I have tried filling our time so that food is not the only thing on my mind. Is that just me? The last couple of days I have had the pleasure to hang out with my super cute nieces Maddie & Saige.
Yesterday Gramma took us to "Color Me Mine" to paint some pottery. We had so much fun! I painted a cute little bear for my Hanna-bear (finished products will have pictures next week).
Just a few of my cute family, mom (gramma), Saige, & Maddie.
The high from yesterday's weigh in has left, and has been replaced by the feeling of fear. I guess this is an expected feeling whenever you are making a major change in your life. I get scared that I won't be able to handle myself, that I will go on an eating binge and get crazy. It doesn't help that I am out of my comfort zone by not being in my own house.
I know I've been waiting too long to eat and that makes me feel queasy. If I had Health Insurance I would go to the Dr. and try and get tested for Type 2 Diabetes, but I was hoping that I could shed some pounds and then the low/high blood sugar thing would stabilize. Sorry, I hate putting negative issues out there because I am a very positive person, but I guess sometimes you just gotta let it out.I also think being away from my husband takes a toll on me (if your reading Dustin, here is my plug that you should drive down next week!).
Tomorrow is a new day (and I still have the rest of today to make good food decisions). I am continually trying to find a positive to every negative thought that comes into my head.
How do you turn your negative into a positive?