Monday, July 27, 2009

I need another weekend...

I had a very busy weekend! I went to Newport, RI with two friends on Saturday. It was a gorgeous day. Then after lunch at a Greek festival, we went wine tasting at Greenvale Vineyards. There was a jazz band there. Then there was Toby Keith Sunday. We tail gated for 4 hours until the cops made us pack up. Probably to make us buy $9 beers. Food choices: I did the best I could. I skipped the yummy looking Greek desserts at the festival though I did get enchiladas at La Paloma for dinner on Saturday. On Sunday, I just tried to eat what I wanted and not go overboard. I tried to refrain from drinking too much and not totally over do it on my choices. I will be weighing in early tomorrow as I am going to AC/DC tomorrow night at Gillette Stadium! Two concerts this week make me a tired gal. Mood wise: I am doing OK. My appointment Friday went well. We talked about how far I have come in my battle with low self esteem and depression. She commented on how I am now getting out more and my whole attitude has changed. I started to beat myself up for my weight gain, bad thinking, etc but she reminded me that I have come along way. It is still a struggle and at times I just want to revert to my loner ways but I am clicking with people. I am not afraid to voice my opinion. I have been making friends and not pushed them away. That is progress. No time with R this weekend though.
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  1. It was a beautiful weekend for a vineyard visit and concert.

    If you're ever looking for a good positive thinking book, I read "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise Hay and it helped me a lot with a lot of things. It's a quick read. She really helps with total self acceptance and thinking positive thoughts to bring about change.

    Sounds like you've coming a long way already...I know you can do it!

  2. I love the transition from the jazz band to the Toby Keith to the AC/DC - it sounds like one of my weekends, full of things that don't really belong together. :-)


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