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What do Chainsaws & Spas have in common?

Monday, October 21, 2013

My sister, Monika wanted to go to the Benmiller Inn & Spa in Goderich for her 50th birthday but none of our other sisters wanted to because it was over 2 hours each way. So, I told Monika that she and I would go sometime without the others. That was over two years ago.

My dad gave each of us $200 for our birthdays this year in order to have a spa day and we decided that this was the year we would go to the Benmiller. So, I made the reservation for this past weekend. We would each drive up from our respective homes and meet there around 1 p.m. Check-in was 3 but they said we could come early to use their facilities (spa, pool, hot tub and sauna).

When I made the reservation, I had booked the Romantic Retreat package because it was over $100 less than the Girls Spa Getaway and essentially included the same things, i.e. the room, dinner and breakfast. Monika and I have the same last name so we could have pretended to be a couple if necessary. emoticon

It was raining on Saturday but I just took Highway 8 the whole way there so there was no freeway stress involved and I got to go through some small towns that I've heard of but had never been to before so it was an interesting drive (I had made 3 CDs with music to listen to during the drive - see previous blog).

I left home just after 10 a.m. I stopped twice en route, once to stretch and once to use the restroom. But I still got there shortly after 1:00. Monika was already there but only a few minutes before me. We checked in and she gave us our room key but were told that we couldn't actually go to our room until 3, which was fine since we had booked spa treatments that started at 2:00. I had previously made our dinner reservation for 6 p.m. and since I hadn't eaten since breakfast, I told Monika that I wanted to grab some lunch before heading over to the spa so she had a tea and I had some butternut squash soup.

We had to drive from the main registration building where the restaurant was over to the buildings where the spa, pool, etc. were plus the building where our room was as well. We parked and got out of our vehicles to something completely unexpected for a spa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The spa was hosting a Chainsaw Competition to raise funds for cancer!!!!! emoticon I mean seriously, who thought that was a good idea to have a chainsaw competition at a spa???? There were about 6 to 10 chainsaws running all frigging weekend from 9 in the morning onwards!!! emoticon

We were definitely not happy. But at that point, we didn't know that they were going to be there all weekend and we had spa stuff to do so we went into the building where the spa was and Monika went to use the pool before her treatments (Swedish massage and Deep Tissue massage) but since it was less than half an hour until we had to be there, I elected to sit and read instead.

At 2:00, I headed down to the spa and Monika said she would be there shortly. I checked us in and waited for Monika to arrive. Her masseuse took her in first. My first treatment was an Indian head massage. I had had one of those at Langdon Hall & Spa in Cambridge, Ontario and loved it so I was looking forward to another one. The one I had at Langdon was very relaxing with massage not only of the head but the neck, shoulders and face as well and the massage was much more gentle than the one I had here.

The male masseuse was poking his fingers so hard into my head, I developed a headache and he didn't massage anything other than my head and I couldn't wait until it was over. Regretfully, I didn't say anything to him. I just wanted to forget about it. My next treatment was a pedicure. I had the girl paint them fuschia and I think they look pretty good. By the time I was done, Monika had already gone to the room so I headed over there as well. I didn't bother taking my suitcase because I knew if we could hear the chainsaws in our room, we wouldn't be staying.

Fortunately, the cacophony of chainsaws was not heard at all in our room. It was thankfully quiet. We hung out in the room until about 10 to 6 when we headed to dinner. As soon as we came outside, the horribly loud chainsaws once again assaulted our ears. We quickly got in Monika's car and left them behind.

Dinner was included in our package. The waiter told us that our dinner included appetizer, entree and dessert or alternatively we could have two appetizers and an entree instead of dessert. Gratuities and alcohol were separate.

Both Monika and I decided on two appetizers and an entree. I started with a roasted beet and fennel salad which was really good. And, Monika started with seared sea scallops. Monika opted to have her entree next and wanted to finish with her second appetizer. So, her entree was sesame crusted ahi tuna. I opted for my second appetizer, which was Blyth Farm Golden Eweda Raclette (rissole potato, cornichon, double smoked bacon , grainy mustard). I didn't love this one mainly because of the cornichon (pickles). It just didn't work for me. The final item for Monika was the maple smoked salmon and my entree was seared beef tenderloin and jumbo shrimp and they were very good as well.

