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Thinking, Feeling, Believing

Wednesday, February 16, 2011


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HDHAWK 2/18/2011 9:42PM

    Believing is the hardest part. I see those "other" people transforming their bodies, but do I really believe I can be like those "other" people and reach my goals? I'm trying hard to get there. Thank you!

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LADYBIRD82 2/18/2011 2:10PM

    This was a great blog. I love when I get something out of a blog, and with this one I really took something home. Thank you. emoticon

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WISEONE68 2/18/2011 9:24AM

    This made me wonder WHY we try so hard to hide the God-given feelings that we have.
God gave us feelings for reason...so we could feel happy and praise Him; so we could mourn and seek comfort from Him; so we could love each other and have a picture of heaven on earth.
But, in our fallen, broken world, we have turned all this around to "thinking" because WE think we know better than God.

I feel that you have brought up a great point, and I thank you that you had the heart to share it with us!!

thanks, Friend. You ROCK!! emoticon

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DOLLBABE56 2/18/2011 9:13AM

    Spot on! As I listened to this blog, I tried "believing" instead of "feeling". Different mindset got different results. You are so right - believing is empowerment.

Good blog John!

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JUST2SWEET 2/17/2011 1:44PM

    Thanks for sharing!

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ANEPANALIPTI 2/17/2011 10:30AM

    JUST. WOW.

GOSH! All your vlogs should go on DVD and all your blogs on audio tape.

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but seriously, thank you for sharing your wisdom with us, emoticon

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EMTFF376 2/17/2011 9:05AM

    I loved your last comment. It made me laugh out loud!

Thank you, as always, for sharing your life with me, John. It makes me feel like "I'm not the only one"... lots of times. It is comforting.

Big hugs,
Janette

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SILLYHP1953 2/16/2011 8:58PM

    I never in a million years thought I'd meet people like you when I joined up to lose some weight. I'm in a state of amazement every day on here. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and journey.

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MUSTANG_SALLY2 2/16/2011 7:36PM

    Wow! This really gives me something to think about. Thanks John!

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GIRANIMAL 2/16/2011 5:57PM

    Hmmmm...I'm really gonna have to chew on this one! So far, here's where I'm at: I always thought The Little Engine That Could was just a little off the mark! And how do I know? "I think I can" is a punchy battle cry I can easily get behind. But "I believe I can" --whoa. That makes me squirm with unease. And that's usually calling my attention to something for good reason.

Oh, looky that. I got to that by feeling it out, not thinking it out. emoticon

Another great one, John! Thanks as always for sharing your insight and making it a little easier for the rest of us to uncover those little nuggets of wisdom for ourselves.

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JPRICE217 2/16/2011 4:41PM

    Thank you John a eye opener as always

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GOANNA2 2/16/2011 4:03PM

    Thanks John, I needed to hear that this morning.
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MARCYNA 2/16/2011 12:48PM

    Hi John, I like your dark blue polo shirt, sorry if I start my comments aying something so silly. Second thing I want you to know, I was feeling totally disppointed with myself today i.e. seeing myself as a failure....and I guess your blog is helping me out of these self-destructive feelings.
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GETFIT2LIVE 2/16/2011 9:02AM

    Well said, John.

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From Point A to Point B

Monday, February 14, 2011

Availible on YouTube @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zAqHuj0Qjo

  
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BLESSEDWIFEMOM 2/17/2011 11:08AM

    You are wonderful!! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.

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GIRANIMAL 2/16/2011 5:42PM

    Synchronicity indeed! I know that exactly what I need is to slow down and rediscover the journey, but I find it nearly impossible to practice. Some days it's even like I've forgotten how. But when I really stop to think about it, what is my Point B? A size 6? Better fitness? Divorcing my scale and nutrition tracker? What do those even mean, really, in the grand ol' scheme of life?! Those are just goals.

They should mean I am healthier and more whole, for sure...so I can enjoy the journey. A-ha.

I sure wish I could just borrow your little voice -- it's so darn wise! emoticon

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MINENA1 2/16/2011 12:09PM

    LOVED it!! Thank you!!!

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USFBULL 2/15/2011 11:35PM

    Guess I'm not the only one reflecting today,
Good to have destinations so we can appreciate the journey. Spark friend emoticon

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CARTOONB 2/15/2011 11:17PM

    Hmmmm...enjoy the journey. I don't know if I can. I'll try...but I really like checking off my boxes.

