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Tooth Brushing, Snowbird Migration, and Other Random Thoughts

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Last week I wrote a blog about brushing my teeth with my left (non-dominant) hand and how difficult it was. I wanted to report that I am making progress. I think I've done it for 5 days now, and while I'm getting marginally better at it, I still have to go over the teeth using my right hand when I think I'm done. So, while I seem to be learning how to use my left hand for brushing my teeth, I haven't noticed any changes in improving my will power, which after all was the reason I started the whole process. Maybe it's too soon to tell—I think I'll keep trying for a while. If you wonder what I'm talking about, check out my last blog!! LOL! I can tell you that it IS giving me a new appreciation for all those folks who have had to learn to do things with the opposite hand (stroke and accident victims, e.g.).

We live about ¼ mile from a major highway that we can see from our front windows. It is called the Avenue of the Saints because it was built to connect St. Paul, MN to St. Louis, MO, and because of that, the original highway, which runs right in front of our house, became a rural state road with little traffic. That's why I can walk on a paved road with a great degree of safety. But, I digress...every year about now we can easily see the traffic on the busy highway because the crops have been harvested and there's nothing obstructing our view.

The semi-annual migration of snowbirds is visible on the highway! RVs of all descriptions are migrating south—motorhomes towing their toads (that's what they're called, honest), usually with a ladder and bicycle strapped on, pickups towing the 5th wheels with bicycles and lawn chairs on the back, and various and sundry vehicles towing travel trailers. They're all looking for somewhere warm to spend the winter months, and many traveling in this area are heading to south Texas. Once they get to Texas they're called Winter Texans and they spend their time going to flea markets, pot lucks, music jams and dances, volunteering, and visiting and shopping in what may be the last safe place in Mexico (Nuevo Progresso). They have to come back home in the Spring to rest up, which usually begins happening about mid-March. I know all this because we used to be Winter Texans, but last year ventured a little further (? farther) afield to Arizona. We'll go to Arizona in January for a couple months again this year, but we no longer have an RV so have to rent a place to stay.

Lastly, we had our grandsons for a visit this weekend. Isaac (8) and Ian (5) are typical rambunctious boys who still like to come see us for a few days. There is one regional restaurant chain they like to visit called the Pizza Ranch, which serves pizza, broasted chicken, salad, etc. Saturday evening we took them for dinner and they both ate a good meal, including milk and salad. Isaac was trying to eat a couple more bites of pizza when he said, “I'm so full my stomach hurts.” Before I could say anything, Ian said to him, “Well, Isaac, if you're full, stop eating!” For heaven sakes...how come no one ever said that to me? I can't believe a 5 year old would get it and I still can't seem to get it through my head!

I think that's enough of today's mindless wanderings. At least it isn't mindless eating at the moment! Wishing you all a wonderful week and many successful days ahead!

  
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LILBITWANNABE 11/7/2011 11:00AM

    It's amazing how smart kids are! My son will even say no thank you to a piece of chocolate or a cookie if he's recently eaten and is full. I'm trying to learn by his actions (lol I think we have it mixed up since I'm supposed to be teaching him:), but I still have a lot of practicing to do!

Arizona sounds like a great place to migrate for a bit. I will be blogging about how I hate the cold really soon! Maybe you could post pics sometimes to send warm thoughts?:)

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VTMAID 11/6/2011 8:05PM

    Glad you had a nice weekend. I had forgotten that you were trying to switch brushing hands, but maybe the fact that you are still doing it says something about will power after all. I think I would have given up by now using my opposite hand. In my case, it would be using my right hand as I am a southpaw. Speaking of which, how exactly did calling a lefty a southpaw start?
Hugs
Karen

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JILL313 11/6/2011 8:00PM

    I just love reading about your random thoughts and I'll hand it to you as you have good determination to use your left hand it seems hoping for more willpower--overall you're doing great so hopefully you'll decide to just use your right hand soon. . .Evidently I'm not that coordinated as I tried it a few times but OMG am I a klutz--yes is my answer. I know you're probably getting pretty cold there so must be looking forward to spending some warm months in Arizonia. Do you have any friends that will be there also? What kind of things do you do there during the day--you can put your bikini on as it's warm enough to swim outdoors in Winter there--LOL!! Your GS sounds wiser than we are--how come it took us that long to take a 5 year olds good advice? I've been known to stuff myself, in the past, when I was so uncomfortable and felt like my tummy would pop--how stupid is that? I'm actually satisfied with less food now and can't remember the last time I felt like a big stuffed turkey--LOL! So, I guess I am making slow turtle like progress.

