Rich, fatty foods are like destiny: they too, shape our ends.
Good morning everyone. Another cool day ahead. I don't mind at all. At least I am not standing here trying to guess what I should wear. This morning I'm going to walk it to church, then hop on the bus and head on over to Key Food for a few items. Thinking I 'might' be able to eat a salad. Teeth are feeling fairly good. The bottom I still only keep in for a few hours at a time. In and out. Then in again and out again. The top is pretty glued in and doesn't budge until it's time to put them to bed for the night. I am due this month for my re-alignment. My gums have shrunk and the denture is too large, but I hesitate around holiday time. What if I have to go through that painful, not able to wear period again? Not now. Maybe in January I will deal with it.
Why is it that when we get so close we tend to sabotage all the good we did? I'm only 20 pounds from goal now, and that not only means feeling a sense of accomplishment, but also lifetime membership and FREE meetings. I did well last week. I had been at a 53 pound loss, then just before Thanksgiving found myself at a 50.8 pound loss. That's when I knew that I had to stop this downward spiral now before it got out of hand. Did well last week. No chips or candy. But always hungry and nibbling on fruit. Took of 1.2 and halted that downward spiral, but have to really focus on what I am doing. Stop kidding myself that it's only fruit so I can eat all I want and gorging myself. Nope, it's fruit yes, but everything adds up in the end.
The other day I was thinking, "Wow, in only a few short months I will turn 70." I can't believe it. But, time marches on and there is no denying it. To me, the 60's are the new middle age, but 70? It hit me then that I would like to start a journal as I enter what I consider the final third of my life. I started writing, but not so good at handwriting lately, fingers ache after awhile, so I have started a new blog. http://onturningseventy.blogspot.com/
I will keep up with Moontides, but not as steadily as I once did. This blog was my first, and I will never let it go, but I seem to have run out of things to write about. Of course, that could change at any time. Who knows how the creative juices will be running next week.
I close now with pictures of my three newest angel. The crystal angel in the middle changes color.