I don't often say that, either. However, today was my lucky day!! It is, as you may recall, Weigh In Wednesday. My "sins" of the past week did catch up with me, but did not slap me in the face like I thought they would. I was only up .2# this morning. Hurray for cardio and golf!!! To say I'm excited about this would be understating things just a tad. Having prepared for pounds added to my already "fluffy" exterior, this small addition was like Christmas in May!! Now, I really am going to buckle down and try to get my behinder ender back on the right track. I promise!! Really I do.
Yesterday, I made a real effort to get myself back into the right "groove", and I think I did a pretty good job. Plus, I even managed to get a left over or two out of the freezer to make room for some more of my culinary experiments. Hubby Dearest LOVES those. I forgot to mention that I made another dish out of those Tofu Shirataki Noodles, and he ate that too!!! He even saw the noodles draining, knew what they were, and ate two helpings of the Turkey Noodle Casserole. Can't remember the actual name of the recipe, just that HD ate it and it had the Tofu noodles in it!! I have to give him credit for the adventures he's been willing to go on with me. He's been a trooper!! See, again, Lucky ME.
I have to record my cardio later in the day, as I am now rushing to post and read before my Internet repair guy comes to replace my modem......again!!! Just a reminder, if Mediacom ever comes to your neck of the woods...."Just Say No" !!! So tomorrow I'll post my cardio time. I am also calculating my golf cardio in minutes just for my own personal edification. Don't worry, PC, I'll not be begging you for extra credit. :)
Back to the doom and gloom of rain and thunderstorms. No outdoor activity today. Possible severe weather later today. Got all the planters and patio furniture battened down, cuz winds are supposed to be quite high today. Don't want to be chasing furniture all over the neighborhood. I am, however, kinda worried about my upside down tomatoes and the pepper plants. Hope they are strong enought to take the wind that's coming.