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Mutiny of the Bootay..

Saturday, November 06, 2010

I'm pretty sure a conversation took place recently, and it went something like this...

[Battalion Cmd. Lt. Col. Brain]
Alright troops, we need to kick our efforts into high gear and secure the loss of further weight in Operation SlimDown. Pass the word and make it happen.

[Capt. Metabolism]
Are you on crack? She quit smoking, and I'm slowing down. There's only so much I can do.

[1st Sgt. Willpower]
Bullcrap. Quit yer whining, Sir, and get with the program.

[Capt. Metabolism]
What was that 1st Sgt?

[1st Sgt. Willpower]
Nothing, Sir.

You get the gist. The Brain may really be in charge, but the Metabolism stands between it and Willpower on making things happen.

I gained a little this week. Nothing major, and I'm not completely off the rails (oh yea, then why am I posting this??) but I am antsy about it.

I've read all the material out there - the average smoker who quits smoking may (usually?) gain between 5-10 lbs. Smoking increases your heartbeat, which increases your metabolism. Not by leaps and bounds of course, but it does have its effect. Also, smoking (for me) always took place outside - whether on breaks at work (I'd walk down 3 flights of stairs to get to the smoking area, then back up 3 flights, 2-3 times a day) or at home (this meant pacing around, usually, just passing time).

I'm active though. More active than I've ever been in my life. I'm hoping this will offset the drop in heartrate and missed opportunities to move even a little. I try to get in a couple of breaks at work, outside, but I'm finding without craving that smoke on break, I'm breezing right by breaktime. Maybe I need to set a reminder in Outlook to get up and MOVE!

I told Bill that if I started gaining significantly, I'd pick up the smokes again to stop it. He gave me The Look, and well.. I changed it to a maybe. I know in the long run I'm doing something very very good, so I won't cave over a few pounds.

There, I put it in writing. That'll make it harder to renege.
Maybe.
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BRANLAADEE1 11/10/2010 12:45PM

    Congrats on quitting smoking! I should have my husban come comment for you. He'd gladly gain a few pounds to not feel as crappy as he did while smoking! Your body will thank you. :)

Definately set your outlook to remind you to take breaks!

Congrats and good luck!

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MRSBENNETT2 11/9/2010 9:59PM

    Nah...you don't wanna start smoking again if you gain a few pounds! You've done so well and are so far already on your journey to good health, it would be such a shame to go backwards. You can do it! Maybe you could take the money you would've spent on cigarettes and put it towards something fitness-oriented that would help you with the minor weight gain you might experience...like a few sessions with a good personal trainer?

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BIGMAMAT 11/8/2010 8:53PM

    Candy, I quit smoking 8 years ago and I do miss it occasionally but I am here to say that it can be done! You can do it. I believe in you!!!! When I quit I remember I went on a cleaning spree and cleaned everything. I mean everyting. staying busy helped me. I also replaced the time I smoked with a new activity. Like instead of smoking on my lunch, I sat in the room and talked to someone different instead of going outside. Things like that. You can do it!!!xoxoxo Tricia
P.s.s.s. The dialog cracked me up competely! gave me a much needed laugh. hahaha

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GAYEMC 11/7/2010 8:01PM

    OMG Candy, don't ever think that smoking is better than weight gain. Been there, done that. Not fun! Just up your exercise a bit and change it out. You'll be fine and so much more happier in the long run.

Love your mind conversation!

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HEALTH4LYFE 11/7/2010 7:42PM

    Congrats to you for setting a goal to quit smoking and to lose weight~ all for a healthier YOU! emoticon

Transforming your life and changing habits you have had for a while can be a daunting task. I recommend baby steps. Instead of taking that "smoke break" take a mediation break, or do some stretches or I believe there is even a spark video on exercising at your desk by Coach Nicole. Sugar free chewing gum is another way to keep your mouth occupied. I use two different flavors to liven things up. And of course there is always brushing your teeth for that fresh mint feeling is another way to postpone eating or reducing potentially bad food choices. Best of luck to you as you take it one day at a time.

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GAYLEP67 11/7/2010 11:23AM

    I like Anne's suggestion of sugarless gum break time. How about setting an Outlook reminder to take your bottle of water for a walk? Take it down and back up the stairs and then drink it! You'll get some movement in and your water too (not that you're lacking in it!).

You can do it Candy...if anyone can, YOU can!

