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Old 11-11-2004, 01:57 PM   #451
 
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juliev, that sounds so good--and healthy!!!
it was good and was different. I'm sick of the same old, same old. I got stuck on the phone for over two hours.. so it was easy too.
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Old 11-11-2004, 01:57 PM   #452
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Sounds good, jv. I was thinking about having chili, but a grilled cheese sandwich is what I want now. But maybe I will have tuna fish. You see I am having one of those indecisive days.
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Sounds good, jv. I was thinking about having chili, but a grilled cheese sandwich is what I want now. But maybe I will have tuna fish. You see I am having one of those indecisive days.
my days are always indecisive. lol.. like yesterday, I didn't eat until after 7pm. That was the first thing I had all day.
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Oh, jv, I could not have done that. I don't have to eat huge meals, but I have to eat something. I get cranky, if I don't eat.
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Oh, jv, I could not have done that. I don't have to eat huge meals, but I have to eat something. I get cranky, if I don't eat.
look out when Sierra gets cranky.. j/k.. I get the same way.. especially if I have lots of coffee without eating.
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Oh, jv, I could not have done that. I don't have to eat huge meals, but I have to eat something. I get cranky, if I don't eat.
I'm the same way, too--cranky and a headache. And if I wait too long, it's obvious! My DH doesn't eat breakfast and I could never do without something!
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Oh, jv, I could not have done that. I don't have to eat huge meals, but I have to eat something. I get cranky, if I don't eat.
I'm the same way, too--cranky and a headache. And if I wait too long, it's obvious! My DH doesn't eat breakfast and I could never do without something!
some people say breakfast is the most important meal, then some others say that lunch is important too.. what do you guys think.. I think breakfast is.
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breakfast is probably the healthiest to load up on, but i rarely eat more than a bit of what i chop for the birds. lunch is usually leftovers that i eat around 1030am. dinner is my fav meal, but unless you go to the gym late at night, it's probably the least healthy to eat the biggest meal of the day...
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Oh, jv, I could not have done that. I don't have to eat huge meals, but I have to eat something. I get cranky, if I don't eat.
I'm the same way, too--cranky and a headache. And if I wait too long, it's obvious! My DH doesn't eat breakfast and I could never do without something!
some people say breakfast is the most important meal, then some others say that lunch is important too.. what do you guys thing.. I think breakfast is.
I agree that breakfast is probably the most important meal of the day. My doctor told me that it is better to eat small, healthy snacks throughout the day then to eat a big lunch. I try to eat a balanced dinner, but sometimes it is hard because I get home from work and don't always feel like cooking.
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I have to tell ya.. I am going to get a croissant (sp?) tomorrow morning and eat it in the car with a large coffee.
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