After dinner, we headed back to our room and thank God, those darn chainsaws were silenced for the night. We got back to our room around 8:30 or so and both of us chose to read until going to sleep. Monika jokingly said that maybe there would be a power failure and the chainsaws wouldn't be able to operate the next morning.

I had put a night light in the bathroom so that if either of us got up in the night, we'd be able to see. However, Monika wanted the bathroom door almost closed to block out most of the light so there was only a thin sliver to be seen through the gap in the door. I went to sleep around 10 but Monika said she had a flashlight and would use it to read, probably for another hour or so.

I slept like the dead and woke up around 2:30 to a completely pitch black room. I assumed Monika had been bothered by the night light and had turned it off but I needed to go to the toilet and absolutely could not see a thing. I walked like a blind woman with my hands stretched out in front of me and shuffled along until I found the bathroom door. I went in and shut the door intending to turn the light on but the light didn't come on so I figured out there had been a power failure.

The next morning when Monika woke up, I told her how suspicious it looked that she had wished for a power failure and had decided not to sleep when I did and had a flashlight. emoticon

But because there was no power, Monika couldn't make her tea in the room so she called the front desk and was told that even though most of the property had no power, the dining room was operating due to being on a generator. Initially, Monika and I had been planning on hiking for an hour before breakfast but since she couldn't function without her tea, we had breakfast first. After breakfast, I went to the bathroom and while I was in there, Monika went to the front desk and demanded compensation from them due to the major disturbance of our quiet and peaceful weekend by the chainsaws. They told her they would have something for us upon checkout.

After we left the building, we headed back to our room to pack so that we could focus the rest of our stay on enjoying their property. First we went for a one hour hike and then we went downstairs in the spa building to swim. I did 20 laps. We didn't bother with the hot tub since we had discovered the night before that it was lukewarm at best. The sauna wasn't much better but we did use it before having to get dressed to go and check out.

When we checked out, we were each given an envelope with a sheet of paper giving each of us a one night stay in one of their deluxe suites plus breakfast to be used before next October. It helped somewhat. I'm personally still planning on writing a letter to them about their unwise choice of hosting a chainsaw competition at a spa. I just want to know WHY they thought this was a good idea? And, even if THEY thought it was a good idea, why didn't they inform us when I made the reservation??? If we had known about the chainsaw competition, we wouldn't have come this weekend. We definitely would have picked a different weekend.

  
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JOYCERN12 10/25/2013 9:35PM

    LOL- if I had drug DH to the spa, that would have been a perfect weekend for us, he would have probably joined the competition.! emoticon

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 10/23/2013 5:47PM

    Oh my! I'm so sorry your Spa trip was beset by such complications. I hope the next trip is much more peaceful. I guess next time you will ask about any events planned for that weekend.

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DEDICATED2HIM 10/23/2013 6:29AM

    oh my.
what a letdown.
Well, it sounds like you made the best of a bad situation. Ihope your next experience with that spa is a better one.

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ERINTFG 10/22/2013 5:26PM

    Crazy, crazy. But think about it-- these sorts of things always make the best stories and memories! :)

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LADYJ6942 10/22/2013 9:58AM

    Good grief, hopefully the next visit is better as this sounds horrible but way to be a trooper.

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A-STRONGER-ME 10/22/2013 5:03AM

    Rest, relaxation, treatments and chainsaws??? The latter cancels the prior out and I am not sure I would have stayed at all - and gee - throw in a power outage!! Sure hope next time is better!

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RONI122 10/21/2013 11:06PM

    I guess the best thing you were able to sleep like a log until 2;30AM.

