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3lbs in 3 Weeks?

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Well, I took time today and re-read some of my old blogs. I still have a lot of the same issues but that sort of makes me feel better.

I know I've been hitting the sugar free chocolate too much and I don't always get more fat than protein but I'm working on it. I feel good that I have some progress. I am nervous though because we're going to the State Fair on Saturday and I hope the sweets don't prove to be too tempting. I will get the sausage sampler, 1lb bacon on a stick, pork chop on a stick, and maybe the strawberries and cream (but mostly cream).
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  • NANA-B-FITZ
    I would bring some fruit with me . Share half of theother stuff. I believe in one treat a week if you really crave something.
    One day cheating a bit won't kill your diet, that is of course if you don't pile on too many calories.
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    2588 days ago
  • L-RIOT
    Us too, we are waiting until the last weekend because I feel you can't really appreciate it without fall colors ha ha! I too enjoy the turkey legs!!
    2589 days ago
  • WOUBBIE
    LOL! "Things on sticks!"

    Make sure you eat well before you go, stay hydrated with lots of water, and then enjoy the heck out of your pork paradise!

    In a weekend or two I'll be making my annual pilgrimage to our local Renaissance Festival, where I shall partake of giant smoked turkey drumsticks. Mmmmm. Can't wait!
    2589 days ago
  • L-RIOT
    This is why MN is so great! Its a thick strip of bacon on a stick and they deep fry it, YUM! Our thing is things on sticks.
    2589 days ago
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    Wait... a pound of bacon on a stick?!?! emoticon
    2589 days ago
  • L-RIOT
    My scale is broken, eck! I put my 2, 8lb weights on it and it says 16.3 sometimes and 16.6 others. Crap!
    2589 days ago
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