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It's getting creepy here

Friday, January 07, 2011

Thinking back on my week, this is probably the thing that stands out the most: creeping portion sizes. It's amazing how little things can really add up -- in both a good and a bad way.

I've blogged about my oatmeal + almond butter + chocolate chip habit. And now I have a new love: Artisana Cashini (raw cashew butter + raw tahini). It may be expensive, but it's worth every $$ IMHO. I'm not terribly fond of tahini, truth be told, but this stuff rocks.

Only then I start with the rounded half cups of oatmeal, rounded tablespoon of cashini, rounded tablespoon of chocolate chips . . . well, you get the picture. So that is my goal this week: no creeps allowed!

Oh, there were lots of other factors in yesterday's ticker movement, but this is the one I can control. The scale wouldn't bother me so much if I hadn't been on a plateau for a frickin' year & a half.

I suppose I can't really say it's a plateau . . . technically last week I was at my lowest weight in at least 15 years. But by very little.

Ok. Moving on. Nuff said.

So, I read a little bit about the Dempsey Challenge in a magazine this week. I already knew about it a little bit -- friends of ours did it this past summer. They had the photos with Patrick Dempsey to prove it. What I didn't know is that in addition to the cycling events, there are also runs.

So, all excited, I told my husband (one of the runs is a 10k & I've been looking around for my first 10k). I figured maybe I could sweetalk him into it if our friends did it again this year. Not him participating, mind you, but just us going. As a vacation.

And while we don't yet know if our friends are doing it again, he did say he knows they are planning a trip to ME around that time. He seems interested.

Only wrinkle? He is almost always way busy traveling at that time of the year (beginning of Oct). Plus he is contemplating a new job that would require even more travel. New job at the same place, that is. We'll see how things shake out.

In addition to the snowshoe race next weekend, I am thinking about joining a group run on Monday afternoon. It's actually at a trail I know (have blogged about before), so I know how to get there & it's not too far.

Of course, it might be snow-laden (thanks, DH, like I hadn't thought of that -- NOT!). And the pace is supposed to be 10 min. miles which is way faster than I can run -- certainly for the posted 5 mile run (altho I can't see that trail actually being 5 miles).

I figure I can always start out with them and then just drop back & run by myself. That way I get to meet new people, push myself a bit, and get a run in.

I was very happy the predicted snow held off so I could get my swim in last night. I was so hoping that it would hold off long enough to walk the dogs this morning. All I needed was another half an hour, but it's already coming down thick enough that I know it's not worth trying to drag the dogs around. I don't mind walking in it, but they do. It's amazing the dead weights 2 little 10 lb dogs can be when they put their minds (and bodies) to it.

Ok, so this week let's kick all the creeps to the curb!

  
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JUST_TRI_IT 1/7/2011 8:09PM

    LOL!! What a fun-filled blog! Love the idea of kicking the creeps to the curb. GOOD ONE!

:)
Diane

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HEALTH4LYFE 1/7/2011 4:54PM

    As usual, great blog. I need to kick both the creeps to the curb and the "free loaders" as well. The free loaders are the foods I might not measure or sometimes don't even log. A very bad habit, which can account for the yo yo effect of weight going up and down within the same 5-10 pound range.
I do have more "Mojo", as Marie put in her recent blog, but still some mindfulness on which to work. But, that's why this is a journey and not a quick fix. Didn't happen overnight, so it shouldn't be fixed overnight either.
Hope you have a great day and weekend.
With enough snow, will you be able to do any cross country skiing? emoticon

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JUSTDUCKY1405 1/7/2011 3:49PM

    "No creeps allowed!" Love it!

Funny... I was thinking of you earlier today while I licked the spoon I used to put peanut butter on my girl's pb & jam sandwiches for lunch... and you know what went threw my mind...

BLT's - Bite, Licks & Tastes!!!

However, I didn't feel toooo too bad about it, and infact, it put a smile on my face to be thankful for the awareness that you have brought to me, through that!

Hugz and Luv!

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LEONALIONESS 1/7/2011 2:07PM

    I absolutely have to measure oats and things like that. I use the scale since a half cup of oats is SUPPOSED to be 40 grams but most folks (myself included!) can easily make a half cup of oats 50 or even 60 grams via creative scooping. LOL.

I measure just about everything.

When I'm stuck without a scale, like when I visited HEZLIZZIE in FL, I grabbed a smaller measuring cup. I'd normally do 3/4 a c of oats at home, so I grabbed her 1/2 c and filled that up, assuming I'd be doing closer to the 60 grams than the 40. Seemed to work okay. :)

I'm all metric-y in my kitchen now! I even weight my fruit/veg so I can track it more accurately. It's the stuff like oats, nut butter, dried fruit, etc. that is really tricky, though. So easy to have a serving be WAY more than you think with those guys. Tricky tricky!

