Saturday, May 28, 2011

Going 'round In Circles All The Time or No Sugar For You!



The last candy I ate before I started overreading was a Grape Juicy Twist. Overreading is like overeating, but done online and potentially more dangerous.
I've been reading about Vertigo because "I'm so dizzy, my head is spinning" and there may be connections to almost everything good to eat or drink and the intrusive condition.
Until I get that coveted ENT appointment (guess I'll have to sit and spin until August), the Dish will be reducing it's sugar intake. Ironic, ain't it.


Meanwhile, I've turned to fruit. It's a healthier source of sugar in which I immediately overindulged.
When I looked at the nutritionist with sad velvet painting puppy dog eyes I talked about a candy blog I can't seem to quit, and she said, "Okay, don't worry about fruit for now."
No one has ever said that to me before.
I'm not quite ready to revise the name of the blog, but here are some possibilities:

* The Wisconsin Fruit Dish
* The Wisconsin Randy Dish—Feeling Amorous In The Dairy State From Eating All That Fruit
* The Wisconsin Sandy Fish (I have photos for that)
* The Wisconsin Candy Wish
* The Madison Blues (already taken, but that doesn't seem to stop people)
* No More Sugar Makes Jeanna Something Something

I'll work on it.
Expect more novelty candy, random fruit smoothies, lower sugar snacks, and photos using all but the one bit of candy I'll eat with a hearty let's see what happens attitude.
Let's see what happens.

2 comments:

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

Ironic indeed, a candy dish with no candy. I like how you're still writing about it anyway, though. :-)

Good luck, and I hope it helps. And I hope that the key turns out to be just a little bit of sweet is OK, not that you have to abstain for the rest of your life.

jMo said...

Me too, J. I donated my candy dish to charity. (not sure whether to put a LOL or a sigh)
I'm experimenting and was able to nibble one day (Dots), then eat entire pieces the other (reviews I need photos for). I have to think things like bread and cereal contribute greatly.
The bottom line is how I'm moving my head, but I have gotten instant feedback from too much candy.
Such a trial and error thing this is.