Love & Hugs,

Jill

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TXMEMAW6 11/6/2011 7:21PM

    Jeannie, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Since I live in Texas, we have lots of Snowbirds here. They are really good for our economy (lol). Good luck with the left-handed toothbrushing. Hope it will help your will power. I'm not exactly sure why it's supposed to help, but you never know. Glad to hear you had a good weekend with your grandsons. Grandchildren are such a blessing. Here's wishing you a fantastic week making many good choices.
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A New Method for Aiding Weight Loss

Monday, October 31, 2011

Got your attention, didn't I??

Have you read one of today's daily blog post about developing or improving your will power? If you haven't, check it out. I heard the author who was quoted on an NPR program a while back and thought his ideas on will power were pretty interesting.

He says we can start with two things that will help us to develop more will power. One is to sit up straight (Mom was right). The other is to brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand..

Okay, I'm thinking...I can try those things. It was time to brush my teeth anyway. I'm right handed, so I decided to try my left as advised. First of all...I couldn't even decide how I was supposed to hold the brush. After I finally got that figured out, I managed to poke myself in the nose with the brush—full of toothpaste, of course. Okay...got it in my mouth and I was stuck again. Which side of my mouth should I brush first? I know it didn't matter, but it was like being in a foreign country where you don't speak the language. I couldn't figure it out, but perseverance pays off and soon I was brushing away on the upper level. More or less, that is. After many gyrations and many minutes, I decided I had done a half-way decent job. But wait...half-way was the key here, as I hadn't done the inside of the teeth yet. Back to work with more gyrations and minutes, and finally I decided I'd done it. Sparkling clean and fresh!!

I'm not entirely sure how this is supposed to help improve my will power, but I'm all for making it better. The one thing I do know is that it took me almost 10 minutes to brush my teeth...10 minutes that I wasn't spending eating and or thinking about eating, and I also got a little exercise at the same time with all the physical activity needed to get the job done. I think Roy Baumeister might be on to something here. I can't wait to find out if I have good results with this new method!

  
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CJMOK1121 11/8/2011 9:03AM

    Jeanie: I just read your blog on brushing teeth. I will try it and get back to you.

CJ from OK.

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TXMEMAW6 11/2/2011 9:05AM

    I don't know why you have trouble using your left hand. I use my left hand for everything. Might be because I'm left-handed..LOL. I really enjoyed your insight into brushing your teeth. I'll have to try that (with my right hand of course). You're so funny and entertaining. Thanks for sharing and giving me a good laugh.
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LILBITWANNABE 11/1/2011 10:32AM

    hehe I couldn't help but to giggle through your recap of brushing your teeth:) When I was a bit younger I found the challenge of using my left hand intriguing and accomplished some things with it. Now I'm a bit out of practice, but the idea of a challenge sounds fun again so I'll have to give it a try again:)

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JILL313 10/31/2011 10:35PM

    Jeannie, You are so funny and I LOL while reading this. I had fun imaginging all the misguided effort it took you to brush your teeth and all of 10 minutes. For whatever reason, I have no faith in this idea--LOL! I'm also right handed and can hardly do anything well with my left hand--I'm a klutz is the reason for that.

Love,

Jill

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GRANPATTIE 10/31/2011 9:47PM

    Oh, Jeannie! You are so much fun! You have a way with telling on yourself that is so entertaining. Thanks, for that. As for me, I can't imagine what I'll hit when I try that. LOL!

