One Sour Sunday


My blood pressure, my anxiety, and my mood was unstable on Sunday night during the Cowyboys/Detroit game. I won’t get into much conversation about the game because I’m still upset with how robbed Detroit was. The worse part was watching that game in a Cowboy’s house. I knew I should have stayed home. Other than the game, the day was great.


Nick’s parents had football food out all day and he made delicious soup.


After the game, Nick and I left to get froyo. I needed a pick me up after the game. My friend, Anna, talks about Menchie’s all the time and so we decided to stop there. I had the low carb Devil’s food cake and vanilla fro yo topped with brownies, Oreos, peanut butter cups, and cookie dough balls. We took our froyo to go and headed to Nick’s to watch The Wire.

I’m still sour about Sunday.



  • Zandi

    I just wanted the Lions to win so that we could be one step closer to having another Panthers play off game at home 🙂

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  • Lynn

    Hi Taralynn,
    I was wondering if you still count calories? How do you stay so thin eating all that yummy food? I would love advice on living a healthy lifestyle that does not involve counting calories anymore for me.

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    • Alina

      I’m curious about this too! I had a great diet but then I started gaining all the weight back again! I would love some advice 🙂

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  • Kristin C

    I’m a basketball gal. My hubby loves football (Packers), but I can never get into. When I read the title of your post, I thought something was super wrong, but then I saw that it was the game. Glad you are ok (besides the loss lol).
    That froyo looked awesome!

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  • XX

    Longtime reader who really enjoys your blog, but also longtime sufferer and medication taker of anxiety and depression. I probably wouldn’t go from doing a blogpost about how bad your anxiety has been and that you choose not to medicate, and then say something like football gives you anxiety. I understand the humor in that but that’s not something to actually put in the “Anxiety” category for those of us that suffer every day over things such as family, finances, and careers. Just a tip. Otherwise, keep up the good work!

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  • Amy

    I am not a Lions fan even though I’ve lived in MI most of my life… but I was seriously pissed with this game!

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  • Alissa

    Sorry, girl, I thought of you while watching the game! At least they made the playoffs, as opposed to the Falcons, who just…imploded.
    You are totally welcome to cheer for my Buckeyes in the National Championship next week, though 😀

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  • Jen

    Refs were paid off. Lions should have won. . . and I’m not even a Lions fan.

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  • Emily

    I was rooting for the Lions too surprisingly (surrounded by cowboys fans here in Texas…) Who ever I seem to cheer on loses… ugh haha.

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  • Linda @ TheFitty

    You’re into football so much! Were you a cheerleader in high school? 🙂

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