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Logging daily food journal to be accountable for weight loss, coffee with soy milk and splenda, boys in college not moving with us causes emotional eating

 
Old 01-16-2008, 03:42 AM
 
Location: beautiful North Carolina
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Good morning! I never thought I would hear myself say this, but I am looking forward to getting out of the house this morning. A little break from the drama. If going to work and taking care of babies doesn't lighten things up a bit, nothing will. I told my 8 and 10 year old that we have someone interested in buying the house and we would know something next week. Figure I would warm them up to the idea. My older boys told me last night that they are staying behind. That will be hard for me and I'm still hoping they'll join us eventually when they see how nce it is in NC. Coffee with splenda and soymilk...http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee109/jeannie216/lol_spitcoffee.gif (broken link)Have a great day everyone! Jeannie
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Old 01-16-2008, 08:13 AM
 
Location: California
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Good morning,Jeannie! They are old enough to stay behind.How do you feel about that,Jeannie? Kinda big change for ya!

Soymilk with splenda... my girlfriend tried the splenda yesterday.she liked it too.
I have the brown sugar splenda.
Egg while on toasted bun
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Old 01-16-2008, 08:18 AM
 
Location: beautiful North Carolina
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Good morning,Jeannie! They are old enough to stay behind.How do you feel about that,Jeannie? Kinda big change for ya!

Soymilk with splenda... my girlfriend tried the splenda yesterday.she liked it too.
I have the brown sugar splenda.
Egg while on toasted bun
yes, they are old enough, but not mature enough to understand living on their own, working full-time, full-time college may not be a piece of cake. They know they have a place with us if they change their minds.

oatmeal with fresh blueberries
water with lemons
supplements

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Old 01-16-2008, 09:30 PM
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Location: NC/SC Border Patrol
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Jeannie, I forget how old your young men are. What are their majors. When you have been in North Carolina for one year, they could go to one of the NC colleges and get the lower costs. We have state supported colleges, but you have to have lived here for one year before they could benefit from that. Out of state students have to pay about double what a North Carolina student pays.

Coffee and milk (4)
french bread and margarine
2 small peppermint patties
banana
liver pudding inside 2 slices toasted whitewheat. (Jeannie just wait until you get to eat this.) lol
little debbie marshmallow and chocolate cake
Salad of lettuce, tomato, cucumber, green pepper

I didn't make my best choices today. I did go to the grocery store and it is good that I did. There is about one inch of snow on our grass (it is not sticking to the patio yet) and it is still coming down. I kept the cat in the bathroom last night. I don't think she liked it because she will not come to the door tonight. She has a dogloo house with a lambs wool bed inside it.
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Old 01-17-2008, 03:28 AM
 
Location: beautiful North Carolina
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Jeannie, I forget how old your young men are. What are their majors. When you have been in North Carolina for one year, they could go to one of the NC colleges and get the lower costs. We have state supported colleges, but you have to have lived here for one year before they could benefit from that. Out of state students have to pay about double what a North Carolina student pays.

Coffee and milk (4)
french bread and margarine
2 small peppermint patties
banana
liver pudding inside 2 slices toasted whitewheat. (Jeannie just wait until you get to eat this.) lol
little debbie marshmallow and chocolate cake
Salad of lettuce, tomato, cucumber, green pepper

I didn't make my best choices today. I did go to the grocery store and it is good that I did. There is about one inch of snow on our grass (it is not sticking to the patio yet) and it is still coming down. I kept the cat in the bathroom last night. I don't think she liked it because she will not come to the door tonight. She has a dogloo house with a lambs wool bed inside it.
Hi NCN,

My choices haven't been great either lately. I've been doing good during the day, then come home and blow it. The boys have been going on a part time basis and yes, I've told them both how great schools are in NC and the opportunities they would have. I hope they decide to make the move. My 20 year old is very independant, I worry about my 21 year old. He has had some issues, one of them being he isn't even driving yet.
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