Ok yall, i have had a boost!!!!
The very cute ex surfer type (white haired ex surfer to be sure, but cute) at the hardware store was flirting so hard he could hardly get my keys made.
I had to laugh, and made sure i mentioned my husband about a hundred times, but he sure laid it on. The cute little 30 year old with me looked at me like kids do when the find out their parents still like to neck in the car when they're not along!
Ok, hundred and fifty pounds to go
And this time no BS! I plan on sticking to a true induction, to the letter, with no more excuses. I've lost the weight before, and I know I can do it again. I've already weighed, and don't plan on weighing again until day 14 (8/27/09).
I got to move my truck seat up closer. Couldn't do that before because my belly just wouldn't allow it. Everyone here in New Mexico is much safer now that I don't have to choose between belly steering and tippy toe clutch/brake operation! One more step along the way!!! Hooray!
And 1001 Low-Carb Recipes for Life by Sue Spitler are not for real low carbers. They both recommend eating higher amounts of carbs than I would ever dream of. Linda Yoakam who co-wrote the book with Sue Spitler recommends at least 130 carbs a day!!!! No wonder people have trouble losing weight with a "nutrition" professional" advising people to eat that many carbs.
I wrote that in a previous blog a few days ago. Then I was getting that book ready to list on paperbackswap
I have just learned that shredded cheeses have potato starch in them. I did not know this. Since I rarely buy shredded cheeses it would not be a problem normally. But I just canned 23 half pints of cheddar cheese and I bought shredded. I will have to use these and just use them very sparingly for my food.
It seems that if you are not very careful with every single food you purchase there will be something hidden in it that you don't want. My husband does not like many vegetables