So far, so good.
Well, I did have one slip up yesterday, but it was an accident. I ordered a $1 hamburger and small drink. It wasn't until I stood in front of the soda vend that I realized there would be no sugar-free or sugar substitute-free drinks available (other then water, of course, but I'd already paid).
I chose Diet Coke and drank about half. OH well.
The only time I've really missed sugar was after working in the garden two afternoons ago. I really really really REALLY wanted to drink one of my zero calorie flavored soda waters. I drank plain ice water with a lemon squeeze instead. It was ok.
And now for an overdue sew-and-tell made from early April.
Meet my Betty Draper spring jacket! Made with fabric from Joann and sewn from Butterick 5332.
I used the the wrong side of the fabric because I liked it better.
I'm liberated like that.
hmm. Those linen pants need some ironing.
The pattern was easy to sew and I 'm happy with the finished product. I particularly like the covered buttons.
As soon as I reviewed these pictures, the white pants in the second shot went straight to the donate box.
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