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grannyannie - Tuesday May 26, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

Finished the shopping this morning at 7am for my friends and I.  Dampness meant biting midges were all around as we queued up for 7 am opening. Only 2 bites. Wore my mask as usual.  Maybe 4 or 5 others wore one.  Not enough.

Dusting and hoovering the living room.

Partly cloudy and warm today so might ride my bike later.  

Yes, I had a few beers out on the patio yesterday.  Starting talking about my son and made me sad.  No, I'm not worried about becoming an alcoholic. If I was destined to be one it would have happened decades ago.

  • B: toast, mixed fresh fruit, tea with soy milk
  • S:  quinoa bar and coffee
  • L:  7 veg salad with hummus, ham, and cottage cheese
  • D:  Massaman curry, small portion rice
  • S:  packet of popcorn, may or may not have beer or wine

Progress as of today: 0 lbs lost so far, only 24 lbs to go!

bearcountrygg on 05/26/2020:
I'm beginning to get to know quinoa....and find it a nice rice alternative...it seems to be a good base for lots of things...but I don't think I have seen a quinoa bar...sounds interesting. Hope you have nice weather today Annie.

grannyannie on 05/26/2020:
We used to eat quinoa instead of rice occasionally, but don't have any in the house right now. The quinoa bars I eat are made by a British company. https://perkier.co.uk/ They are gluten free which hubby needs but I don't. He is very fussy and not a snacker but he loves the Cacao & salted caramel quinoa bars. They have nuts, dates, cacao, sea salt, caramel. 137 cals, protein, fibre. Sunny today and mid 60's. But Sunday is to be 70 and sunny so looks like a socially distant garden party.

Donkey on 05/26/2020:
I'll say it again: I love to read your menus!

I like to shop early myself, but my husband prefers to go around 3p, which usually means dinner will be late.

grannyannie on 05/26/2020:
Thanks :) We only have 2 supermarkets in town. The hours at the big one are 6-7 NHS workers, and 7 on is anybody. So I get there at 7. It's supposed to be only 20 allowed in the store at once and 2 metres apart but I think they let in more than that now. I've always been a morning shopper as they run out of fruit and veg later in the day. Used to go after a gym workout around 9:30 or 10.

horn_of_plenty on 05/26/2020:
Here in nyc almost everyone is wearing a mask !!!!

grannyannie on 05/27/2020:
Understandable. You got hit really hard and you are in crowded conditions. My entire peninsula has about 20,000 people.

grannyannie - Monday May 25, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

Was not even tempted to have a beer or wine yesterday.  Socially distant garden party is changed to the weekend when the forecast is better. 

Today I do a click and collect at the supermarket.  Just sit in the car and the groceries are put in the boot.  I can get the majority of it this way, but always have a short-ish list of stuff I can't.  So I go back tomorrow to get the rest (wearing a mask and 2 metres apart) and also what our friends need that they can't get with click and collect.  This couple can't risk leaving the house at all (except click and collect which is no risk at all).  So I just leave what I buy for them on their porch. 

Did 60 minutes on the exercise bike yesterday. Will try to do something with dumbbells today - upper and lower body. 

Not much ambition to do housework. I do keep the kitchen clean and the laundry done and sometimes do hoovering.  Occasionally clean one of the bathrooms.  I think I should make a list of household chores and do at least one every day. 

I've already finished a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle and am working on another one.  Very distracting. 


  • B: toast, fresh fruit salad, tea with soy milk
  • S:  quinoa bar and coffee
  • L:  6 veg salad with cheddar chunks
  • D:  Massaman curry, small serving of rice
  • S:  packet of popcorn


Progress as of today: 0 lbs lost so far, only 24 lbs to go!

Donkey on 05/25/2020:
Good for you for breaking the string of days that you've consumed alcohol! So now you know it can be done, and can be done again.

That's so nice that you are helping your neighbors with shopping. Are you finding some foods difficult to come by? Shortages, that is.

