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Old 10-15-2001, 09:32 AM   #1
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Default Journal - Monday, October 15, 2001

Decaf coffee 0/0
LF muffin 2/2
FF yogurt w/cereal mixed in 3/5

Change of plans - went out w/co-workers for a belated birthday lunch... Chili's guiltless grill chicken platter 11/16
Diet coke 0/16

1 cup skim milk 2/18
Potato 3/21
Small piece of steak 4/25
Steamed veggies 0/25

Candy corn 4/30
Lemon sherbet 4/35

88 oz

Treadmill for 3.2 miles~45 minutes~7% incline~4.1 MPH
191.8/142/142-145 personal goal

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Old 10-15-2001, 01:19 PM   #2
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happy new week!

usual 6
fruit salad 2

boca burger sand (I guess that's the usual too) 2
carrot stix
apple 1
1 hard candy/1 kiss 1

pasta 3
meatballs 4
spaghetti sauce 1
salad w/lt dsg .5
ital brd/butter 2.5

choc milk 2.5

total: 25.5

exercise: whopper cardio class (gasp) -2

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Old 10-15-2001, 01:47 PM   #3
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Yikes, still need to fill in my sat and sund

over the top.

crocantini 3/3
peanut butter 3/6
snack: just 2! pts 2/8
salad w/lf dressing 1/9
1/2 luna bar 2/11
who knows what else
mozz stick 1/12
bites of dp's chocolate 2/14
cabbage, mushroom and bacon surprise 4/18
artichoke (getting in a rut)
someone give me inspiration
exercise:dog putter, gym, dog putter, lifting
canning jars

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Old 10-15-2001, 02:31 PM   #4
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Well, since I'm the poster child this past weekend for indulgent eating... I'm probably not the one to give you "inspiration"Lala ... but I'm back on track today. The weekend is OVER (thank g-d) and as LM said this is a "happy new week".

Just concentrate on today... and forgetaboutit for what's past.

Morning (2)
apple - 1, cof - 1 really over did it in the carbs this past weekend - so trying to cut down a bit)

Midday (6)
wanton soup - 6

Evening (14)
pork chop/veal - 8 , spinach - 1, rice - 3, skinny cow - 2

Total: 22 pts.

need to drinks lots of water to make up for race dehydration.
no exercise today, except stretching.

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Old 10-15-2001, 07:48 PM   #5
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okay, lala, I'll bite...what's a crocatini and a schusielle and a squeaker?

can't say I don't read those journals!
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Old 10-15-2001, 07:56 PM   #6
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ww smoothie with soy milk 3
strawberries 1

boca burger 1
light english muffin 1
veggie slices soy cheese 1
breakfast cookie 3
ww bar 2

rigatoni stuffed with spinach and cheese 8
salad 0

Total: 20

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Old 10-15-2001, 08:38 PM   #7
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okay Laurel:

introducing lala's culturally diverse food dictionary

crocantini: basically flat bread, crackers flavored with rosemary
made by a local artisanal bakery in the seattle area. The rosemary
is an interesting combo w/peanut butter. Good for what ails you
and a bargain at one serving (who can eat just one) at
120 cals or 2.5 pts.

schiuschelle (I can never spell it correctly): is a type of spice cookie that is made by the same bakery, la panzanella. It is a special family recipe and the owner, ciro,won't give it out. It is as far as I can tell, basically, a cookie version of lala's favorite pain d'epices=spice bread. It has slivered almond, strong flour, ginger, nutmeg, sugar, eggs and candied orange. No butter. It is delightful and low in pts.

squeakers: gosh, they don't make cheese in New Joisey. Squeakers are cheese curds. DP was on the oregon coast this weekend and brought home some. They are evil, because they
are cheese, they appear not to be greasy, they squeak when you eat them and you can pop them in your mouth like popcorn. I was so happy to give a package to my dear friend who hails from
wisconsin and loves a good squeaker when she sees one.

she is of course, 5'5" and weighs about 105lbs dripping wet .

so, i hope i cleared some of the mysteries up.

sigh. now to go home to my 4 remaining points for the day.

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uhoh, now I want "a" crocatini w/ squeakers on the side. (I could pass on the shcusiclellel)
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