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Harmonica at Carnegie Hall

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Some one sent this to us and it is too good not to pass along...Enjoy!

www.wimp.com/harmonicacarnegie/

If you can't get it directly from here it is worth it to copy and paste it.

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JUDITH316 7/9/2012 2:43AM

    Thanks so much, I've heard him play before but this one tops them all, what a blessing he is, thanks so much for sharing the link... emoticon emoticon emoticon

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WONDERFUL2BME 6/30/2012 1:39PM

    This brought back memories of my brother playing the harmonica. He would sit and play that thing for hours. Thanks for the link.

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2BEHEALTHYRME 6/27/2012 12:29PM

    That was great! Thanks for sharing :)

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KATHRYNLP 6/27/2012 8:23AM

    Amazing!!!!!! Now that's worth listening to... emoticon emoticon

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MORTICIAADDAMS 6/26/2012 9:12PM

    My grandpa played the harmonica. I love them.

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MILLISMA 6/26/2012 8:06PM

    Thanks for the link. I can't believe how good he was. Have never heard a harmonica played that well before. emoticon

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What size plate do you use?

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

About a year and a half ago I got a "tip" from SP about using a smaller plate. You know what they used to call a salad or sandwich plate...that's what came to my mind. So I thought if I'm going to portion control my food maybe a smaller plate would help with that. So I started to use that size plate for all my meals at home. I believe my mind always visualized a plate full of food. So using a smaller plate and portion control my mind still"saw" a plate full of food. As time past I rummaged for some antique plates to make my dinners festive and fun.
There still are occasions for big plates. Like when we go out to eat. I see the large plate/portions and my mind says "I could never eat all of that" and I will admit I see everything on that big plate in half....always giving me a second meal for the next day. I love a bargain so when I can get two meals for the price of one I'm happy.
Now I have a confession to make. I used a big plate for lunch at home today...why, you ask. Because I was going to have something I haven't had in years. An iceberg lettuce wedge with blue cheese dressing. I haven't bought iceberg lettuce in years as I prefer the baby green mix with spinach. I found a recipe for blue cheese dressing made with yogurt etc. and was going to try it, but when I got to the store I found a bottle of "Marzetti Simply light blue cheese dressing" made with yogurt and decided it would cost less to buy the bottle than all the ingredients for the recipe. (by the way the dressing is excellent)
Along side my "salad" I had sliced cucumber and cut in half grape tomatoes (another thing I have learned: to fill a plate if you cut up the food it takes up more space and keeps you in the portion control mode) Along with all of those yummy veggies I had a left over Hungry Girl Buffalo style burger. Now you see why I used a big plate at home....the lettuce alone took up more than half the plate. It's well over three hours since I had lunch and I am still full. Good thing we are having chicken with cauliflower for dinner with only fruit for dessert.
Let me finish this by saying if you still are having some trouble with daily portion control maybe changing your plate size is the way to go.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope your day is/was a good one and hugs for everyone.....you can never have too many.

  
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CRAZY_DIET_MOM 7/8/2012 6:53PM

    I love the idea of finding pretty antique plates to keep meals interesting. Thanks for the ideas.

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DFROMTX 6/27/2012 6:00AM

    Thanks for the good ideas. Changing plates sounds like a nice way to go, too.

HAPPY SPARKING!!

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HUMBLERUNNER 6/24/2012 10:45AM

    I do this as well. Makes a big difference.

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MISSCUS 6/21/2012 6:23PM

    emoticon it works, I do it too, but I use a saucer. emoticon

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ESYLVANTUTOR207 6/21/2012 2:13PM

    I loved this blog, Barb. I have been using a smaller plate for a long time and since it looks so full. I feel like I am eating a lot. I also liked the idea of cutting up those tomatoes or other veggies so the plate looks even fuller. Isn't it funny how we have to "fool" our brains when we eat so we feel better and more satisfied? These are great suggestions....I still have not learned to like cauliflower very much so I will have to search for some interesting recipes....Seems like you have that MOJO back. Hurray! ((HUGS))
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KATHRYNLP 6/21/2012 8:49AM

    Loved this Blog... and that iceberg salad too! Smaller plates do the trick... as do kitchen scales! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 6/20/2012 8:56PM

    OMG! I just bought a bottle of the Marzetti's Simply Dressed Blue Cheese myself! Never thought of the iceburg wedges! We used to have that all the time in the summer -- w/tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and a bit of either chicken or tuna. DELISH!