I love doing puzzles with my husband. It's one of the few activites that we can do together.

grannyannie on 05/25/2020:
I know it can be done. I've often gone months without wanting anything. But we started talking about my son today while sitting out in the sun and cold beer sounded good. My concern is weight gain due to alcohol, not the alcohol itself. My husband isn't interested in doing puzzles, but that's okay.

grannyannie on 05/25/2020:
I can find almost any food we need. Rice was difficult for a while but fine now. Pasta was hard to find but we don't eat pasta.

bearcountrygg on 05/25/2020:
Happy for you that you weren't tempted last night....since you would like to cut back. I gravitate back and forth with the housework....days of cleaning and then days of putting it off.....I get irritated with myself sometimes....and where i used to like scheduled days way back in the past out of necessity...now in retirement...I fight that...i try and try to make a schedule...and i somehow always seem to sabotage it.....right now...I'm just rolling with it and getting the work done when I'm motivated...if you figure out how to do it...please let me know...I'm open to suggestions because when I set a schedule...I don't want to get out of bed in the morning.

grannyannie on 05/25/2020:
I'm concerned with the carbs and calories in beer and the calories in wine, and alcohol overall is bad for weight loss. I made a list of 7 chores to do and plan to do one of them daily. Today did washing kitchen floor.

Maria7 on 05/25/2020:
You are doing very well in your household chores each day, Annie. Now, if everyone else does the same we will all be doing well, too. Smile! Love you, Maria (hugs)

grannyannie on 05/25/2020:
Like many on lockdown I've had no ambition for anything, and top that off with grief and I really didn't give a ****. Now it's starting to bother me not having a really clean house.

bearcountrygg on 05/25/2020:
Drinking calories does complicate things for sure....sounds like you are doing well with the chore schedule.....I think I over schedule each day and then it just looks impossible....good job!

horn_of_plenty on 05/26/2020:
Calories liquid ones do mess me up !

Nice the other couple can Count on your help at the supermarket!

grannyannie - Sunday May 24, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

Another gloomy day but tomorrow looks dry although cloudy. That means the biting highland midge will be out to feast on us. So I'll be wearing a midge repellant.  We are going to do another socially distant garden party - wine, beer and chat - with friends of ours.  We've done this several times now and it's very uplifting.  My plan was to only have alcohol for these social occasions once a week (couldn't do it this week - bad weather).  Still my goal. 

When we were first self isolating I quit my usual after-Thailand diet and started indulging in a nightly routine of 2 big bottles of craft beer with Doritos while watching a Netflix series or a movie.  Then when my world collapsed I drank something every day whether 1 beer or 3.  It was several weeks before I began skipping days.  I really wish I hadn't begun tryiing a variety of different beer types and then liking them!  

Plans for Sunday

  • B:  toast, porridge with berries, tea with soy milk
  • S:  quinoa snack bar, coffee
  • L:  6 veg salad with cheddar
  • D:  whatever curry or stir fry hubby is making tonight
  • S:  1 packet of popcorn

Plan to get on my exercise bike twice for 30 minutes each while reading my mystery, some work with dumbbells.

Hope you all are being safe and wearing your masks.  

Progress as of today: 0 lbs lost so far, only 24 lbs to go!

bearcountrygg on 05/24/2020:
Is your porridge oatmeal? Cream of wheat? I love the way that sounds...so warm and homey.

Grannyannie on 05/24/2020:
Yes porridge is just the term for oatmeal here. Technically it means any hot cereal but oatmeal is what many eat here. It's very Scottish.

Donkey on 05/24/2020:
In years past, one thing I always enjoyed reading in your diaries is your weight training schedule. If you get back into it, I would enjoy reading those schedules again. And if you do not, then that is OK too.

I also enjoy reading your menus :-)

Back in 2010, when my life as I had known it came to an end, I put on 30+ pounds eating Tostitos with giardinara every night while watching cable TV (before Netflix was a thing). That was the 2nd to the last time I had gained weight.

grannyannie on 05/24/2020:
I'll get back to the weights eventually. I sometimes do them now but only upper body. After my shoulder injury I've feared lifting more than 3kg. I'd probably feel better if I got back in the routine. Slowly. I've gained and lost so many times! Gets harder to lose every time. In 2012 I got to 128 for my 60th birthday.

