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Old 11-11-2004, 02:19 PM   #461
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lunch

Warm bowl of home made veggie beef soup
and a piece of toast lightly buttered.

We'll be having the same thing for dinner too.

YUMMY
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Old 11-11-2004, 02:21 PM   #462
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I think it's important to eat breakfast only if you eat something good. I try to do healthy cereal, some fresh fruit if something I like is in season or oatmeal. If you eat donuts or McD's every morning, it probably doesn't do you much good. That doesn't mean that I don't like them for a treat every once in a long while!

Lunch is my hardest meal. I try to bring things to work that I can pick on throughout the day. That seems to help.
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I vary rarely eat a doughnut for breakfast, unless if I'm in a hurry for something and I can just drop by and pick one up from some place. Do you think croissants are bad for ya?
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I wouldn't have one every day (they're full of butter), but once in a while can't hurt. I'm all about moderation! Croissants are so yummy. Have it with some yogurt or a piece of fruit and it's a good breakfast.
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I wouldn't have one every day (they're full of butter), but once in a while can't hurt. I'm all about moderation! Croissants are so yummy. Have it with some yogurt or a piece of fruit and it's a good breakfast.
I'm definitely having one tomorrow morning... I'll bring a McIntosh apple with me.. lol
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I'm going to make a BLT at some point..I think that's it.. big glass of milk.
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Looks like a ham & cheese omelet today. Maybe with some green onions thrown in too.
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Old 11-12-2004, 11:27 AM   #468
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lol, up chopping late again last night crewsk??????????????
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No, I still have a few whole green onions in the fridge & I need to use them. I think I may have a late lunch today. I'm not even getting hungry yet. But I did stay up & read & drink some more hot cocoa w/ Irish cream.
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Oh bucky, meant to mention earlier...love the tag line today. Last Resort?
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