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Old 06-10-2007, 09:35 AM   #61  
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I just lost a post so here I go again!!!!!

B. cin. toast, fruit, 3 slices of turkey bacon
L. Cottage cheese/walnuts, fruit
S. apple and 4 mini rice cakes
D. grilled chicken breast, 1/4 baked potato, steamed brocolli
S. low fat pudding/sugar free cool whip

Fun. going to arcade
Ex. none today, day off

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Old 06-10-2007, 11:30 AM   #62  
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For today, JUNE 10TH.

Breakfast: Organic cereal, eggbeaters w/ 2/% cheddar

Snack: toast and carrots

Lunch: veggie burger and a large salad

Dinner: bbq chicken, yam and broc
Snack: yogurt with strawberries

Exercise: Elliptical and ab lounge

For Fun today: go visit family in from out of state.
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Old 06-10-2007, 03:53 PM   #63  
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Okay. Just got back from my second one-hour bike ride of the day!!!! Just call me Ms. Armstrong...

Here goes:

B- <yawn> Fiber One cereal (what ELSE?) five sliced strawberries, One sliced banana, 1/4 cup skim milk

S - No

L - 2 thin slices deli ham & 2 thin slices deli turkey, 1 slice soy-pretend
American cheese & mustard all wrapped up in a piece of low-cal., high fiber
flatbread; a handful of seedless red grapes & 2 cups of Smart Pop popcorn
(I was a bit hungry)
S - nuh-uh
D/S - Baked chicken breast, small baked potato, steamed brocolli
FF/Lo-cal. carmel pudding, FF/Lo-cal whipped cream w/Fiber One sprinkles

S - Oh, either more popcorn if I HAVE to have something, or possibly a peanut
butter Fiber One bar

Fun - My bike rides; listening to "This American Life" episodes on NPR with DH
while he paints in his studio; enjoying the beautiful day outside

Exercise - my bike rides & painting the walls in the bathroom
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Old 06-10-2007, 06:05 PM   #64  
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Too late to plan for today -

Here's for tomorrow -

Fun - jigsaw puzzle
Exercise - Walk after dinner
Food -
Breakfast - egg, ham, ww lo-carb brd
Lunch - lo-carb yogurt + peanut butter (going to the dentist tomorrow morning)
Dinner - crab salad
Snack - lo-carb yogurt + peanut butter

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Old 06-10-2007, 09:41 PM   #65  
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Ella,
just wanted to let you know something.
some of the fiber one bars has an ingredient called shellac.
If you do a search on the ingredient...shellac. You might not want to eat it anymore.
Its made from a bug.

here is the infor.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shellac

I was eating them till I saw this. Yuk!
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:09 AM   #66  
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Omigawwwdd, Theresa!!!! You're right!!!!! Bug wings! How utterly disgusting! What's worse is that it also says it's used to replace the natural wax in apples after they lose their shine from being cleaned!!!! So, those nice, shiny apples I've been buying in the produce section are dipped in BUG JUICE, too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No more Fiber One bars for me, either!!! Or apples???? Maybe it washes off of apples????

Gotta wash my hair...


Will post my other stuff later..

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Old 06-11-2007, 07:47 AM   #67  
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Good Morning June Challengers!
Day 11 (June 11th, DH’s Birthday)
Exercise: worked sale, 3rd day All done, Praise the Lord!
Fun: Made lots of money, about $900.00+
Water: ?????????
Breakfast:
Vitamins/Fish Oils
Fiber One, dry
Morning Snack: None
Lunch: Arby’s Roast beef on a b un


Afternoon Snack: Danish kringle

Supper:
Ate at Applebee’s, had a gin and tonic to celebrate the end of sale. We ordered a plate of the new onion rings with parmesan cheese. The plate cost $4.99 and when it came there were only 10 onion rings on it. That’s .50 cents per onion ring. I *****ed to the management about the wimp-y little plate and each onion ring was 50 cents. He said, “You counted them?” I said yes, so he sent over another plate for free. By this time we were full but we stuffed everyone of them down.!!!!!!!!!!!!Geeeeeeeeeeeeez
Evening Snack: Kettle corn
Tomorrow I’ll have to get on the scale and see what damage I did all 3 days in town at our rummage sale.
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For today, june 11th.

