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DGEOGHEGAN Posts: 448
1/17/13 1:57 P

way to go!

PURECOUNTRY29 Posts: 866
1/17/13 12:38 P

Congradulations!! eating out can be a hurdle, but you made it over

POETICA7 SparkPoints: (9,026)
Fitness Minutes: (1,713)
Posts: 727
1/17/13 12:02 P

Thanks, Ruth. I've just finished 35 minutes of exercise (in segments), and it's only noon. I feel great. This is such a journey, and I'm glad to be on it, especially when others come alongside with their support. This helps immensely.

MISSRUTH Posts: 4,128
1/17/13 11:49 A

emoticon Restaurants can sometimes be tricky to navigate, but it IS possible to eat out and stay within our range. GO YOU!!

POETICA7 SparkPoints: (9,026)
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1/17/13 9:05 A

So I went out for dinner last night. I've already posted what I ate, and believe me, I felt really full, and came home thinking I'd overdone. I'm thrilled to report that this morning the scale showed that I am .4 down. Now I feel better knowing that at a restaurant I'm not plumb out of luck.

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