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6 Oct 15
Just my luck, today on a fast day they’re bringing in food for a morning meeting and a full lunch during a second meeting at Noon. I have to remain strong and stick to my fast because if I give in today I know I won’t fast the rest of the week; have to stick to a set schedule to be successful.
The worst part is during lunch I have to sit in the conference room and just drink my green tea while everyone else is eating. As Dr. Smith on Lost in Space used to say, “Oh the pain, the pain.”
It’s going to be difficult, but I’ll make it!
7 Oct 15
All power to you!
The day will come when there is even better food available, and t won’t be a Fast Day!
I made it through the meetings unscathed. Rather than tea at the lunch meeting I treated myself to 2TBSP apple cider vinegar in a large up of water. Almost as good as free food!
That is excellent! Another fast day under your belt. Cheers!
23 Nov 15
Hey its good way of coping, I totally relate to that
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