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ITS_MY_TURN_NOW 10/21/2013 10:41PM

    I would not be happy either. It was good that they gave you a free night and I hope you have a better time when you use it. I'm sorry the head massage gave you a headache. emoticon

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TROPICGAL 10/21/2013 9:55PM

    At least the food was good, and you were both compensated. Very bad idea: chainsaw competition at a spa. omg

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CATLOVER110 10/21/2013 3:50PM

    Oh my goodness! What an experience!

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ROCKPORT9 10/21/2013 3:32PM

    Good grief! Chainsaws at a spa! So wrong.

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JMOUSE99 10/21/2013 3:10PM

    Loved your tease (chainsaws and spas) advertising your blog. I guessed that chainsaws and spas were both noisy and I was kind of right! Glad you got a freebee - not only for the chainsaws but also for that nasty head massage! *And* the power being out.

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My Playlist for the Drive...

Sunday, October 20, 2013

...to and from the Benmiller Inn & Spa in Goderich, Ontario (roughly 3 hours).

- All My Love by Led Zeppelin
- All Star by Smash Mouth
- American Idiot by Green Day
- Baba O'Riley by The Who
- Back in Town by Matt Dusk
- Bad Habit by The Offspring
- Black by Pearl Jam
- Blow at High Dough by The Tragically Hip
- Cinnamon Girl by Neil Young & Crazy Horse
- Creep by Radiohead
- D'yer Mak'er by Led Zeppelin
- Danny Says by The Ramones
- Darktown Strutters' Ball by Jeff Healey's Jazz Wizards
- A Day in the Life by The Beatles
- December by Collective Soul
- Demons by Imagine Dragons
- Don't Hate on Me by Matt Dusk
- Every Morning by Sugar Ray
- Farmhouse by Phish
- Fly by Sugar Ray
- Fool in the Rain by Led Zeppelin
- Is She Really Going Out With Him? by Sugar Ray
- Jesus of Suburbia by Green Day
- Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Guns N' Roses
- Kryptonite by 3 Doors Down
- Life is A Highway by Tom Cochrane
- Little Black Submarines by The Black Keys
- Little Talks by Of Mice and Men
- Lonely People by America
- Losing My Religion by R.E.M.
- Madison Blues by George Thorogood & the Destroyers
- Mountain Sound by Of Mice and Men
- My Body by Young the Giant
- New Orleans is Sinking by The Tragically Hip
- No Rain by Blind Melon
- Paradise City by Guns N' Roses
- Praying for the Rain by Junkhouse
- Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People
- Rock 'N' Roll High School by The Ramones
- Rockin' in the Free World by Neil Young
- Rolling in the Deep by Adele
- Santa Fe by The Cast of Rent
- Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes
- Somebody That I Used to Know by Goyte
- Someday by Sugar Ray
- Sunday Morning by K-Os
- Sweet Child O' Mine by Guns N' Roses
- Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd
- Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones
- You Get What You Give by New Radicals
- You're Gonna Go Far, Kid by The Offspring

  
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MOONSHADOW145 10/27/2013 11:19PM

    This would be a great workout mix, too!

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 10/23/2013 5:45PM

    Love the list. All great traveling songs.

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JMOUSE99 10/21/2013 3:11PM

    Have to come back and look at this next time I'm loading my Ipod. Thanks!

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LETHA_ 10/21/2013 2:47PM

    Rock On!
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_LINDA 10/21/2013 9:45AM

    Quite the mixture, should keep you awake!! Enjoy your trip and spa time!!

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On the Road to Healthy - Part 1

Sunday, October 06, 2013

My mother and I share similar histories of gaining weight. Both of us were slim from childhood to young adults. And, we both gained weight after we got married and we both gained weight after we quit smoking but she also gained weight from bearing 5 children, which I didnít.

In August 1998, my mother was dying from lung cancer and she was losing weight. She jokingly said to me that sheíd always wanted to lose weight but this wasnít exactly the way she had been thinking. But, then she also said that she didnít want me to lose my weight the same way.

When I was a teen, I ate whatever I wanted as a teen but given that we lived in an area that didnít have public transit and given that our family only had one car and 3 teenage girls vying for it, I found it was just easier to walk everywhere so I did.



