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I Can Recover From an Oops Day

Monday, April 26, 2010

Yesterday was an Oops Day. I ate too much, I skipped the gym and then rewarded myself with a Dove bar. Bad, bad, bad! Today I weighed my food, ate small portions, hiked 5K and recorded it all and tada! I have a calorie differential of -1,906. I think the last couple of days represents future maintenance and how to stick to a diet. We can all have an Oops Day, but it's what you do the day after that counts.

My Star Fish Team 5% Challenge weigh in this week was so inspiring. JNICHOLE23 lost 3.09% in one week. I lost 2.68% this whole challenge, however it is 6 pounds. But I want to get to the 5% so I am pushing hard. Maybe this will be the week I lose 3.09%

Have a great week!

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KATHYZ10 4/27/2010 7:54PM

    Lead by example! What a great blog! Hooray for your recovery\!

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SUCCESSFUL-GALE 4/27/2010 7:44PM

    Great job on recovering! Good for you!

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    Great recovery!!

You are doing great with the challenge!!! I need to follow your lead!

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ANNIE7205 4/27/2010 12:27PM

    I actually purposely give myself an "oops" day once in awhile. Like on a weekend, if hubby and I are spending the day together, it can easily start with yummy pastries from the bakery, a quick bite somewhere for lunch, and a leisurely dinner with a bottle of wine. Notice I described all of those in positive terms, not "fattening pastries" "evil fast food" or "over-sized, calorie laden restuarant dinner". I refuse to let my weight or quest for weightloss keep me from enjoying a "date day" with my husband. Yes, we do have fun without food, but on the days when we're both in the mood, I'm not going to obsess over calories and fat as I'm sitting on a patio at the custard stand sharing a sundae with my sweetheart. (I don't usually finish my whole dinner when we go out anyway - but I always get the last bite of an ice cream sundae!)

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JAVALOVERTOO 4/27/2010 11:06AM

    What a great attitude!!!! So many times we beat ourselves up, I am so glad that I've finally stopped that vicious cycle and SO glad you have too!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LIS193 4/27/2010 10:31AM

    Having the occasional "oops-day" helps us to re-focus and strengthen our efforts.
You have the right attitude. Congrats on losing the 6 pounds!

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FLUENTFROG 4/27/2010 8:52AM

    Looove your attitude. Of course you can--you already are. What a lovely sounding 'correction' day, too!

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PJCHILIS 4/27/2010 8:40AM

    I'm sure, you'd be agreement, that this is one inspiring lady!! She has given me so much strength and dignity to handle anything. She is my hero!! I really think the Dove bar was, okay!!--PJ

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LIFE_IS_SO_GOOD 4/27/2010 7:48AM

    Those oops days are just another day in a life. I hope we all have them because let's face it, Dove bars are good, some days the gym doesn't work out ... but then we hop right back on board like you did ... and poof ... no damage done.

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MRSGOFARR 4/27/2010 7:36AM

    Of course you can and are! heck - you have been moving and groving for so long now having one dove bard or eating a bit more one day is not going to make or break you. you are living life - being healthy and indulging a bit because you are human.

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KATIEGLEN012 4/27/2010 6:50AM

    This blog is life. Some days are better than others! You handled your oops brilliantly! Ways to go! emoticon

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SHEILA1505 4/27/2010 6:15AM

    Way to go!

Exactly what I'm going to do now that I've made it back to my own kitchen, bed and shower :)) And also back in touch with my SP friends and their support!

I was away from 15-25 April - hmmm that's 10/11 days to get myself back and don't dare touch that scale! With some own-home-cooking, some scheduled gym-time and none of the stress of not knowing where I'll be 24hours later, I reckon everything should sort itself out.

Glad that you have turned the corner Lynn - no more beating yourself up - it's going to be OK :))

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ALLIEINSHAPE 4/26/2010 11:38PM

    Did great on your day after OOPS day! Good luck with your team challenge and a 6 pound loss is fantastic. I am not doing so great on my Cats team but a pound loss is better than gaining. Signed up for the next one where I will do better.

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ZOILAT 4/26/2010 11:25PM

    That's excellent! My feeling is that this approach is the key -- one I haven't mastered yet. It's so much harder than it sounds -- to wake up the morning after an off day, with your eyes forward. Most of us catastrophize it, feel like we've blown everything, or use it as an excuse to go off for another day... until entropy kicks in again, and we end up at square one.

Thanks for setting an awesome example!

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TERRIEJO53 4/26/2010 11:24PM

    We all have those oops days from time to time. The important thing is that you got right back on track today instead of wallowing in self pity for having "failed" yesterday ... GOOD FOR YOU!

