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Now that we're back in the States, you can follow my adventures at suzymobile47.blogspot.com.

Welcome to our place! Relax with us by the pool and watch the puppies romp. Come take a walk with me at sunrise and sunset--the sky here goes on forever! No wonder they decorate with pink and blue in Florida--that's the color of the vast cloud mounds in the sky, where the lightning plays at any time of day. You never know what might be going on around here, but good food, friends, ...
Now that we're back in the States, you can follow my adventures at suzymobile47.blogspot.com.

Welcome to our place! Relax with us by the pool and watch the puppies romp. Come take a walk with me at sunrise and sunset--the sky here goes on forever! No wonder they decorate with pink and blue in Florida--that's the color of the vast cloud mounds in the sky, where the lightning plays at any time of day. You never know what might be going on around here, but good food, friends, characters, physical activity, and my thoughts, goals, and interests of the moment are going to be part of it.
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Member Since: 11/18/2008

SparkPoints: 135,990

Fitness Minutes: 206,678

My Goals:
When I first joined SparkPeople, I'd seen my weight creeping up and decided that I needed to be more aware of what I was eating and how much I was exercising. Now that I've reached my goal, I'm keeping the Spark alive by adding nonweight-related goals:

THE PHYSICAL:
- Do some ST every day.

AND THE EMOTIONAL:
- Be brave in all things.
- Face challenges head on.
- Keep focus on quality work
- Envision positive outcomes for each day
- Live in the present, neither in fear of the future nor dwelling on the past.
- Make sure that every day I do a little of everything that gives me joy, like talking with SparkFriends, reading, writing, and walking.

All this will make for a VERY busy day, but what the hell. Life is short; make the most of it while you can!

My Program:
Make sure to eat at least SOME breakfast every day, for a kick-start!

Aim to walk a total of 5 miles, 10,000 steps, a day.

Eat only when hungry and stop when full. (This is NOT easy, by the way.)

Do daily pilates-type exercises to keep my hips and back limber.


Personal Information:
I recently moved to Port Charlotte, FL, from Exeter, NH, and am 66 with an emotional age of about 36.

5'7"

Went from 172 in February 2005 to a low of 111 a few summers ago (much too low for me)

Now maintaining and trying to stay below or near120, mainly to fit into more of my clothes and have a flat tummy.

This, too, isn't always easy, because Bill and I love to cook and try out new recipes all the time!

Other Information:
My passions lately are writing; walking; Sparking; gardening; and reading. Of course, that's all when I'm not working as a college textbook editor and local newspaper columnist.

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SCOOTER4263
3/19/2015 2:58:28 PM

Adam Richmond (Man vs Food) used to have that effect on me. emoticon



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MORTICIAADDAMS
3/10/2015 4:22:26 PM

i didn't think you would be bored when you retired. I always have a hundred things I need to be doing. I have been bored very few times since I retired.

I don't think Benny will want any more pets. We're getting older and we don't have anyone who could take care of them if something happens to us. I see poor little cats and dogs that end up at the shelters because their owners died or went into a nursing home. It's sad to me. I don't want to end having it happen to my pets.

I miss your blogs and hearing from you.



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MORTICIAADDAMS
3/9/2015 8:43:51 PM

Long time, no blog. LOL. I hope things are going well there. We are losing another pet. The weather here is finally breaking and we are getting rid of our snow and have warmer temps. Spring is on the way.



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SCOOTER4263
2/9/2015 9:32:44 PM

Lugging the vacuum out of the back room and taking on the 2000 sq ft downstairs (plus the same upstairs, since the damnedable thing is already out) isn't a five minute job. Ithink blowing off additional exercise was okay.



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SCOOTER4263
2/7/2015 12:50:39 PM

It's not a rhetorical question in the least. It's a damned good question. The answer is that I'm doing the FMD with both my daughters, and I don't want to quit on them. Otherwise, I'd do exactly that - just eat less and gather the exercise as it comes.



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