Horn_of_plenty on 05/24/2020:
For awhile I was Indulging and trying wines of various types at the beginning of quarantine but it was not satisfying and I’m usually not a big drinker so I eventually stopped! But I still am liking my spiked seltzer which I sweeten extra with stevia.

It’s really easy to get out of routine and even harder to build back I to it - that’s why I am doing and sticking with my home weights which varies in difficulty for me depending how hard I’m working at it .... it’s easy to lose strength !

Maria7 on 05/24/2020:
We have grits just about every morning with our breakfast. I always wondered about what porridge was, so I guess that hot grits could be included in being porridge, too.

grannyannie - Saturday May 23, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

Didn't do well yesterday.  I wasn't going to have any alcohol but I got very upset reading about others losses in a Covid bereavement group and talking about my own loss. So I opened a bottle of rose' wine - low alcohol - but still drank a lot of it.  Ate extra packets of popcorn but that's not bad. 

Will TRY hard to behave today.  It's another gloomy day here - windy and rainy.  I work on a jigsaw puzzle which is a good distraction.  And I'm reading a mystery which I can do on my exercise bike.


B:  toast, porridge with strawberries, tea w/soy milk

S:  coffee and quinoa snack bar

L:  6 veg salad with cheddar

D:  Thai green curry with small amount of rice

S:  popcorn

Exercise??  Will try to get on my exercise bike and read my book.

Thanks for your words of sympathy everyone. 

bearcountrygg on 05/23/2020:
I'm starting a book today.....need to get lost in a story or something here.....or at least learn something.

grannyannie on 05/23/2020:
Good to get lost in a book. Many people are saying they are having trouble getting in to a book now.

Donkey on 05/23/2020:
^ I'm with Bear, that I need a book to get lost in.

I've seriously thought about ending my sobriety. I can understand the temptation to do so. I think that's why I turn to cookies, etc., instead. Same emotions, just a different vice. Try to be forgiving and gentle with yourself.

And if it helps, we're having rainy, gloomy weather here too. The only blessing is that the temperatures will be warm. About time...


grannyannie on 05/23/2020:
I always find that sitting on a hot beach in Thailand every winter goes very well with a cold bottle of beer. But it carries over when we come home.

Maria7 on 05/23/2020:
Maybe an outside walk might help a little? Just an idea but only if you feel up to it. Take care, Annie. Thinking of you.

grannyannie on 05/24/2020:
I was walking or riding my bike but we've now had rain for 3 days. Should dry up later this week.

Horn_of_plenty on 05/23/2020:
I love how you are still eating the salads and curry !!!!

I also now have a stationary bike ! It’s such a nice option when it rains ! Today was gloomy here too.

I hope you do better today, feel better :)

grannyannie on 05/24/2020:
I only started eating salads for lunch again last week. We eat a lot of curry, especially Thai ones - hubby is the cook and very creative so I'm lucky. Thanks. I did have a G & T with hubby last night. Not bad. Beer is the worst for weight.

grannyannie - Friday May 22, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

I've got no junk food in the house and just finished my Ryvita crackers. Tempted by beer and wine though and trying to resist. Being indulgent is comforting but I know it's not a good idea to drink too much when grieving and depressed. 

I managed 50 minutes on my exercise bike yesterday but no muscle work. 


