Tonight, breakfast for dinner. I have been pretty good. I lost all my weight I gained over the winter so I have been slacking lately. Tonight breakfast for dinner sounded soooo good. The big cup of coffee helps too.
"Why, burnt sausage to get your tongue a-tastin', a few canned biscuits so none would be wasted. Some raw bacon, and some shitty looking eggs, and a goofy mug of coffee, drank down to the dregs. Candles for two, but a place setting for One...I bet he's glad masturbation is fun!"
The Heine. *sigh* Beer - and alcohol of any kind - are pretty much on the No-No list. Considering the fact that I've never been much of a drinker, it's no big deal.
(I'm a light weight when it comes to the booze, that's why 2 drinks will make me loopy.)
Pizza is down to about twice a month from once or twice a week. *shudder* I don't like to think of being on a 'diet' - I prefer to think of it as 'eating smarter'. Somedays, good 'options' just are not available in my house with a husband and teenager who don't care what they eat. But that's another story.
Post by frogkissinglady on Jul 21, 2007 10:18:49 GMT -5
we do the breakfast for dinner thing quite often...looks good One...I'm currently working on the "i'm dealing with so much stress and depression" diet that I should be rail thin in a few weeks if I can't kick this out of my system...work and home life are both slowly killing me right now, but that is for another thread at another time...
Post by Dreamwebber on Jul 21, 2007 11:10:51 GMT -5
Well at least ONE you had plenty of protein with the eggs, bacon, and sausage...only bad thing really is the bread. Personally I like my eggs cooked well done they look good to me. I would have to cook the bacon a little longer though
Gotta agree with the 'well done eggs' group. I don't like 'em runny. *bleck* At restaurants, I order them scrambled VERY hard.
Lord help you, Froggy. I'm the opposite. When I was stressed out about work & the haunt, all I did was EAT! For me, nothing like a huge helping of carbs & sugar to get those Endorphins flowing and a good cold beer to relax away the tension. I was packing on weight faster than I could run it off. Reason #8 WHY I don't run a haunt anymore!
Post by frogkissinglady on Jul 24, 2007 7:50:05 GMT -5
I, too, like my bacon a little flimsy, not too crisp. Eggs, I'll only eat scrambled, and not runny at all. Don't eat a lot of sausage...and got to have raisin toast to round it all out....yummm.. I might just make breakfast for dinner tonight myself...
That's one neat thing about eggs... They are a simple food, but because of the many different ways to prepare them, and the consistency of the medium, they are extremely versatile.
It reminds me of those 'Incredible Edible Egg' commercials that came on years ago...it's very true. I don't know of many other foods that can be prepared one way and be loved and another way and be hated with the same number of combinations.
Post by tncoaster37 on Jul 24, 2007 8:43:24 GMT -5
Don't say diet. For me I have already lost 20 pounds in 4 months doing the same thing I have been doing from the start except that I was at rehab for 3 months 3 times a week pushing weights and stomach crunches. Besides, I don't believe in diets.
Post by tncoaster37 on Jul 24, 2007 10:28:58 GMT -5
Stray, I have idiopathic peripheral neuropathy. In layman's terms, think of it as MS' lighter cousin in which it works it's way up from the legs while MS is the opposite that starts at the spinal column. It's noncurable and I had to have rehab to help with the pain involved. I have to use a cane in order to get around.
Honestly, I don't know how I'd react if I were afflicted with something like that (and none of us do unless we were actually walking in those shoes), but I'd like to think that I would be there kicking my own ass and grinning through the pain every single day while I still had the ability to fire off the neurons to the proper places to make shit happen.
Hopefully I'll never have to 'know' but I like to think it's what I would do, and it's also what I encourage others to do.