My weight gain started when I got married. My marriage start weight was 130.



We each had a car and so we didnít walk everywhere anymore. And, we both loved food so we ate whatever, whenever and however much we wanted. Within the first 5 years we were married, I gained 50 pounds. And, then in 1988, I quit smoking and gained another 50 pounds. And, then just randomly over the years between 1984 and 1998, I gained a further 30 pounds so in 1998 when my mum said that she didnít want me to lose weight with a terminal illness the way she did, I weighed 260 pounds.



The way that my mum persuaded me to do this was by offering to pay for me to go to Weight Watchers. So, I agreed and I went. At the end of the first week after I had followed the plan perfectly, my second weigh-in was a shock because I had actually GAINED 4 pounds! And, I stayed there for SIX WEEKS! Now, a lot of people would have given up at this point but my mum was very encouraging and told me it would come and to just stay with it. Unfortunately, the first week I actually lost on the scale was because my mum had died in November 2008 and I just couldnít eat. I quickly found out that I canít eat when Iím upset/ stressed/crying, et cetera.

However, that said, between 1998 and 2003, I lost 70 pounds in total and I was probably happier more of the time than sad.

To be continued...

  
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_LINDA 10/11/2013 7:52AM

    Thank you for sharing our story! Way to honour your Mother's memory by turning your life around!
I too, was a skinny child and young adult. It wasn't until the second, more severe flare up of my RA when it attacked most of my joints that I got laid up and was unable to exercise that I started packing on the pounds. Was a Rollar coaster ride after that!
Looking forward to hearing more!

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JMOUSE99 10/9/2013 9:59AM

    emoticon thanks for sharing!

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NANABNANA11 10/9/2013 9:17AM

    Thanks for sharing your story Joanna.....you are such an inspiration to me and your Mom would be SO proud!

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SEATTLE58 10/8/2013 10:58PM

    I can see and feel your determination in your story so far and I know that it will continue to be felt big-time! emoticon emoticon emoticon I admire you so much much for your perseverance through thick and thin! I admire you for how much you exercise and can! Wish that I could do it too like you. Keep pushing! emoticon emoticon

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SPACEYSTACY 10/7/2013 8:59PM

    Wow! You lost an amazing 70 lbs! I don't even recognize you in the "before" picture.

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 10/7/2013 4:38PM

    We are so alike in some ways it's scary. I was also skinny when young. I gradually put on my weight over the years. However, it took me being diagnosed with RAD to make me take it seriously. That and hitting an all time high, just 1 pound from a weight I'd sworn not to be, because my grandmother died of diabetes complications and weighed about that weight.

I'm glad you didn't give up and kept moving forward, even when you probably didn't want to. Congrats on your successful loss and getting healthier.

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ROCKPORT9 10/7/2013 11:50AM

    You have been on quite a journey. It looks like you have strongly recmmitted to health and have been losing. I can't wait to hear more. Hugs, Laurel

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GLASSART43 10/7/2013 10:32AM

    You are taking care of yourself and doing well. emoticon

I agree, your mother would be happy and proud.

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LADYJ6942 10/7/2013 9:25AM

    Thank you for sharing your story and woo hoo on 70lbs. That is something to be very proud of.

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DEDICATED2HIM 10/7/2013 7:25AM

    thanks for sharing Joanna. Me too. Skinny. I didn't weigh 100 lbs soaking wet as a teen. Life happens. And it all affects our relationship with food. For me it was numerous hospitalizations on IV steroids ....I gained weight with every hospitalization. A bout of encephala spinal meningitis got me VERY thin...but again I wouldn't recommend that either!

Somehow we have to find a way to maneuver our way amongst the tangled path either of us travels, withOUT letting it determine our weight. Not easy.
You are off to a wonderful start. Your dedication to exercise has impressed me. Now if I could just siphon off some of your energy and commitment.....

