There was plenty for dinner (for 2,) plus I put 2 servings in the freezer for lunches. I used pork loin chops instead of a whole pork loin. It cooked a little faster and I don't think it tasted any different.
But I got my bike tire taken care of...maybe. My back tire has a different valve stem and it doesn't seem to be quite long enough. There's a screw thingie on it that I didn't know could come off and when it does, the tire will pump up all the way.
I also have really little tires that pump up to 145 psi. the guy at the bike store says 125 should do it, but if I can get them to 145...nice. So we'll try for 125 and see if that works.
The dogwood are blooming and the pollen is so bad it looks like it's snowing...my eyes itch.
So...even with itchy eyes and a (hopefully) short meeting after school tomorrow, I'm taking my stuff to ride after school.
this is from "Being Conservative" on facebook:
So we're sending 1200 UNARMED National Guardsmen to help secure our southern border. Only Obama could look at our border security problem and determine the solution is more paper pushers.
I was sleepy (groggy but cannot nap) and my head feels like it's stuffed with soggy cotton balls.
I think it's the "post-vacation eating plan blues".
I did not eat badly on vacation. It is difficult to eat low-carb on vacation. I ate plenty of veggies and fruit, but indulged in wheat and other higher carb goodies on days that I knew I'd be walking.
But the first few days of low-carb (I'm shooting for under 75 net grams of carb per day) I feel a little mentally out of it. I don't hit ketosis until around day 3 of under 50net, so I'm not planning on that. Friday and Saturday I'll knock it back to 30net, then increase it again for the week.
I am committed to eating a good mix of fruits and vegetables - and I can't do that on an "Atkins Induction" sort of plan. Anything under 100 net grams of carbs is considered "low" and my endocrinologist put me at 135.
I will eat 1 serving of dairy per day, options are cheese, yogurt and kefir