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IT'S ON!!

Friday, October 08, 2010

Well this week I've done great with my food intake! I've been very proud of myself and was really looking forward to stepping on the scale and seeing a loss yesterday...but I didn't. emoticon

Mr. Scale has sometimes let me down but usually I don't let him. This time I did. I mean c'mon, I controlled myself so well when that pizza was unexpectadly delivered by that evil, evil pizza man! What gives?! emoticon emoticon

So after some emoticon emoticon and emoticon I'm thinking WHAT have I done?! emoticon

Do you ever get like this? You don't see the improvement that you were expecting and say to H. E. double hockey sticks with it!! emoticon

I thought, what's the point? Why choose to eat healthy, exercise, and live mindfully when I don't see the results on the scale?! emoticon

Then I said, HEY...SNAP OUT OF IT! You haven't gotten this far to just give up NOW!! No way Jose! emoticon

I'm going to show that scale who Leslie really is! No more pouting. No more selfishness. NO MORE EXCUSES! It's ON! emoticon

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JUSTDUCKY1405 10/19/2010 9:31PM

    Right on! Way to stomp the negativity! YOU GO GIRL!

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SISNEROSMD 10/13/2010 5:09PM

    It is a life long battle! We all stumble! No worries...you are awesome! emoticon

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LOOZINITNOW 10/9/2010 11:53AM

    emoticon emoticon Go Leslie!!!!!

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SHERRY257 10/8/2010 11:28PM

    Awesome! Give that scale a kick for me. I am glad you have such strength! emoticon

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/8/2010 8:39PM

    Leslie, I've been stuck on 169 for a month or so. But I KNOW my clothes are fitting better, and looser, even! Don't believe that stupid machine sometimes! emoticonYou Rock! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/8/2010 8:39PM

    Leslie, I've been stuck on 169 for a month or so. But I KNOW my clothes are fitting better, and looser, even! Don't believe that stupid machine sometimes! emoticonYou Rock! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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IUHRYTR 10/8/2010 8:05PM

    Sometimes when my scale does not show a loss my clothes still feel looser. Stay with it and you'll see progress. -- Lou

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EPHSTOP43 10/8/2010 8:01PM

    It's hard not to turn to food when you don't see that scale move... but way to turn it around... kick it in the butt and show it who's the boss!!!

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SALINA78 10/8/2010 6:25PM

    WOOHOO!

Yes, I do sabotage myself sometimes when I don't see what I want on the scale...but as long as we can shake it off and go for it again...then we are successful!

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MONKEYSNUFFER 10/8/2010 6:01PM

    I was there just yesterday. I watched so well last week and exercised and all, and I GAINED 2 (!) pounds.

Well, I did what you did yesterday with the emoticon. My calorie range is 18500 or so and yesterday I blew through 2500!

Today, I am still a little depressed by it but I am exercising and staying in my ranges....oh yeah and emoticon lol

We can do this, especially you, you are almost THERE!

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HONEYBUNCH24 10/8/2010 4:46PM

    emoticon SHOW THAT SCALE WHOSE BOSS!!!! You have the right attitude...
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REDRUNNERMOM713 10/8/2010 4:19PM

    You go girl!!! For the record....I have had those SAME thoughts more then I want to admit! Rock it girl and show that scale who's boss!!! emoticon

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JHADZHIA 10/8/2010 4:17PM

    Do you take measurements as well? If you have regular strength training, you could be toning and putting on muscle weight.. Have you noticed any difference on how your clothes fit? That would be a clue..
If you get 80% of your lifestyle choices right, you will see results, but they may be pokey because not everyone loses at the same rate. In fact, the closer you are to goal and the thinner you are, the harder it is to lose..

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PCOH051610 10/8/2010 4:10PM

    Good for you to realize that the number on the scale is not everything! I really like your attitude! emoticon

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NEWANNC 10/8/2010 3:05PM

    I put on 1.5lbs a couple of weeks ago despite doing everything right. I was gutted, but last week lost 3lbs, seems like it was just ,y body getting used to the exercise. This week I've put on about .5lbs, but I'm bloated and TOTM so not too unhappy, unless it's the same next week!

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Inspired Beyond Words

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Inspired beyond words...

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
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BROWNIEISLANDER 10/7/2010 10:30PM

    Very heartfelt!!! emoticon

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JHADZHIA 10/6/2010 11:39PM

    Thanks for finding that amazing blog, brought tears to my eyes.

