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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Day 6

So I have had some time now to clear my mind and think about how this year will play out. Monday will be the start of my M/W/F workouts. I think the main thing with eating will be having my last meal at dinner time! I will start with those two main things and the rest I believe will fall into place quickly.
I wanted to update everyone on a couple things going on. My wife and I are doing very well. Over the past couple months she has been telling me she loves me without being set up to do so. It has been years since I have heard her say that. So, we are doing well. My folks made the comment after the holidays were over that we looked so happy and I guess we are.
The step daughter has jumpstarted her adulthood by getting pregnant. There is so much I could say about all that but bottom line is that we have to prepare her for motherhood and have many talks with the other kids in the house. Her drama is moody now, not disrespectful and dangerous nonsense, so I guess that is good. I have raised my last infant so that being my mind state this may be difficult for me.
I took some time off of my blog to get my mind in order. I needed to get grounded in what my life challenges will be going forward so I am not constantly belly aching about things. I am there and think I can focus on everything that is my life.
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  1. I struggle with eating after dinner too. Hot beverages usually help me in that area. It's really nice when others can see your happiness. I'm so glad things are going so well. Glad things are calmer with your step daughter too. Can't wait to hear how your first day back to the gym goes.

  2. bbubblyb
    Hot Beverages huh... I will try that.

  3. Sweet news on you & your wife continuing to move to better places together.

    Good luck with all that awaits your daughter & family on her pregnancy / birth. Fingers crossed for healthy mom & child.

    Dinner is where my eating ends. When it doesn't I almost always go over on calories; so yes avoid post dinner chewing if you can.