I can't remember if I took my antibiotic this morning and then forgot I had already taken it when I went to take it later, or if I forgot to put it in with my vitamins all together.
Then, thirty-eight minutes, fifty-nine and 44/100 seconds ago, I made some tea. I know exactly how long ago I did this because I turned on my watch timer so I would know to go back for the tea in three to five minutes. And it's now thirty-eight minutes and fifty-nine and 44/10 seconds later. It's very strong tea. It wasn't even hot any more.
And now, I realized I completely forgot to do the post I meant to do yesterday. I had a graphic and everything. I think it's all the crack I've been smoking. I blame the Gazelle.
So, anyhow, here's what I meant to do yesterday:
This is a screen shot that I laboriously converted (and just where did my MS Paint program go, anyway?) into something that could be posted here. It is a screen shot from my Nutridiary program in which I keep my food diary. (By the way, I finally found out that nobody runs this site any more so you can not upgrade. How bizarre is that?) I wanted to get a "clean" report where I wasn't worried it was picking up a partial day ("you have 1,000 extra calories today -- congratulations!"), and I finally managed it.
As you can see, I had two days in November where I ate exactly what I was supposed to be expending. There were probably cookies involved (and I really do not have a sweet tooth so it's odd). The green blips up are where I exercised; my calorie intake tends to go up correspondingly. It's kind of cool to see it laid out like this, plus I like the summary up top.
Last night I did keep my resolution not to eat so that I was stuffed. I baked a chicken breast, had exploding rice, corn, and even a salad. After all that, I even left about 200 calories unconsumed for the day. I thought about having a 100 calorie pudding snack but in the end I did not and I didn't miss it.
I am missing my lunch, however, so I will go eat that. And try to find some room between my ears for things like work.