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ARTHURTOM 10/6/2010 9:03PM

    Thank you everyone for all of the beautiful comments. Today was a day that could have gone in any direction, but the good feeling that I have, I wasn't going to let it go anywhere but to the highest level.

I had a healthy day today...ate healthy and worked out this morning doing a circuit strength training session. I worked and now I"m home relaxing and I have a smile on my face because of all of my wonderful spark friends.

Thank you to all of you again!

Tim

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BTRTHANEVA 10/6/2010 7:12PM

    Wow. Talk about fulfilling a dying woman's last requests. How very touching and inspiring his story was.

When my husband has major heart complications last year and I didn't think he was going to make it, all I could think about is how could I ever live without him. Then is sister passed away, a woman I idolized. With all I've learned from Paul and his mom after Donna's passing, I now understand that I will survive. I will live a happy and fulfilling life because of the love these wonderful people have brought into my life, in their honor. Because that is what they want me to do. Amen to that...

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/6/2010 4:25PM

    Thank you, Leslie, for that wonderful blog link! What a touching, beautiful story of love and devotion, of the healing balm of life shared. I loved it! emoticon emoticon

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SHERRY257 10/6/2010 4:21PM

    Awesome!!!! emoticon

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LIBBYFITZ 10/6/2010 4:07PM

    emoticonfor that link, spent ages looking at his photos! What a great person! emoticon

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GESHANNON 10/6/2010 3:55PM

    me too! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LOOZINITNOW 10/6/2010 3:31PM

    WOW!!! Thanks for sharing!

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It's OK to talk about DEATH! Really, IT IS!

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

"Several years ago we conducted a survey that asked: "What is the best way to act around someone who has just experienced the death of a loved one?" From the multiple choice answers, 98 percent of the respondents chose: "Act as if nothing had happened."

We also surveyed those who had experienced the death of a loved in the past five years. We asked them: "In the weeks and months immediately following the death of your loved one, what did you most want and need to do?" Ninety-four percent responded: "Talk about what happened and my relationship with the person who died.""

~© 2002-2006 Russell P. Friedman, John W. James and The Grief Recovery Institute

Have you avoided someone who experienced a loss because you didn't know what to say? Maybe you thought it felt awkard to be around them so you acted as if nothing happened. Or maybe you thought that by giving them time and space it would give them a chance to "get over it." Wrong! The most important thing you can do is to listen and to talk about it. Avoiding the subject just makes the griever feel more alone, isolated, and like no one understands.

Making the world more aware...one blog at a time.
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JUSTDUCKY1405 10/19/2010 9:23PM

    You go girl! And really... that perspective could pretty much be applied to every situation in life! All we want is to know people care, and to truly be heard! Of course, among many other things too! GREAT SHARE!

Hugz!

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YW84FRIDAY 10/10/2010 8:31PM

  I agree. I always make it a habit to ask how someone is doing and to talk about their loved one. And I offer to pray for them. A lot of people just start crying and tell me that they really, really needed those words of comfort.

Thanks for being you and for sharing so honestly.
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ALICIAP 10/9/2010 12:29PM

    My mom was murdered 3 years ago and to this day I have had 1 person actually spend about 2 hours talking to me on Facebook (she lives on the East coast and was my moms best friend in high school) other than that many have told me to get over it. I am sorry to say that when you someone you love dies you will NEVER get over it no matter how long it has been! Talking to Moms friends was one of the best days since she died. My family just throws it in my face blaming me for her death even though I was 2000 miles away and had NOTHING to do with it!

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SALINA78 10/8/2010 6:17PM

    WOW! Important for all to read!
THanks!

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MONKEYSNUFFER 10/8/2010 6:03PM

    I remember when my mom and dad died, all I wanted was to talk about them, but no one really brought their names up. I felt so lonely and isolated.

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PCOH051610 10/8/2010 10:18AM

    This is further proof that you are inspiring many of us! Leslie, you have hit the nail on the head. My father passed away about 4 years ago and about a whole year after, somebody asked about him. They were shocked that he had died and then, of course, were very upset at themselves. I calmed them down when I told them that I was honoured that they had asked about him and that he would have been to.

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ALMMOM 10/7/2010 11:25AM

    very true words!!