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NUTTYSNOOPYFAN 11/6/2010 7:16PM

    I think setting the reminder to get up and move is a good one. And give your body time to adjust. How long have you been off the smokes? It takes time. Do you have a smart phone to access SP while you take those breaks? We can shore you up while you are at work and remind you to not go back there. Trading a few lbs. For the nasty health effects is not worth it, and you know it. Girl, that's the fear talking. Remember, you gotta RAWR! No moving backward here . We 'll figure this out together. Hugs! C

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ANNERBEES 11/6/2010 6:25PM

    This was too funny!! I am so proud of you making such an effort at two VERY hard things at once!! Losing weight and quitting smoking at the same time is no easy feat!! I have to say after watching my dad die less than a year ago of lung cancer I REALLY hope you stick to your goal. This big strong man was reduced to skin on bones and crying non stop of the pain. It will be in my head forever! I know you have heard these things a million times so I won't go on but I will certainly be cheering you on!!! I wish you the best on BOTH of your challenges with the scales and the smokes!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BIGBADMOMMABEAR 11/6/2010 4:26PM

    Hang in there! And work in short exercise stints. I've heard that helps with the cravings!
PS - I had the back fill problem this week! I think it's cleared through now tho!

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ROBBIEMARIE 11/6/2010 3:12PM

    First - Love the conversation with your 'others'. Second - Under no circumstances whatsoever are you to pick up another cancer laden tobacco stick. (Want me to tell you how I really feel?) Seriously, you know you are doing the right thing and your body is so happy for it. It will be a period of adjustment but you can do it. If it takes setting reminders to get up and move - DO IT! Set a challenge at work to climb so many steps each day and increase the amount each week. Make your body crave it as much as it once did the cigs. emoticon

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ANNESYLVIA 11/6/2010 2:16PM

    So, how about changing your smoke break time to sugarless gum break time? This way you walk the 3 flights up and down. Then pace while you chew.

I pace when I talk on the phone and lately all my phone buddies, like mom and mom-in-law...one with dementia and the other is recovering from being hospitalized since June, two old friends one is needed my her ill father and the other is trying to move back to NY and get a job, and then there is my two friend I have here in Mahopac NY, one is a full time teacher and the other is the one with the recovering son I blog about, have gone astray for important and understandable reasons. And the rest of my friends I either text or e-mail mostly. So, I don't pace as much. It is funny you should mention that you stop one bad habit and lost another because of it. Because I thought about how by me talking less on the phone keeps me in my chair or couch more often. Who knew? Maybe I will start talking to the telemarketers!! LOL emoticonWith my luck they will also stop calling!!!!!

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JRBASKIND 11/6/2010 1:13PM

    A good way to raise your metabolism? Lift weights! It will streamline you and get your motor running! Just start small and build gradually.And remember, weight lifting will also help you keep your bones good and strong.

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Adventure at the DMV..

Friday, November 05, 2010

Bill and I married on June 2, 2008. Before that, I had gotten my OR driver's license back in April 2007. Finally, today, I made it to the DMV to get my license changed to my married name LOL

Last time I went, within 6 weeks of getting married, I was told I had to have my birth certificate, to show who I used to be. I didn't have one on me, so I had to go home and get one.

I went back to the DMV, and this time, they said I had to have my old marriage certificate to show how I went from Gibson to Fritz, before changing to Bailey.

Really? Y'all issued me the DL with the name Fritz on it, and now I have to show you how I became a Fritz?

I became frustrated, and while I ordered the stinkin' defunct marriage certificate, I couldn't be bothered to go back to the DMV. Social Security accepted my name change, work accepted my name change, I just live a double-life as a Fritz and a Bailey.

Today, I decided I needed to finally take care of the name change s'far as Oregon was concerned, and I had all my certificates, I was prepared to go into battle and duke it out with the DMV. I was sincerely worried they'd say I had to get a copy of my divorce decree - I'd lost the original (along with EVERYTHING else but our clothes) in a flood in Ohio in 2004, and never gotten a replacement.

I walked in, picked up the appropriate form, took a number, and moved to a table to sit down to fill out the form. I took a Shape magazine with me for passing the time, and before I could even put my things down, one of the ladies at the front desk called my number. I twitched, and shamefacedly admitted I hadn't even filled out the form yet, figuring she'd tell me I'd have wait.

Nope, come on up, it's fine, she said.

WooHoo! That was the speediest, best experience I've EVER had at the DMV LOL. It took me longer to drive to the office and back than it did for the entire process. The lady even told me she didn't need my defunct marriage certificate. I wasn't about to argue.

Here, for all to see, if a scan of my old DL, from April 2007, and the pic from today. I'm quite pleased with it, if I say so myself!