And I think you're right. Normally I'm one that prefers to just make my own dressing and 99% of the time I do make just a simple vinagarette. But once in a "blue" moon when I have a taste for blue cheese I figure it's cheaper ingredient-wise to just buy a small bottle of dressing, and that's when I tried the Marzettis. It really is good.

HUGS

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SPIRIT42013 6/20/2012 6:07PM

    I always use a smaller plate! My bariatric doctor suggested it, and it works with one proviso--- don't refill it!

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PICKYNICKI 6/20/2012 5:41PM

    I have heard of this before, and use this practice sometimes; however I always groan when I pull them out of the cabinet because they look so small!! They hold plenty of food though once we get it on there, don't they? Congrats to you for making your meals more fun! :)

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NSTARSMITH 6/20/2012 5:31PM

    What an excellent practice you came up with! And I especially like the finding of nice antique plates to dress up your meals!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 6/20/2012 5:29PM

    We have several sizes of plates and seldom use the extra large or large. We usually use the medium ones.

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SCHOOLCOOK2 6/20/2012 4:41PM

    This is so true. I have paper plates that are small so looks like I have alot on it. Then I also have the dessert size for certain days and small cups for cereal. It really helps.


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JKPONYGIRL 6/20/2012 4:41PM

    your lunch sounds so delicious I think I'll have to dig up a BIG plate and make some soon!

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HEALTHY14REAL 6/20/2012 4:39PM

    I too have started using smaller plates. I found two great ones at a thrift shop which are "mine". They really do make a difference. A small piece of lean protein and fill the rest with veggies and it's perfect.

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PATRICIAANN46 6/20/2012 4:36PM

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He's home (sigh!) and I'm back to sparking

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

As some of you are aware our son came in from Portland late last Wednesday.
So good to see him (been a couple of years). He put on a little weight, but looks healthy. He loves to cook and take anything in the kitchen and make it into a feast. He also is into healthy eating with lots of veggies and fruits. We were able to spend 2 1/2 days together catching up and just "hanging" out. I knew he wanted to spend time with some friends also while he was in town. We did manage to get the family together (on one of our hottest days) for a cook out.
Simple burgers and healthy sides. Great time was had by all. On his trip home he ran into bad weather in Minneapolis and instead of a 45 minute lay over he had a 3 hour layer over....got into Portland very late, but did make it to work on Monday.
As far as my Spark plan.....food was OK, exercise so so, water right on. Time spent with son....priceless. Did step on the scale this morning to find a 2 pound gain....but not worried about that.....just give me a week or two (slow loser here) and I will be right back to where I was before he came home.
Thanks for stopping by and hugs go out to all you. Have a wonderful day....glad to get back into the Spark routine again....have to say I missed it.

  
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BILLPHIL123 6/20/2012 7:06AM

    So glad you had that time!! I am lucky to be near my kids!! God bless. Phyllis

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SHARON10002 6/19/2012 9:38PM

    Visits with our children are always cherished and priceless indeed, and two pounds - not bad at all for good times and feasting! The fact that your son is such a fantastic cook who can make a feast out of very simple food is truly an art! I had a friend from France who was just like that. Could open her frig or pantry, pull a few things out, and make you feel like you were eating in a fine french bistro every time! emoticon I commend you because I know I would have gained more than just two pounds! emoticon It's so hard when they leave again, though. . .

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JJSINGSTHEBLUES 6/19/2012 6:39PM

    Thank you for commenting on my blog. Even though I don't know you at all.

It has been so good to hear a friendly word.

