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Little Things Mean A Lot

Saturday, July 06, 2013

I loved the article in Best of Spark People this morning. The one titled "25 Ways To Get Back On Track". The suggestions were such little things. Easy-peasy things. Things you can do without exhaustion, fear, or shame. They're not the sort of things that remind you of how bad you've been. They're not the sort of things that demonstrate how out of shape you've let yourself get. they're just little sweet pleasures you can toss into your life like croutons in a salad or sprinkles on a donut. Or should I say INSTEAD of croutons and sprinkles.

Take a walk
drink some water
exercise for 10 minutes ... or even just 5
go shopping for healthy food

Doncha just love it? As I read this list of little trim tabs that you can flick to put you back on course I was reminded of this old Kitty Kallen song:

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BRADMILL2922 7/9/2013 12:13AM

    Gotta love how the small things can add up to something big! Thanks for sharing!

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LRSILVER 7/6/2013 9:49PM

    Thanks for sharing.

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MSLZZY 7/6/2013 5:53PM

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KANOE10 7/6/2013 5:35PM

    Great! Keeps us all on track. Yay for small things that help!


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BETHGILLIGAN 7/6/2013 1:23PM

    Love it!

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WATERMELLEN 7/6/2013 10:56AM

    What a glorious song! And yup: little things really mean everything in weight loss as in life . . . .

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JACKIE542 7/6/2013 10:10AM

    Wonderful, thank you. Loved the song and little things do mean a lot!! emoticon emoticon

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CAROLJEAN64 7/6/2013 10:02AM

    I am listening to that wonderful song as I am writing ... it is so wonderful and so true. It is the little things that come together to create our live. Thanks for posting.

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HARPERLADY 7/6/2013 9:02AM

    nice I will have to check it out

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SLIMMERJESSE 7/6/2013 8:43AM

    Nice reminder blog. Thanks!

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Are We There Yet? a RB/LB conversation

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

emoticon Left Brain So - how ya feeling there?

emoticon Right Brain Pretty good thanks.

emoticon Left Brain That was a good weigh in yesterday. 147.6 lbs. down about 2 lbs without really trying that hard.

emoticon Right Brain Well. It may not have been so hard for you but I had a lot of scary days in June.

emoticon Left Brain I could feel your tension. Especially when we had to actually track what we'd eaten. It was hard to always tell the truth.

emoticon Right Brain Yeah. And it was hard to obey you when you made me stop eating.

emoticon Left Brain Oh? It can't have been that hard if you did stop and we did drop some lbs.

emoticon Right Brain Well. well. It felt hard at the time.

emoticon Left Brain Maybe sometimes. But lots of times I picked up on some pretty good feelings.

emoticon Right Brain Yeah. Yeah. I did feel good lots of the time. But mostly only when you asked me how I felt and took enough time to listen to my answer. Mostly then. If you just said NO ... well. Remember that cake we ate with Hannah last week? 'member?

emoticon Left Brain Oh. Yes. I do remember. But I didn't say no either, remember that?

emoticon Right Brain Yeah but it still pinched. I still missed out on some of the fun because I felt guilty. If you had given me time before we went out to eat maybe I would have enjoyed every bite. If we had already decided we were going to eat cake - it would have been more fun. I don't like cake being sprung on me like that.

emoticon Left Brain Hmmm. I didn't think of that. I don't like it either. And you know, she and I are going to VaBeach this month. There's going to be a lot of temptation. I am really going to have to LISTEN to what you're feeling BEFORE we go to a restaurant - maybe even before we get out of bed! I promise. I will do that.

emoticon Right Brain Thanks. That would be a real help. a great big real help.

emoticon Left Brain (smiling at her feeling brain) Well. Helping you helps me.

emoticon Right Brain (winking back at her thinking self) Ahh so it's always all about you isn't it?

(both laugh)

emoticon Left Brain So. Are we there yet? Are we at goal?

emoticon Right Brain I don't know. I don't think so. Especially if we actually lost weight in June while we ate lots of extra stuff.

emoticon Left Brain Well - we hadn't been doing any strength training for 2 weeks. Muscle loss could have begun to set in. We could have lost muscle and not fat.

emoticon Right Brain Yeah. I know. And I don't like the fat hanging off our tummy.

emoticon Left Brain But we look really good in our clothes.

emoticon Right Brain Well. That helps with the good mood and all, but I think it ought to go anyway - that tummy fat. and since we have hard muscles underneath the fat .... here - feel. See?

emoticon Left Brain (patting her tummy) Yeah. Yeah. I agree. So. Do you want to keep trying to lose lbs instead of steadying off?