I should have the permanent real DL in a month or less.

Now, how should I fill the rest of my day? C25K W4D1? Another turn on the elliptical? How about some wandering around at the Holiday Gift Fair? How about all of them? I have more time on my hands than I expected LOL

Have a Spark-tacular day my wonderful SparkFriends!
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MRSBENNETT2 11/9/2010 10:01PM

    That's quite a change! I think I've only once weighed what my ORegon drivers' license says for about one afternoon, six years ago. My AU license doesn't have a weight on it. But it would be in kilograms which if you don't do the translation, is mighty satisfying. I'd be UNDERweight then. emoticon

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ROBBIEMARIE 11/6/2010 3:00PM

    Too funny! Glad you are no longer suffering from multiple personalities! Hope you are enjoying all your free time now.

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GAYEMC 11/6/2010 2:55AM

    LMBO Candy. Don't you just hate government red tape? Sounds like you lucked out today.

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NUTTYSNOOPYFAN 11/5/2010 11:16PM

    So glad you were pleasantly surprised! Wow, you can really see a big difference in your face! They're both nice pics, but I can see why you like the new one. Very nice! emoticon

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HIPPIE44 11/5/2010 6:25PM

    Sweet!!!!!

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KAREN42BOYS 11/5/2010 6:03PM

    what a full happy day you've had! congrats on getting your name the same everywhere!

btw, this is a really pretty sparkpage.

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Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, Dec. 5 in Portland OR

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

I hope this isn't violating any SP rules or regulations.

Dear Friends,

Bells will be ringing this holiday season as thousands of runners and walkers hit the nationís pavements, pathways and park this winter to fight arthritis, the nationís most common cause of disability.

I will be one of those people, tying jingle bells to my shoelaces to participate in the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, a 5K fun run/walk to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. And YOU can help, too!

'Tis the season for giving! Won't you sponsor me in my effort to raise funds to fight arthritis? Arthritis affects more than 46 million Americans, including 300,000 children, costing the U.S economy over $128 billion annually. The Arthritis Foundation needs our help.

Please visit my Web page to join my team or make a secure, online contribution to help me reach my fundraising goal. The donations I raise will help fund the Arthritis Foundationís mission to prevent, control and cure arthritis.

Follow This Link to visit my personal web page and help me in my efforts to support Arthritis Foundation, Pacific Northwest Chapter

portlandjinglebellrun.kintera
.org/candybailey?faf=1&e=3870688742


Thanks!
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ROBBIEMARIE 11/4/2010 1:32PM

    Great cause and wonderful of you to be doing this.

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GAYEMC 11/3/2010 8:46PM

    I've registered for the walk my self, and am a suffer of arthritis so I know how important this is. Sorry though, I have my own fundraising to do, lol. Looking forward to seeing you and Mina there!

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KNITTERGAL73 11/3/2010 2:11PM

    Good luck with your fundraising. I wanted to sign up for our local chapter this year, but the company I work for has laid off most of the employees and I feel bad trying to beg the others for donations. I wouldn't mind volunteering at the walk, but haven't heard back from anyone since I put in my request earlier this year. I hope you raise lots of $$$$.

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November is MY month..

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

No really, it is.
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I'm turning 43 next Monday.
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My 6 month Sparkversary is this week.
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I stepped on the scale this moring (yes, I'm a daily weigher) and it read 235.4.
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That means that by my birthday, 6 months into this journey, I'll have lost 50 lbs.
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I know, ANYTHING can happen between now and next Monday - like gaining 10 lbs suddenly, but I'm NOT going to let that happen. I WILL be under 235 by then.
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I'm involved in three different holiday challenges - one for Fierce Fabulous & Unstoppable Spark Warriors, one for 40-somethings w/ 50-99 lbs to lose, and one 10 lbs in 10 weeks holiday challenge.
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I'm on track for each of them. Actually, for FF&USW, I'm ahead of schedule. Yay! These challenges are really going to help me stay on track, because.....

I wasn't going to say anything about it, but I realized to be successful, and to be accountable, I need to put it out there.

