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Old 12-05-2011, 09:49 PM   #801
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chocolate frosted donut and coffee
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:39 PM   #802
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Lately my thing has been a half English muffin with a small smear of PB&J. Several days a week I take a 9 a.m. exercise class, and especially when it is pilates, I don't like to eat before. So quite often I "brunch", that is to say I just eat a lunch type meal at 10:30-11:00 a.m.
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Old 12-06-2011, 02:55 AM   #803
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Mashed potato patties fried in goose fat.
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:19 AM   #804
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A bowl of Kashi Go Lean cereal with milk and sliced strawberries - the first of the season from the farm stand.
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:31 AM   #805
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Cinnamon ROll Cake

Made this Sunday and it was a winner, tasted great warm and still good the next day. Easy to make and less time then cinamon rolls. Thank to this person -

cookin' up north: Cinnamon Roll Cake
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:49 PM   #806
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Great grains pean cereal with skim milk & coffee, oh & a couple of mini crullers donuts.
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Old 12-06-2011, 08:19 PM   #807
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Well, for the past three days, hospital food without salt or butter. Oh joy. Can life get anymore exciting?
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Old 12-06-2011, 08:27 PM   #808
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Well, for the past three days, hospital food without salt or butter. Oh joy. Can life get anymore exciting?
Oh no, Addie! Are you OK? When do you come home? What happened?
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Old 12-06-2011, 08:38 PM   #809
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Partly. I have been working really hard on getting all my numbers down. But I failed to tell anyone important what I was doing. Like my doctor. My A1c for diabetes was 6.0. Perfect. Cholesterol numbers were right on the money. And my blood pressure went down also. In fact it went down so much, the top number was in the 80's. As a result, my heart was working too hard, and I was having a hard time staying conscious. So while I was in the hospital, they ran all kinds of tests, and adjusted my meds accordingly. They even checked my blood vessels to see if the five stents I had were still working. I am in good shape there also.

I am home now and all is well. I went in Saturday and came home today. I really feel good. I even lost some weight. Lesson learned. Scared the heck out of everyone in the building though. Anytime a heart patient here in Boston calls for an ambulance, they always send two ambulances. One for backup and one for the patient. And If there is a lot traffic, the second one is used to create openings for the one with the actual patient in it. When they saw two ambulances, they though there had been an accident somewhere. Nope, just little ole me.
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Old 12-06-2011, 08:50 PM   #810
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Partly. I have been working really hard on getting all my numbers down. But I failed to tell anyone important what I was doing. Like my doctor. My A1c for diabetes was 6.0. Perfect. Cholesterol numbers were right on the money. And my blood pressure went down also. In fact it went down so much, the top number was in the 80's. As a result, my heart was working too hard, and I was having a hard time staying conscious. So while I was in the hospital, they ran all kinds of tests, and adjusted my meds accordingly. They even checked my blood vessels to see if the five stents I had were still working. I am in good shape there also.

I am home now and all is well. I went in Saturday and came home today. I really feel good. I even lost some weight. Lesson learned. Scared the heck out of everyone in the building though. Anytime a heart patient here in Boston calls for an ambulance, they always send two ambulances. One for backup and one for the patient. And If there is a lot traffic, the second one is used to create openings for the one with the actual patient in it. When they saw two ambulances, they though there had been an accident somewhere. Nope, just little ole me.
Well, thank goodness you're doing OK and feeling better! Welcome back!
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