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The Hangover

Monday, April 18, 2011

Oh for the love of cheese, why oh why do I do this almost every weekend? I stay on track during the week and bam weekend hits and I am like a 19 year old boy at a food frat party!!! My daughter had another dance competition this weekend. In my brain, I was going to snack on apples and veggies. In reality, it was Dorito's and Reeses PB eggs, which btw are my crack. So Saturday was full of bad choices which led to a total food meltdown Sunday. I woke up Sunday morning and wasn't really hungry but had to leave for church so I had a bowl of cereal. After church, we celebrated the birthdays of the congregation. Pastor Dave makes a mean cake from scratch!! And the kids had jellybeans. Yum. We got home from church and had some down time. Wasn't feeling like eating lunch but snacked on some trail mix. Took Josh to his baseball practice and then we went to Madi's game. By the time the game is over i am STARVING!! So out to eat we go. Eat n park. I order a shrimp stir fry and salad bar. Why didn't I just get the salad bar???? After a big plate of salad and a bowl of soup, I was full. Then my meal came and i had to eat it. Then I had some of Jaden's fries. And his Smiley cookie. And the pie (OREO PIE) that hub's bought. Then I was sick. And I was still sick this morning. Damn food hangover. The End

oh and there is still half a pie in the fridge taunting me!!!!
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    mmmmmm Pie!! Weekends are my dark and twisty time so i can totally relate. I just try to do extra good during the week to compensate a bit for my loss of mental capacities on the weekend. nothing worse than a food hangover and guilty conscience come Monday morning. :(
    3760 days ago
    Love the food...hate the hangover. I agree - throw the pie away! I think it was in your last blog - the cookies will still be there. For me it's pasta - I'll have to eat the whole bowl since, you know, you never know when you'll have it again? Seriously, I'm a grown up , buy my own food - I can have it tomorrow! Throw away the pie - there will always be more somewhere!
    3760 days ago
    Throw the pie away!!! I know it's wasteful, and someone else in your house probably really wants it, but THROW IT AWAY! (And don't go digging in the garbage for it once it's in there...as tempting as I know all too well it is.) My hubby brings things like that home from time to time, and then nobody eats them but me. The only way for me to avoid it is to get rid of it. I decided Sunday it would be fun to make Easter Bunny sugar cookies and decorate them with my kids. It was also fun to eat them, so last night I sent the kids out with baggies of cookies for the neighbors.
    3760 days ago
    I Have a hard time with the weekend too. The funny part is, I do GREAT all day long. Like super great....then night fall hits and something inside me clicks that says "EAT! EAT! EAT! DRINK DRINK DRINK!"

    So I end up with a HUGE plate of dinner and 3 or 4 beers or glasses of wine. Ugh. The alcohol alone blows it for me...let alone whatever it was I decided to eat...
    3760 days ago
    We've all been there. It is hard to stay strong all the time!
    3760 days ago
    I'm sorry, I was going to say something comforting and witty, but my brain is clogged with thoughts of recee eggs and oreo pie. Can you have a mental orgasm?
    3760 days ago
    I feel your pain. I am currently stuffing my face with pretzels. I can't remember the last time I mindlessly ate snacks like this. Staying strong is so hard some times, but try to remember the physical sensation of ickyness next time, and maybe you won't go quite so far! Hang in there...
    Who is now going to go put the pretzels back. Guess you didn't know you were providing an intervention!

    3761 days ago
    Guhh. I know the feeling.
    3761 days ago
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