Well it was hard shopping for the birthday party and buying all this for tomorrow. But I also got slices of green apples, sugar free tea, diet soda, and gonna make a vegetable tray. Oh and sugar free sherburt, it was rough at the store. I thought my goodness how will I make it tomorrow, but I will keep you guys in mind while I am there and realize I am not alone in this health life style change.
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You guys will be so proud. I went too 2 BD-parties today. I took my sugar free life savers in my coat pocket. I drank a diet zero, shipped breakfast, but ate a cheese burger lean the ole man grilled, some sugar fee sherburt, and a few chips. I got in around 600 calories probably today so far. It has been hard. I have a fall harvest cookout this evening a church. 3 dinners in one day is almost more than a girl can handle, wish me luck this afternoon. Thanks Steph
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