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SILLYHP1953 2/15/2011 9:31PM

    Alright, I'm ready to slow down and smell those roses.
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GOANNA2 2/14/2011 4:15PM

    Great blog. emoticon
I hope you and Joan have a great Valentine's Day.


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RICKEYEA 2/14/2011 12:08PM

    This is an awesome post! I used to say to myself "life is a journey not a destination" and one day I stopped. This post brings me back to that quote and my past journey. When thinking about this weight loss journey I often get caught up with the end result, opposed to all of the living I should be doing throughout the process. I forgot or maybe I never realized that the process is supposed to be the best part! emoticon

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GEEMAWEST 2/14/2011 11:35AM

    This is such a perfect blog for me. I am a point A to point B kind of person, too. I often make lists of things that I need to do during the day just so I can check them off. DH on the other hand is a 'fly by the seat of his pants' kind of guy. Sometimes it can make me crazy but then on the other hand I know I make him crazy because I can be so stuck in my ways.

My goal today is to enjoy the day and just be in the moment. Grandkids are here, could be interesting. LOL

Thanks John!

Love, Cheryl

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EMTFF376 2/14/2011 9:41AM

    Funny, instead of "looking at the scrapbook", my husband and I have our pictures scrolling through our screensavers on our laptops. We will watch them together and tell each other stories of our lives prior to meeting each other.

He tells me about Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom... working for TV news and now the hospital. I tell him about hiking through Yosemite on the John Muir Trail, rock climbing at Coopers or whatever else pops onto the screen.

Then pictures of us pop up and we'll laugh or smile and not have to say a word. :)

We've only been married a little over 7 months... we still have a lot of memories to make.

I love the journey and all the facets about it.

Have a great Monday, John.
Hugs,
Janette


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ANEPANALIPTI 2/14/2011 9:25AM

    I agree about the in sync thing!!!!!!!! Sorry about the cold and dark.... :-( Doesn't exist in Greece, lol. But metaphorically I completely and totally get what you're saying.

YOURE EXACTLY RIGHT!!! OMG WOW- that IS what we remember...... the stuff on the way, gosh john, how you have affected me a million ways!

This really really struck me. I hear things a hundred times but they CLICK for me when you say them the way you say them!!!

BOOKMARKED!!!!!!!!!!
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I hope you and Joan have a WONDERFUL Valentine's day!!!

Love,

Dimitra<
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ps. what date is your birthday? Pisces?

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My February Goals

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Holy Calories Batman, it's almost mid month and I haven't set any goals yet. Well that's not entirely true. I have set them just not published them.

I finally lost some weight!!! My last loss was December 13 and I wont bore ya with the drama. It was two pounds but it might as well have been two hundred pounds. Many thanks to those of you who endured this plateau with me. I dont thank you enough.

I started losing again when I let go. Please explain, John. Okay. I stopped tracking my food because it was driving me nuts and I ended up feeling deprived at the end of the day. So I looked in the mirror and made a pact with myself not to stress but to eat healthy. I know what SHOULD go in my mouth and what SHOULDN'T!!! After a week I dropped two pounds and things felt much more aligned inside of me.

My BodyBugg came in the mail Wednesday evening and my February goals revolve around its use. Quite simply I will stay within my calorie limits. I get 2400 calories and I will reach my calorie expenditure level each day which is 3400 calories. I have a target of 10,000 steps and my goal is to meet or exceed that goal.

This device makes life very easy and keeps me accountable. You cant lie to it. It tells you how much out put exists and it reminds you to keep moving.

I began meditating twice daily, once in the morning and once right before I go to sleep. It has made a difference. Thank you CatherineL66 for letting me know about the pod cast meditations on ITunes.

Those are my February goals. Very simple.

  
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CATHERINEL66 2/21/2011 4:59PM

    John, if you're ever feeling deprived on 2400 calories, come on over to my house. I'd be happy to share my typical 1400 calorie day with you, LOL. Count your blessings for being a big guy with a big metabolism.

I'm glad you're liking the meditation oasis podcasts. There are a few other podcast series that I like as well, but these are some of the nicest ones because they seem to focus on topics that I need to focus on. The other day, I did the anger one several times in a row (ugh!) and it was really helpful. And free!!

