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The sun shines more than you think

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Today is one of those rare days: raining. Really coming down. Unfortunately, it started about the time I got up, way before I could get the dogs out.

Pre-dogs, I'd probably complain about a day like today. Or just curl up and stay in bed. One thing living with dogs has taught me is it's the rare day there isn't a break in the clouds. We may think it's raining all the time, but the reality is it isn't. Or maybe it's just getting us ready for Seattle!

I don't really mind going out with the dogs in bad weather that much -- unless they just sit there and do nothing. Some dogs (think big black labs) really love the rain. My guys not so much. Lola refused to even set foot out this morning. Chester went, and he did his business, but he made it clear he really didn't want to.

My point, tho, is that we need to concentrate on the positive, not the negative, and there are always positives out there. Didn't lose weight or gained? You learned something. Maybe you really don't need that extra cookie or all that pasta. Or maybe you just need to be patient. No matter what, gaining or maintaining can actually teach you more than losing. Didn't lose as much as you want? Maybe you need to move a little more. Eat more. Eat more of the right stuff. Concentrate on what you can have, not what you can't.

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Started my day with oatmeal again. I actually do miss it when I don't have it! If only I could eat oatmeal and still have other stuff with it. Oh well.



Because the avocado I used for my sushi was just so perfect, I didn't want to let it go to waste. So I made a very simple avocado wrap: ezekiel wrap, a few pieces of romaine lettuce, and the avocado. Plus some mozzarella. I tried a new brand this week, and really didn't like it. No flavor and just doesn't melt well. I toasted the ezekiel wrap with the mozzarella in there, and then just added the veggies. Baby carrots on the side. Adora for dessert.



I finally did get around to trying my pink monster. 1 cup soymilk, 1 banana (frozen), 1 scoop Amazing Grass chocolate superfood, 1 1/2 cups kale, and 1 beet. Looks so pretty, doesn't it? It tasted good at first sip, but had a weird aftertaste. I might try it again just to see if that's just the way it tastes -- maybe I'll try to the pre-roasted beets from Melissa (I did have some trouble totally removing the skin, so maybe that's it).

Dinner was the leftover potato chowder; it tasted better the second time around.

I also spent some of the afternoon making up some more home made larabars and some raw chocolate chip cookie dough (recipe: ohsheglows.com/2009/05/03/raw-chocol
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Not really quite sure how I felt about this (and looking up the recipe, wouldn't you know I came across that microwave apple crisp recipe I was looking for? Got it right, as it turns out). It hit the spot, but didn't really remind my cookie dough.

It was a raw kind of day. Mostly, anyway. I always feel so good when I get in plenty of veggies. Smoothies really help (I know, how odd is that?) -- I'll miss them while I'm out of town.

  
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TANYA210 11/14/2009 10:28AM

    You are right about positvie thinking. WE want everything now and don't want to be patient. We are finding this out waiting for unemployment to hit. Thanks for your post. It is helping me.

Tanya

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 11/14/2009 10:08AM

    That is a good message - always look at the positive side of this journey. My Skeeters hates the rain - it's as if he expects a carpet rolled out for him so he doesn't get his little feet wet - lol. And snow is even worse - he's so little we have to shovel a path to his favourite spot for him. Have a great day :)

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KARBIE18 11/14/2009 9:29AM

    Yellow labs definitely like water, too.

Your drink looks radioactive! That was the weird aftertaste!

Great message, though. For several years, I've been trying to see the positive side of everything, and it really has changed my life. But there are days, of course, when I really have to work at it. I don't mind, though, because those are the days I seem to learn the most!

Have a great weekend, and thanks for blogging!
Karen

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IFDEEVARUNS2 11/14/2009 9:25AM

    Didn't know Ezekiel made wraps - good to know. I love the bread.