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VERA_LU 10/6/2013 9:03PM

    Thanks so much for sharing your story. That is amazing that you were able to lose 70 pounds - and that you didn't give up! Keep up the great work! emoticon

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LINDA! 10/6/2013 7:45PM

    I can identify with your youth. I also never had a problem with weight as a young person. I gained after bearing children, eating too much and sitting all day in an office setting, etc. My parents passed away and I also gained.

I think it is wonderful that you have lost weight. I know that your mother would be happy for you. emoticon Keep going!

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Best Laid Plans

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Yesterday morning, I went grocery shopping with my MIL and then the plan was to come home, eat lunch, have a nap, sit on the deck and enjoy the sunshine while reading and then get ready to meet up with DH's family for dinner before the Canadian National Sprint Car Races. Ever heard about best-laid plans?

First of all, I got an email from my BIL just before I went for my nap saying that he was sick and didn't think he could come. Bummer. He said he had the chills and shakes so I told him to take care of himself and I'd see if I could get a couple of nephews to take the tickets. However, not only were he and his GF supposed to come with us but he was supposed to drive DH's cousin in from Toronto as well. So, he said the cousin could borrow his car if he still wanted to go and he would try to get hold of him.

In the meantime, I went for a short nap because I really was tired but it was hard to sleep thinking of all this. I had been looking forward to seeing all of them and I hadn't made a backup plan. After I got up from my nap, I texted Mark (the cousin) telling him that Tavis (the BIL) was sick and couldn't come but that Mark could borrow his car if he still wanted to come or he could catch the train and DH would pick him up at the station and that's eventually what happened because Mark didn't exactly know how to get to our area driving.

After talking to Mark, I decided to go outside and sit on the deck and enjoy the sun for awhile and read because who knows how many more nice days we were going to get. But, our neighbour was running a wood chipper and it was extremely loud and annoying so I ended up going inside because it was just too annoying. I told DH that just once I'd like to get a neighbour who was quiet on the weekends. Our last neighbour had a dog who barked all the time when we were outside. It's enough to drive someone crazy!

In the meantime, I had 2 extra tickets that I had paid $45 each for and I wanted someone to use them. DH was at the McMaster University football game with my niece and nephew, their parents and my dad so I texted him to ask him to ask if anyone with him wanted to come to the races with us that night but no one did so then I called and texted my other local sister and her eldest son to see if he and his younger brother wanted to come with us? I got a call back saying that Alexander (the older brother) would come but his brother didn't think it was a good idea because they wouldn't get home until midnight and he thought that was too late for him (he's 12 - I thought this was pretty mature of him). But, I was happy that at least one of the two tickets was going to be used.

In the meantime, DH had come home from the game and was racing around trying to figure out what he was going to wear to the races and packing warm clothing and a blanket for others and him to use if what they wore wasn't warm enough.

And, our dinner plans had to been changed because DH was picking Mark up at the train station at 5:45 and then his mum at 6:20 and then me around 6:30 and then we had to go get Alexander and then head to the races because they started at 7:30. So, we decided we would just get something from the concession stand for dinner (not the healthiest option but if we wanted to get there on time, there really wasn't another option).

However, I actually decided to eat my rice and cucumber/nectarine salad while DH was gone picking up his family so I wasn't even that hungry at the race although, I did buy some caramel coated popcorn and had that at intermission. Oh well, I did stay in my calories for the day but not by much.

The races were good but I was freezing. It was around 55 but with a wind coming from my left (my left side was on the aisle) so I was cold. I was wearing jeans with tights on underneath plus a t-shirt, two fleece hoodies and a hat.

My friend, Mike actually builds engines for sprint cars and that's why we were there and for the final race, two of his cars had qualified in the previous races and were in the top 10 for the last race, which involved 30 cars doing 35 laps of an oval 3/8th mile dirt track. So that was pretty good.

Sprint cars weigh about 1200 pounds, have about 170 horsepower and go about 140 mph and it's way cool!

Unfortunately, first one of Mike's cars ran into the wall and then the second one had a spectacular crash with another car that ran into it. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

  
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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 9/16/2013 6:09PM

    WOW! Crazy stressful, but you handled it beautifully. Glad you got to enjoy the evening at the races. Glad no one was hurt.

