As for my exercise.....well, I'm trying to force myself back into my previous routine. I did some weights this morning, but I still need to get my big, fat arse back on either the treadmill or recumbent bike. I'm not ready for our elliptical yet. I have named that contraption "The Butt Buster". It is not at all like the lovely elliptical I used at the gym. Mine is a real implement of torture. Hubby Dearest uses it just to make me feel bad.....sorry, it isn't working, dear. I'll work back up to that....someday.
I'm doing quite nicely on my food these days. I've moved on from my obsession with the "200 under 200" cookbook, although I still like it. I'm on to the "Canyon Ranch Cookbook" that arrived at the same time. Gotta keep the variety comin' or I'll lose interest, I fear. My breakfast experiment has kinda become a way of life now, and I'm happy about that. I have varied the morning's options and have found that not all breakfast foods need to be "breakfasty". This morning I had a breakfast frittata with my Biggest Loser Breakfast Sausage and sauteed red peppers. Very tasty. Hubby Dearest left this morning to go out of town until Thurs., so I'm on my own for meals for a bit. I kinda like that, as I take these moments to eat things he'd never dream of ingesting. :) Mushrooms being high on my list, but certainly not on his. So after my walk, I'll hop over to the grocery store for a nice big, juicy portabella mushroom that I can grill for a 'shroom burger this evening. Yummy. I've found some wonderful whole wheat, low cal hamburger buns that are only 80 cal per bun, so that will make a lovely dinner.
Think I am finally going to have to call the computer repair person. The first one I called never returned my call, so that company is out. I still have issues logging on every morning, so I think it might be time to give up my "Jiggle the Handle" approach and get down to business with a real fixer upper guy/gal. Hopefully we won't need an entire new computer, but if we do, I'll be gettin' that done a.s.a.p. I'd miss my 'puter way too much to be totally without for very long.