You crazy posters. Before C2 becomes 8 pages long it's time to stop the insanity and start fresh. It appears there is going to be a C3 of sorts, with all you wild and crazy kids posting your daily menus. Here's a place for that, Laura, Kim, Judy and Debbie so far, because I get lost when there are too many pages in a post. I'd let Kim organize this but I'm not sure she'll be vertical for another week or so. You go girl! Celebrate your success!
Yesterday - complete and utter disaster. I'm going to forget it happened.
Isn't this a good challenge?
Today - I swear I'll do better even if it is Father's Day and the kids are coming and we are sure to eat as we celebrate The Dad! I am really going to try to only have an apple after dinner. That's my hardest time and when I always screw up.
Hi Kathy I started a new one and I called it food and exercise Sunday so tomorrow it will be food and exercise Monday and so on . today will be difficult for us all My daughter and her hubby will be taking us out to eat at a new restaurant so I am unsure of what I will be ordering I plan to eat a nice fresh salad before we go ... Hugs Judy:)
SW 247 CW 150ish maintaining
Remember the Gold is not in the prize it's in the Journey life may not be the Party we expected but while we are here we may as well dance
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