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Sunday Morning...

Sunday, November 22, 2009

A day in the life....

Sunday morning got to sleep in a bit until about 7:30am, glucose was 131, feeling pretty good...did my crunches right away. Yesterday's cardio was great.

Ended up having a really nice yellowfin tuna steak with a small baked potato w/fat free cottage cheese for lunch. Tuna was on sale this week. Tasty stuff, packed with protein.

The movie "Bruno", don't bother - we went into it thinking it was a cheeky spoof on the fashion industry - it was far from that...more german gay porn than rated R funny.

Last night I had left over Chicken Lasagna wraps...super tasty and healthy...here is the breakdown...2 wraps for a serving, 390 calories, 10 carbs, 10 fats, 23 protein...and they absolutely do a great job of replacing lasagna from the old days.

It's amazing to me, how quickly I get full now, my stomach has shrunk and probably still is...but my head is catching up and is becoming more in line with my new lifestyle rather than my past eating habits.

Anyway, hope everyone gets to enjoy some nice time with the people you love today!
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  • JANEYINMADTOWN
    mmmmm that chicken lasagna wrap sounds wonderful...Can you share the receipe?

    Enjoy your Sunday and do something nice for yourself and for your wife today...
    4230 days ago
  • DANCINGCAROL
    I don't like tuna, but you made that sound good! Happy to hear your mind is getting with the healthy program, too. Enjoy the sunshine and the day!

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    4230 days ago
  • DIFROMWYOMING
    It is amazing how our stomachs adjust...if I overindulge now I am SO uncomfortable...and to think I used to live that way all day long before SP. Have a great day, yourself!
    4230 days ago
  • GRAMMIE1959
    Your journey inspires me.

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    4230 days ago
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