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Awakening

Friday, November 13, 2009

I have never considered myself to be a depressed person, yet I realize that in many ways, I seemed as though I was asleep until the last year or so. Despite moving somewhere I don't want to live, leaving the house I loved, not being able to continue with some of the activities I loved (like agility) -- for now, I think I'm happier than I've been in a long time.

I would like to say that being thinner isn't the reason, but the truth is it is -- altho the truth is a tricky thing, isn't it? It's not really that simple.

I'm happier because to get thin, I've taken a good, hard look at myself. It's not just about what I eat, altho you are what you eat, and if you're eating crap, you'll feel like crap -- THAT really is that simple.

I realized that to get thin I had to remember to do the stuff I love. It must be easy for me, you'd think, since I don't have kids and I don't at the moment work. I don't work at a job, but my animals are my kids and I spend more time with them than a lot of people do with their kids! I train them, I walk the dogs, I make their food -- they easily take up a few hours a day.

I haven't quite gotten back to all the things I love, but I'm working my way there.

I am happy, most of the time, because -- well, why not? What's the alternative? No one likes to be unhappy. It sure doesn't feel good. I have my stressors, just like the next person -- well, maybe not like the next person, in many ways I do have it good, but that doesn't mean I lead a stress free life.

Sure, I get mad & sad sometimes. And I allow myself to feel these feelings. And then I move on.

Nowadays I like what I see in the mirror, even if the scale keeps playing with the same few pounds and I'd really, really like to stop paying for WW and I really could still stand to lose another 20 lbs (altho I'm only planning on another 10). I dress better -- altho that's also something I have to mindful of. I deserved new clothes, but shopping can be an addiction, too, and while I'm not there, I know I need to watch it.

I still need some more cold weather clothes, tho. Some of my nice acrylic sweaters are too big for me now, and they really aren't all that flattering. I haven't been having much luck with finding new ones at a price I'm willing to pay yet, so I may just have to settle for a while. Shopping is great for getting my steps in, but not so great for my pocketbook.

I've also begun to wear makeup more often. I've always had an on-again, off-again love affair with makeup. But I'm sure it's no coincidence that I want to make the thinner me look as good as possible.

So yes, I really do feel a bit like sleeping beauty. Only I didn't need a prince to wake me.

And because people love to laugh at human moments in others, I thought I'd share this. I have a small basket in my kitchen for my keys, but sometimes they end up somewhere else and it takes a while to find them.

Yesterday I couldn't find my house keys (yes, there are 3) before my meeting. So I went anyway, just left the door between the house and the garage unlocked.

It really bothered me, because it wasn't as if it had been hours since I used them. I knew exactly the last time I'd used them: I walked the dogs, and used them to open the back door to get back in. Then I went upstairs and change, and then I couldn't find them.

I looked in all the places I thought they might be: on top of the plastic stacking container where we keep the leash & harnesses. By my computer. In my pocketbook. On my nightstand. In the pockets of the fleece I was wearing. All the usual suspects.

I couldn't find them, even hours later. Until I went to take the dogs for their afternoon walk. As I opened the drawer where I keep my gloves, I thought maybe they're here . . . and sure enough they were. Apparently I must have dropped them in there when I took off my gloves!

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WI day. A breakfast of a vitatop with 1 tbsp almond butter. I took along my homemade larabar for a snack (those are so good, and so filling -- just google larabar recipes and you'll find plenty).



So this is Annie Chun's sushi making kit.



It provides you with the rice (which you microwave), and the nori wrappers presliced for individual pieces of sushi. You provide the filling (avocado and cucumber, as shown here). I even already had this tiny sushi rolling mat (which you supposedly don't need, and I guess I really didn't as it didn't seem to work anyway).

They also don't tell you to soak the nori sheets to soften them, but I did.



And this was the result. Sushi salad. Those things just wouldn't roll, no how, no way. I read a bunch of reviews on the product -- after buying it, of course -- and most people really loved it. The kit cost $3.95. Quite frankly, I could've bought veggie sushi for just about the price (when you factor in the avocado). I should've saved my wasabi from yesterday's sushi, too; that would have helped.

