Sally Jean, I love you.
Today was Weight Watchers day, and I was down two more pounds! This brings my total to 45–those little losses, week after week, month after month, definitely add up. 🙂 I am very grateful, of course, not just for the program and my success so far, but for what didn’t happen, but surely would have if I hadn’t chosen to return to the plan I knew would work for me. I might have been 45 pounds heavier by now, perish the thought.
Jen had a wonderful time on her trip to Scotland, though naturally she’s tired and still suffering from jet-lag. She did attend WW with me this morning and guess what–after all that traveling, she not only hadn’t gained any weight, she’d lost just under a pound. Pretty good, me thinks.
As is our custom, Wendy, Jen and I went to lunch after the meeting–we were starved, since none of us like to eat before we weigh in. Silly, I know, but that’s the nature of the beast. Lots of members want to be weighed on the same scale every week–I have plenty of quirks, but that isn’t one of them. 🙂 After lunch, I shopped for groceries, a task I’ve been putting off for days, and now have a lot of healthy stuff on hand, such as raw vegetables (which, fortunately, I love), low-fat hamburger, etc. I have a new discovery to report, too–Torani’s sugar-free syrups. They’re designed to add to coffee, but I like to put the salted carmel or black cherry in a big glass of my favorite soda, RC Cola-10. The Irish Cream flavor is great in a mug of java–and not a single calorie to count. (The RC, obviously, has 10 calories.)
Last week’s winners, hang in there. Your prizes will go out tomorrow. Just a note regarding contests: If you didn’t get an email informing you that you’d won, you didn’t win, even if you happen to have the same name as someone who did. We seem to have some confusion going on this time. 🙂 As usual, new winners will be chosen and announced on Friday.
Due to those computer problems I told you about on Monday, and the time it took to straighten them out, I didn’t get much writing done this week. I hope to do better tomorrow and Friday.
I’m listening to a book about reincarnation, Dr. Brian Weiss’s new one. Very interesting.
enjoy its energy. I do regret that I didn’t know about gemstones and crystals and pyramids when I was younger, but I was too busy being skeptical, I guess. 🙂
Be well, be brave, and be kind.
Happy Birthday, Sally Lang
Sally Jean, I love you.
The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is a #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels, most of which reflect her love of the West.
Raised in Northport, Washington, Linda pursued her wanderlust, living in London and Arizona and traveling the world before returning to the state of her birth to settle down on a horse property outside Spokane.