healthy and happy. one of these days.

03 October 2009

Mealing Beauty


*cup of cottage cheese
*1 nature valley honey n oats packet (two bars in one packet)


*bowl of TastyBite Madras Lentils soup
*about 10 strawberries

At this point in time, I would like to thank The Matriarch for saving me from eating a very rich brownie. She had made some afternoon coffee for us, and brought them down as an accompaniment. I had been thinking about having one, maybe introducing sweets in controlled moderation just as a little treat. So then my dog went straight for them and she says:

“No no, chocolate isn’t for doggies! It’s for big fat girls”

(in my head): “WELL GUESS WHO WON’T BE EATING ONE NOW”. I know it wasn’t directed at me, because she actually took one herself, but…yeesh, does it have to be that kind of crap all of the time?

Then I had a can of V8 while watching college football. Because Saturday = college football.


*cup and a half of steamed broccoli
*rotisserie chicken
*orzo pasta (with thyme and lemon zest)
*salad with tzatziki sauce as dressing

Dinner was again a family dinner. I definitely filled up my plate more with broccoli than anything else!


tena said...

Bravo! Good for you for not having a brownie. Be proud! You know, we have a mission to lose the fat. Treats later, healthy stuff now!

I just found your blog and I just love it.

Kathryn Crawford said...
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Kathryn Crawford said...

I am very much on the same page as you with your whole family that hasn't seen you for a long time seeing you, etc and also the comments the COMMENTS! Arghh. Sometimes it's so nice NOT to hear things like 'big fat girls' even if they are being self-deprecating. It's hard when thin people say things around me too, because if they think that about themselves, how are they silently judging me?? Anyway, good job not reaching for the brownie! :)


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