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Dealing With Stress

Saturday, October 13, 2012

I am not doing well. Stress is getting to me, and my health and fitness goals are falling to the back burner. I know exercise and eating better could help me feel better. I know this. I'm just not coping the best at the moment.

When I say "stress," what I should say is "anxiety." I don't like to talk about it much, mainly because I'd like to think that these issues are behind me, and maybe they are.

I have an anxiety disorder that goes back 10 years (or more? who knows, maybe I had it my whole life but just finally got diagnosed 10 years ago). The very thing that really freaks me out is coming up in a couple weeks, and despite feeling like I've come a long way and maybe this won't be a problem this time, here I am a basket full of nerves. Losing sleep. Eating too much. Tense head to toe. Breathing unevenly. Thinking obsessive thoughts. In other words: FREAKING OUT.

I have a few days off work, so I can make all the preparations I need to -- kind of slow life down and focus on these preparations so at least I can stop obsessing about that.

I'm trying to remind myself about the many, many ways I've improved over the last 10 years. I've done things I never thought I could, as far as facing down my anxiety issues and proving that I can overcome them. I've come so far! I want to slap myself and tell myself to get over it. But that's the funny thing about anxiety. It's not rational. I know my fears are not rational. That doesn't make it any easier to stop obsessing on them.

So that's what's going on with me. Some of you asked, and I really appreciate all the supportive comments. For all my religious Spark Friends, would you pray for me? I feel like I need God and everyone who cares about me to bolster me up with strength and peace and carry me through this event, and all will be fine.

Thank you for reading and for your prayers.

  
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IOWAGRAMMA 10/15/2012 5:32PM

    I'm so sorry to hear about your anxious and worrisome times. It can be overwhelming and almost freeze you in place if it's at it's worst. My mother is constantly anxious and worrying about something and it certainly robs her of peaceful days and enjoyment in her life (at 90). I'll keep you in my prayers and send you warm and positive ((vibes)) and gentle ((hugs)). Jeannie
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KARRENLYNN 10/13/2012 8:22PM

    I'm sorry you're having a tough time right now. I hope whatever is coming in a few weeks is better than you think it's going to be. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers send a lot of positive energy to you. I hope you're feeling better soon.

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CAPECODBABE 10/13/2012 7:12PM

    I'm sorry you are so stressed.

Of course we'll try to bolster you up with strength and peace to carry you through this hard time.

Reach out anytime. We're here for you

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SEPTEMBERSPIRIT 10/13/2012 6:48PM

    Sending along my positive thoughts and prayers your way... May you feel the peace of the angels watching over you.

If I could suggest too - if you can, seek the help of a professional if you've never done so before. I know with all I was dealing with - it felt so good to just be able to 'talk' to someone in person and say 'my side of the story' with all the stuff going on with my daughter and family issues.

I can attest that YES - exercising and eating well definitely help (and like you we know it but sometimes we let the stress get the best of us). Just keep thinking positive thoughts and if you can too - meditate... take some quiet time out.

Sounds like your workouts help you turn things off too... so keep at it!! We're here for you!!

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JUMPINJULIE 10/13/2012 5:48PM

    I will pray for you. I understand anxiety i use to have panic attacks and they went away when stressful people left but every now and then they raise their ugly heads anxitey that is. You can do this. Thank you for all the support you give me i apprecite it greatly.

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BLESSED2BEME 10/13/2012 5:44PM

    You are in my prayers. I too have an anxiety/panic disorder and am treated for it. It has been a couple of years since my last full blown panic attack. Thankfully I am on a medication that controls it well now. I hope you too see a medical professional for your condition and are treated for it so that you don't have to experience daily symptoms that are unnecessary. As you said, exercise and healthy eating contribute to less anxiety. I pray you can find a balance that lets you feel more free from this stress!

Talking it out like you have here or writing a private journal could also help! Keep reaching out to us! That is what we are here for:)

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MEADSBAY 10/13/2012 12:34PM

    I'm sorry you're going through this difficult time. My DD has anxiety issues and I know it is not easy to live with and not something you can 'slap' yourself out of.
Take care of yourself.
Do what you need to do to get through it in as healthy ways as possible.
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AUTUMNBRZ 10/13/2012 12:33PM

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RG_DFW 10/13/2012 11:59AM

    One step at a time!... you can do this

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MEXGAL1 10/13/2012 11:47AM

    thoughts and prayers!

