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  • v JACQUELINE-D
    Hi I thought I would just pop in to see how you are doing? I have been having a bad time of it recently but am going to start afresh tomorrow. Day 1, determined to keep going! Hope you are having more success! :)
    1598 days ago
  • v CHERRYCOKE452
    Hey! Thanks for stopping by my page! :D I had to set goals up for myself otherwise I knew I would never succeed! Good luck with getting where you want to be! :D
    1600 days ago
  • v MCLAFLIN
    It didn't feel warm today! But, 60* F beats 0 Celcius anyday! I have to assume you live way north. We are in Missouri, close to where Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas meet.

    Thanks for the Easter goodie! My DDs and I are heading to see my family Saturday. Oldest DD has prom on Friday night. DH will be staying behind as they are planting corn.

    Have a great run!
    1604 days ago
  • v MCLAFLIN
    I thought of you yesterday when I was in Wal-Mart. I was buying a new ice chest for my DH to take with him in the tractor. His old one weighed a ton empty, so something was obviously wrong with it. I also picked up a nifty soft-sided cooler on rollers so I could pack it for all the remaining track meets. It is small enough to fit in the bleachers, and light enough to pick up and carry up the stairs. It won't win any awards for holding ice for days, but it does the job for an afternoon! Packed low-fat cheese sticks, chocolate milk for DD after the race, bananas, bread, peanut butter, and Cheez-its. (Healthy until you get to the Cheez-its!)

    DD didn't get a medal, but she did place in the top 6, so she earned points for the team. She managed to fall somehow while running the mile, but picked herself up and kept running. emoticon It was unseasonably hot (90*), so it was a challenge to keep the kids hydrated. No one got sick, so I count the day a success!
    1607 days ago
  • v CAMAEL100
    Thanks for stopping by today - it is great coming on here and finding friends have left messages - it def makes me feel I am not alone with this.
    This weekend was not great - not bad either which is a credit to spark. Before if I fell off the wagon, I did it in style and continued eating for a week!!
    This time I am thinking better if not perfect.
    I need to set myself a plan for April - My husband is away a lot and I am on my own with the kids who are on two weeks hols from now. My b/sitter got diabetes and had to have an op so I have taken time off work to mind them. But that means I am going to find it harder to exercise on my own. And out of routine is not good for me.
    But I will find a way around it - I won't let it beat me - I am going to improve on my March goals!! I just need to get an early night and not feel so tired again tomorrow!! Thanks again for the motivation

    1609 days ago
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