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Runnin of the Green Race Report

Saturday, March 12, 2011

They call it that cause it takes place on Green Island - of course, it's also it takes place near St. Patty's Day, too. DH agreed to drive me there, much to my surprise, considering he's only been home a couple of days & still really tired. The race didn't start til 10, which helped.

It snowed lightly right up until we left. We got there an hour early cause parking was supposed to be tight - which it was - picked up my packet, then hung out for an hour.

Because I couldn't tell quite where the front was, I ended up too close to the front & went out too fast - my first mile was actually sub-10 minutes (just) which is a first for me. The second mile was close to a 10 minute mile, too, but I kept slowing down - and falling back - from there. I don't think I passed a single person the entire race.

That's ok, tho, because I ended up with an average of a 10:48 pace, which is my fastest pace to date - and my "longest" race at 4 miles. Oy, how am I gonna run 3x+ in under a year?

It's a nice race - a fast course with clocks at every mile & one water station & well organized, with your time on a screen at the end of the race. Oh, my time was 43:14, btw. I was hoping for between 40 to 45 mnutes so I was right on, but boy it was still hard! Will they ever get easier?

  
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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/14/2011 9:37AM

    You did great! Sometimes it's easier, sometimes it isn't. Depends on the day, depends on the course, depends on your body that day.
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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/14/2011 7:20AM

    Sounds like you did AWESOME, I knew you would. emoticon

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SKFEREBEE 3/13/2011 11:31AM

    If the races were easy, then everyone would do them, right? That's a great pace & time for a 4-mile run!

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DDOORN 3/13/2011 8:56AM

    Kudos to pushing yourself yet again!

Easy? You? Nah...can't have that! Cuz you'll just push that envelop yet some MORE! :-)

Don

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FREELADY 3/12/2011 11:59PM

    Fabulous! I am excited about how well you did!
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ALEXSMOMMYRUNS 3/12/2011 9:42PM

    Great job, congratulations!!! Adding distance is easier than you think....just keep it up!!

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HEYRED221 3/12/2011 7:30PM

    emoticon that was great - you must feel really good!!!

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HALFFAST 3/12/2011 7:10PM

    Way to go Judy! emoticon

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FRECKS96 3/12/2011 4:58PM

    Great job today!! Glad you were able to get a ride in. I totally should have walked or jogged to my race, parking was terrible here too.

It sounds like you had a good race, even if it was hard. Congrats on your sub 10 min mile. I was thinking about you during my race.

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NATPLUMMER 3/12/2011 2:07PM

    Great race!!! Congratulations!!!!!

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SHEILA1505 3/12/2011 1:12PM

    I can't answer your question - but well done!!

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DAYHIKER 3/12/2011 12:17PM

    emoticon emoticonYou have my sympathy for that fast start but you sure pulled it out with a good time! You keep training and you'll make that half when the time comes because you're hooked emoticonand you're determined. emoticon

Congratulations on a race well run!
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SWEETROSIE2 3/12/2011 12:14PM

    emoticon well done you must of felt so good after your race, good on you.
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Why don't I do this every day? Roasted veggies!

Friday, March 11, 2011

My meeting was great yesterday, and I was definitely remotivated afterwards. So I went & bought myself veggies to roast along with dinner. I roasted up some butternut squash & brussel sprouts - unfortunately totally forgot the asparagus I'd roasted earlier in the week.

My plate was so full I couldn't fit all the veggies on it & had to go back for seconds on veggies!

Why don't I do this more often? It truly doesn't take that much effort & the end results are so worth it. It can make all the difference in feeling satisfied. My first time with roasted butternut squash, btw, and I definitely enjoyed it. Even bought it already chunked so it wouldn't take that much work.

Today was supposed to be my rest day, but I decided I needed that yesterday. Today I'm thinking I'll just be doing yoga to stretch out good for my race tomorrow. So a semi-rest day cause it'll probably be too wet to walk the dogs.

I read an article yesterday about gaining weight when you don't expect to, and it listed 3 culprits - and I'm probably guilty of all 3:

1. Too much sodium

Had popcorn for lunch & maybe too much salt on my rice & beans the day before my WI

2. Not paying attention to portion sizes

Didn't measure out my rice & beans - specially since it was the last of the rice

3. New exercise
All that shoveling

I wasn't shocked to see a gain, actually, just shocked at how large a gain it was

So what healthy habit aren't you doing even tho you know you should?

