Rhoda, I didn't know if you heard about the head-on collision accident that I was in. I posted an updated blog about my current injuries. I'm so proud of you for making daily healthy choices and permanent lifestyle changes, resulting in fulfilling positive results! I'm giving you a STANDING OVATION for the goals you have achieved and the progress you continue to make! You are:
* S * P * A * R * K * T * A * C * U * L * A * R *
S = Set goals! Develop plans! Take action! Make progress! See results! P = Promote regular medical checkups to achieve optimum health! A = Approach each goal with optimism, dedication and completion! R = Reduce stress! Eat healthy! Drink water! Exercise regularly! Sleep better! Have fun! K = Keep track of nutrition intakes, fitness minutes, weigh-ins and body measurements! T = Trust your choices, decisions and actions in all that you do! A = Add variety to nutrition plan, fitness activities and personal well-being goals! C = Create a non-food reward system for working hard to achieve healthy results! U = Utilize behavior modification to break bad habits and challenge yourself to change! L = Live life embracing healthy choices, positive changes and individual growth! A = Assemble a support system to help one another stay on track! R = Record emotions, setbacks, adjustments, progress and achievements in a journal!
I wish I could afford to save all the little kitties I see around the neighborhood having to fiend for their own. The hot summers and the cold winters make my heart hurt thinking about all the kitties out there in the open. When I win the million dollar lottery, I am going to build a 30x30 cat house, airconditioned and heated with an individual bed and litter box for each cat. LOL
Back in July, we found a baby out back with very bad upper respitory infection and eye infection so bad the eyes were matted shut. Weighed 1 pound. Think he must have been 8-10 weeks old. Took him immediately to the vet and started the care for him. Isolated him in a bathtub while we doctored him. We have 4 indoor cats and DH said we could not bring another inside. Didn't want to put him back outside (he has an undeveloped crooked eye) and not to the shelter afraid they would consider him unadoptabel. Long story short, a woman in CO read about him and called to say they would take him. He went north on 29 Sept leaving me in tears. I get regular pictures of him, his loving mother and I are great friends and he is now weighin 8.9+ pounds. Lucky little boy, our Garfield. He is the little yellow in the pics on my page. 983 days ago