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Off day

Sunday, September 25, 2011

So I ended up doing a lot of my off day. I pulled up my tomato plants that died while I was on vacation, and mixed compost in with the soil, then topped it off with a layer of newspaper to prevent weed growth till I get around to putting some lettuce out there. I'm a horrible seed starter, but I'll figure it out eventually. Thinking about sowing it straight in the ground sometime. IDK if we have any heat waves coming soon or not. Oh well. That's for another forum.

I walked the dogs a few times around the block. Only barely half a mile. Just to get them out and about.

Went to visit my Grandmother in the nursing home. She seemed OK. Just that she's losing weight because her blood sugar's been managed much better there than she did at home. Told her about my losing 16 lbs since she last saw me. She told me she was proud of me, and to keep it up. Gave me a magazine with a "Fat-Burning Soup" recipe. Meh. It just looks like a taco soup recipe. I'm going to give it a try because it sounds yummy, not that it's "Fat-Burning"

I'm cooking chicken and turkey sausage jambalaya and excited to see how it comes out. Never made jambalaya without the fatty fatty sausage before. It smells great and has a good color to it. I'm hopeful.

Weigh-in is Tuesday and I feel great about it. Hopefully I'll get to 240 to meet the goal of getting to that weight by the end of September. I feel confident and already notice my clothes fitting better. I feel less sausage like.
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  • TBEAR516
    Sounds like you were very productive! I hope you reach that goal come Tuesday! You're doing great!Keep up the good work!
    3591 days ago
    Good luck! You are doing great!
    3591 days ago
  • no profile photo CD10985636
    It's so hard to sit still on off days for me! I hope your weigh-in goes great!
    3591 days ago
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