I woke up yesterday with low blood sugar – it was 49. I immediately grabbed a Nature Valley protein bar and inhaled it – if you’ve ever had low blood sugar before you know you want that feeling to go away as quickly as possible.
I was kicking myself afterwards though – I could have had a cup of grapes and it would have done the same thing without the extra calories – oh well! I ended up with another spinach omelet – this time all egg beaters/spinach/mozzarella cheese. These are so filling.
Regardless of being filling, it was a boring work day, so I ended up snacking on my granola I had at my desk – gah! Before lunch I realized I’d already had 755 calories! And yesterday was a rest day, so no exercise.
We had birthday celebrations at work, and I had to go to Mariano’s (local grocery store) to pick up cupcakes. On my way I saw a sign for a garage sale. I should have a bumper sticker:
I stopped at the house and bought a shirt, and she asked me if I wanted a map. I asked “a map of what?” She said the whole subdivision was having a garage sale and it marked the houses that were participating – score! I probably went to about 12 in 30 minutes.
I found a tupperware cupcake/muffin/cake container to take stuff to and from work, a couple cookbooks (shocker) and some shirts. I only spent $4.50.
This shot is for Michelle – she loves this store just as much as we do – we have to meet some day!!
I ended up getting a salad from the salad bar. I had my Ken’s reduced fat Caesar dressing at the office. This was very tasty.
Here are the cupcakes that I did not partake in:
The ones with the white frosting are red velvet – I was able to bring one home for Tony – he loves their red velvet cake.
I came home to cocktail Friday! I’ve never had a bloody mary before, I don’t know why, but at the Lake I had a sip of my Aunt’s it I liked it! Tony found me this spicy mix – Uncle Dougie’s makes awesome hot sauces.
I bought Uncle Dougie’s many years ago at a grocery store, loved it, and then I could never find it again. This was back in 1999 or so. I met Tony in 2000. We had only been dating a couple months and we were invited to his best friends house for a bbq. I asked if there was anything I could do to help, and the wife pointed to a cabinet to get some plates down.
I opened the door and all I saw were Uncle Dougie products – I couldn’t believe my eyes! I quickly asked “where did you get all this Uncle Dougie stuff?” And she replied, he’s a neighbor of our and brings us stuff all the time. What??!! Later that day, I met Uncle Dougie and he sent me home with a dozen bottles of hot sauce.
I ended up making the deep dish pizza dough yesterday morning before work. I just left it on the counter to rise all day. I really, really like the corn meal in the dough. I used 1/3 of the dough to make our thin crust pizza.
Green olives, artichoke hearts, deli pepperoni and sausage. Have I mentioned before how much I love party pizza Friday?!
The crust was perfect. I ended up blind baking the dough at 450 for about 5 minutes – added the toppings and then let it cook on my oven grate. So good! I ate 2 1/2 pieces.
The storms rolled in around 8:00 – it got pretty windy!
But after that, the cooler air came in and we were able to open up the windows and turn off the air. Right now, at nearly 10 in the morning, it’s a beautiful 77 degrees.
So today is my first WI with the DietBet. I worked out nearly 8 hours this week. Yesterday was my highest calorie day at 2045, other than that, I stayed below 1800. I know I “feel” smaller, so I thought I’d show more of a loss, but I’ll take any loss, even –.6.
I still have 3 weeks to lose 6.1 pounds – totally doable! I just have to make sure I keep up with my water intake over the weekend – I usually don’t do so well at that.
Stats for the Day:
- 2045 (includes the before dinner cocktail and wine)
- 73 fat, 157 carbs, 14 fiber and 84 protein
- 31% of calories from carbs, 32% from fat and 37% from protein
- rest day
Today is my Fit Test and Max Interval Circuit for Insanity. I also have some major clean up in our basement from when it flooded – some of the furniture I thought would eventually dry up, did not and it needs to be thrown out, and the carpet we had in a bedroom Tony built for my step-son ten years ago needs to be thrown out too. I have gloves and a mask though – don’t need to get sick from the mold.
Other than that, we have the usual grocery shopping, etc. Maybe lunch out – we’ll just have to see.
Have a great weekend! See you on Monday.