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JSALERNO 10/13/2012 10:49AM

    I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH ANXIETY TOO AND FIRST THING I TRY TO DO IS FIGURE OUT A WAY TO ENJOY ALL SITUATIONS NO MATTER HOW UNCOMFORTABLE THEY MIGHT BE. ALSO I EXERCISE MORE WHEN I'M REALLY STRESSED OUT BECAUSE IT HELPS ME RELAX BECAUSE IT TIRES ME OUT. HOPE THIS HELPS

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JILLITA55 10/13/2012 10:04AM

    I am having alot of stress due to the work on my pool. Needs to be fixed and I have someone helping me with this. it is going to cost me alot of money. The stress is getting me big time. I can't wait to start swimming again. That should help me with my stress. Find something you like and do it everyday. Smile as much as you can.

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October Goals

Saturday, October 06, 2012

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Here we are a few days into October already! My how time flies when we don't want it to!

My October goals:

Resume moderate drinking ONLY if it fits in my daily calories. emoticon

Stick to my strength & cardio training 6 days a week. emoticon emoticon

Stay under 1400 calories every day. emoticon

Meditate every day. emoticon

Get down to 129 by end of the month. emoticon
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SHOOPETTE 10/7/2012 11:42AM

    inspiring goals

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    Great goals! I know you will reach your goals. emoticon emoticon

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JUMPINJULIE 10/6/2012 7:13PM

    sounds good to me go for it. emoticon

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MIRAGE727 10/6/2012 2:12PM

    Sounds like a great plan that you are owning up to! Fabulous!
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RG_DFW 10/6/2012 10:45AM

    Good ones

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SAFARIBABE 10/6/2012 10:44AM

    Great goals!

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MEXGAL1 10/6/2012 10:38AM

    great goals. make it a great month!

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JSALERNO 10/6/2012 9:58AM

    GREAT GOALS

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KALANTHA 10/6/2012 9:54AM

    Love those goals! Keep focused and you WILL meet them!

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AUTUMNBRZ 10/6/2012 9:45AM

    Great goals! Good luck! :)

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Only Thin People Are Good Role Models Now???

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

I know I said I was going to blog about my October goals, but this is more interesting:

www.nydailynews.com/news/national/tv
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This thing has gone viral, so you may have already seen or heard about news anchor Jennifer Livingston's response to a bully who sent her a nastygram, calling her fat and a bad role model.

Her response is so touching, heartfelt, and just plain old true -- I hope you watch it. We are more than our weight and our appearance. Don't judge. That's what it comes down to. Be nice, people. Just be nice.

  
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FLEUR_DE_LUNE 10/4/2012 8:35AM

  I heard about this discussed on a TV news program. Thanks for posting the link that allowed me to watch her response in its entirety.

Johanne

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TRYINGTOLOSE64 10/4/2012 7:29AM

    One thing about Jennifer Livingston, at least she's willing to change herself. Her attacker isn't willing to change his bad behavior.....typical of someone with bad behavior.

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MEADSBAY 10/3/2012 8:07PM

    Go, Jennifer!
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JORDANLHALL 10/3/2012 1:29PM

    I did hear about this story and it made me so, so happy! It is absolutely horrifying that people like the man who wrote that letter not only think that way, but also feel the need to vocalize it and push their beliefs on others because they deem it some universal good/truth that obesity is bad. It's just disgusting and flat out intolerance.

In the culture that we live in, it's sad the majority (or at least the popular majority) would side with the beliefs of the letter writer, even though they would condemn him calling someone out on it. It is amazing to see this wonderful anchorwoman stand up for herself and fight back, especially in the name of young girls everywhere. Even if I wasn't a woman struggling with weight issues, I would still have immense respect for her.

This is indeed a very inspiring story!

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IRONBLOSSOM 10/3/2012 1:15PM

    I liked this a lot, but I wished she had gone a little more in depth with the idea that how she looks is not necessarily an indication of her health. She appeared to basically be saying "yeah, I'm fat, but you're a mean bully, and fat-shaming doesn't help anyone." Instead of saying "yeah, I'm fat, but fat does not necessarily equate to unhealthy, I happily function well in my very busy life, and (as she did say) you don't know me or how healthy I am, regardless of how I look." She doesn't have to justify her size to anyone, but to me she really added to the idea that fat=unhealthy.

On the other hand, her statement was very heartfelt and beautiful and true, and the email was mean and rude. She handled herself with class.

