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Everyone in the world has been sick! Ahhh!

Saturday, March 09, 2013

My daughter has been sick, my boyfriend, my dad, I've been living off of junk food. One night since my last entry I was in the emergency room with my dad and I LITERALLY HAD COOKIES FOR DINNER.

I have a kitchen stocked full of fruits and vegetables now though: oranges, pluots, bananas, zucchini, squash, cauliflower, and SANTA CLAUS MELONS!

I think I should start talking more about what I eat, because it'll keep me more focused on food if I'm posting it here too. Idea from my good friend Sheenuh. :)

Yesterday, I had a bowl of special K chocolatey delight for breakfast (THEY LIE! It needed like, twice as many strawberries and chocolate!) and had an orange for a snack. A turkey sandwich for lunch (ew! I regretted it immensely but I'm too broke to waste food so I ate it) and had some corn on the cob, cole slaw, and a buffalo chicken hoagie for dinner. Came in around 1300 calories before I drank the last half of the day before's Mello Yellow, so I'm around 1400 calories.

Today: Special K for breakfast with fat free milk, again. A bowl of melon and a pluot for snacks, a slimfast for lunch (I have a LOT to do!) and on the menu tonight is lemon butter shrimp, wild rice, and roasted veggies.

After too long of falling off the bandwagon, I'm up two pounds... but, I'm also bloated, so I'm pretty sure at the end of the day I really just weigh about the same. Ah well. :)
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    You are right, it seems like everyone has been sick. Hope everyone is doing better now. Get back on track.Stress was getting the best of you and you munched,but bounce back and pull through this. You are on the right path, so eat healthy to build up immune system. Keep fighting back. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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