I stopped tracking last fall and have still lost weight, but it took many months of "training" to take off those training wheels -- and I still weigh daily to see what bloats me up and to have a reality check.

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GIRANIMAL 2/16/2011 5:20PM

    emoticon on your loss but most of all on regaining your sanity by letting go of tracking - and it working for you!



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MUSTANG_SALLY2 2/15/2011 12:55PM

    I've been looking at HRM but am wondering if the BodyBug might be a better choice for me. I'm going to have to look into it!

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SILLYHP1953 2/15/2011 11:22AM

    I have to goggle bodybugg to figure out what it is, but if you like it then it must be cool. I recommitted to my calorie range today. Something just clicked, and I committed.

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JPRICE217 2/15/2011 9:01AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticongood goals

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TRIPLE_EMME 2/14/2011 10:11AM

    Keeping it simple sounds like a great plan!

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ANEPANALIPTI 2/14/2011 9:27AM

    Congratulations!!! Ooh, how exciting a body bugg!!! What do I search in iTunes for the podcast?

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GO-LOEW 2/13/2011 7:27PM

    So glad your weight is heading down again. Your experience certainly shows that you know what to eat and how much. That will be good when you get to your goal and can live your life without focusing so much on tracking, etc. Just keep a watchful eye on your weight, how your clothes fit, and make sure you eat the proper food. Exciting!

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RACINGSLUG 2/13/2011 9:38AM

    Congrats on breaking that plateau! You've demonstrated exceptional commitment to your goals and it will pay off. Good for you meditating... meditation makes all the difference in the world to me. Lately there has been a lot of research on meditation and scientists have found that it regrows brain cells and restructures the brain to insulate it against the negative effects of stress. Exercise does that too... so you can imagine how profound the two working together can impact a person's sense of well-being!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 2/12/2011 11:31PM

    I would love to have a Body Bugg. Lucky you!! Congrats on the weight loss!!

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GEEMAWEST 2/12/2011 8:13PM

    i am the same way, John. I don't lose weight until I let go. Hmmm, I guess we could possible learn something from that. Do you think? Just sayin'.
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TRACEY5280 2/12/2011 3:01PM

    Congratulations! I've been going through a plateau with you and totally get the euphoria! Catherine is on one of my chat boards and through the chatter about meditation, I have started using it when my anxiety is rising. Helps me get back to sleep. Keep it up John! emoticon

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LOUANN22 2/12/2011 2:38PM

    great job on the weight loss! Sometimes we just need to let go of tracking but consciously know that we do have to eat healthy. For the last 2 weeks I hadn't really been motivated to track didn't go above and beyond in my exercising and went over bored on my calories. When I stepped on the scale last night I had a loss of 2lbs :) I was excited Sometimes everyone just needs a break. Good luck on your goals!!

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CARTOONB 2/12/2011 1:46PM

    Great goals. Love the idea of the Body Bugg. Have thought about getting one, but haven't made the move yet. Glad yours is helping you stay accountable.

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GREENCAT1 2/12/2011 12:54PM

    Congratulations on finally leaving the plateau! Sounds like you are setting some very real goals!

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GETFIT2LIVE 2/12/2011 12:33PM

    Congratulations, John! Not only on the loss and your new gadget (love mine) but on the peace it sounds like you have found. Great goals!

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EMTFF376 2/12/2011 12:04PM

    I need to set some goals too... Thanks for the reminder.

Sounds like letting go was the right thing to do. Glad you found something that works for you.

Hugs,
Janette


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HDHAWK 2/12/2011 11:51AM

    I love my Go Wear Fit! It gives you a clear picture of what you're burning each day and makes things easier. I may check out those meditation podcasts. Congrats on the 2 lbs. lost!

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A Perfect Day

Saturday, February 12, 2011

“You have not lived a perfect day...unless you have done something for someone who will never be able to repay you.” Ruth Smeltzer

Those have always been nice words to me. Maybe more, maybe a goal to shoot for, a high ideal to live by. Sort of makes you feel a bit warm and toasty, especially on a cold February evening. I learned yesterday it. I watched someone come to the realization that they are loved and lovable despite the curse you and I call humanity. They discovered that within their weaknesses, frailties and inability to cope with life there was a wonderful and precious human being beneath all the self-doubt and they could use all those frailties to their advantage.

