Guys, I loved all the additions you all put in, in the last blog. One I may have forgotten...too lazy to go back and look right now--- is the phrase "change up". Please. Just say change. WHY is the word "up" such a grand additions? This awful phrase has been going on a good six years or more. But who's counting, right? The ol' "having said that" is right up there too!!
I had included all my loathed words in the last paragraph of my last blog, trying to be funny. *Whispers*... I don't think anyone noticed my feeble attempts.
Ennyhoo, I love reading your own "suddenly tired of" phrases and please use my blog to add them in any time you feel like it. Doesn't matter the subject matter I may have posted about. Tired phrases are always fun to read as we see we're not alone!
This just in ;-) Sitting here with my bottle of A&W diet root beer. Slugging away at it and almost done.
Oh. Meant to say...I started a diet about three weeks ago. One thing I wound up doing from the git-go was cease any bread/sandwiches/baked goods. Not sure why I did that. They are not evil. I think I was trying to cut the intake of carbs and that seemed to be a good way. Simple carbs. Not complex carbs though I have not had hardly any taters in those three weeks. I love potatoes in any form except potato soup. So it HAS been a little bit harder for me to avoid much of those however. Sugary type things are easier to avoid because the craving goes away after several weeks of having none. I do have fruit smoothies though and a banana to hold me when I am extra hungry. I dislike bananas, but I will eat them when I am desperate.
It's lunch time and I believe I will head into the kitchen and have my strawberry smoothie. I use a cup of skim milk, 2 T of Hersey's Lite chocolate syrup at 40 calories for two T., a cup of cut up fresh strawberries (I have found some great ones in a local store that taste GOOD! Not like the wooden tasting hard things in other places), a sweetener packet, some ice cubes and turn the blender on. Um Um Good.
My usual mish mash of talking. I feel as though I am sitting at the kitchen table with you.