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Kind of wanted pizza today

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Yep, you heard that right. This afternoon, at work, I was thinking that a pizza sounded good. Thought I'd stop and pick one up on my way home, eat one piece for dinner (practicing my slow eating, stopping when I was full principles). That was the plan anyhow.

When I got off work, I headed in that direction. When I got to the stop light where I could either make a left and go get the pizza or go straight and go home, I told myself to just go home. By that time pizza didn't sound all that good anyhow. And I must admit, I wasn't sure if I could really eat just one or two pieces. It may be a bit early in the game to try that experiment.

Ideally, a person should be able to eat just one or two pieces of pizza and be satisfied...just not sure if I'm there yet. And you know what? It's not like pizza is going to disappear from the face of the earth. So I didn't eat it today. It'll still be around tomorrow or next week or next month... emoticon
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  • no profile photo NOWWHAT7
    Wow, I love that you said NO to pizza. I can't eat only one or two slices either. emoticon
    2925 days ago
  • MARTY19
    emoticon I cannot have just one piece of pizza.

    Marty
    2928 days ago
  • WILLOW49
    You made a wise choice! emoticon
    2928 days ago
  • ADELE66
    Making good choices - that's the name of the game!

    Well done you!

    :o)
    2929 days ago
  • DEBANNE1124
    I do eat pizza but have downsized them. i get the thinnest crust & usually combination with lots of veggies and very little cheese and 1 piece is all i have. I don't binge like i used to.

    I give you lots of credit for skipping it thogh. Good job!
    2929 days ago
  • CAROL-
    Good for you recognizing your not quite ready to take that step! You are doing fantastic! emoticon
    2929 days ago
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