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Week 8, Day 2 Walking Plan + Sophie lost the meds battle today! :-)

Monday, October 11, 2010

Yes, Sophie took her meds today without escaping from a single drop. This time I put some of her favourite food in her bowl and bided my time until she was sat back on the sofa, licking her chops. Then I sat down beside her, gave her a stroke, gently pulled her head onto my lap, fiddled till I found a convenient gap in her jaw, whipped the syringe round and slowly dribbled it in to her mouth while holding her head against me so she couldn't struggle. :-) Sorry to disappoint those who were expecting a laugh. Stand by though - there's always tomorrow. I doubt this ruse will work for long. I will wear the medication again. LOL



Today I did:

CARDIO
25 minute walk
Waitrose circuit - also 25 minutes

STRENGTH TRAINING
Day 2 Bootcamp video - Lower Body

While on my way to Waitrose today I bumped into one of the Teaching Assistants at what was Tara's first primary school. I had been the Deputy Chair of the Governing Body at that school, and had helped prevent the school's closure, even though the Chair himself was determined to believe the worst of the Local Education Authority, and kept saying the school was closing for sure, even going as far as to claim - quite falsely - that the LEA had already got an offer for the site for housing development.

Sadly, as happens when a school in special measures is re-invented, it comes at the expense of people you care about, and a lot of staff left the school during the shake up.

The emotional upset got to Tara very badly, which was why I had to move her to another primary school. She unfortunately overheard a very angry member of staff say horrible things about me to another staff member, and was convinced because of what she overheard that I would be hurt by someone if I stayed on as a governor. The staff member was reprimanded, which didn't help my situation because the resentment just grew. The sad thing was that the reason she was angry was because she got the wrong impression about what I was trying to do, thanks to the Chairman's lies. It took the acting head and the deputy head to sort out the misunderstanding, by which time the school was safe, and I had left. I resigned from the governing body once I knew that the school was staying open, because it was making Tara ill to have me still there, and nothing could convince her that I wasn't in danger.

Anyway, it was great to catch up with this lady. I hadn't seen her to properly chat to for a while, and she and her sister both work at the school still. They are both such lovely smiley ladies, and a real asset to the school. They really love those kids. I will always be grateful that at least they were able to stick there through the mess and come out the other side as happy to be working there as ever.

On a completely unrelated note, next time I make this sausage casserole I'm munching on, I shall omit the sausages and put beans in instead. The sausages are way too many calories and too much fat for the amount of protein I get from them, and the beans will work well, I'm thinking. :-) Or I could halve the sausages and add beans too, and get the best of both worlds perhaps. Hmmm...

I hope everyone is having a good day. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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ZURDTA- 10/12/2010 2:53AM

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BOVEY63 10/11/2010 10:56PM

    Happy to hear that Sophie took her medicine so well and that you had a nice time catching up with an old colleague.
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Have a terrific Tuesday!

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CHEVY63 10/11/2010 8:42PM

    So glad Sophie took the medicine!

Dealing with people can be interesting some times. I've been in the situation with people misunderstanding me - it can be surprising to hear things that have gotten twisted around! I'm glad you were able to get things cleared up - and even more glad that you had the chance to catch up with these folks today.

Love your pictures, as always!

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/11/2010 7:27PM

    Lex,

So glad you got to get Sophie's medication into her without wearing it, even if it is only today. You are just going to have to keep being creative to keep her guessing...lol

Great job on the strength training and cardio today!

I am so sorry to hear that Tara had overheard that woman's vicious tongue in action. Some people have no concept of how their words will affect all those who hear what they say ( intended or otherwise)! I can only imagine with Tara's heightened sensitivity how distraught she become. Great to hear you had an opportunity to chat and catch up with old friends!

Mmmmmmmm sounds wonderful. I agree though for the protein you get sausages are just too high in fat and calories. I would probably put 1/4 the sausage (more for flavour than anything else) and replace the rest with beans. Let us know how that works out for you!

Take Care,
((HUGS))
Rhonda

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LINDABENEDICT 10/11/2010 7:22PM

    Lexi ....way to go with Sophie ! And I'm glad you got to talk to the lady from the old school .
WOO HOO !!!!

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JHADZHIA 10/11/2010 5:50PM

    Glad you found a way to get the medicine into Sophie!
Its a shame what one's poison mouth will do to a person's life :((
Nice you got to catch up with a nicer person from your old school.
You are doing well, keep up the great work!

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CHRISTURTLE 10/11/2010 5:01PM

    Must have felt good to find out both sisters are still at the school, cos at least there are two caring people there for the kids. Hope you had a really long catch-up session, and both walked away feeling happier than before you met.