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MTLHEAD86 10/6/2010 8:59PM

    Around every turn, past every road block, there you are. Supporting, encouraging, enlightening others. All the while making great strides within yourself . emoticon emoticon

You, through action, helped me to see that talking was the exact remedy. It was the key to acceptance, it unlocked the anger and resentment, where I had the chance to dismantle them once and fore all. emoticon emoticon emoticon

I can't say it enough, I am indeed privileged to witness this journey. Thank you for sharing it. emoticon

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/6/2010 12:29PM

    Leslie, your sweet, pure heart is sharing what so many people need to KNOW! I can see your strength and courage growing at every bend in the road! Praise God that you are using your gifts to turn tragedy into a learning tool for others. You are amazing!
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CHOESCH 10/6/2010 12:15PM

    You my dear have had first hand experience with this subject and I am so glad that you are sharing your thoughts with us. You are right sometimes it is uncomfortable to talk about someone who has died but it is so important to remember that person and to give their life meaning. Just ignoring it makes those grieving believe that this person wasn't important and didn't make a mark in the world. I think that is why a viewing and funeral is so important for those left behind - it gives them the chance to talk to people who remember their loved one and to find out how much this person meant to others. It is such a great comfort. I appreciate you sharing this with us - again you give me much to think about and the opportunity to look at my own life and make sure that I am being supportive to those around me. I appreciate you so much!
Hope your Wednesday is awesome!
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LIBBYFITZ 10/6/2010 10:27AM

    I so totally agree! I home visited a mum with her newborn once and there was aphoto of another baby on the table and and i already knew that this baby was no longer here on earth. during my interview with this mum i mad ea comment about the photo and that mum spent all of that first home visit talking about her firstborn who had been still born.
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REDRUNNERMOM713 10/6/2010 9:55AM

    Thanks for posting this. I have wondered at times what the "right" thing is to do. I usually just ask how the person is and if they want to talk I let them, but I don't push if they don't.

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MASTEREDHEL 10/6/2010 9:09AM

    Same thing with suicide. I was very close to someone who made an attempt. The person's family acted as if nothing had happened!!! It made me so angry! Why wouldn't you at least TRY to say something? Maybe "I love you" or "I'm glad you're here" or ANYTHING other than silence. UGH.

Each moment with a friend or loved one is precious. We shouldn't take that companionship for granted by staying silent!

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HONEYBUNCH24 10/6/2010 8:44AM

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JHADZHIA 10/6/2010 1:27AM

    Thanks for sharing this. As it happens, a prominent member of our bridge club recently died at an unusually young age and I will be attending his funeral..I would have no idea what to say to his grieving parents and girlfriend..

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MKPRINCESS007 10/6/2010 12:12AM

    Love this! The stats tell the story...........great info to have when helping someone work through a loss.

thanks for sharing.........

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JARMOOZLE 10/6/2010 12:09AM

    Great advice, thanks for sharing :)


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FRESH_START10 10/6/2010 12:02AM

    I definitely agree. Unless the person is a robot, everyone is affected by the death of someone they know. Even if they weren't necessarily close to that person, say it was a classmate from back when they were in high school, it can still affect people. Death has a strange way of reminding us how fragile we all are. It doesn't have to be a family member or a best friend to make you ponder your own mortality. Whether you feel comfortable with it or not, I think it's always a good idea to just ask and see how they're doing. It doesn't have to be an in-depth, soul searching discussion. A simple, "Hey, how're you holding up?" might be all they need

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DOUGZ69 10/5/2010 11:52PM

    No, I think it's terribly important to be supportive and a part of their grieving process. We need others the most at our most vulnerable times. I will never avoid someone in that situation.

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Goals Met and Goals Set

Saturday, October 02, 2010

September Goals....

~No alcohol emoticon
~Surround myself with positive people and eliminate the "bad" ones emoticon
~No facebook or texting between 6-9 pm Mon-Fri emoticon I did very well with this but didn't always accomplish it....Do they have rehab for facebook addicts?! emoticon

~Complete an online anger management course (Until I master my own anger, I cannot help my child master his.) --ALMOST!! It's a 4 part course and I have ACED 3 out of the 4 modules!
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~Have kids backpacks, shoes, clothes, etc., all ready and laid out before I go to bed. ---I'm getting much better at this but didn't meet this goal daily as I should have. emoticon
~Keep my house clean. emoticon This has been challenging but crucial to my sanity! I've done great with it but still have some more to do. I am going to consider this an achieved goal but as it is a seemingly never-ending task I will keep it as a monthly goal. There's a lot of clutter and A LOT of work in this area so I need to keep on, keepin on with it!
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October Goals!

~Read and sort my mail! [I know, I know...this is something everyone should always do and you're probably wondering how I remember to pay my bills...I don't, that's the problem! LOL!]

~Keep my house clean (specifically...find the closet floors)

~Lose 3 pounds to make it to GOAL WEIGHT!!


