Off to Wal-mart we shall go... off to wal-mart we shall go...

Monday, January 17, 2011

Todays adventure takes us to Wal-mart. This place can be as dangerous as the jungle. Ok maybe not but when you're dieting it kinda can be!

I accidentally bought the wrong kinda peanut butter which stinks because I was going to have pb toast for breakfast. Some how I bought a kind that had flax seed in it?!?!? Which I'm not aloud to eat. Ugh
Of course I don't want it to go to waste so I will take it to work tomorrow and give it to a co-worker who will eat anything.

I some how managed to get the oldest slowest cashier possible. She had not a clue as to half of the items in the buggy so she felt the need to examine each one as she scanned and bagged them. You would have thought the a spaghetti squash, red puffed wheat, and dried chick peas were little aliens. When she got to the puffed wheat she looked at me. I explained it was cereal like rice crispies. She then seemed to get it lol.

I managed to get a new water bottle. I wanted a metal one. I bought one last week, a really cheap one, but the "mouth" of it was too big and I kept spilling water on myself at work. Which is funny, annoying, and embarrassing all at the same time. This time I got a metal one that has a plastic flip up thing with a straw. I can manage a straw. I think!

All in all it wasn't a bad trip. That's very unusual. lol

Tomorrow will be an interesting day back to the grind after a 4 day weekend,
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    Better than going back to a sippy cup
    3805 days ago
    I should have gone to the store or at least paid bills, but I DID manage to eat a sensible brunch out with the girls AND exercise. So I'm doing okay. Laundry. Then maybe a Splog of my own. I'm proud of you for being a quitter and I wish you continued success. You go gurrrrl
    3805 days ago
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