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    I Think I Ate Too Much For Christmas

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    By the looks of it, I've been eating too much for a lot of Christmas's.
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    I don't know about you guys eating too much for the Holidays, but I have to find a different dry cleaners because every time they clean my pants they shrink them.
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    Too funny. Maybe if we get more round we can fall over on the TW and pop right back up on two wheels.
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    I didn't/couldn't eat too much on Christmas. I felt really bad because my wife made my #1 favorite meal, a standing rib roast (Prime Rib) with 4 bones and all the fixings and she cooked it to perfection. I sat down with one slice of the rib on a platter rather than a plate because it was that large. Think I made it through close to half of the slab I started with and I was stuffed full. She asked, "Don't you like it?".

    In my younger days I would have been going back for seconds on this fine meal but older now and I just don't have the appetite like I used to. I see this with Pizza too. 3-4 slices from a large pie was the norm but now I end up eating 2 and then having 6 slices left over for lunches during the week. It is a good thing we have a Food Saver Sealer gadget and I was able to seal a meal X 4 and freeze most of the prime rib for later meals.

    We had a great Christmas here because it was very quiet with mine and her family all out with their extended families, kids and grand kids and families on all sides so we stayed at home and did not have to run anywhere. I actually got in a glorious 30 minute nap right after dinner and before we cleaned up the kitchen.

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    It’s actually (for a change) been the first “quiet” Christmas around here too – we stayed tight, and cooked the full monty – with all the trimmings

    In previous years, we’ve gone out, visited friends etc – but this is perhaps the first year we’ve kept it all “In house” ….

    I even manged two sprouts (my quota for the year)

    One more happy memory to tuck away ……
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    I actually ate responsibly, just started the post to share some Rolling Wild videos.


    I had planned to over-eat at a friend's big Christmas Eve party but a last minute death in the hostess's family cancelled everything including appetites. So we ended up giving away a lot of the traditional dishes my Lovely Wife had prepared that otherwise would have ended up on my waistline. Instead we had a quite time of introspection and appreciation of what we have and the underlying spirit of the holidays.
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    Those are funny. I saw the ones Mrs. Fred posted on facebooked. At least I think they're funny.
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