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ANDI_3K 4/26/2010 11:22PM

    of course you can!

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LISA170 4/26/2010 11:13PM

    Great way to look at it and so true! I, too, had an oops day yesterday and I didn't exercise at all this weekend (the first in a long time). But I focused today and I am back on track. I like the way you liken it to maintenance. My normal weight friends have a celebration day every once in a while and maintain their weight. Unfortunately, I lived like every day was a celebration for a long time.

Good luck in your weigh in this week!


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NPA4LOSS 4/26/2010 11:09PM

    Great attitude! Don't let an Oops day derail you just pick yourself up and keep on chugging along! emoticon

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HONORINGGOD 4/26/2010 11:02PM

    1 step back ,two forward

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Perfect 20/20 Hindsight

Sunday, April 25, 2010

I commented on LOVESCAMPING's Blog. I was not a frequent blogger, but I am making the time to do it now. I want a clear trail of what I am doing so when everything clicks, I know how to keep going.

I focus on staying positive. I maintain a list of 3 Things to Look Forward To, which I set up as a daily reminder in Spark Planner and get a daily email. Current - Going to Drayton Valley with hubby and friends in May, going to the ABBA tribute concert in May, hubby and I buying new leather jackets when I hit 199 pounds June 30th.

On my teams I made a topic - 3 Things to Be Happy About Today. It makes me think about the positives in my life and see what others are happy about. It fuels my happiness.

We went to a play last night. At the theatre, I realized when May 1st rolls around, it will be a countdown till this time next year when we move to Vancouver. I was sentimental knowing many things we like to do here, we will be doing for the last time. Like the short drive to the theatre, which has the best acoustics in Canada (as per Leona Boyd), parking right in front, walking in and seeing friends and acquaintances mulling about. But... still better to leave and get on with the next chapter in our future home!

Today was an off day. I didnít sleep well last night, so I skipped the hike, but did some cleaning, got a few groceries, cooked the meals, played canasta and watched Celebrity Apprentice. I logged my food and was over in my calories.

Looking at the food, I was indulgent. Breakfast was toast and omlette with veggies (ham and cheese added 160 calories). Lunch was lentil soup (2.5 oz of extra lean hamburger added 166 calories) and turkey sandwiches. Dinner was salmon, brown rice (1/2 cup too much 113 calories) veggies, salad and Dove bar (340 calories! YES!). Easy to see where the extra calories snuck in!

Without these foods I would have been in the low to middle of my calorie range where I usually stay. But when I am tired the extras slip in. So with perfect 20/20 hindsight - I will not add cheese to future omlettes. I will cut back on the ham. No more hamburger in the house. A single serving of brown rice will suffice and it will be years again, till I have a Dove bar!

As of today I am off regular whole wheat bread and switching to sprouted whole wheat bread which saves 20 calories a slice. Also I must remember to use low calorie cream cheese on sandwiches, not margarine.

I am spending less time Sparking and have it as a reward/rest when I have completed other things such as exercise and work. This week I start planning next years move and the sale of our house.

I want to be efficient with the move and be happy when I unpack on the other end. I want only the things we love and need. As I go through our things I will think about :

1) GREBJACK's suggestion - The river is rising, a flood is coming and you have one hour to gather your most cherished belongings and fill your car and your husband's truck. What would you take?

2) A catastrophic event occurs and all your things are gone. Would you replace that item with the insurance money?

Have a good week everyone. Enjoy the outdoors and be happy!

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ALLIEINSHAPE 4/27/2010 12:28AM

    Very meaningful blog! Too bad about the Dove bar though, sigh..

Finding things to look forward to and things to be happy about are so important to all of us to help us thru the routines and stresses of everyday. Good to start planning early for your move so you can sort thru and get rid of stuff this next year, and no panicing and just throwing things in boxes the last minute you did not intend to take. Looking around here at all my stuff, isn't it interesting that most of it is just that - stuff. Possessions I would grab in an emergency besides my purse - my eyeglasses, my favorite pair of earrings, and my 2 kitties. Maybe some of my own paintings and other orig art I have that I could not replace, maybe some family pictures. Everything else is either memories (treasured books and knickknacks), or replaceable (clothes, furniture). Certainly something to think about as we sort and declutter.

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VEMAN1 4/26/2010 2:24PM

    Good blog with clear focus and intent. Make the most of the calories you have. Instead of cheese try other things like roasted peppers, sweated onions, or warmed salsa. Lots of flavor too.