I don't think I'll be trying it again. But I must say I was really stuffed afterwards. I didn't have any protein at all, so I worried I'd be hungry -- but it makes 2 servings and I ate it all. And then had a slice of the chocolate pumpkin pie.

I had every intention of making a pink monster as a snack yesterday, but was never hungry so I didn't obviously.

Dinner was an Amy's Margherita pizza with baby carrots. I know, a big processed food day. It happens once in a while, what can I say?



And speaking of not being able to find things when you want to . . . I read more than one foodie's blog about microwave apple crisp. It involved granola, apples, and almond milk, and that's all I could remember.

So I cut up an apple, drizzled it with some honey, cinnamon, and some almond mile, and microwaved it for 3 minutes. Then crushed up some multigrain flakes instead of the granola to top it.

I'm not a big fan of cooking stuff in the microwave anymore. This took quite a few minutes to cool down before I could eat it without burning something. It was soft and cinnamon-y, but it wasn't really apple crisp. It was just ok. Maybe I missed a step somewhere. I just couldn't find the "recipe" when I wanted to.

I just read that wheat germ is supposed to help you with stress, so I'm gonna put some wheat germ in today's oatmeal . . .

  
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MOMMA_GRIZZ 11/13/2009 9:49AM

    I feel the same way about my journey - it was like I was sleeping for years and now the opportunities are amazing! Brings to mind a butterfly? Not sure, but I'm glad we took this journey :)

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LISA0517 11/13/2009 9:02AM

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts. This is a great post. I am still in my weight loss journey (up down up down up), but I have had to look at myself long and hard this time. And I have decided that for me, happiness is a choice, and I can choose the way I look at things (sometimes this is much easier said than done!). So my hat is off to you for learning to feel your feelings and then move on when those feelings are not healthy!
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SEKSUNSHINE 11/13/2009 7:18AM

    I love when I do that with my keys. One things for sure you can get plenty of exercise going back and forth looking for them!

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A very good week but no scale movement

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Unless, of course, you count the tiny bit up. Truly, I felt I had a good week of eating, tending to my spirit, and exercise, despite feeling a bit eh for a few days. It would have been really nice to be rewarded with at least a small loss, but such is life. I know it will come.

My healthy habits challenge is going well. Hit all my goals the first week, and am on my way for the second week. The dogs are getting trained more, I'm getting a bit more knitting done, and I'm eating more fruits and veggies. Those green monsters really come in handy for those fruits and veggies (and today I'll try out the pink monster -- should be interesting).

This week will be hectic. Have some baking to do; must make the traditional corn buns. DH has agreed to cook dinner once a month in exchange for not going out to eat out that week. We used to have a deal that he'd cook one night on the weekends, but that fizzled quickly. I'm hoping he can deal with once a month. And hoping my waistline can deal with whatever concoctions he comes up with -- he hates having to cook healthy (hello, but you like a slender wife? What's up with that?).

Have to start packing again (we leave next Saturday), get all the food prepared for the animals, decide on what food to bring with me. I also need to ponder just how to adapt my healthy habits challenge for the week we'll be away. The knitting will probably be easy, as I've mentioned, the exercising may be a challenge. And of course there will be no dogs to train. I would love to just maintain over this next vacation, but so much of the food prep will be out of my hands -- it's a challenge, to be sure. That's life.

It's also interesting that I was very tired Monday, didn't feel so well on Tuesday, and still wasn't feeling 100% yesterday (am fine today). My niece was getting over a cold this weekend. I wonder if that was just my immune system fighting off whatever bug she brought to the table? If I would have gotten sick if I'd made poor food choices? We'll never know.

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Yesterday started with oatmeal. It's so comforting!



After walking the dogs I bagged leaves for about half an hour. It was about 10:30 when I got in, and I knew I'd never make it to lunch without something -- especially considering I actually had to make something for lunch.

