Losing It For The Family

Losing It For The Family

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Day 59 A Different Menu!

Well all in all, an uneventful day. I did get a break from the the usual menu today for breakfast. I sauteed me some mushrooms and onions, scrambled two eggs with that and then fried two pieces of turkey bacon. I know now I am committed to healthy living! I just cooked it a little more done and it brought the flavor out. I also made some jello today and had that for a mid morning snack. Lunch was a little later than usual, but it was a staple. Kathy's tuna salad on a pita. Supper was yummo! I grilled up a coupe of 6 ounce pork chops, wrapped some squash in tin foil with a little butter for it to cook in, and Kathy warmed up some black eyed peas and made us a yummy salad. I had a second happening. I ate my salad with no dressing! Holy Smokes!

Kathy and I went for a short "hike" at the local nature center. We bought hiking boots and thought it would be a good way to get them broke in. It was a shot walk, but after my 5k this morning and the jogging yesterday, my legs thanked me for that! I am seriously wondering if I need to maybe take a lazy weekend. But we always come up with something to do that sounds fun and I can't resist.

WEll I am gonna finish watching this game. Cowboys are looking pretty sad so far, hope for a better second half.

4 comments:

  1. Funny how weekends can fill up without even trying!!

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  2. I vote "no" for a lazy weekend for you. However, I DO recommend that you find FUN exercise to partake in. It doesn't all have to be gym-time and 5ks and Walmart loops, you know. Hiking is a great start. Can you join an adult basketball league? Take swimming lessons? Go canoeing! Think outside of the box...

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  3. I'm with Christine. No lazy weekend. The hiking is good, since you can do it with your family.

    By the way, I did 3 5K's last week. If you can do 2, I can do 3. (Is there a challenge there?)

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  4. Hi, Shane,
    It gets easier and easier to stay on teh healthy trail doesn't it?? excellent work on eating and getting out on the trail! Michele

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