DID adventure at the dietician

This morning I went to see my nutritionist. I love her. She weighed me though-- I have lost more weight. She isn't exactly thrilled with me. I did an ok job recording in my food logs, but she says that we ALL have to write down what we eat, no matter how old we are or who is eating or how we write. Even MAE has to write down what she eats. Our food logs were all disorganized. I tried to explain, this is how my whole life is-- all disorganized and we all can't remember stuff, we forget stuff all the time. During the appointment, we were switching and there were 3 of us trying to talk. I dont know if we even made sense the whole appointment. My Nutritionist says if the boys want to eat meat, I need to eat meat. Yuck. I told her the boys can eat ALL the meat they want on their OWN time. I am not going to eat meat. Its just wrong. AAAGHHHH.I remember ending up curling up on the couch in her pillows trying to disappear while we argued over how I think I am fat and she says I am not.
She's going to tell my T how I lost weight. My T is going to kill me.
I have to go back in 10 days for another check in with my nutritionist. Wheeee.

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this story is really beneficial to us right now, thank you for sharing with us

peace and gentle hugs


This one hit home, in a big way. Miss chatting with you on yahoo. Let me know when you're online. Diane

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