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HALFFAST 1/7/2011 12:52PM

    I have also been a little reckless with portion sizes. Actually, I've been pretty reckless with all things nutritionally lately :( I haven't really done much of anything besides a few runs. I really need to kick my own a$$ back into gear. And look at all the stuff you're up to! You have now become the energizer buddy :)


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SHEILA1505 1/7/2011 11:18AM

    Isn't it a pain how it all adds up?
Hope you get to do your 10K with friends - can you go and join them on your own if DH's plans don't fit in?
Hugs

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SLIMMERJESSE 1/7/2011 11:08AM

    I swear, it's like you're in my head! You come up with the exact thoughts of mine as I've been doing a lot of thinking about portions. And it'll be one of the topics in my "direction correction" future blogs. I can honestly say that my portions have crept up steadily and now time to correct size. Thanks for the additional reminder.

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NATPLUMMER 1/7/2011 10:39AM

    Yes, I know how easy it is to start rounding the measurements. I have been extra careful to either make sure I add the extra tsp if I don't have the tbsp quite level or make sure I level it this week. My heart rate monitor had me burning 3000 calories in exercise last week and over 2000 the week before. Did I lose any weight....no. Not sure if I gained yet.
The Dempsey Challenge sounds like it'll be good. I hope it all works out.
I'm glad you were able to get your swim in yesterday. I know you were looking forward to it. Good luck with the running group.

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DDOORN 1/7/2011 9:26AM

    No wonder they call it CASHini...lol!

You are so much further along than I...! One of my downfalls this past winter has been oatmeal...just LOVE IT! Even plain old oats, cinnamon, splenda and water...yum! But I love it too much, can't control it. About the only carb I can have without risking loss of control is fruit...mostly apples. My portion control strategy for oatmeal at least for the foreseeable future is going to have to be NONE of it! Kudos to working on your psychological muscle for holding the line on portions!

It's fun to start scheming / dreaming of healthy events later this year! Have you heard about "Just a Short Run" in Pittsburgh this March? It's like a SparkConvention and marathon rolled into one! I'm strongly considering it as my first attempt at a 5K:

http://www.sparkpeople.c
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Don

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FRECKS96 1/7/2011 8:50AM

    I'm so on board with this! Portion sizes are definitely something I need to ALWAYS be on the lookout for. Thanks for reminding me!

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HEATHERORANGE 1/7/2011 8:11AM

  I love the idea of kicking the creeps to the curb!

I have been working on this too, amazing how easy it is too just add a *little* bit more...

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Managing my thoughts

Thursday, January 06, 2011

It's the toughest thing to do. I'm past the "I gained weight so I might as well just eat mindset" -- yeah, the thought will cross my mind, but I never act on it. The scale still does hold power over me. For a little while.

I didn't like putting my ticker up today, but I did it. Oh, there are gazillion reasons it might've happened, some within my control, some not within my control. Will it make a difference next week? Will I do better because if I don't the whole SP world will see it (like everyone on SP even looks at my ticker -- can we say swelled head & narcissistic?). Remains to be seen.

I especially hate the feeling that I seem to be able to eat something one week and lose, the next and gain. It does play head games with me. Makes me confused. After all these years, you'd really think I'd get it. That my weight loss could just be consistent.

I have goals! Goals I *really* want to achieve! I've been asking myself a lot if this will get me to my goals -- with food, with exercise, with what I'm spending. I've been reminding myself of all my goals.

And yet . . .

So I will stay the course. Do my best to do what I know works, because I really do want to reach my goals. Re-evaluate and see if something needs to change. And remember to manage my thoughts in a positive way.

  
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DEE797 1/7/2011 6:51AM

    I am with you on the scale. It doesn't make sense to me at times either.

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DDOORN 1/6/2011 3:25PM

    Cheers to staying the course!

Have reined myself back to that thinking myself these days!

Don

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SKINNYPOWELL1 1/6/2011 3:21PM

    Don't be too hard on yourself, I had to post a gain on my ticker too, however I'm moving on. Think POSITIVE. We will get there. emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 1/6/2011 12:26PM

    Isn't it frustrating when the scale doesn't make sense... which is almost all the time! If you're struggling, go back and look at your pre-vacation bathing suit pics, where you looked so fit & trim...and then at your "before" pics. You already know how to do what works... don't let your mind let you doubt yourself. This is a blip on the radar.
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SHEILA1505 1/6/2011 12:23PM

    The science of all this is such a mystery isn't it - and it's so unpredictable. I suppose that's what makes Life interesting - but it really is frustrating too

Many thanks for your comments on my blog
Hugs
and Strength to keep on keeping on!

