Cooking and Cold Feet 11.11.2011

Looks like the temps will make it up to 51 today even though we have wind gusts between 15 and 29 mph.  The tree in the backyard is almost bare again.  I usually sweep up all the leaves into beyond my fence, but this time I will just leave them on the dirt.  Maybe the decomposed leaves will add to the little soil that I have.


My co-worker was sick yesterday so I worked  9 hours instead of my usual 6 during the  week.  So today, while I had the time, I cooked some meat for the next couple of days.  I still have kabocha and cauliflower that I cooked the other day.  Saturdays I work 11 hours, so there is not much time to cook and I sure don't feel like it when I finally make it home.


This is diced up chicken with onions, garlic, ginger, pepper, sea salt, Braggs amino, and home-made taco seasoning.  I ended up with a nice brown gravy and will probably put it over some Miracle Noodles.


When I weighed myself this morning, I was down to 171.2 pounds...will I ever reach 160?  I sure hope so!!

One thing I've noticed is that the more weight I lose the less tolerant I am of cold.  Last night I was freezing at work and my feet were ice cold.  Time to get out the Bates Boots.  I'll be damned if I'll freeze my tootsies off tonight!



I hope that everyone has a great weekend.

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