He decided to cut the lines himself since he knows a lot about plumbing and he does a lot with pool drains and such. I am just thankful he knows what he is doing because without him, I was about to have to figure out how to come up with $2400 to pay for new septic lines and a new outer tee. But he fixed it for $18 !!! Can we say wow!! All he had to do was the dig more of our front yard up. Luckily we have a roommate that is one of his best friends that was so helpful! SO they dug up the yard all the way to the front of the house and cut the pipes to the septic tank. They then found massive massive roots growing into the lines and a HUGE clog that looked like this gigantic birds nest with roots and paper, etc. It was quiet disgusting actually. Haha! He text me a picture at work. He just wanted to show me what he had found. He then bought more piping and put it back together and walaa!! Fixed!! Thank the lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I will be jumping up and down the rest of the day filled with relief. =)
Work was boring as can possibly be, so that made a difference from yesterday's crazy stressful one and tomorrow is Friday woohoo!! Looking forward to a nice weekend, suppose to be sorta warm here.
Today I ate:
Breakfast: High Fiber/Low Carb tortilla with two eggs scrambled topped with crema and queso fresco with two pieces of uncured bacon. Also my regular coffee with creamer and pure via
Lunch: Big salad with lots of romaine, topped with sunflower seeds, cheddar cheese, chicken deli meat with fat free balsamic vinaigrette. I also had a few triscuits to keep me fuller and vitamin zero water.
Dinner: small chicken breast and one wing, cup of broccoli and 1/2 cup of green cabbage steamed
Snack: Redi whip in a small bowl (about 1/2 cup) and I grated a tiny tiny bit of dark chocolate on top (since I still can't stand to eat a whole piece) I just don't like the bitter taste.
While I was at work bored out of my mind, I was looking around at blogs and came across some useful links with low carb meal ideas. We can't use all the recipes on here, or possibly we could adapt them to be BFC friendly, but just thought I would share. I love finding different recipes.