emoticon Right Brain Yes. Yes. I want to get to 143 lbs. I said so months ago. I still want it.

emoticon Left Brain I'm good with that. Just checking in with you. I think we have a wide leeway with this weight thing. Unless we learn something different or the doctor makes different recommendations I'm willing to keep working till we're where you feel the best.

emoticon Right Brain Okay then I want to keep trying to loose. But you keep checking back with me. If I feel differently I want you to know.

emoticon Left Brain Well - I'd want to know - if I didn't we could make a train wreck out of all our progress. We can have this conversation next month after weigh-in and see how you feel.

emoticon Right Brain Okay. No train wrecks. But no ignoring feelings.

emoticon Left Brain So that means we're not there yet, right?

emoticon Right Brain Nope. Not yet. But soon, right? Soon.

emoticon Left Brain Yep. soon. Now - let's go make breakfast. I'm hungry.

emoticon Right Brain Me too. I want peanut butter toast!

(and those 2 brains hook up and head off to the kitchen)

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JACKIE542 7/6/2013 10:05AM

    So cute emoticon

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LEANJEAN6 7/5/2013 10:13AM

    pretty cute blog!!---Lynda emoticon

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MSLZZY 7/3/2013 11:43PM

    I just love those conversations. At least they both sound happy now.
I hope you have an awesome 4th of July, cake and all LOL!

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CAROLJEAN64 7/3/2013 1:10PM

    Love the conversation! For a slightly more serious discussion between right and left brain check out this TED talk by a scientist who remembers what it felt like to have a stroke.

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KANOE10 7/3/2013 9:19AM

    NIce blog. I am glad the two are getting along and that you lost two pounds. emoticon emoticon

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CELIAMINER 7/3/2013 9:02AM

    I really enjoy your LB/RB blogs! Have a happy Fourth!
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SAABSTORY 7/3/2013 8:45AM

    That was pretty good. It is amazing what the same brain can do if we direct it in the right direction.

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TORTISE110 7/3/2013 8:45AM

    Boy, ain't it the truth. Fun blog.

Just so you know. As long as you stay in Maintenance team you can go for your new goal. We need you there!


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GETULLY 7/3/2013 8:26AM

    Very fun! You listen to yourself like we all should! emoticon emoticon

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Some Thoughts on a Saturday Morning

Saturday, June 29, 2013

It's the last Saturday in June and real hot weather summer is upon us. Of course, it's nothing like last year's real hot summer weather which was more often over 100 degrees than not. This summer it's different - like the Start page on Sparkpeople this morning.

I'd had a tip off from a spark buddy I met up with yesterday (first time ever!!!) who told me the roll-out had happened yesterday. I see some folk don't like the changes but I agree with the editors. This is a much more streamlined page and it still tempts me to explore. I tend to use SP from a serendipitous point of view. I always begin with Best of SparkPeople email - and follow the leads it presents. I've met more new people, gotten more new ideas and just all around enjoyed myself going with the flow. It's a little surprise gift first thing in the morning.

I say Thanks SP for keeping it fresh. (I'm also glad the swapped around the points earning options - again, just for the variety factor.)

Meeting up with SP friend CLBENS was fun. She looks great too! And we both ordered the same lean protein rich lunch - without even discussing it first! Next time, though - we will probably meet for something more active.

For a long time there didn't seem to be any sparkers who lived close enough for me to meet up with but this summer several have swung into my orbit. I'm looking forward to hooking up with them.

Last night there was a wine tasting in our local wine shop - She does these about twice a month on Friday evenings and they're like little parties. Afterwards there was a free bluegrass concert down the street at a riverside park. These are sponsored by our local main street organization and this is their second season. Last year I bought tickets for all of them and then never got to go to one - and gave my tickets away. It was fun to stroll down the street and listen to the music after sipping my wine (carefully calculated to fit within the days calories/points)

It was the last day of the fiscal year and though I believe I've tied up all the strings, I have a funny feeling that maybe I did not. It all seems too easy this year. Of course, there have been huge personnel changes this year, both in the library and in the county government - so maybe that's what's giving me that odd sensation. At least I know the changes are for the better, so I will just throw out my blessing hook and expect the best.

Ah well. a meandering blog with no real insights or words of wisdom - just a few thoughts fluttering around on a Saturday morning. Hope your Saturday is full of joy.

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IMREITE 6/30/2013 1:37AM

    Sounds like a good day.

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LRSILVER 6/29/2013 9:57PM

    Glad you got to meet a sparkfriend.

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MSLZZY 6/29/2013 6:47PM

    Out with the old and in with the new. It is exciting to see changes on SP. It does encourage me to explore parts of the site that will help me even more!