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MIRAGE727 10/3/2012 12:11PM

    I'll tell ya right now. Those runway girls everyone goes nuts over? They're really sick. I have more respect for those who realize their health issues and take action. I found out that Jennifer is doing something about it! It's all about your health and where your heart is....NOT about how much of a shadow you are walking the runway! THAT's unhealthy! Thanks for sharing!
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MEXGAL1 10/3/2012 11:52AM

    Watched her being interviewed on GMA this morning and she represented herself well. I know some people get angry with the healthcare program taking care of obsess and smoking people who do not take care of themselves and they think we are all paying the price for their healthcare but this was a wrong way to approach the situation.
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CELIAMINER 10/3/2012 8:47AM

    My favorite line: "I am more than a number on the scale." Go, Jennifer!

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AUTUMNBRZ 10/3/2012 7:22AM

    Saw this last night on the news. Thanks for sharing. I watched it again!

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SAFARIBABE 10/3/2012 7:12AM

    I saw this on the news. It's really amazing how people feel entitled to make personal comments, and rude ones at that, to people they don't even know! Seriously, where were all these peoples' mamas? Didn't they teach them any basic manners?? He's entitled to think what he wants, but keep it to yourself, we don't want to hear your hate!

I think she handled it with class and style. Brava for turning this into a teaching lesson for all people!

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JSALERNO 10/3/2012 5:18AM

    GOOD FOR HER. EVEN AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL HAS HAD A PLUS SIZE WINNER.

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RUNNINGWILD 10/3/2012 1:19AM

    I had heard about this briefly. Thanks for sharing the link.
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September in the Rearview Mirror

Monday, October 01, 2012

Let's review how I did on my September goals, shall we? It's back to school time, so I'm giving myself a report card!



ALCOHOL FREE!!! I've actually been AF 37 days now, but who's counting? I would've had a light beer tonight a) if we had any in the house and b) if it fit within my calories, which it doesn't today. I was surprised by how easy it was for me to do this, once I set my mind to it. Now I need to stick with this new plan -- yes, I can have a drink as long as it doesn't put me over in calories. That's the important part.

EXERCISE... Uff da. That just fell by the wayside last month. I went from pushing to run 5 miles to scaling way back due to aches and pains. Honestly I was getting sick of putting so much into it only to have various pains. I think the break did me some good. Now I'm back to running and intend to get back into my strength training routines too.

FOOD!!! This, tied in with going AF, really meant a lot to me in September. I proved to myself that I can stick within range. And I didn't starve. I didn't deprive myself. (Hello, morning pumpkin coffee with creamer! Hello, lunch-time cookie!) I did start to realize though, maybe because of reduced running, that the weight wasn't dropping off by eating at the top of my range. I need to aim for the low to mid range.

MEDITATION... Yeah, I got the meditation pillow and the guided meditation CDs. No, I did not use them. Excuses, excuses, but truly I've been a basket of stress lately. Can't seem to find two minutes to brush my teeth (don't worry, I do manage to squeeze it in... barely!). So I just didn't make time for it. Hmmmmmmmmm, do you suppose meditation could help with my stress levels? YA THINK? Jeez...........

130... The elusive 130 has been my goal every month for, oh, maybe a year. Up a few, down a few, blah, blah, blah. This month I got down to 132 and then bounced up a few for some unknown reason. So overall I was down 4 pounds this month, which is the best I've done in a while. Now I just need to keep the momentum going, which brings us to.....

OCTOBER!!!

Eh, I'll blog about that tomorrow. This is long enough already!

  
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CGMLH01 10/2/2012 1:38PM

    How do you eat a elephant -- one bite at a time. Same goes for changing our eating habits. Take one day at a time and see the results... emoticon emoticon

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IRONBLOSSOM 10/2/2012 12:07PM

    Congrats on AF! That was one of my goals too, with 2 cheats, and I got about a D. So you rocked that one!

ST and cardio 6x/week is a LOT, I can see why you were getting sore and aches and pains. As long as it's a lifestyle you can maintain forever, keep it up! But maybe start a little slower so you can keep it going longer?

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MEXGAL1 10/2/2012 10:05AM

    I love this cleaver way of tracking your goals. So a little room for improvement. But it all is a learning curve. You can do it. Hope the next report is all A's.
Have a terrific week.
Sallie

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EDWARDSC393 10/2/2012 9:28AM

    Hi, my moods and weight affected my work-outs too. For over 6 months, my weight never changed, because it was hard and heavy. Now I was losing, at a standstill now. You,ll get back to it!