  
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TURTLE_MOM 3/13/2011 10:27AM

    I didn't think about roasting brussels sprouts! I love roasted cauliflower, and we did sweet potatoes and turnips last night, but steamed the brussels sprouts. I think we'll do asparagus tonight :)

Measuring portion sizes - I got a digital scale to help with this but I still forget. I need to keep it up, I really think it makes a difference!

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FREELADY 3/11/2011 10:38PM

    " . . . it was the last of the rice . . . " How often has THAT tripped me up!!?? Glad you called this to my attention.

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HEYRED221 3/11/2011 9:56PM

    My fav is roasting broccoli, cauliflower, onions, garlic and carrots tossed with olive oil. I love it!!!! I will make some brown rice and top with a huge pile of the veggies - the broccoli tops always come out so crispy - its awesome.

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DDOORN 3/11/2011 2:12PM

    You are sounding SO READY to make it your BEST EFFORT tomorrow for your race! Looking forward to hearing all about it!

Don

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NATPLUMMER 3/11/2011 11:21AM

    Roasted veggies are fabulous!!
Good luck on your race!!
I'm definitely guilty of the salt thing sometimes and I've been doing all that ST. I'm great a portions sizes at home, but not so much when I'm out.

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MZSLYDE01 3/11/2011 11:06AM

    Oh I am so happy for you with your race. I hope you do well and most of all have fun with it. Enjoy the accomplishment - WHICH IT IS A GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENT.....
The roasted veggies sound great - I love roasted veggies - even though I have only had them a couple of times they were great. I am asking myself why I don't do them more often as well.
You have worked hard.
Make sure you take pics at the race. I hope to see them posted next week.

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LEONALIONESS 3/11/2011 10:58AM

    I eat about a half pound+ of roasted veggies every night with dinner.
I especially love roasting cauliflower and broccoli, lately. Other favorites are butternut (with or without sweet potatoes), asparagus, and brussels. Beets are also DELISH roasted but I don't do them as often since they are messy. ;)

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CRAZYDOGLADYBO 3/11/2011 10:38AM

    Good luck on your race!

Mine is not doing enough strength training.

I love roasting veggies, need to do that more often.

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DAYHIKER 3/11/2011 9:43AM

    Wishing you all the best on your race tomorrow! emoticon A semi-rest day sounds very wise so you'll be rarin' to go for the race.

I really need to get into the veggie roasting thing! emoticon

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/11/2011 8:25AM

    Good luck on your race tomorrow. Can't wait to hear all about it. I haven't experimented much with roasting veggies, only squash and zuchini. Last night my oven caught on fire, half the element burnt up and turned to ash, sheesh, thank goodness I was done making pizza for the kids. Now I have to get it fixed, I wish that meant no cooking for a few days but hubby is picking up the part today, darn.


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SHEILA1505 3/11/2011 8:07AM

    Thanx for commenting on mine!
As you know - I've been vegging and feeling sorry for myself cos of no dancing etc for half this week - but I've definitely roasted my veg every day or included it in the sauce - curry, Bolognaise or Marinara. Have to hide some of the veg from my student/guest but get plenty every day :D

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Making peace with the scale one day at a time

Thursday, March 10, 2011

First off, I don't weigh myself daily. I don't own a scale. I'm working on it - the whole point of this blog - but scales still tend to have too much hold over my mood. If it works for you, fine. If it doesn't, then you need a new game plan.

No, I'm talking about simply not letting the number on the scale rule my emotions. At least, not TOO much. Cause I'd be lying if I said I felt great about today's WI. I mean really, how often can you lose the same 2-3 lbs? Apparently ad nauseum.

So I've been praying a lot whenever anxiety about the scale rules its ugly head, which is pretty often. And I do feel that those prayers have helped me to think about the scale less often.

And I added a new mantra for whenever those thoughts & feelings creep in. I read about this in a magazine and I was just blown away by how simple & appropriate it is: Shalom, the Hebrew word for peace. Cause that's what we all want to feel, right?

So what did I do when I got home? Because it's actually above freezing for a change, I changed into a lighter weight sweater with bracelet length sleeves & put a bracelet on. And the heart necklace from my DH. And a nicer (read: heavier - oh the things we'll do to face the scale!) bra.

Cause when you feel pretty, you're more liable to treat yourself well. Which may be why I visualized myself in a bikini while I was running yesterday. To make the mind-body connection that running will help me look good in a bikini, no matter what the scale says (within reason).