Sometimes the very best thing you can do for someone who is struggling or who has lost hope is to simply be a friend; to nod your head, to say “I understand.” You encourage, you pray but mostly you sit back and you wait for that one miracle moment to occur.

I saw it on their face and in their eyes. I saw the joy as it danced all around them, punctuated by a huge grin and a bit of a well-deserved swagger. Like a new born colt, legs still a bit wobbly they examined this new found inspiration inside of themselves.

I cried a bit. I cried because yesterday I had a perfect day. I have been blessed by greatness in my life. I have been loved and have loved deeply. Yet for one minute, to see my friend smile and their voice quiver just a bit in the precious realization that after so many years of being told otherwise, after being mocked and made fun of because of their size and their weight, the knowledge that they were created beautiful, precious and perfect enlightened and strengthened them.

I cried because for the first time in my life I understood what perfection REALLY was. It’s not a standard, a goal or a journey. It is a feeling of bliss, the feeling you get when you watch someone become aware of the power and love within them.

So I had my perfect day. I wish there was some sort of cosmic scrap book to store it in.

On my morning meditation walk it resounded inside of me, “Live for the sake of living. Give for the sake of giving and love for the sake of loving.”

A most perfect day

  
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SILLYHP1953 2/15/2011 11:20AM

    Bringing tears to my eyes...again.
Thank you.

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GO-LOEW 2/13/2011 7:32PM

    Glad that you had a perfect day and glad for the person whose life was changed.

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TRACEY5280 2/12/2011 2:59PM

    I have been such a person and the feeling is truly as you describe. You have such a gift of words.

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CARTOONB 2/12/2011 11:13AM

    You do have a cosmic scrapbook...you store it in your heart. And it sounds like yesterday will be there forever. I'm glad you had a perfect day and I'm sure your friend is too!

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TRIPLE_EMME 2/12/2011 10:02AM

    I'm so glad that you experienced a perfect day!

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WALKNLOVE 2/12/2011 9:27AM

    Thank God for perfect days in an imperfect world!

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BTINTERNET 2/12/2011 8:50AM

    A great way to greet the morning. Thank you John.

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NETGNAL 2/12/2011 8:19AM

    Thank you for sharing!

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Sometimes We Don't Know.....

Thursday, February 10, 2011

I never met Amanda’s dad. If the weather breaks in the Western part of the state later today I am going to attend his funeral. I helped hire Amanda for a client of mine about five years ago and while I never knew her dad I knew he was a good man. I saw it every time I was with her.

Amanda wasn’t poor but she wasn’t rich either. She lived in an area that just skirted an upscale development and as a result went to school with a lot of people who were better off materially then she was. One of her references was an attorney, whose daughter was Amanda’s best friend. He told me the thing that impressed him the most about her was her integrity. He said when the girls would all gather at his house on a Friday night and stay up until the wee hours he would always hear her getting ready to go to work at five am. She worked in a fast food restaurant. He told her a number of times she should just call in and he said she’d look at him like he was from another planet. My client says she is there early and often volunteers to stay late. Today she is thirty with a husband and child.

Ask anyone who knows her and they will tell you she’s a “good person.” That doesn’t happen automatically and it doesn’t happen by reading the latest book on how to raise a child. It happens from setting a good example. Amanda’s dad and mom did that. When I interviewed her for her job I asked her why she left nursing school. She blinked a few times and said “I have to eat, don’t I.”

I thought about all this while I was waking up this morning. Sometimes I feel like I could have been a much better dad then I was to my kids. It’s a weak spot inside of me. But my kids are very much like Amanda. They grew up to be good people who take responsibility for themselves and their actions. If I had a dime for every time someone stopped me and asked “Aren’t you……….” And then proceeded to tell me what a good person one of my children is, I’d be very rich. I don’t have any doctors, lawyers, or Nobel Prize winners around the table at Thanksgiving just a lot of good people.

Maybe you don’t have children but I can quite imagine being the amazingly wonderful person you are that you have and do influence people’s lives in a positive manner on a day to day basis. Just like Amanda’s dad, we go about our lives never really knowing the tremendous impact we have on each other.