Pattie

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VTMAID 10/31/2011 7:45PM

    I am not sure which is my non dominant hand! I write, eat, crochet and brush my teeth left handed, but play all sports right handed. I can sew and needlepoint with either hand. I can write somewhat legibly with my right hand and paint with either hand.
I think I am just mixed up, lol!
Hugs
Karen

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ESILBO 10/31/2011 6:15PM

    VERY FUNNY...IT WILL BE EASIER FOR ME WITH MY TEETH IN MY HAND...WONT GET IT IN MY NOSE FOR SURE...LOL
HUGS
LISE

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TAYLORCRAFTBC65 10/31/2011 6:12PM

    I read that blog too, I thought the non dominant hand thing was a little hokey, but now I'll give ie a try, THANKS for posting.

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SPEEDY143 10/31/2011 5:58PM

    Interesting... My frind had surgery on her dominate right hand and had to eat using her left for weeks.... she lost five pounds emoticonShe also spent half her day eating becuase it took so long... talk about enjoying your food... must be something to it emoticon

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So much better day!!!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

What is it that is often said...into evey life a little rain must fall? Yesterday must have been my day for rain, as it certainly wasn't the best I've had recently! In fact, the other evening I was at a meeting where someone did meditations using the book "Alexander and the Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" and my day was sort of like that!!

I had some wonderful and thoughtful comments on yesterday's blog where I described my angst with the Monster that resides deep inside, and to those who wrote, I can only say loudly THANK YOU! It is so awesome to have support and help a few finger-clicks away.

Here are a couple things that you said in your comments, some came from my thoughts during my morning walk, and some from the Healthy Reflections here on SP and from my Friend Feed.

1. Sometimes our journeys take some wrong turns, and when that happens we have to stop, regroup, figure out where we are going and how to get there. Then we return to our planned route and keep heading in the right direction.

2. Life is a journey that doesn't come with a road map--we have to decide for ourselves what and how we are going to get where we're going.

3. The mind is a powerful thing...it can sink us into the deepest of despair. But, if we can get into those dark places with our thoughts, we can surely get out of those places, as well.

4. Today's SP Healthy Reflection: Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. John Wooden

5. We can put these kinds of slip-ups behind us and learn from it and move on rather than throwing in the towel completely! As we learn to deal with them they will happen less often and further and further apart!

6. Just saw this in an email from a dear friend: Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance!

Thank you dear friends! This is what makes SP so special! And...I will continue to dance!

  
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LILBITWANNABE 10/30/2011 12:12PM

    Woohoo! I should have read this one before I commented on the last one lol...So glad today is better! Yay:)

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JILL313 10/26/2011 10:37PM

    I love all your wonderful thoughts and the reflections. I'm so glad you're back on Track--I knew that's what you'd do!! I see you're now under 230#s and I'd be happy dancing if it was me. I agree with how important and awesome all the support we get from Spark friends--they are the best. Let's both continue to move forward and show ourselves and others we can do this and get healthier. Lots of Hugs.

Love,

Jill

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MADKAPKID 10/26/2011 7:23PM

    Spark friends are amazing....I agree. I am glad you are having a better day today. WOO HOO! Have a joy filled evening and tomorrow, Karen

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French Fried Onions and The Monster Within

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

I've mentioned before about coming and going on SP for over 4 years. I never totally left, but I often didn't do anything for many months at a time. For some reason, last May a Spark was lit within me and I have been sailing along pretty well since then. In my very first blog I wrote about my previous weight loss efforts and how I've lost and gained hundreds of pounds over the years. I also confessed my dirty little secret about being addicted to food—certain foods, that is. (Is anyone ever addicted to apples?)

Recently a Spark friend wrote a blog titled “I blew it” with her story about making poor choices one day in her journey. The real message, though, I think is that she mentioned that in the past she has lost weight and then gotten to a point where all that stops and nothing more happens, and in fact, the weight creeps back on (in my case, there is no creeping...it jumps back on by leaps and bounds). Her comments got me to thinking about myself and has brought me to acknowledge something I've not been willing to deal with—at least not until now.

