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Its been a long long time

by deMuralist on 09 Aug 2014, 13:05

Well, to be honest, I forgot I started this blog. So my last entry was quite a while ago. So I will do an update here...

weight this morning 244.6 after a non-fasting day yesterday, today is also a non-fasting day.

I do a 4:3 now, I found that more than 2 days of non-fasting and I lost my head. So I now do Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday as my fasting days. These work well because it is easier for me to fast on days that I go to work, and I am only working Tues, Wed, and Thurs now.

Today, my daughter, my husband, and I are off in search of a nice hummingbird feeder. The other day when I was working in the garden a hummingbird came within 3 feet of where I was working to feed on a flower and that has inspired today's activity. My son is off with friends to the lake, so he misses out on the activity, I doubt he cares!

Chris
"As soon as I saw you I knew adventure was going to happen"
-Winnie the Pooh

"We are what we repeatedly do, excellence then is not an act, but a habit"
-Aristotle
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