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carollynne wrote:Thanksgiving Day found me doing it up proud. I had 2 sons at home, and so I did a dual meal. both vegan and turkey options were available for us all. DS, my oldest and dearest was here, helped me prepare all the vegan stuff and I had a country loaf made up the night before too. Youngest son was still in Atlanta and had a field roast on his own his said.
I am sticking to my WOE pretty good. The only exceptions I made is when I give in to any candy!! I should never do that at all. Phooey, and then of course I suffer all the consequences of all that sugar too. When will I learn?
I did eat plenty yesterday for our feast, but it was all McDougall too. Even the pumpkin pie, was no animal products. The mashed potatoes were creamy with with golds it is very easy to do that. plain veggies, and sweet potato and a big green salad to begin the meal.
I felt so good after my dinner, that I dug right into the clean up. DH helped me a lot for that and so did my oldest son too.
today for black Friday, I have already had my usual BF of oats, berries, cut up potatoes with some paprika, garlic and pepper sprinkled on them. OH, then I also made up a nice juicer juice of carrots and then squeezed some oranges into the drink after the juicer did its magic work. I love carrot orange juice. Or a green smoothie..
Have a great day!!
OH, son who just got home for the holidays, told me a tremendous compliment too. He said after a while of talking to me, you have really lost wt and look good mom!
carollynne wrote:you are so very welcome LoriJenny! We will make it! HUGS to you, as Rosey would say!!
I wanted to write and say, yes, move on, and forgive yourself too. We are all only human, and fail often.
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