I'm so happy Sophie took her meds without a struggle. Now she's done it once, maybe she will realize there is nothing but a momentary yucky taste and its gone, with some favourite food to follow! Lets hope so anyway.

Re the sausages vs. beans, think I'd prefer the beans, but maybe if its lacking in a little 'meaty' flavour you could add some low fat mince, browned and rinsed to cut down the fat. Doesn't take away from the flavour, or even try just the mince without the beans... of course, it will then become a 'sausage casserole surprise', the surprise being there are no sausages, lol.

Sending (((happy, healthy, fun filled vibes))) to you all - hope they reach you intact, lol.

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NJMATTICE 10/11/2010 4:45PM

    Sounds like the day is going well! Enjoy.
Love,
Nancy

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CARLA-216 10/11/2010 4:06PM

    Good girl, Sophie!
Glad you got to see an old friend today, Lex.
You could use about 1/2 the sausages for the flavor, and add beans as well. You're making me hungry! emoticon

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How to Give a Cat a Pill...

Sunday, October 10, 2010

...is one of the funniest things I ever read, especially as I had to a certain extent lived it. LOL All this talk about Sophie and your pets and giving meds to them reminded me of it, so I dug it out so you can all enjoy it too.

How to Give a Cat a Pill

1. Pick cat up and cradle it in the crook of your left arm as if holding a baby. Position right forefinger and thumb on either side of cat's mouth and gently apply pressure to cheeks while holding pill in right hand. As cat opens mouth, pop pill into mouth. Allow cat to close mouth and swallow.

2. Retrieve pill from floor and cat from behind sofa. Cradle cat in left arm and repeat process.

3. Retrieve cat from bedroom, and throw soggy pill away.

4. Take new pill from foil wrap, cradle cat in left arm holding rear paws tightly with left hand. Force jaws open and push pill to back of mouth with right forefinger. Hold mouth shut for a count of ten.

5. Retrieve pill from goldfish bowl and cat from top of wardrobe. Call spouse from yard.

6. Kneel on floor with cat wedged firmly between knees, hold front and rear paws. Ignore low growls emitted by cat. Get spouse to hold head firmly with one hand while forcing wooden ruler into mouth. Drop pill down ruler and rub cat's throat vigorously.

7. Retrieve cat from curtain rail, get another pill from foil wrap. Make note to buy new ruler and repair curtains. Carefully sweep shattered figurines and vases from hearth and set to one side for gluing later.

8. Wrap cat in large towel and get spouse to lie on cat with head just visible from below armpit. Put pill in end of drinking straw, force mouth open with pencil and blow down drinking straw.

9. Check label to make sure pill not harmful to humans, drink one beer to take taste away. Apply Band-Aid to spouse's forearm and remove blood from carpet with cold water and soap.

10. Retrieve cat from neighbor's shed. Get another pill. Open another beer. Place cat in cupboard and close door onto neck to leave head showing. Force mouth open with dessert spoon. Flick pill down throat with rubber band.

11. Fetch screwdriver from garage and put cupboard door back on hinges. Drink beer. Fetch bottle of Scotch. Pour shot, drink. Apply cold compress to cheek and check records for date of last tetanus shot. Apply whiskey compress to cheek to disinfect. Toss back another shot. Throw tee-shirt away and fetch new one from bedroom.

12. Call fire department to retrieve the cat from tree across the road. Apologize to neighbor who crashed into fence while swerving to avoid cat. Take last pill from foil-wrap.

13. Tie the cat's front paws to rear paws with twine and bind tightly to leg of dining room table, find heavy duty pruning gloves from shed. Push pill into mouth followed by large piece of steak. Hold head vertically and pour two pints of water down throat to wash pill down.

14. Consume remainder of Scotch. Get spouse to drive you to emergency room, sit quietly while doctor stitches fingers and forearm and removes pill remnants from right eye. Call furniture shop on way home to order new table.

15. Arrange for Humane Society to collect the cat and call local pet shop to see if they have any hamsters.


How to Give a Dog a Pill 1. Wrap it in bacon.


Sadly, no info on giving a dog liquid medication. LOL
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SUZIEGREY 10/12/2010 2:03PM

    Oh how this reminds me of when I used to have cats. I always insisted on taking them back to the vets for the nurse to administer any tablets, as I never had any success.

This has really made me laugh.

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CARLA-216 10/11/2010 11:59AM

    I've seen this before, but when I see it again I always read it because it's just so darned funny! Thanks for the laugh!

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/11/2010 10:16AM

    OMG...So true which makes it sooo funny!!
Thanks for the morning chuckle.