I've managed to shed a bit more than 40 pounds since May of this year. As I mentioned, I've lost lots of weight before. I'm so grateful and thrilled I've come this far this time. But, always in the deep dark recesses of my mind, there remains this nagging feeling that it is only a matter of time before I let go and give up and slink back into that dark place where I'm doing nothing to become healthier. My fear of failure is sometimes strong, and possibly it is what has motivated me to a certain extent. My thinking is sometimes skewed (well, maybe lots of the time...LOL) and I wonder how long it will be before I screw it up royally and regain all the weight--again.

So today I had to stop at the grocery store to pick up a few things. On the way past the canned vegetables, my eye caught the display for “French Fried Onions” (with the emphasis on fried, of course). You know the ones I'm talking about—you use them in green bean casseroles. I absolutely love those things! Crunchy, greasy, salty and oniony—totally disgusting to most of you, I'm sure. A package jumped off the shelf and into my cart (with a little help, I'm afraid). After I got home I ate the whole bit...3 oz of junk that figures out at 480 calories, 240 of which are fat calories! Now the self-disgust and beating myself up has started and I am so totally scared that I've set off the Monster within me! That's my real fear...I can sort the rest out as as far as the calories and understanding that one mistake does not have to set the tone for the rest of the journey. I just don't know if I can fend off The Monster and unfortunately, the fear of my failure is looming large right now.

I'm curious to know if those folks who have been so successful at losing so many pounds, including a hundred or more in many cases, have these thoughts, questions and fears? I can understand a fear of gaining it back after reaching our goals, but I'm a long way from being at my goal. Am I the only one who struggles with this? If nothing else, at least I can vent about this in what I consider to be a safe place among understanding and supportive friends.

  
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LILBITWANNABE 10/30/2011 12:11PM

    I've only lost 30 lbs and it's taken me a long time to do it, but I understand the monster! There are a # of foods that I can't seem to enjoy(stop) in small portions, then sets off many more bad decisions. So, no advice here really, but maybe by venting here you've taken a step in the right direction:)

But keep in mind, a slip up isn't a disaster and today is a new day. If today doesn't quite go as planned, tomorrow will be a new day too:) Don't be too hard on yourself, you're doing great!

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DARLENECASEY 10/26/2011 2:05PM

    Ah Jeannie, I know what you are going through, it happened to me yesterday evening when I got home. I fixed me a healty choice dinner because it was kind of late and I didn't want to cook. My dear Mom had FRIED a big skillet of potatoes, I tried not to look at them but it was hopeless.Before I knew it I walked by again and my arm of it's own accord reached out a got a nice crispy slice and into my mouth it went.My problem is when I eat one I can't seem to stop, it's like a demon has possesed me. The point is everyone of us has a devil perched on their shoulder and it is really hard to say no (especially if it's my mom's fried potatoes). You hang in there YOU CAN DO IT

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VTMAID 10/26/2011 1:48PM

    I understand that Monster as well. I rejoined SP actively in May, and have lost 23 pounds. It is a daily struggle. Recently I have had some issues and I believe in large part it is because of emotional eating due to some outside pressures in my life right now.
But, in the end, I can make all the excuses I want. There still isn't a magic wand which will make me healthy and be able to stuff my face with anything I want and not gain weight. That is impossible for me as it is for you, Jeannie. That doesn't mean we give up on the whole weight loss thing, though. We can't--that is unacceptable. (btw, my thing I cannot have in the house is crackers and VT cheddar). And I hate to say this, my darned DH IS addicted to apples. He must eat four of the buggers every day! I can barely choke down one.
So.......Jeannie? Let's keep in this together--all of us together. WE are smart, strong women and we can get this done!
Hugs,
Karen

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MASTERPIECE8 10/26/2011 12:47PM

    I have definitely not lost tons of weight. That is, of course, UNLESS you want to count all of the pounds I've lost over the years. It's all back on this old bod and then some.

