugar is plummeting and that is usually when I feel like eating more sugar? Then it starts all over again. I crave sugar! It satisfies this craving of calmness (the sugar high.) I do have other things that satisfy that craving of calmness but do I do them? NO! I want the fast, easy, quick fix of sugar! AHHH!
I already drink over 100 ounces of water a day! I stretch before I go to bed! I usually watch what I put in my body! I am going to have to figure out something to get me through these horrible holiday "feasts" that keep popping up! I'm praying about it and hoping that God will maybe excuse me from holiday "feasts" or help me with portion control! Thank you God!

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~Liz


P.S. Not to make anyone grossed out but I smell a skunk! I love the smell of skunks! emoticon
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  • no profile photo CD1951302
    I suspect the answer is portion control.

    Skunk? I suspect your nose nerves are unusual! emoticon
    3898 days ago
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