....that's all I can say!

Well.  Not quite all.  In the past, I let one incident (or day) of veering from my "diet" divert me, depress me, and derail me.  I seem to gain weight very quickly, and so after a few days of indiscriminate and uncontrolled eating, I would pack on five to ten pounds before I knew it.  THIS time, I stopped it before that kind of weight gain happened.  I woke up the next day and ate sensibly and stayed within the Fast-5 window.  And then the next day, too.  And today is Day 3.

Phewwwwwwwwwww!  That's all I can say.

Meanwhile -
...hope I don't alienate any of my thousands of followers :)


  1. I think this is one of the true signs of recovery when we can stop it before it gets out of hand rather than our old mindset of "I've blown it, might as well do it up right". It also shows we really do value what we have worked to achieve. Well done.

    1. In a way, I'm glad it happened....because it showed me I did NOT have to "revert" like I had done so often in the past. Major hurdle overcome here.... Now I have to be careful - 'cause as the Bible says, "Pride goes before a fall....."

  2. I think it will always be a battle for me....up and down. I keep losing and gaining the same three pounds. :( I catch it much quicker are a big encouragement to me and to Sue. :)

  3. Good for you!!!
    I'm still trying to stop the "run-away train" down here.
    Please pray for me.