I completely understand your fear of The Monster. Consider it a 'short detour' along the way, on your journey. You are doing great. 40# tossed, and more tossing in the making. You can and will do it. I'm excited to be on this journey with you, my Spark Friend.

Barb

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LAURIETAIT 10/25/2011 11:26PM

    You called your quest for good health and a normal weight a journey. Like any journey you may take the occasional wrong turn. It doesn't mean you will never reach your destination. You may have to pull off the road, regroup and look at your map again but you will eventually find your way. Don't be too hard on yourself. Those fried onion things can be very hard to resist! Keep referring to your map and getting lost will be a thing of the past.

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MADKAPKID 10/25/2011 7:40PM

    Jeannie , I can really relate to this. I have NOT lost tons of weight...but battling these thoughts seems to be a constant battle. Some times I am more successful in blocking them than others. I bet if people were really honest many would say the same thing happens with them. I think its part of being human. All we can do is to put it in the past and try really hard to have the little slip up events happen farther and farther apart.

So put a beautiful smile on your pretty face and put the " French Fried Onion" caper in the past where it belongs. Lets both try to be more aware of those LURKING MONSTERS out there waiting to TEMPT our Taste bud into falling off the healthy eating wagon. Have a joy filled day.....Karen



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ESILBO 10/25/2011 7:20PM

    OMG JEANNIE,
I DID NOT LOSE MUCH, BUT ALREADY THE MONSTER COMES HERE TOO....AND TOO OFTEN FOR MY TASTE, BUT WITH SP, I THINK WHATS MAKES IT DIFFERENT IS THAT I DON T BEAT MYSELF TOO LONG, LIKE BEFORE AND THEN QUIT, I SPRING BACK UP FAST AND CONTINUE...ITS LIKE, NOW I KNOW I HAVE FRIENDS WHO CARE AND I CAN TALK TO...AND THEY WILL UNDERSTAND..

I AM SAD FOR YOU MY FRIEND, PLEASE KEEP TALKING, GET THESE MONSTERS OUT ONE DAY AT THE TIME.
LOVE YOU AND I AM HERE TOO, IF YOU NEED, ANYTIME
LOVE YOU DEARLY
LISE

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JILL313 10/25/2011 6:34PM

    Jeannie, I can really relate to your blog as I keep thinking I'm going to slip back into my old eating style--huge portions and lost of fried foods & sweets. Occassionally I do slip up but get right back on track the next meal. You haven't actually done any damage to your body just your mindset. And, just from reading Maggierosebowl's blogs who has lost a whooping 180+ pounds she lives in constant fear of re-gaining the weight. I think it's always in the back of most successful losers mind maybe with the exception of TUBLADY who never seems to have a problem. I know you can do it and it's just a little slip up. . .It could have been far worse. I have faith in you and you have to believe in yourself too. It's good to vent with friends and get support from others like me who have felt just like you do. So don't "beat" yourself up just learn from this and move forward. Just let me know if you want to talk further. I really do care and I know you feel bad right now but it's just a slip up not really a disaster. We all have them occassionally, Maggierosebowl included--maybe even Tisha! Love You.

Hugs,

Jill

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The Potato Bar

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Earlier today I mentioned that we were planning to go to the potato bar for lunch today. The youth group at church sponsored it as a fundraiser. Several of you have asked what it is and I thought I'd just tell you!!

No...you don't go to a bar and ask for a potato! No fries or chips allowed! Maybe if I'd called it a baked potato bar it would have made more sense. Basically, baked potatoes are served with all kinds of different toppings...everything you can imagine, and of course, it varies according to choice. Today they had the following: chili, taco meat, green onions, black olives, bacon bits (real bacon, not the bitty things from a package), salsa, shredded cheese, broccoli, cheese sauce, shredded lettuce, chopped tomatoes, sour cream and butter. Mine was quite healthy, as I chose the broccoli, about a tablespoon each of black olives and bacon, a very small amount of the shredded cheese (maybe a tablespoon), and a couple tablespoons of the taco meat. I added several spoonsful of salsa, put some shredded lettuce on the side with a little chopped tomato and light dressing. So, very yummy!

