Weight Lost!!!

13 pounds down

Friday, March 5, 2010

Day 69: Inner strength

Inner strength is something that I need to work on.  I just need to make the 'good' choice.   Today I went to lunch with Sally and the kids, I ate a BIG  F A T  cheeseburger and fries.  YUCK.  I felt sick after about a half hour too.  I need to just order a diet coke and eat when I get home, or make a better choice.  The restaurant Snuffy's Malt Shop didn't have any other healthy choices.  So, I indulged...

I just need to remain strong regardless of who I am with or where I am eating.  It is only my responsibility.  These occurrences will keep coming up as I continue to grow smaller.  I just need to make wise decisions.  I need to think of my journey, and how long I want to take to get to my destination.  The better choices I make the quicker I'll get there.

So another day passes, it is a good day.  One bad choice.  I am ok!  My next meal, which is already planned out is healthy.  Then I have a date with my son.  He said that he is "takin me to the mall, to ride some big rides."  Such a sweet lil dude!  Hava will be at a princess ball with her daddy.

Have a great weekend.
Weight 199


Cheryl S. said...

Cheeseburgers and fries are NO longer a regular part of our lives, but that doesn't mean they are gone forever.

Some may disagree with me, but I firmly believe we have make peace with these foods, not ban them forever. They no longer control us (as in, we won't be having another one tomorrow!), but doggone it, we will enjoy them every now and again.

Tell me, was this the first cheeseburger and fries you've had since late December.

hugs, Cheryl

Ann said...

Everybody has difficulties making those tough decisions, myself included! Good job regonizing the "unhealthy" option and making a promise to do better next time!! :)

Heidi said...

I honestly think it was my first cheeseburger. I don't remember having another one, pizza, yeah i have. CS I like your idea on making peace with food. They no longer control us. That is awesome!
Ann, thanks for encouraging me and reminding me that we all go through this.