Rhonda

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JHADZHIA 10/11/2010 8:49AM

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They gave the alcohol to the wrong person -they needed to get the cat drunk!!

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LINDABENEDICT 10/10/2010 8:52PM

    Hahahaha ....how true ! I too speak from experience on the cat and dog med front !

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BOVEY63 10/10/2010 8:51PM

    Love it!
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    Thanks I needed to read that. emoticon

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WVREDNECKHOTTIE 10/10/2010 5:27PM

    The best way to give a cat a pill is to get a drinking straw.... put pill in end of drinking straw.... hold cats mouth open and blow into the back of the cats throat. It has no choice but to swallow it. However if said cat bites you I never told you any of this!

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GIANTMICROBE 10/10/2010 2:23PM

    I loved this so much, I can't even tell you. LOL

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A week in Review (3rd - 9th Oct 2010)

Sunday, October 10, 2010

I am doing well.
I am sticking with the programme.
I am tenacious! :-)

NUTRITION

Fruit and Veggies
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5, 7, 7, 5, 5, 5, 4 = 38/35 (record 49)

Water
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9, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 9 = 58/56 (record 67)

Nutrition Basics
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Calories in range 5/7 (record 5/7)
Fat in range 6/7 (new record 6/7) YAY!
Carbs in range 5/7 (record 7/7)
plus only ten over one day and 4 under the other day, so really close to 7/7! :-)
Protein in range 2/7 (record 6/7)

Considering that I paid very little attention to my food choices this week, outside of recording what I ate, I am really pleased with the results. I haven't had a chance to play with my proteins yet, but as long as everything is recorded that's fine. :-) I am struggling on a seriously low income right now, which makes having a play with my food somewhat limited, but I'll get there. :-)

FITNESS
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STEPS
4000 steps met and exceeded every day.
Minimum daily steps target rises to 4100.

Sun: 4775
Mon: 6779
Tue: 4207
Wed: 8209
Thur: 5271
Fri: 5073
Sat: 4926

Total steps for the week: 39240
Down on last week, but above my minimum every day, which is good! :-)
Average daily steps = 5605 (record 7858)

TOTAL FITNESS MINUTES
(warm-up, cardio, strength and stretches combined)

Sun: 50
Mon: 90
Tue: 55
Wed: 80
Thur: 55
Fri: 65
Sat: 70

Total minutes for the week: 465
Average daily minutes = 66 (new record 66) YAY!

MILEAGE

Sun: 2.17 miles
Mon: 3.08 miles
Tue: 1.91 miles
Wed: 3.73 miles
Thur: 2.4 miles
Fri: 2.31 miles
Sat: 2.24 miles

Total mileage for week: 17.84 miles (record 25.02 miles)
3 miles short of my aim of 21 miles per week, but it is still over 2 miles a day, which is great. :-)

WEIGHT
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Stayed at 13 stone 2lbs (184lbs)

My weight graph is starting to look like a pier stuck out over a precipice. LOL I think we can safely call this a plateau now. Mind you, as I am working on the strength training side of things, this could equally be the building of muscle, which is heavier than fat, so I can live with the weight stagnation for a bit longer. :-)

I have realised just how loose my current exercising jeans are. I have to hold them up when on Tigger now, which makes bouncing a little difficult. LOL. So I tried my tighter jeans (size 16 boot cut) on today, and they fit COMFORTABLY! Last month they did up but were a bit tight on the thigh and round the derriere. This month they are most definitely feeling very nice! What a pity they are old scruffy jeans with patches, so don't have much life left in them. What this does mean though, is that I can go on a size 16 jeans hunt at long last! :-)

Here's to a good week to come!
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Hugs,
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 10/11/2010 2:29PM

    Congrats on the smaller jeans, Lex! You've worked hard to get there and your efforts are paying off. Yeah!

What a great week you had! I agree with CHEVY63...you've made a lifestyle change. emoticon

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Carla
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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/11/2010 10:19AM

    Lex,

What an awesome week considering you have been so distracted!! I wish I could do that while distracted...lol YOU ROCK!!

Gotta love that you have to wear new jeans!! Time to go on the hunt for a nice pair of 16's for everyday use not just exercise...Enjoy that is a wonderful accomplishment and so much better than anything the scale says!!

CONGRATS!!
((HUGS)
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Rhonda

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JHADZHIA 10/11/2010 8:54AM

    The proof is in the jeans!! Very well done, you are doing AWESOME!!
Never mind what the scale says!
Keep up the great work!!!
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ZURDTA- 10/10/2010 1:27PM

    You are doing well... whoo hoo!

