I'm calorie counting again.
Last week we had a family movie night and watched Apollo 13. Among many dramatic scenes is the final re-entry into Earth's atmosphere. They made their best plan and went with it. For that period of time, as they fought against our protective layer, they had to trust and wait to come out safely on the other side.
This is my re-entry. Yesterday was Day 1. By 9:30, I was asleep on the couch, hungry and out of energy. Today, I was hungry for lunch and hungry for dinner. My plan calls for me to eat 800-900 fewer calories than maintenance level per day. That amount will shrink as times goes by, but for right now it's hunker down and stay the course. The other side will be worth it.
Ann, Tish, Michele, and Clyde, thanks for your advice on my last post. I'm all in.