My last cigarette was yesterday.
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I've smoked for... decades. Bill and I have tried to quit, together, about three times in the last year. I think my longest stretch was 3-4 weeks, and then I caved like a big ole sniveling baby.
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Not this time. This time, it's different. This time, it's not about the money. It's not about anything but wanting to fully commit, all the way, to being healthier and stronger.
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We've talked about it, we've sort of planned for it - I started cutting back on the amount I smoked even more. Used to be ~15 smokes a day, give or take. I dropped back down to ~7 for several weeks. Then, yesterday, that was it. My quit day.
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We have the patch, and we'll see how that goes. Yes, Bill is quitting with me. Actually, he told me yesterday that we weren't going to buy any more smokes. That was BEFORE I told him that I'd had my last smoke, and put on a patch. I was going to wait and tell him when I got home that I'd started, but he beat me to the punch.
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Was I cranky yesterday?
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Uh-huh. I realized I was snappy, and I apologized to him about it.
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It'll get better. It's fine at work, because I'm busy, and while I am getting up and walking away at my normal smoke break time, I'm simply getting outside for fresh air and a chance to stretch.
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Did I expect to be able to breathe better during successfully completing C25K W3D2 last night?
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I know, I know, it's going to take some time for my system to clean out the toxins/poisins/damage from my lungs.
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Patience, grasshopper. It will come.
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Ok, so that's not a grasshopper, but it IS green, and it DOES hop!
LOL

You all have had some great October recap/November goals blogs, and I've enjoyed reading them, and will catch up with more, soon.

For me, October pretty much rocked because I broke through my hovering at 245 and cruised on in to the 230s. I was a slacker more often than not when it came to Strength Training. I struggled getting into Week 3 of C25K, and I'm now behind on the schedule. That's alright, though. I'm still working it, I'm still determined, and I'm still going to run the 5K on Dec. 5. Well, walk and run.

So, besides celebrating a birthday, 6 months of Spark, losing 50 lbs, and quitting smoking, what else am I going to do?

Spark On. And On. And On.
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NUTTYSNOOPYFAN 11/9/2010 1:46PM

    Ok, so somehow I missed this blog last week when you wrote it, so I'm late on congratulating you on your 6-month SparkVersary. Sorry about that. And I'm even a day late on the birthday wishes. But you know what? Life goes on without me!!! So I hope both events were special for you, and I'm rooting for ya with the quitting smoking. My mom is a big smoker and I fear it will be the death of her, literally. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NORCHARD84 11/4/2010 1:14PM

    Congrats with losing 50 pounds, that's amazing! Best of luck with quitting smoking. I used to smoke and I think quitting was the best thing I did for myself. Today, I don't miss smoking one bit and I will never smoke again! Keep up the great work!

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ANNESYLVIA 11/3/2010 12:26PM

    Wow girl 50lbs that is terrific! Keep it up! You can do it!!

Well, Happy 43rd B-day! This was my year of 43. Not a bad year still can say "early forties" LOL
In about two month I'll be 44. I let you know if there is a difference.



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BIGBADMOMMABEAR 11/2/2010 10:43PM

    You WILL have a great month!

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GAYLEP67 11/2/2010 10:00PM

    This IS your month!! Congratulations on all of it Candy. I have said it before and I will say it again, you are truly an inspiration. emoticon on choosing to quit smoking - that's emoticon. I have to tell you, I LOVED your grasshopper!! I laughed so hard and these days, I welcome the laughter.
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ROBBIEMARIE 11/2/2010 8:52PM

    WOW, I'm feeling the love! It's the love that you are exuding for yourself and it is so incredibly heart warming and exciting. I am inspired reading about your successes and head on approach to the smoking cessation. Your body must be rejoicing and and oh so happy for all the wonderful changes you have made for it. Have an amazing November. emoticon You are an inspiration.

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HIPPIE44 11/2/2010 8:19PM

    I am a former smoker. You'll love how everything smells that much more, how everything tastes and yes, your lung capacity will improve.

I've got a great idea!

Not sure how much smokes run you guys where you live, but think about the substantial savings now! Hey - do an experiment - take the money you would have used for a pack of smokes weekly and place in a jar. By the time you reach your goal weight - can you imagine how much money you'll have for a new wardrobe??

Hoooooooooooooooo
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WALKAWAY 11/2/2010 6:35PM

    emoticonYou are doing so fabulously. Keep up the great work. emoticon

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BIGMAMAT 11/2/2010 5:13PM

    My beautiful emoticon! You are totally cruisin through this journey! woohoo! so proud of you! xoxoxo Tricia emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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ADESSO1234 11/2/2010 4:55PM

  I am soo proud of you!! Wow girl- you have come so far and accomplished so much in 6 months. You are an inspiration!

You must feel great! Good for you for quitting smoking. My husband was a lifelong smoker, and he's quit a few times. I'm hoping that it sticks for him this time. I've seen how hard that was for him...he did the patch as well. Hang in there, it will get easier as you know. This is all part of the new, healthy you- Way to go:))

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GAYEMC 11/2/2010 4:48PM

    What great accomplishments you have over the past 6 months! And congratulations on no more smoking. I wish I could say that.