On the dove bar issue here is a potential fix. Denying yourself your favorite things is a diet mentality (BAD, move to the back of the line). Try cutting a dove bar into thirds, weigh or measure appropriately, eat one-third, freeze or throw the other two-thirds out. It is not waste if you prevent waist! This journey is a lifestyle. Keep those things you love in your sight or they will bonk you on the head when you least expect it.

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PJCHILIS 4/26/2010 2:21PM

    That's a good way to decide on choices.--PJ

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MORTICIAADDAMS 4/26/2010 10:39AM

    One of your best blogs. There was so much to chew on and think about here. So much to help others in lots of aspects of their life.

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MELTEAGUE 4/26/2010 8:52AM

    Have you ever tried HUMMUS on sandwhiches instead of Mayo , it is delicious !! and nutritious too!

You are moving to VANCOUVER!! o how nice! I love the ocean and mountains!

have a great week ahead,
remember ONE STEP AT A TIME! we are all learning and you are doing GREAT!!!

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PERSISTANT123 4/26/2010 7:49AM

    My husband and I want to travel, so we are looking at things and asking two questions.
1. Will it fit in a Motor Home?
2. Is it really worth paying to store for 10 years?

I'm amazed at how much we have already gotten rid of!

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MRSGOFARR 4/26/2010 5:09AM

    "Whatever is flexible and flowing will tend to grow; whatever is rigid and blocked will wither and die."

I loved your accountability around your food. to enter it in and know that you went under and to try to understand why is outstanding. its these real emotions and actions that we need to put together. i also liked the reflection questions at the end...mmmm. my husband works in insurance!

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SUGARBABY60 4/26/2010 2:54AM

    I liked the moving mentality. We too will doing this in 2 yrs and must really lighten the load !) I have an E reader which is the size of one paperback book and it holds 1,000 books so the will save tons of wt and space !good ideas.

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LINDA! 4/26/2010 12:01AM

    I like the idea of making the topic of three things to be happy about each day. Great idea and great attitude.

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Calculating Dinner and Theatre

Saturday, April 24, 2010

It's been almost 4 months since I stopped eating after dinner (my New Years resolution). I eat high fiber dinners to fill me up so I won't nibble after dinner. I make a point of going to bed by 10 PM so I won't feel hungry. If I stay up late or wake up I won't reward myself with food.

We are going out to dinner and then to a live theatre performance. I`ve entered my food and exercise for the day and have -1,600 calorie differential. I check the restaurants` Nutritional Info and will order a green salad and chicken taco or oven roast chicken, totalling 617 -640 calories.

We really wanted to go to Lady Gaga and were crushed when it sold out. A week later another show was announced and we swooped in and bought tickets. Our kids just let hubby know they are giving him a pair of Lady Gaga tickets for his Fatherís Day gift. Wow what a surprise! Tickets for the first night of the show! Wow were they surprised when they heard we have tickets for the second night of the show! We had a good laugh. They are going to sell the tickets and see if they can get us Black Eyed Peas tickets. I have already booked the campground site for 10 days so we can go to the concerts and Fringe Theatre Festival.

Today I said to hubby we had two choices, up hill or down hill. Up hill is the hard way, but down hill gets us to a place we donít want to be. I tell him all the time how happy I am that we are gym buddies and I tell Kali how happy I am that she is a little athlete.

This the last week of the Spring 5% Challenge. I won`t hit the 5% but I have lost 6 pounds since it started. I have also met some very supportive fun loving new friends. I am already looking forward to the next one.

Have some fun this weekend!

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JAVALOVERTOO 4/25/2010 12:17PM

    I love planning what I'm going to eat before I get to the restaurant, makes me feel in control! Good for you.

That is so funny about the tickets! Reminds me of a Christmas where no communicated and I got 2 camcorders and my MIL got two yard blowers! We talk now, takes some of the fun out of it, but it's safer that way, lol!

Have fun at the concerts!!!

I'm so glad we met. Starfish emoticon Rock emoticon!!!

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JASONGRIZ 4/25/2010 12:12PM

    Enjoy the concert and great job on being consistent with your healthy lifestyle. You are reaping the benefits!

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QUERIAN 4/25/2010 11:31AM

    I got a good laugh reading your blog today! Have fun at the concert(s)!

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LITTLEBROWNNUT 4/24/2010 10:04PM

    Have a great time at the concert or concerts! Good on you for planning your dinner out ahead of time. Congratulations on your "wins" on the journey to a better lifestyle.

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    I love Lady Gaga, too! Too bad we couldn't all attend, with those extra tickets! Enjoy the show AND meal - great planning!