  • B: toast, fresh fruit salad, tea with soy milk
  • S: quinoa snack bar and coffee
  • L:  6 veg salad with cheddar, 3 ryvita crackers with butter
  • D: Thai green curry with small serving or rice, diet tonic with lime
  • S:  caffeine free diet coke, packet of popcorn (I've ordered big boxes of individual packs of unbuttered popcorn at 87 cals a pack - so guilt free)

It's a rainy, windy, sunless, depressing day so can't guarantee I won't have a glass of wine or a beer

Hope all of you are healthy and safe.

innerpeace on 05/22/2020:
I'm lucky to not have the taste for beer, if I did I'm sure I would be twice my size. Great job on the exercise bike! No sun for days here...as well. This in itself is very depressing.

grannyannie on 05/22/2020:
I wasn't that crazy about beer until the last 10 or so years then I started trying craft beers, etc.

bearcountrygg on 05/22/2020:
Also no taste for alcohol....have plenty of wine around from years ago...because I loved the look of a wine rack....but wine rack is gone because this house has no place for it........but the wine sits here.......I have been drunk exactly 1 time in my life...and it only took 2 glasses of wine......LOL....the hangover guaranteed that I wouldn't do that again.....anyway...red wine causes an asthma attack...with only a couple of sips...so there is that. I guess we all have something we lean on when we are down....it's a battle either way. Take care, and let yourself grieve. I'm not saying drink, unless you choose to, but you are going through a sad time now. Have you read anything written by Elizabeth Kubler Ross? It may be old time theories of grief.....but I think for our generation...it is sound advise. (((HUGS)))

grannyannie on 05/22/2020:
I very rarely have gotten drunk, once a year maybe. Don't like hangovers. Too much red wine gives me heartburn, so normally a rose' or beer.

I'm in a FB group called Yellow Hearts to Remember - Covid 19. So talking to people going through the same thing is more helpful than reading a book.

Horn_of_plenty on 05/22/2020:
So good to hear from you! Great eats and snacks !

Are you staying in....England ?

grannyannie on 05/23/2020:
No, I live in Scotland and have for 20 years.

grannyannie - Thursday May 21, 2020
(Healthy eating, exercise)
Weight: 169.0

Hi everybody! Been a long time but I needed to come back as my weight is out of control. Most I've ever weighed but I've come close at 167. A lot of my muscle has disappeared.

A lot has happened since I was here in November. Spent our usual 3 months in Thailand. Came home March 3rd and almost immediately went into self-isolation to be safe. Having to cancel some trips and also feeling trapped at home made me comfort eat and increase my beer consumption.  

Then I was worried about my son in the US who was in the hospital with Covid. April 5th he died. I didn't eat much at all for about a week though I did continue to drink beer.  Every since I've been comfort eating and drinking a lot of beer and sometimes wine.  

I feel horrible and huge and unhealthy. I've done very little exercise - just a few walks or bike rides.  So I need to start doing consistent exercise. I know I'll feel better. I'm watching my eating more but can't seem to go more than one day without beer. And beer is the worst for weight gain.

So I'm back here looking for suport and I need to check in every day.

Hope all of you are healthy and your families and friends. 

Thursday plans:

B: toast, bowl of mixed fruit, tea w/soy milk

S: Quinoa snack bar, coffee with coconut milk

L: 6 veg salad w/chicken breast, 2 ryvita crackers w/butter

D: Thai curry, no rice

S:  packet of unbuttered popcorn, caffeine free diet coke

Exercise bike, dumbbells for upper and lower body




bearcountrygg on 05/21/2020:
I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your son. (((HUGS)))........that is truly the thing parents fear the most. You are right to want to maintain your own health and I'm glad you came back.

grannyannie on 05/21/2020:
Thank you. It's tough. Indulging is not making it easier.

Donkey on 05/21/2020:
(((hugs))) I'm so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the hole this has left in your heart.

We are here to support you.

grannyannie on 05/21/2020:
Thanks so much. I know you will support me.

legcramps on 05/21/2020:
I am so sorry for your loss; sending you so many hugs from here <3

Take care of yourself; good to see you back. Keep us updated.

grannyannie on 05/21/2020:
Thanks. I've done enough damage in the last couple of months. Time to stop.

