February 9, 2010

Today's Special

Breakfast

1 cup Raisin Bran (190)
1 banana (105)
1/2 c. skim milk (50)

Lunch (left-overs)

3 oz. pork tenderloin (130)
fresh asparagus (50)
1/2 c. whipped potatoes (made with chicken stock) (75)
2 T pan drippings (50)

Snack

1 c. grapes (100)

Dinner

4oz. tilapia (300)
2 T olive oil (120)
1 cup collard greens*(50)
squash casserole (200)

Total 1420 calories

*Making collard greens today took me back to the pilgrimage my mom and I made to Savannah a couple summers ago. I had collard greens for the first time at The Lady & Sons. Oh my. I linked to Paula's recipe in case you're interested. I substituted smoked turkey deli meat and left off the butter. They were pretty good. Oh, and look who we ran into on that trip! *Sigh*



I was 7 mos. pregnant by the way. You know Bobby was having to restrain himself from such a hot mamma...
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10 comments:

Sweet Tea and Biscuits said...

yes we have missed you at red writing. I had so much fun doing the 12 weeks of Christmas . I love, love your new blog. Smart lady!!You go girl :) Amazing. I may get brave one day and jump in here with you. I love the list of goals - esp. the family portrait one - great idea! God for sure is doing wonderful things in your life.

saucyminx410 said...

Love the new blog! Keep up the great work! I'm following this one now too!

Googie said...

The food looks so good!! I need to make my food look that pretty.

Kristina said...

Excellent day of eating!! And my mom and I are planning a trip to Savannah (along with my daughter and my friend Deneciee..the one helping us with WW)...and I cant wait. My mom is a huge Paula Dean fan!

Kerri & Katie said...

My friend Katie and I are writing a blog and I just saw that she is following you, I am so excited to see where you go on this journey! Cute blog, keep up the great work, and it is almost time for a new outfit :)
Kerri

Can do mom said...

Hi Keelie,
I want to congratulate you on losing twenty pounds. Wow! That's a great start! I, too, am on a weight loss journey, although not as dramatic as yours. I signed up to follow your blog and hopefully we can inspire each other. God bless you!

Can do mom said...

Hey Keelie,
Thanks for stopping by my site, too. I hope you're having a good day today. I'm on my cross trainer but I have to get going. We homeschool and I'm taking my children (and myself!) to Art Academy this morning. All that to say, it's hard sometimes to focus on losing weight with all the busyness of life but we can do it!

I think you've got two young children and I've got three (who are 10, 14 & 16). They love to have the ice cream, sweet treats, doritos, etc. It's hard to resist when my girls bake treats...

Anyway, I'm so glad to have found this blog and I look forward to following your progress and working toward our goals together!

Rosa said...

Yummy! Your portions are what I feed my kids. Maybe, I should be doing the same so my scale can finally move outta the 200s.

totegirl said...

You are cute! I really like your pictures, but mostly I dig your attitude!

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

Your tilapia looks amazing! Can I ask how you made it? And way to go meeting Jamie and Bobby. Hunks!!