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CAMELA_55 4/24/2010 9:54PM

    Have fun at the concert!
I really like what you said - "Up hill is the hard way, but down hill gets us to a place we donít want to be."


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    I love Lady Gaga and I can guarantee this will be a great show!! I can't wait to hear about it!!

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FITN2014-TSP 4/24/2010 9:33PM

    Sounds like you have some really good habits. Keep in up and congratulations on the weight loss.

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CMRAND54 4/24/2010 9:20PM

    Congratulations on breaking the evening eating habit. The tickets will be a good reward for you.

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PERSISTANT123 4/24/2010 9:17PM

    I'm just glad that you got off that plateau and are going down again!

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PJCHILIS 4/24/2010 8:55PM

    Keep doing what you're doing, it's keeping you young.--PJ

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Off the Plateau!

Friday, April 23, 2010

I was doing the happy dance this morning. The scale finally moved! Only one pound, but I am so happy with that!

My energy level is good. Hiked 5K at a brisk no nonsense pace with Kali on her leash. We didnít enounter people or dogs on the trail. This was strictly for exercise today.

The scale finally moved! I am down a pound. The calorie differential report is becoming a real motivator. I have to record all my food and exercise so I can run the report. When I see -1,500 I am so motivated to get out and exercise again the next day. I burned more calories when I went at a brisk pace cleaning Ė vacuuming, mopping floors , changing over to summer bedding, etc.

I repeated yesterdays breakfast - boiled egg, toast and margarine for 248 calories. It is satisfying and filling. I added ketchup to get the recommended licopenes.

My energy is returning and I am careful to take my asthma medication as recommended. Also, I am using my puffer 20 minutes before I exercise. What a difference in my energy and endurance!

5K Hiking Times (same trail each time)

Apr 23 5K 54 min.
Apr 22 5K 71 min.
Apr 20 5K 74 min.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone. Kali and I will be hiking tomorrow!

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CMRAND54 4/24/2010 9:10PM

    Good for you! One pound is great.

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JUNEAU2010 4/24/2010 1:18PM

    Woohoo! Thanks for sharing the good news! It encourages me to think positively that my plateau will end some day! Congrats to you and Kali, your fitness buddy!
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PJCHILIS 4/24/2010 1:08PM

    Great, one pound is the entry to the next one.--PJ

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JAVALOVERTOO 4/24/2010 12:54PM

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    It's AMAZING what a shift in that darned scale number can do!! Keep it moving - slow and steady but MOVING!!

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KATIEGLEN012 4/24/2010 3:52AM

    You are doing a great job and I am so delighted that your energy is returning...I could tell that it was really bumming you out. They say that this allergy season has been one of the worst in a while here in NY. Spring does affect how we breathe.

A pound down is motivating...heck I can be thrilled by ounces!!! emoticon

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KA_JUN 4/23/2010 11:36PM

    Well done! Love it when after some time sitting there, you finally start moving the right way, again.

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PERSISTANT123 4/23/2010 11:24PM

    Sounds like we will both be hiking tomorrow. Hope you and Kali have a marvelous time!

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LITTLEBROWNNUT 4/23/2010 11:06PM

    Wow! Your trail times are improving dramatically and very quickly...good workout! Seeing the scale move in the right direction is real motivation. Enjoy your weekend hike! emoticon

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SUCCESSFUL-GALE 4/23/2010 10:44PM

    Woohoo!! Good for you!! I've been on a plateau since Sept., and finally lost 5 pounds, but it went back up today. But I'm hopeful...because I know I've seen it!! It's there..within my grasp! We can do it!!! Thank you for your comments on my page and blogs!

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CASUSK 4/23/2010 10:37PM

    Way to go on your progress. Your times are improving so much. I know it was great to see that scale move again. Have a great weekend.

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LIS193 4/23/2010 9:20PM

You're doing great. Love a boiled egg for breakfast :)

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ANGELAT125 4/23/2010 9:09PM

    Congrats! It feels so good when that scale finally moves! We all know if we keep moving the scale will too!

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    You are doing great!! Congratulations on the pound lost!!!!!

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BRITTVFAN 4/23/2010 8:54PM

    Congrats keep up the good work.

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Hit a Milestone and Kept Going!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Last night I had 8 hours sleep (took a sleeping pill) and woke well rested. My energy level is good today. I am trying out new breakfast ideas, so this morning was a boiled egg and whole wheat toast. I like to eat the same thing for each breakfast, so finding the next one is a big decision.