Maria7 on 05/21/2020:
Bless your heart, Annie. VERY sorry for your loss of your Son. I will be praying for you and your family. Keep in mind that we all love you here and are here for you, as well.

grannyannie on 05/22/2020:
Thanks Maria.

innerpeace on 05/22/2020:
Devastating news! This was so sad to read, I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine your pain. I hate that this tragedy brought you back. Take care of yourself.

grannyannie on 05/23/2020:
Thank you. I would have come back anyway I think as I gained a lot in Thailand over the winter.

grannyannie - Tuesday Nov 05, 2019
(Low cal - moderate carbs - cardio and muscle work)
Weight: 0.0

My weekend in the city was good but very, very tiring. Sat was 2 ½ hours standing in a huge crowd listening to speeches about independence for Scotland - I felt like a sardine in a can! Then changed into nicer clothes back at the hotel and had a nice Thai dinner. Then an amazing classical concert in the evening.  Sunday was visiting 4 museums in Edinburgh. Did a TON of walking.

I did not behave but didn’t go as much overboard as I could have. There was definitely alcohol and sugar.


Busy today!  Gym, then grocery shopping, then muscle workout at home!



  • B: porridge, berries, tea w/soy milk
  • S: coconut/almond milk cappuccino, quinoa & cranberry bar
  • L:  6 veg salad w/cheddar and bacon
  • D:  homemade curry out of freezer

Total:  1050


  • treadmill - (intervals uphill and speed) - 10 mins
  • elliptical - 10 mins
  • rowing machine - 10 mins
  • recumbent bike -  20 mins
  • Leg press (22.5kg) - 6 sets of 10


Home muscle workout:  3 sets of 5 or 10 (sets of 5 for those that target shoulders)

  • Lunges & squats using dumbbells
  • Upper body weights - only 3kg - (shoulder injury)
  • Abs
  • Planks
  • thigh/bum exercises with ankle weights



Donkey on 11/06/2019:
Wow, sounds like quite an adventure. Is the independence for Scotland tied into the Brexit issue?

I try to keep current with Brexit, but it's hard to watch/read for too long. I have no solution nor any strong opinion either way, but as a lover of all things in the UK, it's difficult to watch people in conflict. Mostly I feel sadness.

grannyannie on 11/07/2019:
Scotland had an independence vote in 2014. I voted yes. We lost 45% to 55%. Brexit, which Scotland did not want, is extra incentive to have another vote on independence. We are sick of London rule and we want to stay in the EU.

Donkey on 11/06/2019:
(I hope that's not too offensive; I don't explore good news sources for international news, I'm afraid. From time to time I do, but haven't had the time to do so lately. I apologize in advance if I've offended you; it was entirely not intentional.)

grannyannie on 11/07/2019:
No offense taken. I admit to paying more attention to US politics than UK politics - but I do know the basics of what is going on with Brexit and of course, our next independence vote.

happy-1 on 11/08/2019:
Good for you on getting out to participate in history first hand.

horn_of_plenty on 11/12/2019:

grannyannie - Saturday Nov 02, 2019
(Low cal - moderate carbs - cardio and muscle work)
Weight: 0.0


4 weeks from today we leave for Thailand. I will obviously have to lose weight after we arrive so my shorts and swimsuits get comfy and stay comfy.

Treating myself to a weekend in Glasgow while hubby is in Australia. Got a hotel room in the city centre (easy to walk to everything). Heading in this morning after breakfast and will drop my suitcase off at the hotel. Unfortunately, the forecast is 60% rain all weekend! Oh well….I’ve got my long raincoat with hood and waterproof athletic shoes. 


I had planned on going to a museum to see the Linda McCartney photo exhibit, but I did that on Monday when I went into the city overnight for the funeral.  I discovered that there is a Scotland independence rally this afternoon. And our First Minister (similar to a prime minister) will be speaking in the city centre. Plans are for another independence vote in 2020. 

I’ve booked dinner at a nice Thai restaurant. Later in the evening I have a ticket to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for one of my favourite classical concerts. Will have a gin and diet tonic before the concert and another at intermission.


Heading into Edinburgh right after breakfast - a 45 min train ride from Glasgow.  A fascinating and very old city. Going to visit a few small museums I’ve yet to visit.  Lunch at the biggest museum - National Museum of Scotland. Planning on dinner back in Glasgow at a new-ish brewpub. They only serve pizza and will have one of their amazing beers (a porter) with it (wish I hated beer!!).  


