Monday, April 15, 2013 | By: Debbie

Monday April 15, 2013. Staying on track

I did really well today staying within my points allowance.  I hope to not use my weekly points this week and see if I can up my weight loss some.   I am trying to stay motivated and blogging seems to be helping again.  It helps to know that other people are how there listening and giving help and hints.  I appreciate all the comments on my posts. 

Supper tonight was pretty good.  I had 3 oz. of deer meat cooked in the George Foreman grill and some stir fry veggies and 1/2 of a twice bake potato.  I had a Weight Watchers fudge bar after supper and I still have points left.  I will have a half of a grape fruit in a few minutes before I go to be for my snack.

My prayers are with the people in Boston tonight and all their families.  Have a good night.


MaryFran said...

Blogging really helps me! It keeps me accountable open and honest about where I am!

Anonymous said...

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How to read this book?
First read the Introduction, then start on Chapter 1, read through all the verses, then on to Chapter 2, and so on, until you finish all 18 chapters.

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Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare

In the end, what do you have to lose?