Kali and I hiked 5K, and walked with a labradoodle and her owner. The dog is 35 pounds, white in color, very proportionate not an overly long back. She obviously loves water. She waded into puddles 8" deep, smiling and wagging her tail. It was fun to watch but I was glad Kali steered clear of the puddles LOL.

The pace of our walk was a social stroll but still a faster pace than the Tuesday hike. Along the way I saw 2 teenage girls sitting together on a park bench texting. Later I saw them walking along the trailing TEXTING! I heard about teen texting addiction, but to see them walking along, oblivious to the sights along the trail and each other, was sad. It seems to have taken the place of spending quality time with another person. I like to talk with my friends, not get together to text other people.

Today I realized some of my goals are accomplished and unnoticed. I read one of my lists of goals and the item - to fit back in my jeans. It was set in January when I couldnít fit into my jeans. Sometime this month I started wearing the jeans again, happy I am sure but not realizing I hit a mini-milestone. Maybe I have too many goals and should focus on just a few of a time? Or may I accomplished the goal because I did set it, and knew I would fit back in the jeans?

I did some spring cleaning at a break neck pace this afternoon. I am taking a break before I fold another load of laundry and start dinner.

I am focused on oneunderland for June 30th!

Apr 22 5K 71 min.
Apr 20 5K 74 min.

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~PAMELA~ 4/23/2010 2:19PM

    Congrats on such great accomplishments!!! Your doing awesome : ) emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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FLUENTFROG 4/23/2010 8:51AM

    My Phil dog, a lab-chow mix would be jealous of the walks you describe! I'm as baffled about the texting as you. CONGRATS on the jeans!

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QUERIAN 4/23/2010 8:50AM

    Ooooh! Congrats on fitting into those jeans again! Do a happy dance when you wear them!

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VTCRICKET84 4/23/2010 8:29AM

    mollie likes to avoid puddles...which i'm totally fine with :)

congrats on fitting into your jeans! that is awesome! i bet the trails are beautiful!

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KATIEGLEN012 4/23/2010 6:58AM

    I love your focus! And that you accomplished a goal and hardly noticed. Isn't that where we are all trying to get? Isn't that what changing a lifestyle is?

I, too, am saddened by the texting issue. In one of the first experimental virtual communities people shared a dormitory room, but had cable channels of all the other residents...so they could either talk to them or WATCH others...in the same room...on cable. They eventually stopped talking to everyone and just watched each others' activities. It eventually affected their mental health.

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MRSGOFARR 4/23/2010 4:20AM

    LOL for having too much goals. I remember your blogs from earlier and you did have quite a few in there but you are hitting them and thats what counts. i think its a good idea to print out your goals list after you blog them so you can check them off. i love lists!!!

and the june 30th goal sounds awsome. what will be your reward?

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SUCCESSFUL-GALE 4/23/2010 12:38AM

    Awesome! It's great to be so focused on living your life that good healthy and surpassing your goals just come naturally! Good for you!!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 4/22/2010 11:12PM

    Your dog walks sound great. I wish I cold have one. My dog like mud puddles too.

I agree about the texting. It is a terrible problem here. People are wasting their lives. I see people eating out who are both on the phone.

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LITTLEBROWNNUT 4/22/2010 10:44PM

    All the accomplishments along the way are the sum of a successful journey...even fitting into our jeans again. You're doing great!

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JAVALOVERTOO 4/22/2010 10:25PM

    emoticon How fun to have company on your walk. I love it that Java avoids puddles too, unlike a lot of other dogs! LOL!

Keep up the good work!!!

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ANNIE7205 4/22/2010 10:22PM

    Awesome accomplishments! I know Kali is very proud of you. :) Found a 5k next month that Hunter can do with me, I think he's excited, but he's pretty much always excited so it's hard to tell.

Keep it up! You're doing great!!!!!!!!!!

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JUNEAU2010 4/22/2010 9:22PM

Thanks for sharing the milestone! It gives me hope for mine!

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CMRAND54 4/22/2010 9:17PM

    Good for you. Small successes are important. You must have a great time walking your dog. And the dog must love it, too.
I know people who text each other while sitting next to each other on the couch. I guess it's fun. So the two girls you saw may have been texting each other, believe it or not. Maybe they were texting about the fun walk and the nature they saw.


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PJCHILIS 4/22/2010 8:42PM

    Your spirit keeps us going--PJ

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BRITTVFAN 4/22/2010 7:56PM

    Keep up the good work.

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FOWLSPACE 4/22/2010 7:54PM

    Way to take notice of the small accomplishments... even if late! Every little bit counts and helps keep us motivated. Sounds like you're doing well, so keep up the great work!

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