I’m hungry…

I may be a little hungry, but music like the above helps me get through the day.

Both eating regularly and adjusting the amount I eat at one time are proving to be challenges. I’m used to pigging out once a day, usually late at night, and hardly eating at all the rest of the time. Now I’m supposed to be eating 6 times a day, no large quantities of anything and not eating at all for a couple of hours or so before going to sleep. I’m more or less doing it correctly, but the closer I get to perfect the better this program will work.

I “worked out” with Mistress Jackie this morning…she took it pretty easy on me, thus the quote marks. I also took a short walk later in the day.

Tonight is chicken, brown rice, spinach, salad & an apple. I could be eating a lot worse.

Weight: 281 FBS: Spaced getting it this morning, but it was 117 yesterday.

Most vegetables are something God invented to let women get even with their children. A fruit is a vegetable with looks and money. Plus, if you let fruit rot, it turns into wine, something brussels sprouts never do. –P. J. O’Rourke

7 Responses to “I’m hungry…”

  • Randy Meyer Says:

    This, too, shall pass. Still on a 1/2 lb/day reduction. Keep it up, Dick!

  • Randy Meyer Says:

    Finally watched the video. Great! I need to see if I can get a copy of the documentary.
    Keep up your effort, you’re doing fine.

  • mike dulak Says:

    Get it strait. Six meals a day is a beautiful thing. My relax to fit jeans are something special.

  • Judy G. Says:

    Thanx for the music–we’d seen it on TV and thought it was quite cool. So….we haven’t heard from you for awhile.Did Mistress Jackie overwork you? Are you still with the miserable mood (which I am sure is about chemicals in your body rearranging themselves)? You’re doing a good thing for yourself and for your many friends who want to continue enjoying you for years to come. A world without Squire? That would be like a world without Hefeweizen, hope, confetti, See’s, seas, cherries in summer, the Caffe Florian in Venice, and Carmen Miranda, “the lady in the tutti-frutti hat..”
    No fun at all. truly, madly Judy

  • Patricia Belyea Says:

    Is it the journey or the destination? Both are going to be good. Keep with it, Dick. Love, P.

  • Judy G. Says:

    I give up! But don’t you give up.xox j.

  • Joan Says:

    Where are you? We’re anxiously awaiting updates.