Breakfast: organic cereal, eggbeaters w/2% cheddar w/ toast
Snack: carrots

Lunch: ham and cheese sandwich w/ large salad

Dinner: Boca burger w/ yam and broc.

Snack: yogert w/ banana and strawberries

Exersise: curves, elliptical and ab lounge
water: at least 10

For Fun today: visit w/ sister inlaw and niece before they
go home.
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Old 06-11-2007, 10:35 AM   #69  
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Monday

B. toast,raspberries & peaches
S. lite cheese stick
L. sliced turkey,no bread, raw veggies,tomato
S. carrots & Celery/lite laughing cow wedge
D. Grilled Salmon, broc., small sliver of baked potatoe

Fun: Reading
Ex: 1.5 mile walk

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Old 06-11-2007, 11:34 AM   #70  
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Bobbi, you are a woman after my own heart! Not only do I LOVE onion rings (maybe I'll actually eat some as a rare treat once I hit maintenance) but I really don't like being shortchanged at restaurants. Whether it's an inadequate serving, cooked improperly, or a criminally inattentive waiter/waitress, I tend to expect value for my money, and if I don't get it, I let them know about it. My ex used to HATE it when I complained about anything. He would quite literally shrink down in his chair and try to look invisable. (Yet this was the same person who, at home and out of the public eye, could yell and carry on like a maniac!) ANYWAY, I'm glad you asked for - and got - a full serving of your onion rings. Seems to me you DESERVE them, considering how you eat the rest of the time!

Okay - for today:

B - Fiber One cereal, dry. One medium banana, one pear, half an orange.

S- No

L- A leftover chicken breast, re-heated brocolli, a piece of low cal, high fiber multi-grain flatbread. Strawberries.

S- No

D- Wheat pasta w/ Healthy Choice sauce (added chopped onions, tomatoes, sliced black olives, and 93% lean hamburger. Possibly a tossed salad.

S- Popcorn? (NO FIBER ONE BARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

I added up everything I ate yesterday and also added up all of my activity, and it came out 1236 calories eaten and 2450 calories spent. This is how I have been typically eating. I should be losing a COUPLE of pounds a week - not ONE pound!!! Who do I lodge my complaint with?

Exercise today - 45 minute bike ride when I get home, I hope! The weather is a little "iffy" hereabouts.

Fun????? Hmmmm. I'll have to get back to you with that one.
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Ella, DH does the same thing, that is shrink when I complain. But I do it in a nice way and we're both big tippers when eating out. I know how hard the waiter/waitresses work and they usually get minimun wage. I've noticed over the years that I get bolder too, especially with a gin and tonic in me.
Yesterday's menu was sort of hit and miss, we're sorting out the rummage sale stuff. I have lots of beautiful Silverplate/Sterling holloware that didn't sell. (Too classic for rummage sale people I guess)I'm going to get my camera out today, take pictures and post it all on E-Bay. So I'll be busy. Here's yesterdays menu:

Good Morning June Challengers!

Day 12

Exercise: Lots of clean up from the sale

Fun: Put $900.00+ in our check book from sale

Water: ?????????

Breakfast:
Vitamins/Fish Oils
Fiber One, dry

Morning Snack: None

Lunch: Flat Out with Cheese and hot peppers


Afternoon Snack: None


Supper:
DH made a huge salad with greens from our garden with almonds, it was sooooooooooooooooo good, plus pork chops.

