Mary, do not invite the Christmas snow back! LOL What's funny is that as I type this, we are having a light snowfall, but it's not sticking. Nice, simple goals you have today!
Bea, What a wonderful job you're doing! Quite a loss since your start of 2/28!
Debbie, you certainly had a lot of pep and determination yesterday! Oh, my, you put me to shame with your exercise. You should be really proud of yourself--and your scale is showing how hard you've worked. Great job on the calorie management, too! My stew did turn out yummy. It was just a dump and taste--no real recipe. The sauce thinned out a little more than I intended. The solution is simple: next time drain the cooked veggies more thoroughly before combining with the chicken and Classico Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo sauce. But DH said it was just fine the way it was and it's a keeper. Oh, yum, chicken taco salad sounds yummy! I don't have any more chicken, but I may add some Southwestern seasoning to some leftover chicken stew and sprinkle on some cheese and sour cream.
Jenn, don't forget to give yourself credit for the things you DID accomplish. Kudos on the water and best wishes on the stress management. Big hug to ya!
Jenai, kudos on your tuna casserole makeover. Wow, that's really thinking outside the box. My Mom always added peas to tuna casserole, but I found it yummy to use broccoli or green beans to save carbs. I wish DH liked cooked squash and zucchini. He likes them only in baked goods. I hope you're enjoying your new house. Kudos on your bp being good and best wishes on your other test results. I'm going tomorrow for my routine labs. Let us know how yours came out. How do you like your new doctor?
Aimee, you're showing a really nice loss since 1/15! Congratulations!
Libby, best wishes on the purse--I've seen some really pretty ones in stores. Also best wishes on getting back to eating on plan and exercising. It really does make a difference in energy and clarity of thinking. I can tell the difference when I'm off track, too.