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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Well, my tooth is healed. My cat's ear is still bleeding, and they want to charge me $800 to remove the little polyp. Yikes. Now my car is squealing. I am hoping that all it needs is to have the belt tightened, not replaced. I have to take it in tomorrow. I just don't have the money to spend. Thank goodness, my health is doing a lot better as far as the diabetes. However, I'm very nervous that I'm wanting to emotionally eat. I bought healthy snacks, so that if I want to eat, it is not calorie ridden. Water, water, water. .... Trying to do that too.

I had salmon and mushrooms and baked sweet potato fries. I boiled some potatoes so that I can make one of those turkey sausage breakfast bowls like Jimmy Dean makes. It won't have the sodium that they have, and I can add what I want to it. emoticon emoticon
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    You are sure aware of the triggers and it sound like you are gearing up to avoid falling hard. I'm happy when I read things like this, because it shows growth and commitment, even when things are going wrong. You're going to do fine. I hope the troubles clear up fast and easily!
    2353 days ago
  • STARFISH1961
    I know the feeling, it never ends. I've got to replace my fridge soon, should just go without, would probably eat less LOL. Sausage bowl sounds good and so do our limerics!
    Keep a positive attitude, we'll get through, happy or sad its our choice.

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    2360 days ago
    Yum, sounds delicious!

    I hope that your car appointment is favorable.
    2360 days ago
    I like the meatless sausage. It really tastes good and does not have a lot of calories.
    2360 days ago
  • SALAM4545
    That's a great idea. I've never tried one, but I might boil up some potatoes so I can get a good hearty breakfast like that.
    2360 days ago
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