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MRSBENNETT2 11/2/2010 4:33PM

    CONGRATULATIONS!!! 50 pounds is huge!
Committing to stopping smoking is even huger! Good for you! Isn't it good how making healthy changes in your life seem to make big issues like smoking easier to deal with?
Your commitment is inspiring!

Shelli

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THEMIGHTYLEX 11/2/2010 4:30PM

    I know November is going to be an even stronger month for you!!!! Keep on shining!

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Introducing..

Sunday, October 31, 2010

The Man. The Myth. The Legend!

My very own Mr. Bill!
www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=HA
RLIGUY

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Yea, it's not like I talked him into joining SP or setting up a Spark page simply so we can add his fitness minutes to Portland's quest to overcome Seattle in the Spark America Fitness Challenge or anything. Ahem.

Have any of your spouses taken an active interest in SparkPeople?

Yep, this is the man who has been doing all our cooking lately, and quite well I might add. Last week, we had several SP recipes on our menu, and there wasn't a bad one in the bunch!

We started off with New Orleans Red Beans
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
l.asp?recipe=27

While it's a vegetarian dish, we added a few roasted red pepper and spinach chicken sausages, and served it over rice. Talk about YUM!

Next was the Slow Cooker Chicken and Hominy Chili
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
l.asp?recipe=936541

We were a little skeptical - chili, after all, is RED, and this wasn't. Let me tell you though, it packed a punch with the spicy zippy taste of the jalepenos and cumin. So so good!

We rounded out the week with Turkey and Black Bean Sloppy Joes
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
l.asp?recipe=69882

This one needs a few tweaks, but overall, it's really good and tasty. People at work the next day were coming by and sniffing my lunch and asking where I'd gotten it LOL

Each recipe made enough servings that I could take some for lunch the next day. That's always a bonus. We even froze a few bowls of the red beans to have something delish and quick if we needed a lunch in the middle of a busy weekend. It's perfect.

Speaking of eating.. we have our grocery list and menu all planned out and printed this morning. I admit I'm lollygagging about and being slow to get up and get moving, but then.. isn't that what Sundays are for?
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I have a few more blogs buzzing around in my noggin today that I hope I can get out soon. Until then, Spark on my peoples!
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GAYEMC 10/31/2010 11:30PM

    HooRay for Bill! Sounds like some good meals. I love it when there's stuff left for lunch. Steamed clams and rye bread for me tonignt. Have a good week!

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ANNESYLVIA 10/31/2010 10:05PM

    How lucky you both are to have each other. I tried asking my husband more than once but he is just not interested. However, he has lost about 9lbs and would like to lose about 20lbs so only 11 more to go. He is basically following my advice that I receive from SP.


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MRSBENNETT2 10/31/2010 4:46PM

    Yay! A man who cooks AND is supportive!
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BIGBADMOMMABEAR 10/31/2010 3:30PM

    Welcome Mr. Bill!

Trying new recipes is a great way to focus on the positives and not the dieting mentality. I actually like the food I eat now better than before!

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NUTTYSNOOPYFAN 10/31/2010 1:50PM

    Stopped by and left Bill a welcome message. If he's cooking for you, HOLD ON TO THAT MAN! emoticon Thanks for sharing your Spark Recipe finds. I think one of my goals is going to be trying 2 new recipes a month. I was doing this with some other healthy cookbooks, but got busy w/kids and other stuff. Hubby and kids really liked trying new stuff, and most of the time they love my choices, especially hubby (thankfully, he's not hard to please!). You keep on going, girl! You're doing great!!!

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NUTTYSNOOPYFAN 10/31/2010 1:47PM

    Stopped by and left Bill a welcome message. If he's cooking for you, HOLD ON TO THAT MAN! emoticon Thanks for sharing your Spark Recipe finds. I think one of my goals is going to be trying 2 new recipes a month. I was doing this with some other healthy cookbooks, but got busy w/kids and other stuff. Hubby and kids really liked trying new stuff, and most of the time they love my choices, especially hubby (thankfully, he's not hard to please!). You keep on going, girl! You're doing great!!!

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ADESSO1234 10/31/2010 12:18PM

  Yum!! I wish I could get my husband to cook for me!
Hope you have a great Sunday-

Wishing you a healthy & happy November!!

I so appreciate all you support and kind words:)

Julie:)
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HIPPIE44 10/31/2010 11:49AM

    Welcome to SP, Mr B!

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