Good Morning! Today is actually my Friday! :) Looking forward to camping and a 3 day weekend.
1. The nurse from my doctor’s office called yesterday with the results from my blood work. The good news is – my cholesterol went down and my iron appears to be normal now (it was low last year). The bad news – my thyroid levels are still considerably higher than they’d like them to be. My dosage is being increased and I have to go back in 4 weeks to have it checked again. She asked if I’ve been tired lately and the answer is most definitely YES. My triglycerides are also considerably higher. She suggested I focus on eating less carbs and sugar.
2. I finished 50 Shades of Grey in 24 hours and have already started the second book – 50 Shades Darker.
3. Dane and I decided to go to a Daytona Cubs game last night. The score was 2-2 for most of the game, but the Cubs pulled through a hit a home run with 2 outs in the 9th inning. Definitely an exciting end to the game. I took this picture of the International Speedway bridge as the sun was setting.
Breakfast was overnight oats. I know, you’re shocked.
Lunch was very familiar as well. The last of the leftover quinoa and roasted veggies.
My afternoon snack was plain greek yogurt and some strawberries.
I planned on having a veggie wrap before we went to the game, but we didn’t have any veggies since we’re going to be gone this weekend and we didn’t want anything going bad. I ended up just having a low carb spinach tortilla and some hummus.
On the way to the ballpark, I had an iced coffee that I made with leftover coffee from the morning along with unsweetened vanilla almond milk and Stevia.
I did end up having an unpictured hot dog at the game. Not good for me, but it was good and almost seems like a necessity.
Do you have Hypothyroidism? If so, did it take awhile to get your dosage right?
Do you agree that hot dogs and ballparks go hand in hand?