I thought I better post my meal plan for the week so that I don’t get off track. I almost ran out to Costco today for a Hot Dog for supper, but thought better of it and I am at home now and have all the ingredients for dinner. I feel better, well less guilty. I can’t keep giving into my cravings. Plus, it’s now April and I HAVE to weigh in with Weight Watchers sometime this month and I am still a little bit above my “allowed” weight. Ugh. Maintenance is hard.
Monday – Hungry Girl’s S&S Chicken, Page 220 of 300 under 300
Tuesday – Portobello Burgers
Wednesday – HG’s Cheeseburger Mac Attack, Page 308 of 300 under 300
Thursday – HG’s Pepperoni Pizza Pinwheels, Page 248 of 300 under 300
Friday – Have to work the evening so I’ll bring salad to work
Saturday – Cooking class called “Simply Pizza”
Sunday – Chicken Fajitas
I had a horrible afternoon yesterday. I had just got home from Edmonton and basically just walked in the door. Peter wasn’t home, so I decided to go sweep the foot and a half of snow off my car. While I was out there, I shovelled the entire garage pad. It was hard work because the snow was wet, slushy and heavy. Hey, at least I got a work out yesterday. Anyway, when I finished, I was exhausted. All I wanted to do was have a shower and relax. Well, that’s when I realized that I had locked myself out of the house. Without my phone. Without my purse. Nothing with me, except my car keys. Normally my house keys and car keys are together, but since I had just been away, I had left the car keys at home for Peter.
I went to the neighbour’s house to call Peter, but of course he didn’t answer. I left a message but had no way of knowing if or when he received the message. I didn’t want to drive anywhere because I didn’t have my license or insurance. Plus, the alley was SO snowy and slushy, I knew I would get stuck in it, as I had several times this winter. After 2 hours of waiting, I finally decided to try getting my car out of the alley. I managed it and drove to where Peter was supposed to me. He wasn’t there. So I went to my in-laws house because I thought maybe they’d have a key. They weren’t there. So I went back home. That’s when I realized there was a note on the door saying it was unlocked. Peter had come home and unlocked it for me and left again. I couldn’t believe it. I had waited for SO LONG and then the moment I decided to leave, he showed up.
After I got in the house, I just started to cry. I couldn’t stop for about an hour. It was terrible. Then my mom called and I told her what happened and starting crying again. THEN Peter came home a few hours later and I started bawling again. It was just a horrible afternoon. I don’t even know what the big deal was, but I couldn’t stop crying. It was not a fun day.
Today has been a better day. I went to work and now I am watching Flashdance and working on my design site and business cards. I better start on dinner soon too.
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