MOMOF2TONI   36,053
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Oct 2012 - 152 lbs (with one of my petsitting clients)





June 2010 - 169 lbs



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Jan 12, 2014 - I've been up and down and I'm tired of the struggle. I pledge to take each day as it comes and do the very best I can.

(I'm keeping the post below as a reminder of where I began)
Oct 16, 2010 - 169 lbs. The bmi chart lists me as obese. I turned 58 this year and realized - I have gone from a size 8/10 to a size 16 in the past 10 years. I'm a short person (5'3") and extra weight REALLY shows on me. I found SparkPeople while looking for a free weight loss ...
Jan 12, 2014 - I've been up and down and I'm tired of the struggle. I pledge to take each day as it comes and do the very best I can.

(I'm keeping the post below as a reminder of where I began)
Oct 16, 2010 - 169 lbs. The bmi chart lists me as obese. I turned 58 this year and realized - I have gone from a size 8/10 to a size 16 in the past 10 years. I'm a short person (5'3") and extra weight REALLY shows on me. I found SparkPeople while looking for a free weight loss program. I was really impressed with the support system and many helpful tools. It is harder for me to lose weight now that I'm older, but I'm determined and I know I can do it. Since joining this site, I feel SO much better already!
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Member Since: 10/16/2010

SparkPoints: 36,053

Fitness Minutes: 19,545

My Goals:
To be healthy and maintain a regular exercise routine!

My Program:
- Exercise
- Drink 8 or more cups of water daily
- TRY to stay within my daily calorie range

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Hubby and I live in Dallas. Eventually we hope to live in a smaller, quieter town.

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ANDI571
8/5/2013 4:24:51 PM

emoticon That wheel is on my last nerve. The other day it had 1000, a 500, and a 100 on it and it landed on 5 points. A couple days before that it had two 500's, a 100, and a 50 and it landed on 5 points. emoticon



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MCCOURTT
8/3/2013 10:29:31 AM

Thank you for the goodie, I will missing my brother. He was way too young. (only two years older than me) I'm still coming to terms with his passing, but I have strong believe in God, and know Jim is in much better place. emoticon



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ANDI571
7/25/2013 3:18:14 PM

After I commented to you, I found this on our local paper:

"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating a multi-state outbreak of an intestinal infection called cyclosporiasis, whose cause has not yet been determined.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as state and local officials, are also scrutinizing the outbreak.

“As of July 18, 2013, CDC has been notified of more than 200 cases of cyclospora infection in residents of multiple states, including Iowa, Nebraska, Texas, and Wisconsin,” the FDA said in a statement.

The agency said it is unclear whether all the cases are part of the same outbreak.

Reports today, July 25, indicated at least 275 people have the illness.

Cyclosporiasis is caused by ingesting food or water containing a one-celled parasite that is too small to be detected without a microscope. Symptoms include watery diarrhea, vomiting and body ache.

Untreated, the illness can last from a few days to a month or more. Other symptoms may include headache, fever, weight loss and fatigue.

Most people with healthy immune systems recover from the infection without treatment. Older people and those with weakened immune systems might be at higher risk for prolonged illness. The condition is typically treated with the antibiotics Bactrim, Septra and Cotrim, according to the CDC.

Cyclosporiasis is most common in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Outbreaks in the United Statesand Canada have been linked to imported fresh produce."



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ANDI571
7/25/2013 3:15:04 PM

I hate to hear you were sick. I saw on the news this morning that a really bad stomach bug was going around in like 8 different states. They said it isn't catching from people, but from food. I guess it is usually tropical. The name started with a C, but I can't remember what they said. I don't remember all the states, but Texas, Illinois, Kansas was in there. They also said it lasts for days.

Sure hope you get better soon.



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ANDI571
7/25/2013 2:21:56 PM

Hello there, Just popping over to say hi. Hope you are having a good day!



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