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CHEVY63 10/10/2010 12:50PM

    Wonderful! It seems that you are really in the lifestyle change, since you're doing so well with the food choices even when you are not concentrating on them. You're also doing great with the exercise.

Great news about the jeans, too. I love being able to fit into some of the smaller clothes I've kept in the closet!

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CHERIRIDDELL 10/10/2010 12:10PM

    Woohoo victory when the clothes start to fit better !I am off swimming this morning working on that very same premise!

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I'm Wearing Sophie's Medication! + Starting week 8 of the Walking Plan

Sunday, October 10, 2010

It took her three days to figure out what was going on and to clamp her jaws shut when she sees me coming with the syringe. LOL. Yesterday a small drop escaped from her mouth and dribbled down my leg. Today most of it did. *grin*
I can see I am going to have to change tactics if I'm going to get the stuff down her instead of down me. :-)



CARDIO only today
Week 8, Day 1 Walking Plan
15 minutes walk

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 20 minute mile
Calories: 71
Steps: 1770
Time: 0:16:14
Distance: 0.79 miles

I also did:
20 minutes on Tigger
10 minutes on Roo

Off to work on my week in review next.

Have a good day everyone. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SUZIEGREY 10/12/2010 1:58PM

    My dogs would only take liquid medication in porridge. One can only be given worming tablet in a chunk of banana as well. He spits it out if I put it in a sardine or sausage or in a lump of pate. Still eats the food, though.

Hope you have more success with the meds.

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/11/2010 10:23AM

    Well good luck with that. Liquid medications can be tricky, even for dogs...lol Hope the next round goes better!

Thanks for the cartoons, they really do make my day!

Make it a great one!
Rhonda

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JHADZHIA 10/11/2010 8:51AM

    It is strange they give cats a liquid medicine as they don't drink all the much, wonder why?? A tiny pill wrapped in some smelly treat would go down much faster.

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BOVEY63 10/10/2010 9:10PM

    They always seem to figure it out don't they? Good luck!

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ZURDTA- 10/10/2010 1:26PM

    I had something like that with my cat - now she was a very canny cat.

Held firmly by my son, jaws opened and tablet put on back of tongue, hold mouth and gently stroke throat to ensure a swallow. Those were the instructions from the vet and we did it... the cat spat out the tablet.

Second time. Held mouth and stroked for a longer time. It came back out.

Third time we chose the syringe method. Back of the throat and squeeze - hold mouth and stroke throat to ensure a swallow. YAK - it came back out...

Hiding it in food didn't work either. That cat never had a full dose of anything...



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CHEVY63 10/10/2010 12:54PM

    Good luck with the medicine. I always make sure that I'm not wearing nice clothes when I try to give medicine these days. I had a traumatic experience and ruined a suit with a former cat. Contrary to what the vet said, butter did not make the pill go down easier - it just left grease stains all over a nice outfit! emoticon

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CHERIRIDDELL 10/10/2010 12:14PM

    My vet hasn't given me liquid medication since the time I told her a pill would be better and she said I was being silly no dog should be a problem and she would show me how,I am still wiping a tear from the hysterical laughter away 2 years later .She did look funny wearing that medication when True spit it back at her !!!!

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CARLA-216 10/10/2010 12:09PM

    Ah, that's a toughie with it being liquid. At least a pill would be easy to disguise inside a banana slice. With the cats, they always have liquid meds, and we somehow get their mouth open just enough so that we can slip the syringe in near the back of their jaw, then press quickly and hope for the best.

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NJMATTICE 10/10/2010 9:27AM

    I look forward to your tales of creative ways to give Sophie her meds.
Love,
Nancy

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BUBBLEJ1 10/10/2010 9:14AM

    Keep it next to the couch and when she is having a nice pat launch a surprise attack. Or you could do what I do with my cats, which is calmly explain that it is for their own good. That never works, because they are cats, but it makes me feel polite.

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Sparkpeople finally let me in to blog! :-) I have exercised, honest!

Saturday, October 09, 2010

Oh, this is nice! :-) I was beginning to wonder if I'd get to blog today. All morning I've been locked out, even when I'm logged in. Gotta wonder what's happening at SP sometimes. LOL

Thankyou for all the heart-warming support for Sophie and our predicament. She is doing ok, moving a little easier, so the anti-inflammatory medications and the pain relief seems to be helping her. We are making the most of the time we have left with her, and she is enjoying being even more the centre of attention than usual. :-)

I didn't blog yesterday, and didn't record my exercise from Thursday or Friday on my blog either. At least I remembered to jot down my walking stats.