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CELIAMINER 6/29/2013 12:14PM

    I don't mind the changes in the Spark start page, but I do notice polls no longer award points. Being a "points whore," I'm still searching for where the point opportunities have gone, and I see that articles and Spark Blog page items now award 5 points rather than 3. I like that, since I see the educational and motivational aspects of those tools as very valuable.

Your wine tasting sounds like fun! We have a couple of shops close by that do tastings, and the "nicer" of the two (a gourmet/specialty/wine) shop also has music on occasion. Then there are all the wineries in Virginia! We have a couple of favorites, though getting there is not as easy as getting to one of the shops.

Finally, thanks for reminding me that it's the end of the FY for one of my volunteer organizations, and as treasurer, I need to get the financial report together.

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KANSASROSE67 6/29/2013 11:58AM

    Your evening sounds wonderful! And I'm so glad the budget process was better this year. I sent mine off to our new city manager and haven't heard a thing...hoping no news is good news!

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JLITT62 6/29/2013 11:37AM

    Having worked in social media before we really had a term for it, I can tell you people don't like change.

How lucky to have some local spark buddies!

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KANOE10 6/29/2013 9:43AM

    Yes, we have had major changes in our library system..due to lack of funding. I hope your job is secure for next year.

We have 100 wineries in my area so wine tasting can be very much fun.

You sound happy and focused. I don't mind the changes on Spark People..Change is good for us. I am going to have to check out those emails from Spark.

We are hitting the 100s..that is why I exercise early!

Have a great Saturday.

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FORBANDE 6/29/2013 8:58AM

    How great to meet another Sparker! I'm meeting a Spark Friend in July and am very excited. The wine tasting sounds so fun!

Have a wonderful weekend!

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What's Different This Summer? What's the Same?

Monday, June 24, 2013

For a long time I've thought about writing this blog - the promptings of inspiration have been there but not the actual inspiration - so I've just allowed the thoughts to float around. And though I still don't feel inspired to write - I do want to get these thoughts down before they fade away because this summer is really different.

A year ago I finally broke through that 160 lb barrier that had held me in its grasp for more than a year. It felt great. It put me within target range of my old weight goal of 150 lbs. Clothes were fitting better. People were complimenting me on how I looked. Not too tall, not too short, a little chunky and squishy but well proportioned. And for a 59 year old woman, living in the rural (think FAT) south, I didn't look too bad.

One year later there is a physical difference. I've been at or below my goal weight for almost 4 months. Now, when I am naked and standing with my arms at my sides, they don't brush against my hip fat. I feel muscle and bone when I stroke my hand down the length of my thigh. My arms, thanks to a year of lifting weights, have a pretty definition to them. Interestingly enough, people seldom notice it anymore, yet the look and feel of me is really different this summer. It's fun too - this difference.

So what's not different?

1. For a long time the goal was to reach 150 lbs. Now, I'm not sure I want to stay at the goal weight I selected. I'm not 5'6" any more - I'm a full inch shorter - diagnosed with osteopenia. There's still a fairly substantial roll of fat in my lap when I sit down. It disappears when I stand up but it doesn't seem to be doing anything for me - it's not as if it were cushioning a joint or something. And since there are some pretty strong ab muscles beneath the layer - I am wondering if it's something I ought to dispense with. That means I'm still thinking 'Weight Loss'.

2. Also, I am not really sure how to LIVE at a maintenance weight. I suspect that I'll be tracking what I eat for the rest of my life. I've always thought of that as a "diet activity" - even though, yeah, yeah, I know the mantra ... "It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle"

Well, okay. But. Tracking still FEELS like a diet. So - where else in my life do I track and does that feel 'restrictive' ... like a diet? I track my money - and that just feels like real life. I track the moment I write a check. Always. And once a month I do a full look-over of our financial situation. I LOVE knowing about my money - how much there is - how long it would take to plan for a big purchase - How many options I have with my cash. Even if I've overindulged and need to rein in the spending, knowing I can do it - that it's only going to take some little tweaks, makes it exciting. Doing the money math is absolutely fun for me.

I also write down a to-do list at the end of each work day. I call it my Charles Schwab List. It doesn't feel like some burdensome work-diet. It just feels like being a good steward of my job. Each week I have 40 hours to make my work world absolutely wonderful. And if I do that most of the time, I can also let it slide a little - take things easy, take a day off to go have lunch with a friend. By keeping things written down I know I'm doing my part. It doesn't mean I can prevent every bad thing from happening at work. After all, I live and function in a world full of Other People. but it does mean that when Stuff Happens, I don't have to add guilt and shame to my plate of difficulties. Tracking at work keeps me safe.