Evening Snack: Kettle corn
I was up 3 pounds today, but it’s from eating fast food junk and eating on the run for the last 3 days. I’m going to get back to normal eating soon. Right now we don’t have any normal food in the house.
I know what the 3 pound gain is from, those darn onion rings I b****ed about. It's called the revenge of Applebee's.
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Old 06-12-2007, 09:21 AM   #72  
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For tomorrow -

Fun - NYC Ballet
Exercise - Walk in NYC
Food -
Breakfast - egg, ham, ww lo-carb brd
Lunch - salad w chicken + dressing
Dinner - fish + veggies + some kind of sauce on the fish
Snack - lo-carb yogurt + peanut butter

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Old 06-12-2007, 09:37 AM   #73  
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Off to the grocery today, here is what I'm pretty sure we're having today.

B. Cin. toast, fruit
S. Cheese stick
L. Cottage cheese/walnuts and fruit
S. Celery & Carrots/fat free dip
D. grilled hamburgers/no bread, grilled onion, brussel sprouts & raw veggies
S. sugar free jello

Fun: Going to Walmart....
Exercise: Walk 1 mile dvd

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Bobbi - I am very courteous with my complaints, too, and we tip well for good service. Luckily, my current DH & I are the same way when it comes to restaurant service. He's just as straightforward as I am, not afraid to ask for what he wants and expects both the food & service to be good. We have a favorite restaurant that we go to for a late lunch/early dinner most Saturday afternoons after all the errands are run...and the waiters trip each other up trying to get us to their tables. Conversely, I remember when I was married to my ex, and we went to a very "chic" restaurant in the Quincy Market section of Boston...they were, in fact, KNOWN for their "snooty" waitstaff. Well, the food was (as always) excellent, but I had to ask the waitress for a fork three times...I told the rest of our party to please start their food without me because it was silly to wait when I kept telling her and she kept saying "Oh, that's right!", scurrying off, and failing to reappear with the fork. We had our son with us, too - he was just a little over a year old at the time, and they had no children's menu, and I wasn't going to order a full adult meal for him to NOT eat, so I asked for a bread plate so that I could give him a little of my food, and the waitress actually refused! She said they had a policy against sharing meals! With a year-old child? Absurd! Anyway, I ultimately had to go in search of my own fork, and by that time, my food was cold and everyone else at the table was just about finished. We got ready to leave, and my EX put down a $25 tip! I was outraged! The meal had come to about $90! A 20% tip (which she didn't deserve, anyway) would've been only $18!!!! But he, as usual, wanted to look like a big spender....well, he may have wanted to, but he didn't, because I waited until he was walking away and scooped $15 right off the table. I left $10 just for bringing us the food, but more than that, she didn't deserve. The waitress saw me do it, too...
Maybe it taught her to be a little more accomodating, considering that we all know that their income is primarily from tips.
Okay, enough blabbing.

B- dry Fiber One cereal, 1 pear, 1 banana
S- NO
L - Leftover wheat pasta & sauce, 5 strawberries
S- No
D- Chef salad (I think; as usual, I didn't take anything out of the freezer & will have to improvise).
S- popcorn if I must

Exercise - BIKE ride (such a shock & surprise, I'm sure!)

Fun - Maybe meeting a friend for coffee after her job interview in Cambridge.
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Ok, just "got" this thread. I don't eat dinner at night..our big meal is around 2 in the afternoon...after that it is just several small snacks.

B:2 eggs (boiled 6 minutes and peeled) with mozzarella cheese, chives, 2 slices turkey bacon, a slice of homemade whole grain bread,a ramekin of pears and grapes and a small glass of v8

S: fruit salad

D: Not sure yet, either leftover meatloaf or leftover chicken fricasee and a salad and roasted okra..gotta clean out the fridge!

S:Probably some artichoke/heart of palm bruschetta and "simply naked" pita chips

Evening: maybe a small salad or some fruit and later in the evening a peanut butter cup.

Fun: may read a little if it rains this afternoon. I'm reading a humerous book "The Joy of Y'at Catholicism"
Exercise: none today...it was raining early this morning so I could not go out and cut grass..I cut a section of my yard every day using a "reel" lawnmower.
the heat index may reach 110 today, so no going out after 8 am!

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