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/17/2012 7:48PM

    Having those priceless memories of the time spent with your son is well worth those two pounds. We never get to spend enough time with our loved ones.
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ESYLVANTUTOR207 6/14/2012 10:34PM

    So glad that you enjoyed your time with your son. It must have been wonderful to have him home with you...I am sure the time just flew by. Sounds like great company, great food and some special memories were made. Lots of hugs being sent your way.
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JUSTA123 6/13/2012 8:38AM

    I am so happy that you had such a nice visit, I know how it is when family lives so far away and how much we miss them!

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OPALMOON 6/13/2012 3:12AM

    Glad you had a great time with your son!

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IAMAGEMLOVER 6/12/2012 6:52PM

    I am so glad that you had a good time with your son. Don't worry about the two pounds, you will kick that to the curb. It was worth the memories.

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MSLZZY 6/12/2012 5:38PM

    So glad you had a wonderful visit! Priceless
for sure! Sorry your son had such a long
layover but he seems to have take it all
in stride. HUGS!

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DONNAKOVAC 6/12/2012 2:26PM

    Sounds like a priceless visit indeed and two pounds - not bad at all for good times and feasting! I love the idea of burgers and healthy sides - then it's like you don't feel as though you're missing out and everyone can eat healthy! It's a win/win!

While you were busy with your son, I learned that we're moving to Winnipeg by July 1! Gone into hyper drive mode! (In case I wasn't already there) and it snowed! Yesterday! LOL

Have a great week! Glad to have you back! though were very happy to share you with your son, too! :)

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1CRAZYDOG 6/12/2012 10:20AM

    emoticon Kids always take a part of you with them when they leave, don't they! Glad you had such a nice visit.

Family time is indeed priceless!

HUGS!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 6/12/2012 10:01AM

    Your time with your son sounded wonderful. Well worth a couple of pounds. And it is considered inconsequential since plus or minus up to 4 pounds is normal.

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2BEABETTERME 6/12/2012 9:36AM

    A wonderful visit with family is worth the two pounds. You have the right attitude and it will be gone in no time!

Have a great week!
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SCHOOLCOOK2 6/12/2012 9:18AM

    Sounds like a good time and so happy you had time with your son.. Family is priceless.

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KATHRYNLP 6/12/2012 9:11AM

    Sounds like you had a great time seeing your son, catching up on everything..etc. Glad you're bad to Sparking again.. missed you!! emoticon emoticon

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EFFIEANNIE 6/12/2012 9:07AM

    I'm so glad you had a good visit with your son. I also am a slow loser, it would take me a while to get it off. The good thing is we know it will come off! Hope you're having a good day.

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BEARGODDESS 6/12/2012 9:05AM

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Two Year SparkVersay.....

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Two years ago today I joined the SP site. Today I call this my extended family.
YOU have been here for me through thick and thin (no pun intended). The most important thing I have learned: it is the journey not the destination that is truly important.
Replacing old habits with new ones is not easy. After all the old habits had many years to develop and the new ones only a couple, but putting these new habits in place has been enlightening. Although I could eye ball the food I put on my plate I still weigh and measure (still get surprised at just how many veggies are in a serving). My preferred drink is water...with every meal and than some. I need to exercise everyday (and track it). When I say I need to, I mean my mind and body will not let me sit still unless I have done some cardio. Have also added ST to the mix.
I have learned that when I slip and fall I can get back up right there, not having to wait until tomorrow or next Monday. And I know that SP friends will always be here for me as I am for them.
I haven't hit my long term weight goal (yet), but what I am taking away from this journey is far more important and valuable for a lifetime of healthy living. I look forward to being here for a long time, because we just don't give up on family. We stick together no matter what.
So today I will celebrate (may even have an extra piece of watermelon...unlike the old habit of a piece of cherry pie) and embrace this continuing journey of a healthier lifestyle.
Thanks for stopping by.....Hugs coming your way.

  
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SHARON10002 6/19/2012 9:32PM

    Happy belated but sincere Sparkversary!!! I totally agree with you that the friends we make on Spark are a very important part of this journey and the weight loss is a bonus. You are an inspiration to me and many others. You have made the lifestyle and healthy changes and you are seeing results!
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WVAWACKADOO 6/5/2012 8:26PM

    Happy #2 Anniversary with SP...can't wait to get that amt. of time under my belt... haha...I hope to be able to WEAR a belt by then. Take care & keep up the good work...

