Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Day 174

Thanks for all the info. on things bought this weekend. I took the pedometer & heart rate monitor back last month. They are picky with returning things here so I wanted to get it back since it was so much money.

I swear I am the most indecisive person when it comes to spending more then $20 on myself. I will go back and forth forever worrying about spending money & getting a piece of crap. I should have a heart rate monitor by now but I can't make up my mind.

My eating has been better the last two days. This weekend not so much. We went out for Greek food Friday night. Saturday lunch was Popeye's and dinner was the Tea Garden. That is about two more times a week then I like to eat out. I try for no more then once a week. Here are pictures from the Tea Garden...

Egg Drop soup.. I love this stuff.

My dinner which was chicken & veggies. I did not know that it came with so much sauce. Here I thought I was getting just chicken & veggies. Next time I will attempt to order with out sauce.

On the other hand when I go to the Greek restaurant it is a loss cause. I love there lamb. I order mine without the bone. It is soo juicy. I have never had anything like it. Then the wine leaves. You can't even imagine. It's all so good. I wish they had food like this in states.

"Bad habits are like chains that are too light to feel until they are too heavy to carry." -Warren Buffet


Sunshine Mama said...

My husband likes egg drop soup too.

That is a lot of sauce, maybe order it on the side next time. It sounds like they may not have Dairy Queen, but they definitely have good food in Germany. I suppose there is always a trade off.

But that dish looks delicious, sauce and all.

LadyRaven said...

you generally dont have to worry about the sauce, its normally soy sauce and either hoisin or oyster sauce (depending on what you ordered)and normalyl with chinese food you cant order the sauce on the side as it is stir fried with the sauce.

Tiff said...

That food looks yummy! I know I've said this before, but I love the quotes that are always at the end of your posts- SO GREAT! Thanks for the words of encouragement lately btw :)

Lacey said...

Mmmmmm that food looks and sounds so good! Now I'm going to have to hunt for a Greek restaurant around here. I've never had lamb before... ;-)

Fran said...

Love the food pics, it looks delicious.

I'm not a hugh fan of Greek food, I prefer Italian more which I'm having next Thursday. Already looking forward to that.

Come on girl: buy that heart rate monitor for yourself, you so deserve to have that for you!

dawne said...

BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are worth it.