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NATPLUMMER 1/6/2011 12:00PM

    It would be great if weight loss was consistent. It seems to have a mind of it's own. Good job putting your ticker up. Yes, it is hard. I will probably have to put mine up as well on Saturday. I don't weigh during TOM. I must admit, I don't really look at people's tickers.
Do your best...it's all you can do. Let's meet our February goals together.
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SLIMMERJESSE 1/6/2011 11:45AM

    Yes, managing my thoughts is my life's work. (smiling) That's why I really like the Dr. Beck book as cognitive therapy works well for me. Have a wonderful day.

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You know you live a healthy lifestyle when . . .

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

You spend more time researching where to exercise than what to see on your vacation

You get excited by new fitness clothes, equipment, gadgets, etc.

You spend more time in the produce aisle than the candy aisle

You spend New Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day and so on at a race

You need to replace your sneakers because they're worn out

You get totally excited by the selection of nutrition bars at a new store

You look forward to your bowl of oatmeal in the morning

You crave vegetables and think fruit are sweeter than candy

You make YOU the priority in your life

__________________ you fill in the blank!

P.S. Got a great night of uninterrupted sleep last night . . . my cat never even came in to sleep with us like he normally does! Wish I could say I felt better, but not yet. Gotta feel better by tomorrow cause it's time to swim again.

Oh, and got a groupon for Zumba classes at a place I said I was going to try out . . . like a year ago! So now I have to! Sadly, however, I'm not sure I'm ever going to have time for ice skating this year. You know you live a healthy lifestyle when you don't have time for all the fitness activities you want to squeeze into your life!

  
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KIMPOSSIBLE82 1/7/2011 12:55PM

    I'm loving this list! Good luck on Zumba!

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FRECKS96 1/6/2011 1:41PM

    ...your once fav. food at McD's doesn't even sound appetizing anymore.

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SHEILA1505 1/6/2011 12:25PM

    When you roll out of bed and into your trainers to have a neighbourhood walk before you check in on Spark cos you want to beat the traffic and the heat!!
Hugs

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MZSLYDE01 1/6/2011 11:01AM

    Ha Ha Ha - That is awesome. I love that.
Amen Sista.

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HEYRED221 1/5/2011 5:23PM

    I have heard a lot about zumba, so I am interested in hearing what you think. Sounds like fun!

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NATPLUMMER 1/5/2011 10:20AM

    ..when you wake up in the middle of the night to get your workout in.
Although I didn't do that today. Pounding headache...took Tylenol and went back to bed. Feel better now.
I'm glad you got a good night's sleep. I hope you feel better for your swim. Watch out for the Zumba...you need some major coordination. Wow, I haven't been ice skating for close to 30 years. Yikes!

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SLIMMERJESSE 1/5/2011 9:47AM

    I've got 5 on the list in my life, so that's not too shabby! (smiling) Whenever I grocery shop, I amaze myself with how much I save by not buying/wanting sweet things or booze (have never been a drinker). Also, fewer frozen foods really cut down on the bill, and I noticed my cart full of fruit and veggies. Have to pinch myself and ask, "Is this MY cart?" Have a wonderful day.

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DDOORN 1/5/2011 9:27AM

    ...when you have aisles of the grocery store (snacks, beverages, cereal, etc.) you no longer bother to travel down because there's nothing there you want or need! :-)

Great news on the Zumba! Dance class is on my bucket list...will this be the year...?

Don

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SKINNYPOWELL1 1/5/2011 8:36AM

    ...when you would rather be exercising than shopping. emoticon

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FRECKS96 1/5/2011 8:18AM

    Great list! Sorry you're not feeling better yet-maybe a swim will help?

Have fun at Zumba and I hope you can find some time for skating. There is always rollerblading in the spring if you don't get to it though.

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BUTTERFLYEMERGE 1/5/2011 5:13AM

    Love the list ... and they are soooooo true!!! emoticon

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A bad night's ramblings about routines

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Don't really have much to blog about today. Or so it seemed when I started this blog . . .

I actually have been having very mild flu-like symptoms since New Year's Eve -- nothing terrible, just enough to make me tired & not feel like doing much altho I've been almost doing the full amount anyway.