Oh, and on a totally different subject, it's official: I'm addicted to checking the top 100 free Kindle books list. Probably one of my healthier addictions!

Do you have a scale mantra? No obscenities, please, even if that's your mantra right now!

  
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ASHERAH38 3/11/2011 3:55PM

    Wednesday and Sunday are my weigh in days. And over the years, have learned and yes the hard way:-) not to attach too much emotion to what's on the scale but to use it to see if I am losing or gaining. Some weeks are better than others.

I am really getting into this idea of self-compassion and I just read an article ( I posted it on my blog) and there was an affirmation/ mantra that I am going to start using: "I am going to be kind to myself in this moment."

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DAYHIKER 3/11/2011 9:50AM

    I stopped weighing daily for awhile but I do better when I check every morning. If I'm up I know to watch portions and sodium and if I'm down I'm happy. I know a lot of people just can't do it, though, and I can understand that. When I stop weighing every day or so I start gaining because I get delusional about my portions and choices... emoticon

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SHEILA1505 3/11/2011 7:42AM

    I've decided not to look at the scale this week - spent so many days with foot RICEd and feeling sorry for myself confined to couch ... jeans are telling their own story ... so we'll have a conversation again next week :D

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HEYRED221 3/10/2011 10:09PM

    I don't know if I have a mantra but I just tell myself to "suck it up! whatever it says, just move forward its not the end of the world".

I don't own a scale - I threw it out years ago, I just know weigh in at my WW meetings.

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FRECKS96 3/10/2011 7:31PM

    No mantra for me. I check it, log it on my chart and move on with my day. Since I've been maintaining (though I still want to kick 5 more pounds), I've gotten much better about it. I now only step on the scale once/day, instead of 2 or 3 times and I usually forget the number within a few minutes of logging it.

I love getting dressed up! Glad you took the time to make yourself happy with your appearance.

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/10/2011 3:14PM

    I am an addicted book list checker as well and have 1224 books - mostly freebies - on Kindle. There's also a website link with over 16k free books, but I lost it. If I find it again, I'll share with you. BTW, I never owned a scale before 2.5 years ago. Haven't weighed in for about 2 months and was supposed to do it last weekend. But didn't. I am going by how my clothes fit for now. Have a good day.

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TEMPEST272002 3/10/2011 2:13PM

    Before I step on the scale I chant 3x "numbers on a scale do not define me". I don't know how people can deal with weighing themselves everyday. I'd loose it completely. Right now, I'm weighing 1x/month & I like that.

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NATPLUMMER 3/10/2011 2:05PM

    "I mean really, how often can you lose the same 2-3 lbs? Apparently ad nauseum. " Unfortunately, I'm in the same boat.
I agree that we treat ourselves better when we feel good about ourselves and that looking pretty is a big part of that.
You're going to rock a bikini.
I should check out that Kindle list.
Scale mantra for me: yay or boo. Kind of odd because I usually swear like a sailor. I'm liking shalom.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/10/2011 2:01PM

    You will totally rock your bikini woman. Visuals are very effective to keep us motivated. I just can't picture you with Bo Derek braids though, hee hee. emoticon

I'm losing and gaining the same three pounds too, ugghh.

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Make it routine & probably many ramblings

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

I think one of the biggest "secrets" to weight loss is to make it your routine. But wait, you say, just how do I do that?

First you take one little baby step.

You make it a daily goal.

You tell people about it, so you have accountability and support.

You decide on a reward for meeting that goal.

You track the goal, and you reward yourself when you meet your goal.

And you have all the tools you need to do just that right here. AND you don't beat yourself up when you fail to reach your goal, you just keep trying, and maybe breaking that goal down into smaller steps if you think that will help.

Then you decide on your next goal - but continue to track & reward yourself for the first goal, too.

I had fallen way off the clean one area of my kitchen goal - nothing was getting clean in there except the pots & dishes. So 3 days ago I decided that I would clean just the stove & tiny counter & sink next to the stove after feeding the animals in the morning.

It started with the sink, actually, cause it was digusting me, but expanded from there. I'm happy to say I have a 3 day streak going, and hopes of this becoming a routine
because now not only is it a goal, but I have a time to do it, too.

The sunrise this morning was simply gorgeous. It was like a rose unfurling it's petals against a sparky crystal necklace cause the trees are still encased in ice - they are breathtakingly beautiful, but deicing the driveway not so much.