Breakfast at a lovely cafe with decor in the style of Glasgow’s favourite artist - Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Might meet up with an inlaw. Afterward I finally have my hearing test. Then some lunch and shopping and will head home and back to 1,000 calories a day except one night on the weekends. 



Donkey on 11/02/2019:
Sounds like a lovely weekend holiday. My husband and I went to Glasgow and Edinburgh about 10 years ago or so - really fun! We went with a tour group, which I think is fine for a first time, but if we go again, we'll go on our own, I think.

Grannyannie on 11/02/2019:
It's good to get a taste of the cities by tour the first time. Then you know where you want to go back to.

BearCountryGG on 11/02/2019:
Scotland...how wonderful....my husband is of Scottish descent....is a love for bagpipes a genetic thing???? By the way...our last name is about as Scottish as you can get...He is from the Campbell Clan.

Grannyannie on 11/03/2019:
Lots of Campbell castles near me. I feel Scottish although I don't know know for sure if I have any Scottish ancestry. I do have lots of Irish though. I adore Scotland. Been here 20 years in April.

happy-1 on 11/03/2019:
I think you can plan my future vacation to Scotland!

Grannyannie on 11/03/2019:
Ok! Happy to.

happy-1 on 11/03/2019:
And I like that you set yourself an exciting goal to make you want to be healthy

Grannyannie on 11/03/2019:
Healthy is a good result. Right now I want all my Thai clothes to fit.

grannyannie - Friday Nov 01, 2019
(Low cal - moderate carbs - cardio and muscle work)
Weight: 0.0

I was going to visit my friends yesterday but they were in the city, so I’ve arranged to go down this afternoon. Was planning on walking but it's raining, and I'm bringing her a birthday gift.


B: porridge, tea w/soy milk

S: coconut/almond milk cappuccino, quinoa & cranberry bar, chocolate

L:  turkey on a roll, blueberries, packet of crisps

D:  homemade curry out of freezer

Total:  1340


treadmill - (intervals uphill and speed) - 10 mins

elliptical - 10 mins

rowing machine - 5 mins

recumbent bike -  25 mins

Leg press (22.5kg) - 6 sets of 10



legcramps on 11/01/2019:
Enjoy the visit with your friend today!

grannyannie on 11/01/2019:
Thanks. Was a very nice visit!

BearCountryGG on 11/01/2019:
Sounds like a great day!!!!

grannyannie on 11/01/2019:
It was! :)

happy-1 on 11/01/2019:
You are a good friend.

grannyannie on 11/02/2019:
I have some very good friends!

grannyannie - Thursday Oct 31, 2019
(Low cal - moderate carbs - cardio and muscle work)
Weight: 0.0

Shampooed hall carpet this morning (did deep cleaning yesterday). I’ll do some other cleaning/organising on my list. I’ll walk down to visit friends if they are home.

Groan….I did some snacking last night. Mostly it was hot chocolate I made with milk from the stuff I use for chocolate sprinkles and on my cappuccinos.  A few almonds. I need to have quite a lot of 1000 cal days by the end of Nov!



B: porridge, tea w/soy milk

S: coconut/almond milk cappuccino, quinoa & peanut bar

L:  6 veg salad w/cheddar and turkey

D:  veggie and bacon omelette

Total:  1014


legcramps on 10/31/2019:
Have a great day! Hot chocolate sounds really delicious!

grannyannie on 10/31/2019:
It was yummy.

BearCountryGG on 10/31/2019:
Hot chocolate does sound good.

grannyannie on 10/31/2019:
Yea, I got something sweet. Fortunately there is no junk food or sweets in the house.

Donkey on 10/31/2019:
I do that from time to time - go totally overboard on something that would normally be moderately healthy in regular portions. This too shall pass.

happy-1 on 11/03/2019:
You make your hot chocolate from actual chocolate? Martha Stewart has nothing on you!

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