Okay, so today's rainbow is pretty good. But also, some of the food i[a> am eating isn't...
Breakfast- Green, Orange and Yellow. I had a smoothie with Mango, Banana, Kiwi, Pineapple BUT, i[a> also had a chicken burrito.
Lunch- Green, Purple, Blue and Red I had a salad with Roman Lettuce, Raspberries[a> , Blue Berries, Black Berries, Strawberries with a Berry Vinegar[a> Dressing[a> . BUT I also had a Lobster Bisque[a> and a slice of French[a> bread.
I have not had dinner yet. And on top of all of that, i[a> have had 2 small bags of chips. Oh, and a red bull.....
I think i[a> might be trying to comfort myself with food, and i[a> really need to stop. I have gain 4 pound back of the 5 i[a> lost from the challenge. It is a bit upsetting.
But, i[a> will get through this, i[a> always do
Mardee CW 191 - SW 200 - GW 125
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