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MIRAGE727 10/2/2012 8:50AM

    This is a very interesting approach! You're being accountable & honest with yourself. Most excellent! I like it. Stay strong!
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AMANDAROX 10/2/2012 7:35AM

    I would say you definitely deserve those A's for determination! Proud of you for being AF for 37 straight days! I made it for 21 days out of the 30 in September. I too enjoyed being able to actually eat more food which is what the body needs more of than those empty calories that come with other negative consequences. So WAY TO GO!!!

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I would be shocked if I had gone over 20 days AF. I would be thrilled at just a week. You smoked this month! Such a inspiration.

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BLESSED2BEME 10/1/2012 10:57PM

    It appears to me you accomplished a lot in September! Who knows what October will bring now. emoticon

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CLRWILLIAMS25 10/1/2012 10:19PM

    Congrats on going alcohol free for 37 days and sticking within your calorie ranges! Now that you got a handle on those goals, you Staying within ranges can be hard, especially if you've had a stressful month. Sounds like you know where you need to improve for October- I'll be right there with ya!

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KALANTHA 10/1/2012 10:13PM

    Focus on the good things you did and keep pushing forward. You'll get there!

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SAFARIBABE 10/1/2012 9:56PM

    All in all I think you should be proud of what you did accomplish rather than worrying about what you didn't. There's always October to make improvements to the plan. WTG on a good September!

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MEADSBAY 10/1/2012 9:38PM

    omg-
I am so effin prod of you!
I am in awe of your resolve.
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When You Loose Weight, Your Clothes Get Lose

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Here's the Public Service Announcement I promised.

Many of you know this already, and some of you may have committed this grammatical crime by typo only. But I do believe that many people don't know the difference between loose and lose. And I'm just that nice person who is going to educate them thar folk.

Loose is an adjective. That means it's a word used to describe something. Loose clothing. Loose morals. Loose tooth.

Lose is a verb. That means it's a word that tells what is happening -- an action, generally. A sentence usually goes [subject][verb]. So, for example, "He went" or "Mary shops" or "I like cheese." In those examples, "went," "shops," and "like" are the verbs. They tell you what's happening (dude).

Now comes the quiz. Enter your answer in the comments below. Extravagant goodies to the first 10 sparkers to get it right!

Is LOOSE or LOSE correct in the following sentence?

I want to ____________ weight.

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MEADSBAY 9/28/2012 4:48PM

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It drives be BONKERS wen I sea this on there blogs!
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JSALERNO 9/27/2012 6:10AM

    I'm a 38 year old student who got an A+ in English Literature. Even though I'm an Accounting student.

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NUMD97 9/27/2012 5:31AM

    YAY!!!! There is hope! I just want to know what the heck happened to the language? Oh, and don't forget "definately" [another fingernail-crossing-a-blackboard error]. Sorry, but I wholeheartedly agree: Language is important, and it creates the first impression if written incorrectly.

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SHOOPETTE 9/27/2012 4:25AM

    I am an English teacher so I can only agree...

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ACTIVEGRANDMAP 9/26/2012 3:33PM

    I can't tell you how many people say they want to "loose" weight with sparkpeople. Thanks for the lesson. Pam

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MIRAGE727 9/26/2012 3:17PM

    I'm good! Thanks for askin'!
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IRONBLOSSOM 9/26/2012 1:21PM

    Oh yes, your, you're and their, there, they're, and witch, which, and vain, vein, vane and a lot, alot. I did see one that I can't remember right now that was funny because it was clearly just a typo, but transposing the last two letters in the word made an homonym of the correct word.

I'm a language nerd too! :-)

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EDWARDSC393 9/26/2012 1:07PM

    Lose! Thx for your comment on my blog! Have a nice day! Cherie

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BLESSED2BEME 9/26/2012 11:18AM

    I have the same problem SAFARIBABE - loose pants but I don't lose the weight!

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CLRWILLIAMS25 9/26/2012 10:04AM

    I saw your blog title and thought "No, you're explaining it all wrong!"

I get so annoyed by this mistake that I can't comment on message board posts with this misspelling in the tag lines. Thank you for writing this- I hope you get to be a favorite post so everyone can see this!

