Clean feet and a well earned rest
James is shooting off after breakfast this morning as he has some chores to to when he gets home, I have a piece of sirloin to roast for lunch and for dinner we will have it cold with some left over Turkish salad. I must admit that this is where I will miss my Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes but I am standing firm as I have so little weight still to loose and I want if off by Christmas.
Next week looks like being pretty busy as we will be having Shiona over for shooting Wednesday , Thursday we are taking Sandi and David to Kings college hospital for 7am then on Friday I am off to Rigby and Peller to have a bra fitted for the first time in my life I may actually get one that fits correctly. The Blacksmith is also coming to measure up for the railings which Mike will supervise as I will be out.
Now a question for Anne is there a proportion of fat meals to non fat meals required on this diet or are you at liberty to eat the meal of your choice? The recipe book I have divides the meals into phase 1 2 3 but doesn't make clear the difference, or the length of time for each phase apart from 1 which is a week. I was a little worried about changing horses mid stream but it is fairly similar in design to what we have been doing with the addition of the fat meals and carb meals. It does go on about craving food, which I don't do, yes I get hungry but I don't crave carbs or fats.
I think today will be a pottering and pampering day I feel a long soak in the bath coming on which will take some of the ache out of the old muscles. The are, where the shoot is, some pretty steep climbs one of which has the nick name "heart attack hill", fortunately I usually draw a position only half way up but that is enough for me. This is the hill that I slid down on my bum the first time Basso saw a bird fall and decided to go and get it and I got dragged bodily behind him. However, that is one lesson learned, this time he stood his ground until he was sent to pick up the bird and I remained vertical. There was one lovely incident on the last drive Basso out ran and fetched another dogs bird which I threw in the back of the truck. The deprived dog then jumped into the truck retrieved the bird and took it to his owner. They really are quite funny!!!
Anyway time I got on with some chores I just abandoned everything last night so all the muddy stuff needs sorting out and I think the washing machine will be working overtime today.