This was supposed to be my week for light exercise, cause I have a race Saturday, but God obviously had other ideas. And we're supposed to get another inch or so of snow tonight! Seriously, will it ever end? I still have half the driveway to deice. And DH is supposed to come home very late tonight - I hope he makes it.

I have a LOT of chores to tackle today - have already made good inroads - and want to get out for a run cause I probably won't be able to tomorrow & Friday will be my rest day before the race. Plus I want to get the dogs out for a walk cause it's been a couple of days - and it looks like I may not be able to walk them due to weather the next couple of days. And then there's the rest of the driveway. No rest for the weary!

Finally, karma is a bi$&%! Looks like the neighbor who blocked my driveway & therefore the plow from plowing our side of the road couldn't get into his driveway cause of the ruts in the snow.

I, thankfully, was able to get out yesterday altho I wasn't so sure I would when I got to the end of the driveway. But I'd been working on the unplowed snow as much as I could, and apparently it was just enough.

  
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MZSLYDE01 3/10/2011 7:11AM

    Girl you never get break from that dreaded snow. We got a few inches yesterday morning - It was heck trying to get to work at 4 am - Saw 4 cars in the ditch on my way to work. It was weird because we had no snow left and then we got those few inches and it was white everywhere - Now this morning we have nothing left. I guess it's that time of year.
I love the advice on the "secret" to weight loss. It has inspired me to update and post my goals I made back in January to my spark page and go through and mark off the ones accomplished. That way I can see them everyday when I log on. Then I have to start thinking of a great reward for myself. Thank you for reminding me.....
Have a great day

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NATPLUMMER 3/9/2011 11:08AM

    Certainly no rest for you. Lots of chores.
I hope you get a run in. Good luck with the ice!
I should start with the cleaning one area of the kitchen goal as well. I'll have to remember to do it this evening. My husband very nicely wiped down the counters and stove last night. I'll just have to keep it going.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/9/2011 9:03AM

    Great advice for today and everyday, my kitchen needs a good cleaning also, just doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day, but I will do "one" counter tonight and I will be thinking of you, thanks for motivating me. Enjoy your run.

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SWEETROSIE2 3/9/2011 8:48AM

    Great blog I do really like reading your blogs there full of great advice sounds like you are full of energy, maybe you can throw some my way. Have a great day, Wednesay is nearly over for me. Hope your husband gets home safe.

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SHEILA1505 3/9/2011 8:43AM

    Yep - what goes around, comes around :D
Used your corner of the kitchen principle recently and finally joined up all the corners - time to start over!

Hugs

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FRECKS96 3/9/2011 8:36AM

    Great advice and congrats on your renewed streak! I have a couple of areas I need to refocus on as well. Thanks for the reminders!

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Give in & give over

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

First I thought I'd share with you a few photos of how our March is going.

This is basically 24 hours after our ice storm -- and the trees are still encased in ice. Temps are supposed to warm throughout the week (but this morning sure was cold), so it SHOULD be melting. Someday.





This is the tree out back near where the dogs like to go. It's so bowed down with ice that I can't really get in there to clear them a path, but that's not stopping them -- they deal with snow much better than they deal with rain.

I just worry about them being impaled by a falling limb. We've lost some pretty big branches recently.



I spent 2 hours shoveling and cleared only about half the driveway and a path to the fence out back. It wasn't much snow -- my friends to the west really got hammered -- but it was a LOT of ice. Slow going.

Our neighbor parked in front of our driveway -- I guess they didn't want to mess up their own driveway -- and that means the plow couldn't get close to us and I have to try to clear a path to our mailbox. Yesterday I was out shoveling when he delivered so I just went to him.

I was not at all happy with our neighbor. He could have parked in front of his OWN driveway, after all. Or come & shoveled where the plow couldn't get to cause HIS car was blocking it.

But maybe he did me a favor, since I didn't have to shovel the great wall of China at the end of my driveway. It's a toss up. Still not terribly pleased with him.

Which brings me to the title. It's a comment one of my buddies made on my blog recently -- I think it was HEALTHY4LIFE. It really spoke to me. It was something I needed to hear this week. As they say, when the student is ready the teacher appears.

Everytime I lose weight I always start plotting how much more I can lose in the next week, the next month, and so on. And then I start worrying about gaining, because a gain often follows a loss for me.

And then I realized -- every time my thoughts go there, I start to pray instead. I pray to give over my struggles with my weight to God. I pray to give in my fears about gaining weight to God. I thank God for helping me to develop and maintain healthy habits.

