Saturday, July 05, 2008

Report on the festive, shindig, eating event.

First and foremost let me answer a question that was asked about my pics that I posted earlier. I recently bought myself a Canon Digital Rebel XSI as a reward for a weight loss accomplishment. I'm having a blast taking pictures in a variety of different locations, lighting and whatnot. I was quite happy with my fireworks pics from last night.

Well, best laid plans. Well, I can honestly say that I probably would have done worse in previous years. NOt that that is any consolation. But that's all I can say. I'm thinking that I'm going to simply ignore the scales until Tuesday morning and just focus on keeping myself on track with my eating. Oh yeah...and exercise like a banshee!!!! I don't even want to go into what I ate...all though I will say that the 'jello cake' was scrumptious. I have been so hungry for one for a while. It was one of my grandmothers favorites. A jello cake......take a regular cake in a pan, poke holes in it. Prepare a box of jello as directed on the package and pour the unjelled jello over the cake. Put in refridge. Cover with cool whip. SO, I got the bright idea that I could make the diet coke cake. Then going one step further I could use fat free/sugar free jello. ANd of course I used fat free cool whip. I was a bit nervous because there are a few things that the fat free and sugar free stuff just doesn't cut it. BUT this was soooo goood! Yeah, I ate a little bit too much cake.

3 comments:

Michelle said...

Sometimes with holidays we overdo it. But you've got the right plan, getting back on track and upping the exercise to help. Great pictures too!

MizFit said...

I second your ignoring the scales for a bit and just focusing on the eating and drinking plenty of water to flush your system!

you wont gain since youre AWARE and getting back on track!

M.

Deborah said...

What's done is done and I'm glad you enjoyed the cake. I had forgotten about that wonderful cake, yummm. That's what holidays are for, right?

I agree that ignoring the scales for a couple of days is the smart thing to do. Glad you're back track with the food and exercise now.