Showiestodin

I had gotten complacent with myself

Blog Post created by Showiestodin on Oct 9, 2017

Hello EX Family. I am wishing all is well with everyone. I am doing good. I have a a decently productive day. I washed my clothes. Baked a German Chocolate Cake and a Plain Classic Yellow Cake. Then I made some baked chicken tenders, mixed veggies and roasted mixed root vegetables. My Mom brought me a rotisserie chicken back from our local grocery store. It turned out to be  nice lunch. 

 

You all will be happy to know that my blood glucose (BG) levels are in normal to just a tad high mostly staying in the normal's now. Boy oh boy am I relieved and just proud of my self for pulling it altogether. Getting myself on track with BG is a blessing. I can now see about turning on the treadmill and stay at it at least once to twice a day. I also am going to do the exercises I did while in physical therapy. That really made a difference. I am not going to bite off more than I can chew. But at the same time I am not going to be sitting idle not doing anything. Which is so easy to do when you love to read as much as I do. 

 

I've lost 6 lbs. this past month according to my [PCP (Primary care physician)] Doctor. I had gotten complacent with myself. Content just reading and cooking trying to walk the treadmill. Now that I have this much set into motion, it is time to en-corporate the physical therapy exercises that made me feel stronger. 

 

I have already been changing the menu to cleaner foods. I have been measuring my food before it goes onto my plate. I use to do that all the time. Some how I got away from all those good habits. Not anymore. I'm back baby! On the right track. I am so grateful and thankful for this opportunity to be good to myself. 

 

I bought a  NKJ version Bible. The writing is a lot easier to read and to comprehend. I have started reading in the book of John. My Mom says that is where our Pastor starts Newbies. I decided that I would read according to Pastors guide.

 

I saved the best for last, tomorrow I'll be starting my 40th DOF !!!   

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