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I think the title says it all. I chose to exercise at dinner time instead of my usual 9:00 A.M. It must have thrown me off. It wouldn't be so bad except that I am supposed to start functioning at 5:00 A.M. I am yawning now, so maybe there is hope (two hours is better than nothing.)
The hubby fixed grilled halibut and mung bean noodles for dinner. There was a slight miscommunication as he used butter on the halibut (lactose intolerant two year old) instead of ghee. I had hoped the three boys could have enjoyed the fish while my A secretor self ate canned tuna. Poor guy, he felt really bad when he realized that he had left out the two year old. But at least he is trying!
Even though the hubby is not interested in changing his food choices, I appreciate him helping out with the kids, and I appreciate him cooking what I have laid out. Let's face it, when one spouse works two jobs, the last thing they have time for is to memorize a food list. I think I may start posting beneficial foods (especially the meat categories) right on the fridge door. In fact, that may just help me figure out which type of meats to buy at the store - which will hopefully please everyone. Eleven years into the marriage, and I just discovered this year that he likes grilled halibut. Eleven years. Wow.
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