So...

CARDIO
Wednesday - no walk. Swapped with Friday because of the vet business.

Thursday - 30-minute Walk - slight delay because of bumping into my neighbour briefly but made up the time.

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 21 minute mile
Calories: 126
Steps: 3158
Time: 0:30:14
Distance: 1.42 miles

Friday - 20-minute Walk - bumped into my neighbour again, but we were going in the same direction this time so she cycled and kept pace with me while we talked. :-) Did an extra minute cos I lost track a bit. LOL

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 21 minute mile
Calories: 92
Steps: 2300
Time: 0:21:45
Distance: 1.03 miles

Saturday - 35-Minute Walk Pretty pleased with this walk, not least because I bumped into someone with an elderly male labrador that I see occasionally, and was able to have a brief chat with him both on my way out and on the way back, joking that we must stop meeting like this, cos the neighbours would talk. LOL His old boy is a little arthritic, but is otherwise in excellent health, and obviously enjoying life.

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 20 minute mile
Calories: 162 (new record)
Steps: 4051 (new record)
Time: 0:36:54
Distance: 1.82 miles

STRENGTH TRAINING


Wednesday - no ST, cos of vets and so forth. Couldn't think about anything else.

Thursday - no ST - cos of TOM zapping my energy, and emotional fallout from Wednesday.

Friday - Upper Body - 10 minutes - day 6 bootcamp video

Saturday - Core - Day 4 bootcamp video, 6 minutes on the Twist and Tone, and 2 sets of 12 reps of bed crunches.

Why do I yawn after doing strength training? I find that with most of the videos I get through to the stretching part, and then during the stretches I start yawning. Very strange. Does anyone else find themselves doing that?





It is Silly Saturday with the Positive Bloggers. Time to go find something silly to share. :-)
Have a great weekend everyone!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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My Hero! :-)


Some things never change when you go out for the day!


Sophie prefers to dig up a beetroot to play with!

  
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JHADZHIA 10/10/2010 1:44AM

    Glad to hear Sophie is doing better.. Good job getting your fitness in in spite of all that is going on.
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CHERIRIDDELL 10/10/2010 1:40AM

    My favourite is the my hero one.Al sent me some lovely jewellery boxes back from Afghanistan he sent them with special instruction since it was all carved wood I had to put them in the freezer for two weeks to ensure I didn't have any pets I didn't bank on LOL !Bugs coming out of the wood or rather eggs hatching into bugs. He is notorious for making friends with any dogs he finds anywhere around the camps .My husband is over 6'3" tall and he sent a picture ot him holding a camel spider that was up to his waist !Thankfully we only have an old dog at home LOL!I am so glad Sophie is doing better. Hugs,Cheri

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LINDABENEDICT 10/9/2010 11:28PM

    Yay Sophie and YAY you !!!!! Great pics....my laughs for the day.

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CHEVY63 10/9/2010 10:46PM

    You always have the best pictures in your blogs - thanks for making me laugh!

I'm glad to hear that the pup is doing ok for the moment. We've had some scares with our cat, so I do understand the emotions.

You are doing a great job with the exercise - so glad you've been able to keep it up.

Hope the rest of your weekend is also good!

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KNITTABLES 10/9/2010 2:26PM

    I am so glad sophie is doing better. So glad you managed to blog.Sparks has been real slow for me today too and I had problems accessing my friends blogs. Love all the pictures and enjoy the weekend.

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/9/2010 12:13PM

    So very glad to hear that the medication seems to be helping Sophie! Making the most of the time you have left with her is exactly what you should be doing. I am sure she is loving all of the attention and finding the outpouring of Love a real comfort! She couldn't have a better family.

Nice to see that even with a difficult week you have managed to keep moving forward. You are an amazing lady!

((HUGS))
Rhonda

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CARLA-216 10/9/2010 12:06PM

    So proud of you for picking up and moving along after a few trying days with the emotions! Great job! I know for me in the past, that would have been the green light to mess around with the rest of the week and who knows when I'd get myself back together after that.

I've heard that when we yawn our brain is needing oxygen. So maybe you're not breathing through the moves when doing strength training? I think it's common for people to want to hold their breath when lifting weights, especially if the move is a bit challenging. Just a thought!

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BOVEY63 10/9/2010 11:58AM

    Glad to hear that Sophie is feeling a little better.
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It's so nice when you run into some of the same people when walking. There is an elderly gentleman that I run into regularly on my morning walk and we sometimes walk a block or two together until we reach a community center where he meets his buddies for coffee.

Great pics again - especially love the "My Hero" one. Sweet!

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