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Here is the 13 year old kitty I rescued on 3/6/13 - Daisy. She is twice the size of PolyDactyl!!!





Ms Molly using the mini trampoline. RIP 1/4/13





PolyDactyl just being cute!



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I liked this so much that I decided to make it my intro:

"Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end."

Mary Anne
I liked this so much that I decided to make it my intro:

"Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end."

Mary Anne


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Member Since: 11/16/2009

SparkPoints: 220,965

Fitness Minutes: 163,304

My Goals:
My goal is to lose weight and feel better - get rid of the thunder thighs!

My Program:
I log onto SP daily and try to learn more every day. I try to keep very involved with every thing the site has to offer - which is fantastic! I will continue to workout - strength training, pilates and my daily walks.

Personal Information:
I grew up in Maine, lived in Massachusetts for 21 years before moving to PA. I do miss New England, even the snow.

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I lost my husband unexpectedly in Sept. of 2008. I am still in shock. I am so thankful for my children and their spouses and the support from family and friends. I have 2 kitties that are great company.

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KALANTHA
12/21/2014 9:40:45 AM

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Recipe for a Merry Christmas

To a cup of tradition, time-honored and dear,
Add a generous portion of holiday cheer,
Combine with the memories of Christmases past,
Then sprinkle the mixture with joy unsurpassed.
Add a dash of good spirits, stir fondly until
You set it to rise in the warmth of good will.
Pour love over all in generous measure,
And garnish with laughter and heartwarming pleasure.

~ Barbara Burrow ~

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~KINDREDSPIRIT~
12/20/2014 11:14:37 AM

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MaryAnne,

Whatever is beautiful.
Whatever is meaningful.
Whatever brings you happiness.
May it be yours this holiday season
and throughout the coming year.

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ANGELBELIEVER
12/19/2014 9:55:19 PM

I am so pleased that you are enjoying Ian's music each night. I am too, of course. He never ceases to amaze me with his arrangements. He'll be 26 in March. emoticon



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KALANTHA
12/19/2014 4:02:55 PM

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This Holiday Season, give yourself the gift of self-motivation:

1. Review your reasons for wanting to be healthier.

2. Think about how you felt when you began your new healthy lifestyle. You remember . . . tired, low energy, lots of aches and pains, miserable, embarrassed, etc. and pay close attention to the smallest changes in your body. Think about how far you’ve come so far.

3. Challenge yourself . . . the try some new, healthy food options; a new form of exercise; walk farther; run faster; whatever. Just make sure the challenge you set is realistic for you.

4. Set up reminders to keep yourself on track – they can be sticky notes taped to your computer monitor, automatic text messages/emails you send yourself, or anything else that will keep your goals front and center in your mind.

5. Surround yourself with others who are positive and motivated.

6. Read success stories or watch them on video.

7. Learn as much as you can about healthy lifestyles. In this case, education CAN be free! There is a ton of good info on this site or in your local library. Knowledge is POWER!

8. Just Get Moving! Once you start, you’ll want to keep going.

9. Keep a record of your progress. Seeing concrete evidence of your improvement will motivate you to do even more/better.

10. Help others when you can.

Keep going!

You are SPARKTACULAR!

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ANGELBELIEVER
12/16/2014 8:16:42 PM

Thanks for your kind comment on Ian's playing and my description of him. His wife is a music teacher and plays clarinet.

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