Monday, June 14, 2010

145. Not as much as I had hoped.

Those steak days are rad and I am glad they work. Now for a busy day of eating more protein and exercise.
Lunch: I ate yummy salad with cheese, broccoli, carrots, tuna and sunflower seeds mixed with Waldon farms Ranch dressing. Yogurt with almonds mixed in also.
Jer and I made Chocolate crack that had dried blueberries and almonds broken into it. Jer made them and now I just hope that he will eat what he helped to create. (Recipe is one that I can send if you ask for it).
Dinner: I made the most yummy spaghetti sauce with lots of onions, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower,a cube of cream cheese and quinoa, I ate it without the noddles that everyone else in the house got. This is following Dr Simeons protocol menu for being off of the HCG drops that helps to set your weight during the maintenance phase. The rule is to have no starches, such as breads, potatoes, rice, corn and peas. Quinoa is actually pushing it a bit but it's protein rate is higher then it's starch rate so I am trying it. The only thing is that it was so yummy that I ate 3 bowls so I most likely undid the steak day.
Miles: Ran 2 and walked 1.5
I did exercise of a new kind, lets call it a form of weight lifting with heavy muddy boots. I wore my hubby's mine irrigation boots (steel toes if only I had known) to take care of his field watering job in our new hay field. After an hour my thighs were so dang tired and I still had to walk a mile back to the car.

My boys watching me get started with the water moving, they have to open gates when I signal to them.
Me and my lovely Hubbys HEAVY boots.
UP close with the mud washing off so I can keep walking.
Silly boys your supposed to keep the boots empty of the water not fill them up so you have to dump them.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like so much fun. You look AWESOME!!!! Thanks for showing us. That definitely counts as weight lifting.