I admit it: IDI (I Deserve It) syndrome kicked in a bit and I went for a Luna Bar. I don't eat them so often anymore, and consider they to be more a treat than a protein bar. And I knew I'd be running later that day. Thankfully, because if Tuesday had been my run day, I really didn't feel up to it.



I made the last of my roasted red pepper sandwiches (finished off the jar of peppers). Threw in some asparagus for good measure. And made the beet salad from one of the WW booklets.

The salad was interesting -- but I think maybe the red onions were a little overpowering for it. I loved how the tangerine picked up a pink hue from the beets -- so pretty! A very satisfying lunch, and I always just feel so good when I get lots of veggies in. BTW, I pick out most of hte insides of the bread, so while it looks like a huge amount, it's really not so bad (the better to stuff veggies in there, too).

I finished off the previous day's green monster after my run. I did the 3 minute jog/1 minute walk routine for 3.29 miles in 45 minutes -- which is a PR for me. Sad, I know, but I still feel really good about it. The trainer in DietTribe happened to say last week that a normal person can run a 5k in 25-35 minutes; of course, my husband would be happy to tell you I'm not normal.



I made the potato chowder from the WW week 1 booklet for dinner. It was ok, but quite filling. I know it looks like I spent my life in the kitchen yesterday, but in reality, the prep work for lunch and dinner was about 30 minutes each, and the cooking time was pretty low. Isn't your health worth an hour of cooking a day?



1 square of Lindt Fleur de Sel and a few chunks of dried papaya for dessert. Dried fruit can be so addicitive . . . which reminds me I got more dried figs this week -- gotta dip those bad boys in some chocolate at some point!

  
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DDHEART 11/12/2009 7:21PM

    I would like to think that your healthy living helped your immune system. Now, I know it will be hard to o as well with your upcoming "workation" you'll doit though and hopefully you will be able to keep the stress down......I was thinking about the exercise issue and I thought about resistance bands....I know you won't have much privacy but th bathroom breks could include a little ST with bands...then get a walk in to destress and add up the steps...you'll survive.

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 11/12/2009 6:28PM

    Sounds like you've had a good productive week - good for you! That roasted pepper sandwich sure looks good and the dried papaya - yum! Have fun getting ready for your trip away :)

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MTER67 11/12/2009 4:48PM

    Love roasted red pepper sandwiches--bet the asparagus was a nice add-on, too. Not a huge fan of beets, but my husband loves them. I ought to make something like your salad for him and see if I can learn to like them a little more myself.

Living in this cooler climate has turned me into a knitting maniac. I have been haunting the local knit shop and recently finished a baby hat and one sock(one sock to go!) for a friend whose sister is having a baby. There is nothing better than curling up on the couch with a project and some wonderful yarn. I am thrilled to be back in the land of beautiful yarn choices!

Sorry, I've been so out of touch. Hope all is going well with you.

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IFDEEVARUNS2 11/12/2009 1:49PM

    Green monster?

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Under & over-estimating

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Today's blog subject comes straight to you from DH. It's all to easy to both underestimate the amount of food we eat (he has a tendency to eat things straight from the bag without worrying about portion sizes -- can't be bothered) and overestimate the amount of exercise we get.

He tells me all the time that I'd be surprised at how much he really walks around. And he's so proud of himself (and exhausted) when he mows the lawn. He mowed the front and side to mulch up the last straggler leaves (I'm still raking up the back). He finally remembered to wear his pedometer (which he didn't take to Europe, and hasn't been wearing much lately -- nor has he been walking the dogs. At all. Except once in a blue moon. And he wonders why Chester doesn't want to walk with him).

Any guesses on how many steps that was? 4000. I'm sure he thought for sure he was walking miles and miles (we have about half an acre).

I can't convince him that it's about getting more steps into your daily activities, either. I parked in the garage yesterday, but pulled up a bit too close to the freezer (which is on the side). I simply walked around the car to deposit my groceries into the freezer. No biggie.

