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    Thanks for your comment on my latest blog ("I'd be dead!"), I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. That's where our road is leading, I'm hoping it will be later rather than sooner, but when he was diagnosed (stage 4 prostate cancer) four years ago, they told us the average life expectancy was 4 and one-half years. That is too close, but my Du seems to be beating the stats, and I hope will be with me for a long time. But we all know it's not forever. I do try to keep my eating under control around him. I sneak food when he's in the living room and I'm in the kitchen. He is not judgmental, so I'm not sure why I do that. When I announced to him this morning that I'm going to get back on the wagon, he was so supportive (as he always is), and said he would be right there with me, wanting himself to lose a few pounds, on his oncologist's recommendation. He had lost 25 pounds last summer when I was losing my last regain, and wants to lose 25 more. We'll work on it. Him being gone on his Spring Training trip last week seemed to be an excuse for me to eat eat eat. I do worry about how I will react when (and if--but it's pretty certain) I lose him. I don't want to go back to being that 328-lb. unhealthy, sad woman I was for so long. Addictions are truly a bitch. Prayers to you on the loss of your husband. Hopefully you can regain your strength and reverse the eating and subsequent weight gain. I can only imagine how hard it must be, and how hard it will eventually be for me too. emoticon
    23 days ago
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    Hi Kasey

    It was the same here I thought we were both added as friends, We may have just taken it for granted, lol

    Don't worry, just do what you can, it has picked up a bit since Christmas with load of new members, not sure where they have come from but they are there.

    You sort yourself out and just do what you can

    87 days ago
  • v MISSLISA1973
    Thanks for once again encouraging me. It's "funny" how hard it can be to do the things we want to do in our lives. It's nice having people like you to encourage us to keep at it.

    emoticon Lisa
    120 days ago
    The worst thing about having 2 homes is trying to remember where everything is. I usually end up buying two!
    137 days ago
    I just read yer note--- LOL---- I hope you are OK--- Are you still across the pond?-- so many questions eh??-- so so happy to hear from you! --See what an impact you have on people? Lynda
    145 days ago
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