It's time to show OCTOBER who's boss!! I CAN DO THIS...WE CAN DO THIS, TOGETHER! emoticon emoticon

  
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ALMMOM 10/5/2010 12:39PM

    Helpful hint. When I go retreive my mail, I head to the house and stand by a trash can. I tear up (good exercise) and throw away junk stuff or unsolicited mail, sort the bills to one pile, and sort the personal mail in another to read. Bills go in one area to take up to the office. I'm done. This has eliminated much clutter. If I am going to a particular room in the house, I scour the room I'm in for whatever belongs to the room I'm going to. May help.

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MONKEYSNUFFER 10/5/2010 12:34PM

    Amazing goals and great job achieving them!

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CALAMITYJANE44 10/4/2010 5:35PM

    I've been where you are, and I'm so proud of the accomplishments you've made. Great job! emoticon emoticon

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LOOZINITNOW 10/4/2010 1:43PM

    I really have to work on limiting my computer time in the evening. It is out of control! I love your list! Great goals!

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JUSTDUCKY1405 10/3/2010 10:38PM

    Ohhhh boy can I relate to the managing my own anger to help the whole house function more smoothly. My heart goes out to you on that one! I would so appreciate a link to the online course. I have been angry for 4 years... progressively I could see it develop, get worse, and I have gained quite a bit of control back, but lately... I am losing it again... more guilt... ahhh!

Sorry to read your little guy wasn't comepletely thrilled on his birthday... but you had an awesome attitude about it, in your previous blog! Go you!

Way to go on your goals and all the best in your new ones Leslie!

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BTRTHANEVA 10/3/2010 7:15PM

    Leslie!
You are awesome! Talk about turning your life around... And making a difference in yours to help your kids. Leading by example! I love you!

A suggestion from one who used to let the mail pile up. When I get the mail - I immediately get rid of the junk (recycle), anything I might want to look at gets put in a pile - I review that once a week. My bills get opened and paid the day they come in.

Now, I realize everyone can't do this. When I was in my 20's, I probably had the worst credit possible. It caused me so many headaches anxiety and sleepless nights until I realized I was creating my own problems. Gradually, I started making my finances my priority. Now, my credit is on the opposite side. I use my credit card for everything (including food) to get the points which gives me free trips to see my grandkids. I transfer the money in from my checking acct the same day, so there's no interest charges. I've done without a lot of stuff I've wanted (but not needed) to get myself on solid financial footing.

Which is a good thing, because now I'm not working. The only bill we have now is the mortgage and monthly utilities/sundry items. I live simply. But I'm happier now than I've ever been. Thank God sparking is free!
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SHERRY257 10/3/2010 7:11PM

    Fantastic goals! You are doing so great! Awesome! emoticon

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BELLALUCIA 10/3/2010 4:48PM

    You're doing so well! Good for you! I'm proud of you!

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JOYSONG50 10/2/2010 11:52PM

    Great goals, great goals.
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IUHRYTR 10/2/2010 8:06PM

    The more I declutter, the better I feel. Paper is also my nemesis but a little at a time. Your goals sound achievable so go for it! Yea Leslie! -- Lou

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YW84FRIDAY 10/2/2010 5:10PM

  Paper is my #1 enemy! I'm so sick of paper! LOL!

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/2/2010 3:59PM

    LOL I always have trouble with papers and bills piling up!!! You're doing great, girlie! emoticonSorry so short! I have such a long list of things to do!

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LIBBYFITZ 10/2/2010 3:12PM

    emoticonYou have done so well!!!!!! emoticon

you will reach goal! emoticon emoticon

Well done on the anger management course! emoticon

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KANSASROSE67 10/2/2010 2:11PM

    Great job and great goals!

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KARBIE18 10/2/2010 1:59PM

    Great goals, and it looks like you did a terrific job in September! Though I've made some good choices to balance it out, I've been a little complacent this month....so I'm with you on showing October who's boss. We CAN do this!

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ASHLEYKAT 10/2/2010 1:46PM

    Awesome job! I'm so proud of you! Great work and keep it up!

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CHRISTYD921 10/2/2010 1:36PM

    Great Job!!! I too struggle in the house cleaning dept ..there just doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day

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PCOH051610 10/2/2010 1:15PM

    Wow! You are going fantastic! You only have three more pounds to go! So proud of you and your determination! I have 9 lost and 41 more to go by the end of next August. Reading blogs like yours really help me keep track. I have set 10 pounds every two months or so as my goal. I know the first pounds come off easier than the rest but I hope I can do this.



