Tuesday, June 1, 2010

True Confession Tuesday: The Memorial Weekend Edition

True Confessions

I have a lot to confess and not a lot of time to do it, so you just get the list this week:
•I helped my dad move this weekend which meant staying in an apartment with no food. Many meals out. I tried to make good choices but usually did not succeed.
•On moving day, my aunt provided food: sloppy joes dripping in grease as she doesn't believe in using lower fat hamburger, mayo-based pasta salad, potato chips, and cake.
•We ordered pizza for dinner one night and it wasn't veggie.
•We had leftovers of the above foods throughout the weekend.
•On Sunday we went to a party. Lots of alcohol and finger foods and dips with chips. Debauchery.
•On Monday there was more party food and beer
•Monday was also my hubby's b-day and I made brownies with ice cream and raspberry amaretto sauce. More debauchery.

I have to say I am very disappointed in myself. The scale this morning really reflected my poor choises and only proves I have a long way to go.

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4 comments:

  1. i know its hard, but sometimes we can't help our circumstances. must more important that you were there for your father.

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  2. Looking back and documenting it so responsible, Bari! I'm proud of you, and I'm so glad you were able to be there for your Dad.

    Drink lots and lots of water today. Most of the weight is probably from all the sodium, so start flushing it out girl!!! You'll be okay :)

    xoxoxoo

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  3. The bloat from the sugar and salt is killer isn't it. What a good daughter to help your dad. It does sound like a fun weekend though with all that debauchery :)

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  4. laughing at the word debauchery...it just makes me laugh.

    But you totally rock for helping your Dad out...I know he is grateful to have such a loving daughter!

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