Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan. 
-Tom Landry
my youth at home, Sundays in autumn were pretty much the same…
to church….shrink down in the pew when my father snored during the sermon…
home and eat a big lunch…usually beef or fried chicken, potatoes and beans…
a family argument on some level…always at the dining table.
to my room and put on my Dallas Cowboys football jersey…
watch the game with my family.

Tom Landry spoke, I listened.  His quote
above still rings true.   I have set all
kinds of weight loss goals.  But, consistency
is the key.  So far, two weeks on the JENNY CRAIG  meal plan and I have lost 3.3 pounds!  I know enough to know that if I stick with
this and remain consistent, I will achieve the success I desire.  But like all programs, there are “off”
days.  I had one of those last week.

the past week, I was in attendance at one luncheon featuring Southern cooking, one
hamburger joint luncheon, one fabulous wedding, and one fish fry.  I sat with a glass of ice tea at every event
but one.  Can you guess which one?  Well, it wasn’t the fabulous wedding…though I
did have to taste the cake.  The meal I gave
in to was the fish fry with roasted vegetables. 
It was amazing!  My husband’s
fresh catch from the Gulf of Mexico.
despite that…I still lost 1.3 pounds for the week.(total to date, 3.3).  I got up the next morning and went right back
to the Jenny Craig meal plan!

this is my plan.  When I fall down, get
back up again and stay on the plan! The past week I actually had Key Lime Pie and a Red Velvet Cupcake, both by Jenny…pretty close to that wedding cake!

just know Tom would be proud!

a Fabulous Friday!

*I was provided a free trial program, and free Jenny’s Cuisine® items.  However, the opinions and writing are entirely my own. 
Members following the Jenny Craig program, on average, lose 1-2 lbs per week.


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