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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: 87,085

Fitness Minutes: 86,677

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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LORETTA24
11/20/2011 11:51:44 AM

emoticon "Beautiful Woman Award! Once you've been given this award, you have to paste it on the wall of 8 women who deserve it. If you receive more than 3, you know you're really beautiful! If you break the chain, nothing will happen, but it's always good to know someone thinks you're beautiful inside and out" emoticon



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PEDIPOD
11/11/2011 10:37:28 PM

Yikes! I'm sorry to read that Sadie was attacked!! I hope she is OK.



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LOLLIE62
11/5/2011 11:47:41 PM

Proud to say that our Dal came home from school a changed dog. We put some blankets on the floor, and she knew at once they were for her and never gave us a bit of trouble about the couch being her bed. She's also beginning to obey our hand signals, and I never thought she'd do it for us!

I decided I had to weigh today and face the music, and I was blown away that I lost a pound or two. I thought I had gained, but my body does crazy things. Now I have to lower my calories again and eat more fruits and vegetables instead of eating more of the wrong stuff.

I hope things are going well for you! Take care.



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10/30/2011 12:00:41 PM

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Carol, I'm sending Ghostly Greetings from my sparkpage to yours!
It is the final October weekend before Halloween night.
BEWARE to avoid the awakened Spirits cemetery tours!
As each year brings haunted houses, ghoulish costumes and screaming delight!

The brewing cauldrons are overflowing with potions galore.
"Hang around for a spell!" the witches always cackled.
Bats flying, spiderwebs spinning and creepy crawlers soon join the horror.
Let's just hope, the rattling skeletal bodies do not become unshackled.

The spooktacular fright night will soon be here.
It's on October 31st, we will witness Trick-Or-Treat!
Be sure to watch for the full moon to appear.
Have a BOO-tiful Halloween evening without smelling anyone's feet!


~ Monika ~ emoticon



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LOLLIE62
10/17/2011 12:07:42 AM

Hello--I haven't written to you for a while, but it looks like you're doing great with your weight loss! I know it's hard to lose the last few.

We've put our Dal back into training school for a week. She bit me on Friday when I tried to take a wing nut away from her. I have a pretty nasty bite on my index finger. I was pretty schocky, but I drove to the fire station and had the paramedics look at it. It really needed stitches, but they said I could keep it clean and use neosporin on it. I did all that and got some butterfly tape to close the gash. Then I went to Walgreens for a tetanus shot. I didn't want to go to the ER for several reasons--my budget being on the top of the list! So much for the excitement here!

She behaves like she's in obedience trials for her trainer, but we've treated her like a child for all her life, and she doesn't see us as an authority at all. The trainer told us she shouldn't get up on the sofa, so that will be our challenge next week.

Take care. I know you're feeling great about your turn around.



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