Sorry t hear of her problems. It is obvious that she is blessed to have parents that still think of her and care for her well being-maybe next year. I have not been out yet this year, water is still cold, and the weather is back to normal after the few weeks of 70-80. I also have to learn how to roll the yak, as I did it in a storm last October, and couldn't recover-had to swim the yak 100 yards to shore. I will also be outfitted better with a bilge pump next time. Scarey, but I did not panic, and was lucky enough to have had my farmer johns on for the first time.View Thread
Photo, I have not been at this as long as you, but do know that I should never eat my starches at night. That bag of popcorn is best before 8. I used to love sandwiches for lunch or dinner, but now limit them to mid day, and only 1/2 of a sandwich if out like at Pannera. I stick to a salad, or protein and veggies at night-passing on all starches. Numbers? I don't test. However, my working in the shop, exercise on a regular basis, and the strict diet does not require testing-this from my dr.
I had a bite of my wifes Lemon Meringue pie the other day-yech tasted like soap! I get so little in sugar anymore that most sweets do not hold a threat to me anymore. Still do the piece of dark chocolate though.View Thread
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