LYNNABEL's CalorieKing blog

Monday, Jan 23 2012

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I was down 3 lbs this weigh in. That is unheard of. It proves what I've been 'feeling' about water retention (ie, that I'm experiencing it more than ever before). And a tight skirt is feeling decent on me today. I'll take it.

Will called me his 'pretty mama' the other day. Yes, I did eat it up. And I only asked him to repeat it 7 times. I'm only marginally desperate. :laugh5: It is doubly sweet, actually, because he hears his daddy use that phrase for me. :blush4:

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8 comments so far.

8.

2 years ago

Aww. You are a pretty mama. Yay for down 3. That's cause for celebration!

by EPMOMMA

EPMOMMA

7.

2 years ago

It's thankfully just a minor cold that is more annoyance than anything. Worst thing is the tiredness. To her credit Garbo in mother cat mode does make me feel better though.

by JAY

JAY

6.

2 years ago

It's a very specific craving, not just salty but also sour and crunchy. I should just get one of those 50 pound salt licks and be done with it. :D

by JAY

JAY

5.

2 years ago

Well, at least I like to believe I live by my the same rules. I had cake this afternoon because I wanted to. That said it was a very late lunch and so dinner will be light to nonexistent tonight.

by JAY

JAY

4.

2 years ago

I wonder how many rock-&-roll songs employ the phrase "pretty mama"? For some reason, Steve Miller comes to mind (in that "Mercury" song; do you know it?).

Congrats on being down 3 lbs.!

You could do the IC diet w/o even blinking if you had the symptoms I've been having. :laugh5: The thing I'm having the most trouble with is no carbonated beverages; I do complain about that one! And at some point, I'm going to start dying over the alcohol prohibition. I don't drink that much, but when I do, it's b/c I really want it!

by CLOE

CLOE

3.

2 years ago

Too cute, what your son said! :)

by PIRATENINJA85

PIRATENINJA85

2.

2 years ago

Woo hoo! Pretty mama in a tight skirt! :)

My "problem" with Burns, such that it is, is simply that I think cognitive therapy over-extends itself much like Freudian therapy once did. It's fine for some things and helpful at times but Burns struck me as one of those "if all I have is a hammer everything is a nail" types. Any. Hoo.

by JAY

JAY

1.

2 years ago

Good, good, good!

by MUSICALMARGARET

MUSICALMARGARET