It's always a free will offering, but the kids do it as a fundraiser to use the money for the holiday projects--the Salvation Army angel tree, shopping for some less fortunate kids at the local schools, etc. I saw several $20 bills in the basket and we were some of the first through the line.

Oh yes...I must confess...I did have a small piece of apple desert that was wonderful and probably not low fat. I aways have trouble trying to track that kind of thing. I finally went with apple pie, even though that isn't what it was.

We've had potato bars for fun evenings with other couples, too. We bake the potatoes and our friends bring the toppings. Lots of fun! So...there you have the potato bar!

  
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MASTERPIECE8 10/26/2011 12:53PM

    It sounds delicious, fun, and it can be healthy. I'd like to do this for my family sometime. They'd enjoy it.

Years ago we had a Wendy's here in town and they had a 'potato bar' and you could add what you wanted. It's been so long ago though. I think the 'additions' were all part of the 'salad' bar. They don't have that anymore. We have a new Wendy's. They have some good french fries!! I am learning to make my own 'french fries' in the oven - sweet potato fries. Delicious. Spray the pan with olive oil or canola oil. Spray some on the fries. Add herbs if you like, sea salt. Bake them for about 15 mins. Delicious.

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Barb

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SPEEDY143 10/24/2011 9:45PM

    Oh YuM... baked potatoes are comfort food for me but totally allowed... I use to fix two gigantic ones for DH and I as a side but since Sparkpeople I cook a medium size one and we split it... I skip the butter and use lots of salsa and a little cheese now emoticonor tons of veggies with a splash of Italian dressing *drool* and its a meal in itself emoticon

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VTMAID 10/24/2011 2:21PM

    That sounds like a neat fundraiser, but I know I would get into trouble there. To me a potato is an excuse to have sour cream. Or, to be more truthful, what I really like is an order of sour cream with just a little baked potato as a garnish!
Hugs,
Karen

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LILBITWANNABE 10/24/2011 10:23AM

    Sounds yummy! And for a great cause!!:)

Someone else gave me this idea on tracking food we don't know...On our tracker, click on 'enter food not listed' and add an 'extra food' or 'extra meal'. I have one set for 400 calories and 10 g fat(you make up the #s) for times I indulge, but don't really know how much. Comes in handy when I just don't have the time to search or can't find what I'm looking for:)

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TXMEMAW6 10/24/2011 9:33AM

    The youth group at my church is having something similar next weekend, but they are serving a barbecue plate with it. (Yum!) Nothing better than barbecue and baked potatoes. I'll try to be as good as you were, but don't know if I'll be able to. Congrats on your healthy choices! I know you had a lot of fun and helped raise money for a very worthwhile cause. Hugz.....Sharon

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KARENE10 10/24/2011 8:52AM

    Sounds delish:) And for a good cause too!

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JILL313 10/24/2011 1:21AM

    Here I thought it was potato soup with all the extra toppings--that would be good also. I love potatoes just a little too much and even though they are healthy they are pretty high in calories. I once worked with a temp who was on a very tight budget and she ate at least one potato a day usually for Lunch. . .I've never forgotten that about her. I hope you had a good time and you did choose wisely with good toppings and I'd also have to have a small slice of that apple dessert--it all sounds so yummy. I love your idea about your fixing the potatoes and friends bring the toppings that sounds like fun and an easy way of furnishing dinner. Do you usually have anything else with that? Love You.

Hugs,

Jill

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MADKAPKID 10/24/2011 12:22AM

    what a great idea......thanks....have a joy filled day, Karen

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LINOVER 10/23/2011 9:26PM

    I agree with the others - a potato bar is a great idea! Sounds like you took a healthy approach to your selections. The apple dessert sounds pretty good too!

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GRANPATTIE 10/23/2011 8:09PM

    What a great idea! Yours sounds VERY good! I'll keep this idea in mind!

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ESILBO 10/23/2011 6:09PM

    THANKS..IT SOUNDS GOOD AND ITS A GREAT IDEA
LISE
LOVE

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