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JUDITH316 5/29/2012 9:11PM

    Happy 2nd Sparkversary..congrats on your accomplishments...you are doing a great job, keep up the great work...I look forward to connecting with you here as we cheer each other on our journies... emoticon

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CIVIAV 5/29/2012 7:46AM

    Happy, Happy B!
Through thick and thin you bet!
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MOMMA_BEAR_69 5/28/2012 11:20PM

    Happy Second Anniversary and a healthier lifestyle!!!
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JUSTA123 5/28/2012 10:19AM

    emoticon so true old habits are hard to break, we may never be totally rid of them, but at least we know how to keep them at bay!

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SCHOOLCOOK2 5/28/2012 9:14AM

    Happy Sparkversary!!! How time flies. I hae been stuck for two weeks now at my 189 but not letting it get me down. The back is doing better. The shot worked some but talked to doc again. I might have to do another shot to get me thru the summer. If still not good then will do surgery next fall.

Did my treadmill this morning ( I try to get on every morning) and decided I need to try something else. So have a ball that I got some time ago for my back and going to try to work with that.

Take care Barb and keep on sparking!

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2BEABETTERME 5/28/2012 7:55AM

    Happy Sparkiversary! You have made great progress to be proud of!
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BECCABOO127 5/27/2012 7:58PM

    Congrats on your 2 year anniversary! SP was and is the best thing I've found in a long time!

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ESYLVANTUTOR207 5/27/2012 5:48PM

    Congratulations, Barb! Sounds to me like you have made some great life changes in the last two years. I am so happy for you. You stuck to the plan and are seeing results. You are my inspiration and one of the reasons I keep moving ahead no matter how many times I fall down. Eventually this thick head of mine will get it and I will join you once again in losing some weight. And you are so right...the friends we make on Spark are a very important part of this journey and the weight loss is a bonus. Enjoy your weekend, my dear friend and thanks for your neverending support and for always being there to pick me up when I'm down. You are definitely appreciated by me. Lots of hugs being sent your way on your special day. xoxox
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IAMAGEMLOVER 5/27/2012 5:11PM

    Happy 2nd sparkaversary. You said it all. People join spark to lose weight. After awhile it sinks in that the journey is more important and the weight loss is secondary. The friendships, bonds. and habits that are formed is what is the most important.

Thanks and love coming your way.

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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/27/2012 4:28PM

    Happy Sparkversary!! You have learned a lot and done great. I look forward to many, many, many more years of your being in the family.

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EFFIEANNIE 5/27/2012 2:01PM

    Happy anniversary! Sounds like you have gained a great outlook and a lot of positive habits.

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    Happy 2nd Anniversary! emoticon

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KATHRYNLP 5/27/2012 10:26AM

    Well said.. and congrats on the two years here. My second year was just 4 days ago! Here's to many more happy days and a better lifestyle with Spark. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 5/27/2012 10:14AM

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Through thick and thin! DEFINITELY!!!! HEE HEE

Muych spark love going your way. You are the best.

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No weigh in today/ they "got me"...

Sunday, May 20, 2012

I have used Sundays for my weigh in day since starting SP two years ago, because weekends were always difficult for me. I decided this would "teach" me to embrace this journey 7 days a week and it has worked for me.
Today I will not weigh in.....yesterday DH and I were to another couple for a late lunch at a Mexican restaurant (had my meal planned out and knew if I stayed away from the guacamole I would be on track). Well, we met up with the couple and I thought we were going to our table.....instead we went into an alcove where everyone shouted "Surprise"! In that room were family and friends gathered to celebrate my up coming 65th birthday...and I had no idea this was going to happen. I was needless to say, very surprised. While greeting all my guests there were a few tears shed along the way....happy ones and sad ones.There were two people missing. My friend Mary who is still in ICU in God's hands and my son who couldn't get a flight out of Portland in time for the party....(he is still coming June 6-10 WooHoo)
It was a wonderful afternoon. I did manage to stay on track calorie wise, but the morning I'm feeling "puffy". I'm sure do to high sodium and maybe the two drinks I had (forgot to drink water, water, water...sigh!) Oh, I almost forgot....there was a chocolate cupcake cake too, which I indulged in.
I know there were pictures taken and when they come to my computer I will post them.
Just a foot note: 3 years ago I had a surprise 65th birthday party for my BFF.
She really enjoyed the "pay back", especially when they brought out the cake and "plopped" a sombrero on my head and sang Happy Birthday -(I had that done to her too!)
Hugs to all who take the time to read this and I hope ALL of you have a wonderful Sunday.

