Nary a vegetable passed my lips today. Well, maybe one. Maybe. Let’s see…for starters there was breakfast.
How could you resist this face?
You can’t…that is, unless you have an egg, ham, and hot sauce sandwich to eat. Then there’s really no face that matters more than the one you’re stuffing this into:
As I write this I’m sad because I’m just now realizing that I took the ham to work and left it…which means no breakfast sandwich for Wednesday! 🙁 Such is life! Lunch was a Flatout wrap with bbq sauce, turkey, and cheddar cheese with a carrot on the side:
As I was eating this I realized that Mr. How Sweet would likely be very proud of the amount of protein I’d had up to that point! For some reason I just didn’t have any veggies other than that carrot, which is not a normal practice for me. Oh well! Again, sometimes life happens and you’re just left without a vegetable!
Dinner was at Robbie & Stef’s house, and was amazing! Robbie’s mother is from Mexico, and she has the BEST enchilada recipe! So we had enchiladas, homemade salsa, beans, and chips:
AH-mazing. Seriously though…I love good Mexican food, and this really hit the spot! I need to get the recipe…but haven’t been able to squeeze it out just yet 🙂
Lately I feel like I’ve been doing a “good” job of eating sensible portions and being very consistent with exercise…but I don’t feel like I’m seeing any results at all. I can feel myself getting stronger, and I can feel myself sliding into my clothes more easily, but I feel like when I look in the mirror I look exactly the same as before when I was eating crap and barely moving. And you know what? This scares me because the last thing I ever want is to revert back to my old way of thinking. I don’t even know, but can you have a distorted way of thinking or seeing yourself even when you have a healthy outlook on life?
I’d love any input you might have on this…I’m very aware of what’s going on and am taking the steps I know I can take to keep from letting myself be changed by it, but more than anything it’s just frustrating to feel like I’ve been healed and then letting this distorted vision of myself back in!
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