So yeah. Tracking my food is NOT something I'm going to stop doing, probably ever.


Can I be okay with this? Can this feel like part of a normal life? Hmm. I think so.

Even though I can see the value of weekly meal planning, I've always resisted it because it doesn't take into consideration the unexpected - like sudden invitations or particiularly hard days at work that sap all my desire to cook at all. Making a week's worth of plans that I then don't follow just depresses me. BUT I can plan for a day. I've begun to track my whole day early in the morning. I usually know exactly what I'm going to have for breakfast so I can be specific with that. If lunch is going to be in a restaurant I allow a certain number of 'points' or calories. That lets me know what's left for dinner so that I can either shop for what I need for dinner or select from what's in the pantry.

So - yeah. Tracking this way is almost exactly like my Charles Schwab Things To Do list at work.

Ah well. I have meandered all around my current status long enough. It is sufficient to say that this summer Some Things are Different and Some Things are TheSame.

Here's an article about rural obesity that contains NO surprises for someone who actually lives there:

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LRSILVER 6/25/2013 4:40AM

    I like your analogy. Tracking makes you accountable.

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SHIRAZSOLLY 6/25/2013 2:01AM

    I live in rural Oregon and used to live in rural Virginia. In both areas, I was the "thin one" in a sea of overweight people. Except after I moved here, I definitely wasn't so thin anymore. It's just that others were even bigger than I was. I can't even mention being on a diet here for fear of insulting someone! So I've learned to be cautious how I phrase things. It's about comparing ourselves to our own internal standards, our younger selves or our ideal selves. We're not judging them.

If you keep on doing what you are doing, reflecting, working out, being honest with yourself and not letting the stress get to you, you will keep losing and maybe some people will be asking for your secret. And wouldn't that be great, to help provide a little motivation and inspiration to turn around someone who is ready to leave behind an unhealthy lifestyle now?

BTW - I got shorter, too. Bummer, huh? Being taller makes us look skinnier! But lifting weights increases bone mass, so we know what to do!

Have a great week!

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MCFITZ2 6/24/2013 9:57PM

    Good for you. Well done. emoticon

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NIKKICOLE83 6/24/2013 5:21PM

    This is my first time reading your blog and your spirit just speaks right through it. I think you are right on track and like you said, the roll on your tummy isn't helping anything so why not lose it? I think maintenance is going to be so much harder than losing and so I understand the desire to continue with the behaviors that helped you lose. I think now, you have a little more freedom to enjoy a glass of wine or share a desert.

And in the rural south, you are stick thin for their standards! I am suprised no one has strapped you down and force biscuits and gravy down your throat!

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KANSASROSE67 6/24/2013 3:32PM

    Thanks for the link to the article. Very good points about rural obesity. I'm on a task force here for chronic disease prevention, and we're working on the triple threat of lack of exercise, obesity, and tobacco use.

It seems we country folks have lost the hard physical labor component of the past but gained the widespread consumption of processed foods and soda. Lots of work ahead to make the changes needed.

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CHRISTIECAT 6/24/2013 12:46PM

    That article certainly rings true here - the closest CSA is 45 minutes away in a land where farms are everywhere.....they just produce so few produce items - mainly corn and'd think produce prices and availability would be cheap and easy in the country!

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KANOE10 6/24/2013 10:08AM

    That was a great blog. My summer is different also. After a year of lifting weights my arms and legs are more sculpted and I finally am not embarrassed to wear sleeveless shirts. I also have loose skin over my stomach which I fear will not come off, despite my abdominal muscle workouts.

I agree with you, tracking is going to continue throughout maintenance for me. Planning meals ahead is also going to continue.

You have done a great job of maintaining your loss for 4 months! Way to go.

I live in a rural town in the Northwest. We also have problems with obesity!


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JLITT62 6/24/2013 9:00AM

    I've got that stomach roll when I sit, too & it drives me freakin' nuts! Some of it is because yeah, I still need to lose 5 lbs (depending on the week) & some of it I'm guessing is because the skin is all stretched out from those extra 35 lbsthat are gone & older skin isn't as elastic.

I suspect I'll always have it, altho if I lost 10 lbs maybe it wouldn't be so noticeable, but I really doubt that's gonna happen.

As to tracking, I'm with you - I think I'll always need to do it & frankly that doesn't really bother me much. If that's the price to maintain my weight I'm totally willing to pay it.

