The Sweet Lovin Diabetic

The Sweet Lovin Diabetic
Created July 2012

Stormy Stewart
By Stormy Stewart @karlyn255
This is for all those out there like my Sister, who love sweets but shouldn't have them


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karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 19, 2012
My girl lays where ever I am
PhyllisBaker
Phyllis Lively - Jul 19, 2012
Stormy, you might want to find a sleep-aide - prescription or over-the-counter. Nothing worse than an over-active mind racing all night or staring at the ceiling..... I know - been there, done that. Same with my dogs here. They follow me around until I go to bed. When I do say bedtime, they race to get their first.... saying FINALLY MAMA FINALLY!!
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 19, 2012
I used to do that. I lived on sleep from 3AM to 5:30 am for months then crashed for 10-12 hours at a time. Then back to little sleep. I didn't seam tired or maybe it was just that my mind was always racing. Since meeting Eric, a fan of 8 hours is a must. Over time I started sleeping as he did. However there was a year of staring at the ceiling most the night. We finely after 3 years managed to get into a pattern. But a week ago he flipped the day/night cycle on his business. Now he sleeps in two shifts. 2-3 am to 5or 6 am and 10 am to maybe 3-4 pm. I can't do that. I sleep once, no naps, can't do them. I always wake with a headache and foggy. So I have been going at 2 (or so) AM and getting up at 9-10am. But I don't like that. It has also made our dog, who likes things to be the same every day, jumpy and she is loosing sleep over the changes.
PhyllisBaker
Phyllis Lively - Jul 18, 2012
Stormy, I hear ya! I can certainly relate. And I betcha 9 out of 10 women agree with us.
However, I do most of the cooking & cleaning since da man does work - but once in awhile I do like, and yes, expect, a little help. Like why is it MY bathtub ring? Why is is MY toiletbowl ring? Why is it MY dust? etc etc etc And a man's way of cleaning the kitchen around here is putting some dishes in the dishwasher. Period. Oh no, washing sinks, counters, stove, is not included in cleaning the kitchen. And heaven forbid sweeping the floor or mopping it - am I crazy or something? "I did the dishes". aaaaah..... forever grateful - right.
But I have to confess - there is clean and then there is Phyllis' clean. I'm not near a fanatic as I use to be but sometimes I'd rather just do it myself anyway - all I ask is you pick up your own crap and put something away that you take out. My major pet peeve is ignoring that one simple rule.
My unwind, quiet time, to goof around on the computer is in the wee hours in the middle of the night; hence getting 4 or 5 hours of sleep with a major 10 hours of zzzzzzzzz's every few months ~ that's where I get my "time" - if you can come up with another idea, please share it with me LOL
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 18, 2012
Me eitherPhyllis. once I retired to write Eric thinks that means more time for his needs so my mornings are spent babying him while he cooks breakfast. No so bad if he stayed there and did it but it takes him 2 or more hours to make an egg mc muffin then there are the 3 dishes, we are just two people, 6 forks (?) three sharp knives, a bowl for shells, a bowl to crack the eggs into, 4 pans (What The??) a cutting board to set things on I think. and about 12 feet of counter. How can anyone cook like that and just leave it for someone else to clean. I appreciate the breakfast but man it takes me an hour to clean his crap up and then vacuoom where he had been. so then it is noon. then it is I', hungry. then by 5 it is dinner and cleanup, not bad because I cook and the dishes are all done by the time the dinner hits the table minus the plates and silverware. Then it is can you help me. So where is my time to post here or the 9 other sites I go on let alone actually writing??????
PhyllisBaker
Phyllis Lively - Jul 17, 2012
Thanks Stormy - I did download it. I'll print and make into a binder cookbook.... there's several I'd love to do thataway. I wish someone had a good recipe for TIME - I sure need some of that. Funny how I always tell people we all have the same 24 hours in a day - but it's backfiring on me now... somehow there are not enough hours in a day for me lately; as I'm sure is true with everyone reading this comment.
Happy Day to ya!
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 17, 2012
Just go to whatever book you want and you will see a download button. just hit that and it downloads to your computer. You can do one or every book here. Your choice. then just print it out and I put the pages behind clear plastic leaflets and put into a 3 ring binder. that way after you try then you can either keep or replace with something you like better. Eric calles it the revolving cookbook.
PhyllisBaker
Phyllis Lively - Jul 16, 2012
I DO have a paid membership. I didn't know how to do that - but I'm looking into it now. Thanks for the heads up about the download.
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 16, 2012
Phyllis do you have a premium menbership because you can download free
chefbunyan
Paul Bushay - Jul 16, 2012
Wow, thanks for using so many of my recipes!
PhyllisBaker
Phyllis Lively - Jul 16, 2012
Stormy, this cookbook is just what I'm looking for. It'll be a gift to my brother and his lady whom are both diabetic. Ordering now. Thank You!
sugarshack
Gail Welch - Jul 16, 2012
Stormy,you did a great job on this wonderful cookbook. My mother was a diabetic. It was difficult to find good recipes for her to prepare. This book will be useful to many people. Thanks again!
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jul 16, 2012
You are so welcome. My sister and mother in law are diabetics
leilaroc
Leila Rockwell - Jul 16, 2012
Stormy this is a great cook book and great recipes. I plan on downloading and know I'll get a lot of good use out of it. Thank you for sharing.