He ended up moving my car.

A healthy lifestyle isn't about exercising like a maniac at the gym for an hour and then coming home and being a total couch potato. It's about trying to sneak movement into your day wherever you can.

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Because I knew I was having spaghetti & meatballs for dinner, I wanted a lighter breakfast. So I had a nice big bowl of the multigrain flakes. I was afraid I'd be hungry, but I wasn't feeling so good and it held me over til my snack.



I had planned to have a homemade larabar as a snack, but since I wasn't feeling well, decided I needed even better nutrition than that and went with a green monster. This one had 2 cups of soymilk, 3 cups of kale, 1 banana, 1 acai packet, some agave nectar, and a couple of scoops of Amazing grass chocolate superfood. I wanted to put in blueberries, but didn't have any -- but then came across my acai packets -- perfect (the frozen ones from Sambazon).

Since that made a huge amount, I'll have some for a snack today, too. I was feeling pretty shaky after walking the dogs, and still had a lot to get done today, and this really helped.



Sushi for lunch. From the grocery store. It's not Whole Foods (they had such awesome sushi), but it's affordable. With seaweed salad. Usually I just have some baby carrots with it, but decided to spring for the seaweed salad this time. I make my own occasionally, too.



I had a late lunch, and was pretty stuffed afterwards. Had whole wheat spaghetti with home made marinara sauce and veggie meatballs. Altho it's been warm the last couple of days, it cooled down as I was bagging leaves, so this really hit the spot.



Dessert was a couple of pieces of dried papaya, a vitabrownie, and some coconut cocoa tea. I think I did pretty well getting healthy food in. Didn't make me feel better, but at least I wasn't feeling worse, aka pretty sure it's not swine flu, for instance.

  
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IFDEEVARUNS2 11/12/2009 1:51PM

    OK, now I get the green monster......
How does it taste?

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STARTSPARKING 11/12/2009 6:17AM

    I love my pedometer, so I can be sure I get at least 10,000 steps everyday. I agree that just as important as it is to set aside time to exercise to get our heart rates up, sneaking in movements into our day is also crucial. Thanks for the reminder.

I continue to enjoy your yummy photos of your meals! emoticon

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DDHEART 11/11/2009 5:37PM

    Interesting how our significant others look at this....mine has been tired a lot and I have been trying to "gently" encourage him to join me in my sparkquest but other than taking the daily walk, he says yeah, I know and then forget it and complain about being tired....sigh...I'll keep trying to be a good example. emoticon

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SLIMMERJESSE 11/11/2009 10:56AM

    Wow, your food always looks so nice. Made me smile about over-estimating our activity and underestimating calories. Very true. Have a wonderful day.

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 11/11/2009 10:07AM

    Absolutely right - it's so easy to be off measure when eyeballing portions or estimating activities. Your spaghetti sure looks yummy.

Hope you feel better soon :) Take care. emoticon

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FITKAT2010 11/11/2009 6:27AM

    Yes, measurements are incredibly important. We often fool ourselves.

The quality of our food is also important. You eat high-quality food. So do I.

Feed the body food and it rewards us.

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My sister; my mirror?

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

I must admit -- I was surprised to see that my sister had gotten heavy. She complains about being fat all the time, but the truth is she wasn't. She was an adolescent, like me, but lost the weight in college and really has kept it off all these years.

She's 7 years older than I am, so she'll be turning 55 in a couple of months. Which means she's post-menopausal. So that's a little scary. What's in store for me? It would certainly be no fun to lose all this weight only to gain it again (not like that's never happened before).

Still, I have my secret weapons: SP & WW. Hopefully SP was still be around when I go thru menopause, and I will have the collective wisdom of others who've gone before me to pick thru. And that, of course, is my future, and I'm going to deal with the now. It's sort of in the category of note to self at the moment. Tuck it away so you're not blindsided, but don't dwell on the something you have no control over yet, either.