  
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MSLZZY 5/27/2012 9:23AM

    What a wonderful surprise! HUGS!

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SCHOOLCOOK2 5/25/2012 4:12PM

    Sorry I missed the birthday. 65 is a good number and a little bit of cheating is allowed. Still saying prayers for your friend Mary.

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SHARON10002 5/24/2012 3:31PM

    Happy 65th!!! It sounds like you had so much fun!!! Don't feel guilty for enjoying yourself yesterday!! I know today you are back on track again! I too will have a margarita in your honor!! Cheers!!! emoticon

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JUSTA123 5/24/2012 3:20PM

    Oh Happy Birthday! Glad you had fun!

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CIVIAV 5/22/2012 10:20AM

    Happy Upcoming Barb! I'll have a margarita in your honor!

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MILLISMA 5/21/2012 11:15AM

    Happy Birthday! What a great surprise and sounds like such a wonderful time. I think you did great and that puffy feeling will leave you soon.

hugs....Mary Anne

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OPALMOON 5/21/2012 8:17AM

    Sounds like a wonderful, fun day! Happy birthday wishes to you - have a wonderful day when it comes up.

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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/20/2012 9:57PM

    Happy Birthday!! What a wonderful birthday surprise!! I would have loved it!

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EFFIEANNIE 5/20/2012 8:52PM

    Wonderful- so glad they were able to surprise you! Have a very happy birthday- 65 is a big one!

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 5/20/2012 11:37AM

    Very happy birthday wishes coming your way!!! So glad you were surprised as they are always the best. Glad to see a good "what goes around comes around." Enjoy a blessed Sunday.
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IAMAGEMLOVER 5/20/2012 11:13AM

    Happy Birthday. It is good to know that you are as loved off SP as you are by your SP friends. I know it was a wonderful surprise for you. After that wonderful surprise you still have your son coming home to look forward to. Oh, btw, birthday cupcakes have no calories(ok so I made that up, one can dream)

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2FEATHER 5/20/2012 11:07AM

    Ahhhh.....sounds really nice. Happy Birthday to you and update us on how Mary's doing. Prayers always.

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MAUITN 5/20/2012 11:00AM

    What a great and fun surprise. Here's wishing you a fabulous 65th birthday!

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1CRAZYDOG 5/20/2012 10:38AM

    Awwww, just drink your water, water, water too and this too shall pass (ok, pun INTENDED!) I am so glad you had a wonderful time. You deserved it.

Prayers for your friend, my dear. She is INDEED in God's hands, but what better Hands to be in.

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KATHRYNLP 5/20/2012 10:23AM

    What a wonderful surprise for you... and how wise not to beat yourself up any more than necessary by weighing-in today. I glad you had a great time, and still looking forward to see that son of yours too! "Happy Birthday!!" emoticon emoticon

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BARBWMS 5/20/2012 10:13AM

    Happy Birthday!!!

I do know the puffy feeling after good Mexican food... I'm slowly coming to the belief that occasionally real life calls for minor indulgence and we look at the long run...

Enjoy the week.. and you are so blessed to have so many people who love you!

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BEARGODDESS 5/20/2012 10:02AM

    Well Happy Birthday!! I hope you have a wonderful day and I think that it was wise of you to stay off of the scale this week. (Who needs a little sodium weight gain for a present?) Lol!



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BILLPHIL123 5/20/2012 10:00AM

    Glad tou had a good day! emoticon

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KNITTER53 5/20/2012 9:58AM

    Smart girl! Glad you enjoyed your day and won't worry about it today. It WAS only one day! Good for you! emoticonSo Happy Birthday!


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