And the winner is . . . . .

Last night went very well. The roads were not great, but, unbeknownst to me, the dinner had been pushed back to 7:00 so we didn't have to rush. That's a good thing because there was black ice on the roads. At one point we watched the car in front do a little fish-tail dance. The dinner was buffet style so I had complete control over what went into my mouth. I had salad, some prime rib, and shrimp. I have decided that I am not a fan of "peel and eat" shrimp - especially when I don't know that it's peel and eat. That first piece of shrimp did not go down very well.

I weighed in this morning with a gain - and I knew that was going to happen. I have already moved on and am planning to have a terrific week and a wonderful next weigh-in

I think part of the reason I have had trouble getting on track is because I retired from one of my jobs about a month ago. DH retired from his on Friday. I think I have put things on hold because I really couldn't formulate any kind of daily routine until Harold was done with his job. He's planning to work out now also. A couple of years ago he bought a treadmill. He was using it every morning for a few weeks and then his work hours changed. He had to get up at 4:00. That kind of took care of the morning workout. Now he'll be able to do that again. Neither of us will be packing a lunch since in the farm world the noon meal is dinner - the big meal of the day. I am looking forward to going back to that lifestyle. Neither of us really wanted to go to work off the farm, but we were blessed to have nice places to work.

Good luck to all of my team Angie people!


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