jaime30024's Journal, 05 September 2013

Okay so back into Onederland. It is 16 days until the wedding and I think I said I wanted to try to make it to at least 197. I am working at it. One thing I can tell with all of the running and the biking I think my body has changed some. I think I have fewer inches now than I did at 193...I don't know it could be in my head. Either way I will keep at it.

Okay not doing GREAT at cutting out dairy and processed foods for a week. However, maybe that is what is jumping things...I don't know. I did not have my heavy whipping cream in coffee yesterday or my cream cheese with breakfast. However, I did have mayonnaise (that is processed) and I did have a piece of bacon (processed) and I did have some pork skins so I am still not great. However, my carbs are low so I am not going to complain. Not sure if butter counts as processed. I wonder if Amish butter would count...since it is more along the lines of fresh...not sure. Suggestions are welcome my FS buddies.

I do know that I do not think I could forgo cheese forever. I added the cream cheese in the morning with my breakfast back when I was stalling and it moved the scale. Now it looks like taking it out is going to mix it up again and maybe move the scale..crazy

So on to the erribly sad news...we lost one of our chihuahua's yesterday. I have seen a badger in our back yard once...very mean and under a trailer...it was trying to attack the pipe that I was using to prod it. Don't ask me how it got into our fenced yard, but anyway....I don't know if that is what got her. All I know is that they were outside and I called them to come eat and Thelma didn't come and Lucy kept coming halfway to me and walking back to the backyard again; like she was trying to get me to come back there. I walked back there and found Thelma. Lucy had been standing watch over her. I cannot imagine Lucy doing that to Thelma and especially the way she would not leave her back there alone. I cannot tell my daughter right now as she only has a month left in school. She should be home for a visit after that and I will let her know. All of the dogs were somber last night, and you could tell that they knew she was gone. Okay so that is enough of that...to think about it or talk about it too much makes me sick. That is why I had such sketchy dinner last night. I think Lucy has been the most sad as Thelma would clean her face like she was her baby. I was trying to eat something that I could keep down last night and had a difficult time. It breaks my heart and last night when they went outside Lucy was back there to the back fence sniffing around everywhere like she was trying to track something. So now I have to keep an eye out for anything in the yard and also to make sure that maybe Lucy didn't do it accidentally...although after 3-1/2 years I find it hard to believe, but I still have to be aware as heavy as it makes my heart.

Diet Calendar Entry for 05 September 2013:
1078 kcal Fat: 86.51g | Prot: 47.80g | Carb: 26.09g.   Breakfast: Fred Meyer Real Mayonnaise, Boiled Egg, John Morrell Lower Sodium Bacon. Lunch: Cabbage, Fred Meyer Real Mayonnaise, Boiled Egg, Bacon Grease. Dinner: Kirkwood Garlic Chicken. Snacks/Other: Realime 100% Lime Juice, Great Value Apple Cider Vinegar, Challenge Whipped Butter, Green Mountain Coffee French Vanilla Iced Coffee K-Cup, LouAna Pure Coconut Oil, Walden Farms Calorie Free Caramel Syrup. more...
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So sorry to hear about your dog :( It's always hard when they go and even worst when you didn't have time to prepare yourself but good on y'a for knowing that's the sort of thing that derails your healthy mojo. I'll give my pups an extra squeeze in Thelma's honour tonight. 
05 Sep 13 by member: seloader
Thank you seloader - I think I am still in a state of disbelief. None of our dogs want to go out to the back fence which is leading me more and more to believe it was the badger and they don't want to go back there. 
05 Sep 13 by member: jaime30024
I'm so sorry you lost Thelma. It really doesn't sound like Lucy would do that. A returning badger makes the most sense. Be careful out there....for your dogs and for yourself, too. I've heard that badgers pack a lot of punch/bite/meanness for their size! 
05 Sep 13 by member: Sandy701
Oh, and welcome back to Onederland! You've been missed! 
05 Sep 13 by member: Sandy701
Aw that is so sad. I extend my deepest sympathy to you. My dogs are my babies, and it hurts so bad to lose one of them. It has to be even harder not knowing your other fur-babies are safe. Sending positive supportive vibes your way. Congrats on your arrival back to onederland. 
05 Sep 13 by member: P_Reed
Sorry to hear of your loss. I doubt it would have been her companion, more likely the badger. Hope you can find it, trap it, get rid of it. And congrats on the weight loss. Hugs hun.  
05 Sep 13 by member: sarahsmum


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