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MEXGAL1 9/26/2012 10:00AM

    I love people like you who know the language. I struggle. A teacher once told me that I was so creative that I made up my own words and language. My father was the same. Very creative. The teaher
said that side of my brain was over developed and therefore the side that handled language was underdeveloped...that's my story and I am sticking to it ; )
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SKINICOOK 9/26/2012 9:56AM

    Did anyone loose any weight this week?!

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SEXBOBOMB 9/26/2012 9:34AM

    Thank you so much for this -- I completely cringe when people use the wrong spelling (and the Grammar Goon inside me gets all judge-y*, which is not nice)!

Now, if we could just get to work on reminding people about the proper way to use an "apostrophe-S"!
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FLEUR_DE_LUNE 9/26/2012 9:00AM

  I admit I had to look that up a number of months ago, I wasn't sure if "lose" was the correct spelling. I think a lot of people on SP who use words incorrectly are not writing in their mother tongue. I also notice that when I write quickly, I write phonetically (lol... I had written 'right' instead of 'write', you see?) and make a lot of mistakes of that nature.

LAURANCE, I'm afraid I thought 'begs the question' did mean 'raises the question' and I don't understand your explanation that: " 'Begging the question' is a logical fallacy in which the premise assumes the conclusion."

Sorry for unwittingly grating on your nerves!
Johanne


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KALIGIRL 9/26/2012 8:34AM

    Here's to losing to get loose!

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SDLEE514 9/26/2012 8:24AM

    ha this is great! Thanks for the schooling...and I know it's for effect (haha yet another one affect/effect) but your title is making me cringe!

And while we're at it, being grammar nerds, I also have pet peeves about mispronunciation. Such as saying "especially" with "eKspecially" people add a hard sound and I don't know where that came from, there is no "C" or "K" there. Also when people say "ideaR." There is no "R" attached to the end of the word "idea."

Sorry for the rant, you started it!

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JODROX 9/26/2012 7:52AM

    I'm so proud of you all... well done :) Yes, it's probably a losing battle, LAURANCE, but we have to try. I see assure/ensure confusion all the time too. Can we change the world with our little blogs? Who knows... It does beg the question tho :)

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CELIAMINER 9/26/2012 7:48AM

    Ha, ha, love Beechnut's response! My pet peeve is mixing up "your" and "you're." My highly educated colleague in the next cubicle frequently uses "your" when he means "you're," and the error takes away from the message.

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SAFARIBABE 9/26/2012 7:19AM

    LOL...Lose! My problem is my pants get loose but the scale doesn't move!! Go figure. LOL

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LAURANCE 9/26/2012 7:06AM

  Back again with another comment. Not only do I get skeeved at the lose-loose mis-spellings, I also tend to cringe when I see the apostrophe-s used as a plural. It's the possessive case! It's not a plural!

Something else I'm seeing a lot these days is "begs the question" being misused.

"Beg the question" does NOT mean "raise the question". But I'm seeing this misuse more and more, including variations such as, "The question begs". I grit my teeth when I see this kind of thing.

"Begging the question" is a logical fallacy in which the premise assumes the conclusion.

But I'd better just lighten up. I'm outnumbered by people who say "beg the question" when they mean "raise the question" or "ask the question".

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AUTUMNBRZ 9/26/2012 7:05AM

    LOSE! :) and I LOVE this blog :)

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PIPPIDY 9/26/2012 5:32AM

    YAY! I'm a grammar nerd too! It's I want to LOSE weight! Hopefully after that, my ball gown for November isn't too LOOSE! Love you for writing this. Little grammar mistakes like that make me twitch. emoticon

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JSALERNO 9/26/2012 5:17AM

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GRANDEFILLE 9/26/2012 5:13AM

    thank you..... If I'm getting this right lose is what should be in that sentence...

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BEECHNUT13 9/25/2012 10:37PM

    I could be thanking God for helping me loose weight. It could be worst. Ha! See what I did their? lol Your gonna love me.

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JUMPINJULIE 9/25/2012 10:02PM

    Lose is correct.

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LAURANCE 9/25/2012 9:56PM

  HOORAY! That's me shouting in all caps! Finally someone else who gets squicked by people who can't tell the difference between lose and loose! I thought I was the only fussy one!

Of courrse you lose weight! And your jeans get loose, as mine did!

Thanks for this! I'm glad to see I'm not alone! (Notice all the !!!) (And I'll be delighted at any goodies that come my way...)

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