It's annoying tho. I ran my race even tho not feeling 100% cause I knew it was the sort of not feeling well where I'd feel better after the race, and I did. But since then I still haven't felt better, so I decided to take a week off running (which I do about monthly anyway). Yesterday the only way I managed to almost get my steps in was by taking the dogs for a long walk (and, of course, the grocery shopping).

I also stopped at Target yesterday, cause they always have an exercise DVD sale the first of the year & picked up a few DVDS (so much for my spending diet, but at least I am tracking what I spend).

Also, I am asking myself a lot if this will get me towards my goal? Which is part of why I decided to spend the money on the DVDs (also had a small Target gift card so it didn't break the bank). In this instance, I decided the answer was yes.

I have trouble getting all my steps in sometimes during the winter. I usually walk the dogs only once a day instead of twice, due to the cold. So I picked up some more Leslie Sansone. I don't particularly like her, but it gets the job done and I need variety. The treadmill gets boring sometimes.

Yesterday was a busy day with the shopping, helping to pull carpet staples out of our stairs, the long walk, and food prep. All I wanted to do at the end of the night was snuggle in bed with the dogs & my book. Unfortunately, DH disrupted the cats' routine by coming up to watch TV later than usual, then walking around talking to his sister when she called.

Normally I would be happy he was walking while talking, but it kept the cats coming into the bedroom & I had to get up 20 billion times when all I really wanted to do was lay there & I was getting so angry that at one point poor Lola jumped off the bed and cowered on the floor -- even tho the anger wasn't directed at her.

And of course this morning I slept late which always knocks my routine off kilter . . . well, it's a new day and I don't have quite so much to do today so I am working on releasing the anger. It's over & done & the anger doesn't do anyone any good.

See, there's that release again. It just might be my word for 2011. I'm leaning towards it, anyway. Still thinking about it tho.

I know I'm not the only one that has problems when her routine is altered. Don't be like me -- try to go with the flow. Embrace change. Realize that even if your routine gets shattered, you can find your way back & pick up where you left off.

If I'd known the cats were going to be such a PITA & DH would be stirring them up so long, I'd've shut the door -- but then I would've had to get out of bed to let the dogs out anyway. Sometimes there just is no peace!

  
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DEE797 1/5/2011 6:54AM

    Great job scoring some exercise dvds. LOL about the "cats routine", same happens here. Hope today goes better for you.

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DDHEART 1/4/2011 5:47PM

    Sorry Judy, but I had to smile to myself as I read this...you started off talking about not feeling well....and then having a very full day even though you are not 100%.....and then......you are irritated by a disrupted cozy into the covers!!! OF COURSE YOU ARE!!!!!! You deserve a break...try to give it to yourself without guilt or remorse...when you don't feel well you can find your husband and the cats, dogs, sun moon and stars all to be a pain....hey, you don't feel well...it is what it is...no more no less. Now, get better...that's an order! emoticon

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NATPLUMMER 1/4/2011 12:58PM

    Hopefully you'll get over what you've got soon. I hate when I have sort of something..I figure either be an illness or not but none of that wishy washy. Maybe that's me.
I think DVDs are a nice change of pace. Leslie isn't my favorite but she's okay. Not as annoying as some.
I hate having to get out bed after I've gotten all cozy.
Hopefully blogging helped and maybe a walk later (with or without Leslie) will take care of any lingering annoyance.

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SLIMMERJESSE 1/4/2011 10:03AM

    I smiled over "cats' routine" as mine are such creatures of habit as well. Then I realized how much I have been also - especially with my eating. But learning, learning, learning so that's the important thing. Best wishes for a great 2011.

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SHEILA1505 1/4/2011 9:11AM

    Great to take advantage of the Sales! Well done

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MZSLYDE01 1/4/2011 8:48AM

    Glad you got it all out. Sometimes we just have to let it out to get rid of the annoyance. This time of year seems to bring that.
I overslept this morning too - Seems like it's going around. I hate winter just for that reason - Can't get out and do much.
That's why I love that my husband built me a workout area in our basement so at least I have that.
Hope your day gets better

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DDOORN 1/4/2011 8:37AM

    Overslept here today as well...ooof! Hoping to make up for this by getting out during noon hour for some Nordic Walking / Jogging.

Don

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FRECKS96 1/4/2011 8:32AM

    I totally hear you on the little frustrations and annoyances of every day life. Last night was a rough one for me for sleep thanks to Alexis. But, today is a new day. we take a step forward and do our best to make it great!

Good Luck to you today!

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Rubbing off creates sparks

Monday, January 03, 2011

I have long bemoaned my husband's total lack of interest in exercise and good nutrition. The common advice was to lead by example (I try) and not preach (again, I try). I'm much better at leading by example than not preaching.

