Support Group Time: how is your day so far?
Honestly? Since I woke up, moved the goat back to our property (she was across the street, on a "date"), ate breakfast, and frantically searched for car insurance papers (never did find) for Hubby, I just sat down to type a posting. But now, I realize I still have to MILK the goat! Argh!
Since my Kid has all kinds of testings and evaluations at the end of February, I decided to NOT put him on the autistic diet until after them. Except: (1) still gluten-free (2) take an acidopholus "pearl" daily (3) minimize cow-milk cheese and add in rice milk (4) home-cook more, and (5) eat more meals together, at the table, with real plates, glass-glasses, candles and conversation.
I like that last one. Even if it's just the Kid and me, I want to get back to basics. And even if I prepare two (or 3) different meals (since we really don't like the same things), we'll still be eating together.
And hopefully getting along.
But yeah, the bloom is off the rose. Couple of blow-ups yesterday, but we all three were trying. Unfortunately, we weren't all trying to get along at the same time. That's kinda important. Hopefully today will be better.
Hubby goes back to work tomorrow, and may or may not have off Wed and Thu. So I may or may not have a chance to do more work. That's ok.
As far as eating, even tho I've really really really indulged in ham sandwiches, pecan pie and cookies, I still under my "I better not get to this number again" of 220. Yesterday morning, I weighed 217. Never thought I'd be happy about going up again, but seriously, I thought for sure I'd gone over 220. I guess it's all of the moving hay-bales and other farm chores that I've done. Helps.
Gonna go back to low-carb starting tomorrow. I'm actually excited about it!
Have a great Monday, all!
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