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Oatmeal for breakfast. Yum!



The pumpkin pie roasted chickpeas. Okay. Maybe they'd be better with the nutmeg I didn't add since I didn't have any? I like my cheesy roasted chickpeas (oil, salt, & nutritional yeast).



My mom had planned to serve asparagus, then forgot about it, so she gave it to me. I've no idea why she didn't keep them, but her loss is my gain. So I roasted a big pan of asparagus and brussel sprouts. I wanted to do beets, too, but there was no room (I did roast the beets afterwards).



Lunch was a bit odd. Since the roasted veggies finished first, I started out with them as a sort of appetizer. They were roasted to perfection, too -- sometimes it's too much or to little, but these were just perfect. Crisp and browned on the outside, melty on the inside.



I was making pumpkin kugel for lunch. Kugel is noodle pudding and if you've never tried it, you really should. Comfort food at its best. Only I didn't open this package -- the cats did! I came up one morning to find a piece of plastic on the floor, and thought it was odd -- pretty sure it wasn't there when I went to sleep. And then discovered to my horror that the cats (most likely Simba) had eaten thru the noodle package (but not, apparently, the noodles themselves). Weird cats. So yes, I still used these noodles.



The pumpkin kugel. Doesn't look real exciting, but it was good. Although you don't really taste the pumpkin. This is from FBD cookbook, and it's a recipe that just cries out to be veganized (really, pretty much all you have to do is switch tofu for the eggs). Since it was the first time I tried it, I wanted to stick to the recipe.

It doesn't look very exciting, I know, but it really does taste good. I was afraid it wouldn't be very filling -- the portion looked pretty small to me -- but it did a pretty good job. And it will be a switch up from my oatmeal for breakfast occasionally.



The recipe called for crushed cornflakes, but I substituted these Full Circle Multigrain flakes, which I'd never had before. And they were perfect -- just slightly sweet.

In fact, I found myself starting to munch them out of the box at about 3 pm, even tho I wasn't really all that hungry. I stopped myself, got out a bowl, and measured out a serving. Then had a second! No wonder I wasn't hungry when dinner rolled around. I don't generally eat cereal because I don't find it filling enough.

For dinner we finished off the pineapple pork tacos. And then one square of Lindt Fleur de Sel.

  
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IFDEEVARUNS2 11/10/2009 10:03AM

    I did not gain weight with menopause - it's not inevitable if you keep moving.
I'd love to have your pumpkin kugel recipe..... emoticon

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SLIMMERJESSE 11/10/2009 9:50AM

    That hormonal weight gain is a complete tidal wave. Even if you know it's part of the process, wow, it takes you by surprise. And, according to the book "Breakthrough" by Suzanne Somers, menopause does not have an end. It's a constant hormonal flux from that point onward. Yikes!

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FRANCA1P 11/10/2009 9:21AM

    ok, so now i am hungry after seeing all your lovely foods here!
it's prob. good you didn't roast the beets with the other veggies. they tend to color everything around them so a separate pan is better anyway. you can eat them together tho-yum!
you do a lot of cooking and i am envious. no one here would eat all that wonderful stuff but me and i would be gaining 5 pounds a week, easypeasy!

keep up all your great efforts!

fran

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 11/10/2009 9:05AM

    I agree - you have way too much knowledge to gain weight during menopause - you simply will not let it happen! Your meals all looks so yummy - thanks for sharing!

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KARBIE18 11/10/2009 7:56AM

    You are NOT going to gain your weight back. You may have to work harder at menopause, but you won't gain it back. I have no doubt that you know a lot more, and have more self-awareness than your sister did going into it, and you'll do what you have to do. And, if someday SP disappears (heaven forbid), we can all get each others' email addresses, and root each other on that way.

Pumpkin kugel? I'll have to try that.

Oh yeah, thanks so much for the goodie, and the kind words. I appreciate it.

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