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EMILY0724 6/24/2013 8:58AM

    I could have written this blog! Almost EVERYTHING you said describes me. However, I have yet to get below 160 . I hover between 163 and 161. My goal weight is the same. I have that belly roll. I live in the South (near Memphis). on and on.

thanks for putting my thoughts into words!! I've often wondered what I will do when I reach my goal weight. I'll probably keep tracking, too. It's so ingrained in me now that it feels totally wrong to not track!

Best wishes and many blessings to you!


Where in the South do you live?

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BETHGILLIGAN 6/24/2013 8:35AM

    You make some great points. We do a lot of tracking of different things in our lives and never give it a second thought. But, tracking food seems like such a burden, so unnatural. Hmm! I've stopped tracking (again) and definitely need to get back to it. I'm getting way too fluffy and lazy!! Thanks for the insights! It seems I need a change of mindset--tracking food is something I just do!

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You Could Die From This!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Back in 2007 I was diagnosed with high cholesterol and high blood pressure. My doctor advised medicines and I caviled and whined and begged "Please don't put me on medicine. I'm no good with pills. I never remember to take them. Let me see if I can deal with this through diet. I lost this weight before. I can do it again.

For the first and only time in my life a doctor yelled at me. "Don't you realize you have serious, life threatening conditions? YOU COULD DIE FROM THIS!" he shouted at me. My doctor is so young and has such a baby face that it's hard enough to remember he's probably closing in on 40 - much less imagine him trying to look fierce. That's a real disadvantage with his baby boomer patients who grew up with family doctors who looked more like Professor Dumbledore.

Still, 2 months later I had an incident that convinced me to cooperate with him. As I sat in his office, nodding in submission I said to him "You know - especially in this largely Christian community, the thought of death is never that frightening. While I am in no hurry to die, I'm not afraid of it either. I believe there will be something wonderful after this life and so does almost everyone else who walks through your door. So telling a patient "YOU MIGHT DIE" is just not that convincing an argument. Next time a patient refuses to follow your sage advice tell them:


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KANSASROSE67 6/24/2013 3:35PM

    I completely agree. I'm not afraid of death either, but I am afraid of living as many people have to, suffering and ill. Some of that is out of our control, of course, but I want to do the best I can with the things I do have some control over.

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KANOE10 6/21/2013 6:54PM

    I was sufficiently scared from the effects of diabetes to lose weight. I am in no hurry to die! Your visual comment could scare anybody into losing!

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IMREITE 6/18/2013 11:02PM

    i am not ready to die, but i do want to have halthy habits so i can be active and have energy to enhoy my life. I have so many wonderful things in my life and i waste to much time complaining.

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    That is a warning I think almost anyone will take to heart!

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CBLENS 6/18/2013 10:47AM

    yup, that's real life and what could happen.

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NELLJONES 6/18/2013 9:05AM

    My husband's father died of a diabetic stroke in 1971 at the age of 64. That was before the life saving medications available today. My husband is now 75, was diagnosed with diabetes 13 years ago but didn't take it seriously until his second stroke. He is now alive ONLY because of modern medication. Medication isn't a moral judgement, nor is it a substitute for healthy living. One without the other won't help. Men used to die in their 50s and women in their 60s all the time when we boomers were young. It's not just the doctors' age that has changed. In the end, you have to believe that biological reality means you,too. Having people shake their heads over your grave may help them accept, but it will be too late for you.

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LRSILVER 6/18/2013 8:59AM

    Those youngsters have finished college, medical school and residencies. They are rarely younger than 30, but have seen more in a few short years than you can ever imagine. Take their sage advice.

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STRONG_SARAH 6/18/2013 8:40AM

    You're right. It's a scary image but one worth thinking about. I would like to add also "you could become a burden on your children".
No one wants that.

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KELLIEBEAN 6/18/2013 8:00AM

    Interesting way to look at it. That mental image would get me in gear!


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MJREIMERS 6/18/2013 7:54AM

    Whatever it takes to make someone realize the severity of their condition! I'm like you, I'm not afraid to die, but I would like to see my kids grow up and possibly see grandkids. Now if I could get my husband to get off the couch and eat right so he can be right there with me! emoticon

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BETHGILLIGAN 6/18/2013 7:42AM

    How true!

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MSLZZY 6/18/2013 7:39AM

    The second scenario is more convincing. Let's hope that doesn't happen.
It is all in how you look at things.

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KARENKANDO 6/18/2013 7:21AM

    Oh how I love your thinking! Thanks for sharing. This was a wonderful way to start my day!

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DMEYER4 6/18/2013 6:59AM

  scary but true. thanks for sharing

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TORTISE110 6/18/2013 6:59AM

    Scary indeed! And I sure wish I had a Dumbledore too... These youngsters practicing medicine are so, so....young!!!!

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