Where are we today ?
Another lovely rainy day here in southern Ontario, but looks like it will clear up for our departure on Thursday morning.
Had some great news from the Doc today, checked for my latest blood work results and all is good, actually better than good. Cholesterol average down to 3.75. We have been working on lowering my cholesterol levels that had an average of 5.67 in May. August down to 5.22 still not good enough need to be below 5.1, so doc insisted I start taking Crestor to lower my chances of heart attack or stroke. So changed our eating habits, if you have followed our meals all summer a lot of chicken, fish, turkey, lean meat, veggies and fruit even oatmeal for breakfast. Consume less beer and exercise more. The results have been amazing. I have lost 35 pounds feel great, back and leg problems pretty well non-existant, arthritis pains and swelling very minimal as well and even breathing easier. Still plan to keep with this healthy eating, and exercise, we actually really enjoy it much more. (mind you we do fall off the wagon occasionally with getting together with family and friends).
Even went to my Chiropractor for a check up today, though I felt good Suzie thought it was a good idea, he did a very minor adjustment. Even he said I am his star patient with my vast improvements. So there, we are happy campers and ready to hit the road in search of more sunshine and warmer weather for the winter with lots more energy to burn.
|stopped by to check on Ma's house all is good|
and make sure the water is shut off
My choice for supper was blackened catfish, red beans and rice and molasses baked beans, Suzie had grilled catfish, caesar salad and cornbread, or host enjoyed 1/2 rack of BBQ ribs, veggies and coleslaw. We sure had a very tasty feast.
|my blackened catfish and beans|
|grilled catfish and caesar salad|
|lotsa tasty ribs|
|the t-shirt on our friendly waitress|
Thanks again for stopping by. "its almost time !!"
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
Check out the map below to see where we have been this Summer.View Summer 2014 in a larger map