hey do ya see the super snazzy link on the right side o this page for Eggface's blog? (it has the frying pan with egg eyes and a bacon smile) If ya do, slide yer mouse over to it and giver a click! Shelly has some super awesome recipes, tips, and insights. She too has been thru da wls and will motivate you to try some new foods or shakes or snacks that are great for us post ops. Thanks Shelly, you rock girl!
and its raining, at least i dont have to water the garden.
thursday i had the usual scram eggs at breakfast and grilled chicken with cheese for lunch. supper was a couple french fries and bite of chicken wrap at a spy job i do. of course the fries have upset my system. suppose i should have bit and spit as i talked about with a friend. ya have to taste test the food for the spy job. oh well it pays a few bucks so i'll live.
at least i didn't go nuts and eat ALL the food while spying.
so far this month i have been about 98% good when it comes to food. walked twice. have 2 more spy jobs today and a couple things to pick up at the stores.
Happy June first! I am starting again to get myself back where I need to be. I am bummed cuz I have gained and am near 200 again. I had to buy size 18 pants cuz the 14's did not fit anymore :(
that sucks, but its all my fault.
Had the usual scram egg breakfast, made a protein shake for later. Lunch was some chicken, a later snack was a bit more of scram eggs, and the rest of the chicken for the 4th meal. couple pieces of string cheese, 1/2 of the shake, and lots of iced coffee today! got another pot brewing now.
We went to the funeral of a dear little boy who was not quite 3 years old; Casey, who lost his battle with leukemia, but now is with God in heaven and suffers no more. What a beautiful little boy he was! The photos at the funeral home were so happy and his smile! He looks so like his mom Jenny, who was our neighbor--we met her when she was 5 years old. Please remember them in your prayers. Casey has an older brother who I believe is 5, Conner.
I would also appreciate prayers that I stay on track and can get this extra weight off and feel better about myself.
•All info in here is my own personal observations and even tho I am a nurse, I am not presenting it as a nurse, just a person who has had successful wls. I'm just sharing what has worked for me, and I keep my dietitan informed of new things I try or find.
•I am not posting this on behalf of the clinic where I had my surgery, however they are awesome and if you live in Wisconsin, email me and I'll gladly share who they are with you.
•If anyone reading this has medical or dietary questions, issues or concerns, they need to direct them to their personal dr or clinic staff or dietitian.
•I'm not a doctor but I am still waiting for a role to play one on tv. I have, however, stayed at a Holiday Inn, altho not recently :)