So from the bottom of my heart, thanks for the impact you have on me. I’m better for it.

  
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SILLYHP1953 2/15/2011 11:18AM

    I have good children...and it amazes me that they are since I am their mother and I was not a good mother.

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ZURDTA- 2/12/2011 4:27AM

    Lovely and so true...

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MORTICIAADDAMS 2/11/2011 10:10PM

    It sounds like Amanda's father was a good man and he left a good legacy. It's all any of us can ask for.

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TRACEY5280 2/11/2011 1:44PM

    The impact you have is lasting. Thank you.

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JPRICE217 2/11/2011 9:35AM

    emoticonthank you for your blog

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REJ7777 2/11/2011 3:04AM

    "Just like Amanda’s dad, we go about our lives never really knowing the tremendous impact we have on each other." That's true. As they say, some things are caught, not taught.

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CARTOONB 2/10/2011 11:03PM

    Not to sound like I'm bragging, but I think my parents did an outstanding job raising all three of their children. I really hope I can do as well as they did with mine.

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HDHAWK 2/10/2011 5:48PM

    Here's a great big thank you right back at ya!

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TIME4AFITME 2/10/2011 5:04PM

    You have made a huge impact in mine and I thank you emoticon

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GIRANIMAL 2/10/2011 4:35PM

    I'm quite sure you're right about Amanda's dad. And yourself, though you're foolishly hesitating to give credit where credit is due (which is not like you!). I am not perfect or rich or famous, but I have a strong work ethic and a good heart. Sometimes I am downright mean and I have a temper that could rival anyone's, though I never intend to be. Most of the time I make a selfless effort to be kind, friendly and respectful. And I learned all of these things -- "good" and "bad" -- from my beloved mother, may she forever be in peace.

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DOLLBABE56 2/10/2011 1:23PM

    And thank you John

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LOUANN22 2/10/2011 12:58PM

    thats a great blog :) I enjoyed reading it.

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LOUANN22 2/10/2011 12:58PM

    thats a great blog :) I enjoyed reading it.

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LOUANN22 2/10/2011 12:58PM

    thats a great blog :) I enjoyed reading it.

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GETFIT2LIVE 2/10/2011 12:35PM

    I often feel the same way about the job I did with my daughter, John--I see all the things I wish that I'd done better or different. Then I look at the amazing woman, wife, and mother she has grown into and have to believe we must have done okay. I hope you can make it to the funeral for Amanda's sake.

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LUVMYK9S 2/10/2011 11:16AM

    Thanks John! I have a 9 year old son and I try to be a good example but there are times that I feel that I am not the best role model (like when I lose my temper and say things I wish I hadn't). But his teachers and other parents are always telling me what a good child he is. My only hope is that he continues to grow into a wonderful person that I know that he is.

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MARCYNA 2/10/2011 10:57AM

    It leaves me wondering, I've always complained as I have no children but I meet hundreds of teenager everyday for my job, so I can always leave an example of integrity. Thanks for sharing - and for setting a super-example emoticon

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TRIPLE_EMME 2/10/2011 10:19AM

    Another GREAT blog! Thanks for sharing.

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CMBELISLE 2/10/2011 10:13AM

    If we can ever get the details, the hubby and I will be attending the funeral of another "good person" in the coming days. My hubby has known him for the last 25 years and was devastated by the news of his death - he and his wife were shot and killed by their son-in-law two nights ago.

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EMTFF376 2/10/2011 9:25AM

    Sometimes you don't have to know the person whose left this world, but offer support to the ones that are left. I learned this the hard way on the squad. Even if I was fine with a call, I realized I was being selfish and not offering my support to my fellow crew members who may not have been fine with it. I learned CISD is not just about me talking to the shrink, but about me being there for my brothers and sisters. Good for you for offering your support.

I won't pretend to armchair quarterback about kids (since I don't have any), but seems to me if you have children you are proud of, you've done a good job and should be proud of yourself as well.

Have a great day, John.

Hugs,
Janette


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SARAWALKS 2/10/2011 9:25AM

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GOANNA2 2/10/2011 9:06AM

    Right back at you John emoticon

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MUSTANG_SALLY2 2/10/2011 9:00AM

    Right back at you John. emoticon

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