PS. Checked out the NerdFitness site... of course I loved it. LOL

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DEDICATED2HIM 9/16/2013 8:46AM

    I'm glad you got to go despite the snaffoo. It sounds like a good time. It's been cool here too. I think summer is finally gone. :(

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ANGEL1066 9/15/2013 11:09PM

    Sounds pretty exciting to me! Glad you are adaptable, and managed to enjoy most of it.

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_LINDA 9/15/2013 9:13PM

    What a disruptive day! Glad it mostly worked out for you in the end. Sorry your friend's cars crashed :( I sure couldn't tolerate cold like that. Its the one thing I hated about trying to be supportive of the old high school football team -it always seemed to be so cold at those games!!
Enjoy what is left of your evening!

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MABELL1WFTX 9/15/2013 8:40PM

    Wow what a change in plans. When I was a teen (some 56 years ago) my dad ran stock cars on a dirt round-de-round track. I got brave and ran with the men one night, but gave that up for running the powder puffs. Lots of fun and adrenilin flowing.

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SEATTLE58 9/15/2013 7:04PM

    How fun for you with having some of your relatives with you! And, I'd say that you did marvelous at the races with the eating! emoticon

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JMOUSE99 9/15/2013 5:00PM

    Got to say that watching cars go round and round while freezing is not my cup of tea, but glad you enjoyed it when you finally got there. And way to go on avoiding the concession!

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GLASSART43 9/15/2013 3:25PM

    Exciting race, Joanna.
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RORYLYONS 9/15/2013 2:23PM

    Wow a day full of busy plans... Glad everything worked out and nobody was hurt at the races......Down my way it will but be over 100 degrees. Thank goodness for air conditioners. emoticon emoticon

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CREEKLADY1 9/15/2013 2:19PM

  So glad your friend was not injured. My son loves the Sprint Car Races.

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BLC22 Success & Areas to Improve

Monday, August 26, 2013

1. What is my goal for between rounds?

My goal is to maintain my weight loss and to continue to exercise more days than not. And, of course, I will continue to track my food and fitness.

2. Identify at least one thing you did right in the last 12 weeks.

Overall, I've been consistent with my exercise. I've only missed 7 days of exercise since June 5th.

3. What is one thing you want to improve/change?

I'd like to be more consistent with my food. When I'm on holidays, I tend to eat out more and don't always make the wisest choices.

4. What is the plan for reaching your goal between rounds?

I will track every bite and every sip that I take. I will continue to exercise more days than not.

5. Take one action toward your plan for between rounds.

I have gotten rid of all the junk food we've had in the house over the summer and have replaced some of it with nectarines, plums, cantaloupe, watermelon, raspberries and strawberries. If I want salty, I will have nuts or popcorn.

I know I can do this.

  
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FUSIONFITNESS3 8/29/2013 2:46AM

    With such a positive attitude you can do this.

Joanna, you may not always have made the wisest choices when eating away from home but from what you've shared with the team you have had times when you made some very wise choices. You have inspired me with some of your ideas of how you make choices when away from home. You've been an example even though you may not have mastered perfection at this.

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JMOUSE99 8/26/2013 6:54PM

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GLASSART43 8/26/2013 4:47PM

    emoticon Joanna!

Looking forward to the between round challenge :)

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ROCKPORT9 8/26/2013 2:55PM

    Between challenges/rounds is always tough. I tend to slack a bit. You have a great plan! emoticon hugs,, Laurel

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 8/26/2013 1:50PM

    WOOHOO! Sounds like you have great goals and good plans to get there. Wishing you success!

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WAY2GOCAT 8/26/2013 1:35PM

    You did emoticon to only miss 7 days of exercise since June. You should be commended! emoticon

Sounds like you have some great plans between rounds, too! Good luck to you!

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ITS_MY_TURN_NOW 8/26/2013 11:29AM

    You definitely can do this! You are an inspiration, Joanna. Good luck with your between the rounds plan. emoticon

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