Anywho . . . DH does have just the barest glimmers of glowing embers. I'm guessing it was turning 50 this year plus watching his Dad's dementia progress -- igniting a spark in a good way! Oh, and his brush with high cholesterol.

While his eating habits still tend towards atrocious, he has cleaned them up considerably. More willing to tolerate my more frequent veggie meals (even if he doesn't like them unless they're drenched in cheese, which defeats the whole purpose but then I'm just so grateful to actually see him eating a veggie I can almost turn a blind eye to all that cheese . . . almost).

Not complaining about the lack of beef in his diet. Choosing fish or chicken -- on his own -- on a more frequent basis.

And last night was the culmination. I had a veggie dinner all lined up, but was a bit tired after an afternoon of shopping. I suggested Chinese. He bit.

When we get Chinese delivered, it's usually at least a couple of meals for me, and sometimes more for my husband. Because he makes sure to order enough to get the General Tso's chicken.

Now, I think even General Tso's Chicken can be worked into your diet once in a while, but the problem is that he'll eat it about 3 times that week we get Chinese. Finally, he chose not to order it. I know it hurt him not to do so, since it would have been free, but I was so happy.

Oh, next I would love to see him totally give up soda. I keep thinking his frugal side would see the wisdom of this, but no, it's a real addiction.

I had mentioned a little while back that he seems to have more energy now that he's eating a little cleaner. He didn't think so, but maybe he just doesn't want to admit I could possibly be right. He is definitely a living example of what teeny, tiny baby steps can do for you.

Oh, and of course, next there is exercise. Basically he gets almost none, especially during the winter. He complains everytime I say we have to take the dogs for a walk. Somehow he seems to think it's totally my job, but I just insist -- and point out that if he didn't want to walk them, we shouldn't have gotten dogs.

He also complains bitterly that he can't get anything done if he walks the dogs -- cause he has to rest after walking them. And I point out that if he has to rest after walking dogs for 30 minutes (which includes a lot of stopping, sniffing, & peeing) then there is something wrong with that picture. Yesterday I spent 3 hours mostly walking around the mall, and came home, and we immediately walked the dogs.

I had great success at the mall, too. I've been searching for comfortable shoes to wear in the house during the winter forever. I've been wearing my slippers pretty much 24/7 in the house! I had a $10 certificate to DSW and a triple points card. I got 2 pairs of boots that are really comfy -- nothing exciting in the looks department, but not ugly either. And then one gorgeous set of heels that it sort of a leopard print with black bows & sparkly! On clearance, of course (as was one of the pairs of boots).

I know, I know, I said I was going to spend less. Well, I downloaded an app to my Ipod Touch and am tracking my spending. I truly needed the boots -- I didn't need the shoes, but yes, I wanted them and they were a good deal. And I don't intend on going clothes/shoes shopping for quite some time. Stay out of stores & I can't send money.

I also had a 50% off coupon for Borders with $5 in Borders bucks to spend, but I really didn't need anything and didn't buy anything there.

Baby steps & accountability -- it's almost all you need!

  
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PCOH051610 1/4/2011 8:01AM

    Great that your husband is starting to feel the warmth from the embers! My husband piped up before supper last night and asked if we had more veggies?!? I thought I was hearing things!

The shopping sounded like it was a great bit of fun....glad to hear you found some funky shoes to go along with the sensible boots.

Would you mind sharing what app you downloaded to your iPod?

Have a great day!!!

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TEMPEST272002 1/3/2011 10:49PM

    I'm glad to hear hubby is taking baby steps towards improving his health. It took almost dying for my hubby to get the message that maybe he should actually put effort into caring for his body. Of course, it took me 20 some odd years to get the message too....

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NATPLUMMER 1/3/2011 7:35PM

    You're right on both the baby steps and the accountability.
Great job on the shoes and boots. You need post pictures of the heels.

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DDOORN 1/3/2011 11:08AM

    Love to play with Gandhi's quote and say: Be the SPARK you want to see in the world!

That plus a little craftiness, sounds like you've got your husband making some pretty important "baby steps!" :-)

Don

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SHEILA1505 1/3/2011 8:45AM

    Well done with canny shopping :)

IRO DH and his cheese on everything esp.veg thing - can you get a lower fat cheese such as Ementaler (Spark seems to call it Swiss cheese - anyway the one with holes in) or another very low fat cheese - they are just as tasty as Cheddar.

when I had a vegetarian guest/student here for 5 months my cholesterol went thru the roof cos of the cheese issue - changed to Ementaler and reduced other dairy and the numbers are back to highly satisfactory

Hugs

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