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Sadie and me sitting on our front steps





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Jaime (rescue Dal), Jolene (13 1/2 yr old AKC show Dal) Sadie (as a puppy)



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A little more, and then keep it off!

I weighted 185 in May of 2009 and then had gallbladder surgery. Since then I have lost over 45 pounds. I would like to shed about 10 more and then keep it off!

We have Dalmatians- showed them for years- and love car shows, gardening and fishing.

I'm 71 now and back because I have regained most of my lost weight. After Shingles, and IBS I'm hoping SparkCoach can help.

I weighted 185 in May of 2009 and then had gallbladder surgery. Since then I have lost over 45 pounds. I would like to shed about 10 more and then keep it off!

We have Dalmatians- showed them for years- and love car shows, gardening and fishing.

I'm 71 now and back because I have regained most of my lost weight. After Shingles, and IBS I'm hoping SparkCoach can help.





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Member Since: 1/4/2010

SparkPoints: 86,641

Fitness Minutes: 86,410

My Goals:
To learn to practice healthy eating so I won't have to ever go on a "diet" again.



My Program:
For the last 1 year and 4 months I have exercised every day (but maybe 10) and watched what I ate. I have over 80 exercise videos and use one each morning for about 30 minutes, followed by about 14 minutes of back strengthening. In January I bought an inversion table, which I love!

Personal Information:
I am 67 years old and retired in the mountains of Arizona. Have 3 Dalmatians and a husband. He's one of those people who can eat anything and never gain a pound.

Other Information:
Other than weight loss and maintaining I am part of an club pushing for AKC registration for NUA Dalmatians. High uric acid is a genetic problem in Dals and leads to stones and blockage esp. in males. I am editor of the newsletter and have been for 2 years. To learn more go to www.spotsdna.org
or check the NUA Dalmatians web site.

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LOLLIE62
4/2/2012 5:07:33 PM

Our little pup has grown up! She looked like a miniature Dal for quite a while, then had a growth spurt. She's 70+ pounds now. She's still quite a handful, but getting a little more sedate as she grows beyond puppy stage.

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2/27/2012 12:36:41 PM

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LIBRARYDIVA1
1/6/2012 10:01:49 AM

Just poppin in to say hi. More motivated than I have been in a year. Was glad to see that a few of my "sparkfriends" are hangin' in there. Dusting off my tools and am ready for some discipline!
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12/5/2011 12:52:51 PM

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Carol, I am hoping all is well with you. Welcome to the month of December! It's a holiday season filled with miracles. It's also the last month of the year to reflect how far you have come from the beginning stages of your journey to the many changes that have been made to live a healthier lifestyle. I am giving you a STANDING OVATION for the goals you have achieved and the progress you continue to make! I am so PROUD of your abilities from turning any obstacle that you have had to face into rewarding experiences! You are a WINNER in all that you do and an INSPIRATION to us all.

With temptations of holiday foods and snacks galore, be sure to remain focused on your December goals that will lead you into the new year with wonderful results.


emoticon D = Daily Reflection: Visualize your hopes and dreams until each are met!
emoticon E = Embrace your journey with optimism, commitment and follow-through!
emoticon C = Choose effective goals for each day that fits best for your lifestyle!
emoticon E = Eat healthy nutrition, diversify fitness activities and mindful well-being!
emoticon M = Measure progress without scale by the results that you see and feel!
emoticon B = Be patient and always persevere by turning obstacles into achievements!
emoticon E = Encourage, support and inspire others by sharing your success!
emoticon R = Remember, You are Worthy! You CAN Do It! You are a Winner!


Everyday is a cause for celebration. May you always be fulfilled with the Blessings of Hope, the Spirit of Serenity and the Gift of Happiness. Have a beautiful and blessed holiday season. Love and hugs always.


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