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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

I had such a fun day yesterday, to bad it had to be marred with the darn thoughts of FUDGE.....as I said we bought some yummy fudge, we shared it but there was some left....most of the evening till I finally fell a sleep I kept thinking about that darn fudge....I did not need to eat another bite or even a half of a bite....I had more than my share.....

an boy was I disappointed when I got on that scale this morning...up 5 pounds, ya I know it happens, I'll see what tomorrow looks like but still, it's time right this minute to nip it in the bud...I don't want to let this get away from me......so I marched right to the fridge and took out the small blue box that held that heavenly tasting junk and then marched to the big trash bin in the garage and threw it will all my might in, then slammed the lid and screamed, that's where you belong, not in my body, not on my thighs....YOU HAVE NO POWER OVER ME, I AM THE MASTER OF MY LIFE...wow I feel so much better.....lessoned learned, to say I will never eat fudge again would be a lie but next time buy just enough for each of us to have a small serving and not bring it home.....


learning lessons are part of winning this struggle....


have a healthy day and be happy
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  • NASFKAB
    It may be just a fluctuation glad you trashed the fudge
    2993 days ago
  • SOCKITTOME
    Excellent lesson, Kitt. This is likely a typical weight fluctuation, too. You're right to stay on your toes and monitor...just don't freak out. You'll be back down in no time.
    2995 days ago
  • LIFEWALK
    emoticon good job Kitt! U r so learning the lessons :)
    2995 days ago
  • BARBARAROSE54
    I'm sure over the next couple of days you will see that gain disappear. A piece of fudge isn't 5 lbs.
    2996 days ago
  • RAINBOWMF
    I agree with Jo, you did not gain weight by eating a piece of fudge, did not.

    It made you feel better to get rid of it so that is a good thing. You have to do what makes you feel good.

    Hugs Mary
    2996 days ago
  • DBBDANFORD
    Thats the way Kitt. Show it who is boss! I can hardly bring myself to throw food away, especially when it's something I really want to eat. There have been times I'd eat the whole thing just to get rid of it so it wouldn't be in the house to tempt me anymore...craziness!
    2996 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    Well done KITT-Lesson learned buy just a single serving, MODERATION is key.
    Buying yourself temptation is not a good idea. Buy it, eat it, enjoy it and move on!.
    I am happy the trash has it now.
    HUGS Pat in Maine emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2996 days ago
  • CRYSTLE4HIMTX10
    emoticon Remember weight fluctuates. Hope your next weigh in the scales are back down. emoticon
    2996 days ago
  • TRAILWALKERJO54
    Kitt --you know that the bite of fudge did not add 5 lbs to you... and like me ( I do the same thing) you know it is probably water.sodium gain which will disappear once you get back at the routine your body is used to..Remember just last week you were in the air flying ..adjustment to body there, then eating out more often in restaurants-- even with healthy choices --the sodium in those meals!!ugh.. I do it too.. When on holidays we are to enjoy not worry . This 5 lbs... is NOTHING for you to fret about ..It was not the fudge .. so do not feel guilty do not beat yourself up ...just get back to your routine and you will have that 5 lbs off in a blink of an eye...Remember this is not a fat gain..

    I just did this myself --went to the wedding drank a little too much even though I ate good I was up 3 lbs...errrrrr... but by next WI I was down to my same old same old weight --you will be too..

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    2996 days ago
  • -POOKIE-
    *hugs*

    great battle won!
    2996 days ago
  • BLACKROSE_222
    You are absolutely right - and we all have that one thing that we just can't have a little of. Good for you for doing the right thing.
    2996 days ago
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