Considering my mostly inactive day my sugars have been mostly good. I ate well today which always helps too. I need to stick to a good diet and not give in to the wrong foods that can oh so tempt me. I managed to start using my ankle some today. I am so glad to be able to move more without crutches. I got a ride to Whole Foods and hobbled to the salad bar and made a great salad with spinach, mixed baby greens, chicken, carrots, cucumbers and garbanzo beans I added a small bit of their Greek vinegarette. Oh and a small whole wheat roll. And for dessert a Honey Crisp apple. I love salads! Well, here is hoping for an even better day tomorrow!

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Comment by debb on February 1, 2009 at 4:06am
glad to hear that you are doing better amy. that salad sounded good.

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