Well, you get my drift.

And no matter what the scale says this week, I will probably pray to give over my feelings about it to God.

I think it's a fake it til you make it sort of thing. The more I do this, the less hold the number will actually have on me. It may always have some sort of hold, but I can continue to work to make sure it's a reasonable hold.

Which doesn't mean it's an excuse to not do the hard work. You gotta do the hard work!

Man, after (and during) all that shoveling I was just ravenous. I carb loaded for sure yesterday. Ate within my range, but definitely ate the high end. and tracked everything I ate.

And because I was still hungry after dinner (which followed shortly after all the shoveling), I broke into my bag of cinnamon chips. I'd bought them to be a treat at some point -- and now I know why it's a bad idea to prebuy a cheat -- but carbs were still calling my name.

Actually, I was surprised that I didn't eat that many. I just kept asking myself if this was going to help me get to my goal. And somehow that helped me to eat just a few of them.

Good thing I'm not preTOM or things might have gone differently!

I don't think you have to believe in God to use this -- you just have to remember to stop and distract yourself somehow when you start having thoughts that you know aren't helping you. Craft. Move. Meditate. Or pray.


  
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HEYRED221 3/8/2011 10:21PM

    Great advice! We didn't get any snow here, but lots of wind. My sinuses are really hurting.

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KANSASROSE67 3/8/2011 5:24PM

    "Everytime I lose weight I always start plotting how much more I can lose in the next week, the next month, and so on. And then I start worrying about gaining, because a gain often follows a loss for me."

I could totally have written those words! I love your thoughts on giving those feelings over to God...thanks!



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TEMPEST272002 3/8/2011 11:18AM

    Thanks for sharing your pics. OK, I know that what causes it is rotten... but the trees are so pretty when they're iced like that!

That dratted scale. I absolutely agree that we can "fake it until we make it" when it comes to our thought patterns. Interupting/diverting those thoughts is a powerful tool for change.

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NATPLUMMER 3/8/2011 10:31AM

    Grrr...neighbor.
I like the fake til you make it. I think the number will probably always have some sort of hold but (at least in my experience) it because much less strong.
You definitely have to work hard, of course. And you did with all that shoveling.
Some days, the carbs definitely call. I am quite familiar with their voices. Cinnamon chips are so good. Great job just eating a few.

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/8/2011 8:57AM

    Cinnamon chips? Sounds interesting....

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TURTLE_MOM 3/8/2011 8:44AM

    I love fake it til you make it - sometimes it's what gets us through! But I also know how sometimes that success can get in our head, and actually mess us up! Just take it one day at a time, another cliche, I know! You can do it - you know you can!

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DAYHIKER 3/8/2011 8:30AM

    It took our thick ice two solid weeks to melt! Not much you can do with ice. emoticon I was a leader with First Place 4 Health for a couple of years until they made program changes that meant spending over $100 for a new kit to continue to volunteer my time. I suppose you could use prayer for distraction but it's so much nicer to have a personal relationship with God. emoticon

I hope that you get some strong thawing today!!! emoticon
Cindy

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DDHEART 3/8/2011 8:28AM

    Have to admit, it is beautiful out there right now....the view out our windows is about the same.....that being said....let's whine anyway! Hope you aren't too sore from yesterday's shoveling...can't help thinking about your husband missing out on so much of the fun! LOL

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SWEETROSIE2 3/8/2011 8:20AM

    What a greaat blog, loved your photo's the snow looks so pretty but I suppose if you have to live with it, it's not pretty any more. I know what you mean abour eating Iknow if I have the wrong food in the house I am not happy till it's gone. All the best to you.

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MZSLYDE01 3/8/2011 8:19AM

    Yes great blog. I think that prayer is the most powerful thing a person can do and I pray often. It helps that is for sure.
Man I understand now - Upstate NY - Yep you probably do get slammed with snow alot later in the season than we do.
YUCK - But it's all what your used to.


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FREELADY 3/8/2011 8:06AM

    Great blog! I really enjoy what you write.

I hope you will give yourself full CREDIT when you stay within your calorie range. "Toward the high end" is still moving toward your goals. If you think the range is inaccurate for you, would it be more effective to change your top number? Just wondering if then at least you could let yourself agree that you did well on a given day, and not soft-pedal your within-range achievement (especially when you're really feeling the pull of those carbs).

This summer you are going to love seeing those "ice muscles" all the time!

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