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day 6, hang onto your head!!!

Friday, June 13, 2014

One thing I still dont understand is the sudden change in my calcium. It is ranging upwards of 450 and I know that makes no sense, when months ago I would spark the same food and it would be around 120 or so.
Even drinking 3 cups of milk a day its still higher than ever.
Oh well, who knows.
Day 6 started out pretty good, got a late start on the walking track, but walked an hour regardless, was feeling pretty good, but today has been the highest in calories, I went over by a couple hundred.
I am guessing I could have left the slice of cheese off my dinner, maybe done without the extra container of yogurt for a snack.
But the day is done and it wasnt a bad day.
It was a learning day.
I really need to go grocery shopping, today at lunch I walked into the kitchen and opened up the fridge and thought maybe I could have a mustard sandwich, but I had no bread lol.
So, shopping tomorrow.
I am going to stock up for the whole week and hopefully wont have to do alot of running back.
Fruits and veggies are hard to keep long.
Well anyway, I had an overall ok day, I did eat too many calories, but I am not beating myself up over it.
I will just try harder tomorrow.
Happy Friday the 13th!!!
Have fun slashing-----fat and calories!!! hahaa
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  • SUNSET09
    Love shopping at the grocery store and although fruits and veggies don't retain long, it encourages you to eat them! emoticon If your calcium is off on the Spark tracker, you have the option to update the count to the right one. Just a thought! emoticon emoticon Keep up the good work. emoticon
    2320 days ago
  • GORDON66
    I have to agree with you. It's time for a trip to the grocery store. emoticon

    Take care of yourself!!!
    2320 days ago
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