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I tried at least!

Friday, October 01, 2010

For a good 2 weeks now I've been on back on track with my eating and officially gotten out of my funk...good riddens I say!! And fist bumps to Spark People for teaching me how to always pick myself back up and keep going! This place ROCKS! emoticon

So the birthday for my little man went...okay. Actually I thought it went really well but he didn't, lol. Before we left for the dinosaur exhibit at Union Station he decided that that was NOT what he wanted to do for his birthday, he wanted a bowling party! [he had mentioned this to me but I thought that I had talked him out of it since he had a bowling party last year] emoticon

Change of plans... If it's a bowling party he wants, a bowling party he shall get [well a sort make-shift, last second party but whateva] We picked up Chris's kids, Montana and AnnaBelle, [which they were SUPER excited about!] and to the bowling alley we went. We had a great time although Kyler wondered where all his guests were... emoticon

Then it was off to T-Rex Café, a really neat restaurant with interactive dinosaurs. I thought he'd love it but as soon as we walked in the door he bolted back out and was scared. He timidly agreed to try it out and spent the whole time at our table under the 'magic squid' for protection and didn't want to explore at all. Toward the end he perked up a little and enjoyed the gift shop but when asked if he had a good birthday he says no! emoticon

Overall I know he had fun and loved all of his presents. Though he says he didn't, he did. Maybe next year I'll get him more involved in the planning...it's just that when you ask a kid what he wants to do he'll name off a whole list of things, then you choose one and you just hope you choose the right one! emoticon

I love birthdays but I'm glad this one's over! LOL Now it's off to enjoy the weekend and my new all time low weight of 153.2, woo hoo! I'm no longer gonna watch that ticker sit idol next to the goal line. It's time folks....TO DO THIS THANG!! emoticon

I hope everyone has a great weekend and XOXOXO to you all!! emoticon

  
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IUHRYTR 10/1/2010 4:39PM

    emoticon on your weight loss success and for having survived a child's birthday party. emoticon -- Lou

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SHERRY257 10/1/2010 2:52PM

    Well, it will be one of those memories to talk about when he is older! We just throw all the kids in the pool and one year my daughter said in a trembling voice that she wanted a bowling party! Now, the pinata and the silly string and the balloon games are all gone! I guess I miss that more than the kids! You are a fantastic mom! emoticon

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MTLHEAD86 10/1/2010 2:41PM

   
I think you did an amazing job with the whole day, you planned perfectly. emoticon

I'm not sure even if you'd had a Ouija board, tarot cards and a crystal ball you'd have gotten a better read on the mind of a six y/o boy! emoticon emoticon


I'm honored to see the evolution of Leslie firsthand. emoticon It's such an awesome experience! emoticon This is the first of the all-time lows, of this I have no doubt. Can't wait to see the expression on your face when that goal is not only met, but exceeded!

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BELLALUCIA 10/1/2010 1:46PM

    What are your October goals? Write it down in a blog if you want. U are rocking it girl! U are one of my biggest supporters and sorry for not showing you enough love. I will do better!

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LIBBYFITZ 10/1/2010 1:40PM

    Boy's don't you just love them! My son had an issue at one of his party's in that he felt that there were too many people there! found out a few years later he had ADHD with out the hyperactivity. He does not like shows with all the noise and rides! Very sensitive to noise. He has improved a lot as an adult but if it all gets too much for him he reads! emoticon

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ASHLEYKAT 10/1/2010 1:21PM

    Hehe, DH was (and is) still like that, saying he doesn't like things when he really does. I'm sure he had a blast!

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BTRTHANEVA 10/1/2010 12:48PM

    Little boys who don't speak up for themselves become BIG boys that do the same thang. I like the idea of getting him involved with his party - he's just about the right age (IMHO). Next year if he says he didn't have fun, you're off the hook!

Congrats on your all time low! I'm so glad you're tasting the victory of yourself. Especially happy that you're out of your funk. Had to think about what keys to hit on that one... hehehe.

GO LESLIE!! GO LESLIE!! GO LESLIE!! GO LESLIE!! GO LESLIE!!

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 10/1/2010 12:24PM

    Wow! That's like my perfect weight that I would love! I am so excited for you!

Your son will forget all about the negative things about his birthday! He will only remember the good stuff! I learned that with my 21 year old!

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MONKEYSNUFFER 10/1/2010 12:12PM

    You go!!!! You are getting me all motivated too.


My son's birthday is in November, maybe a bowling party sounds fun! His friend is having one on October 10th, so maybe I'll see if he likes it.

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