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Day 90: EA Active Personal Trainer - First Impressions

Friday, October 14, 2011

Yay, I finally got to set up my new (to me) EA Active Personal Trainer today and try it out! :-)

The equipment that comes with it is interesting. You get a leg strap which sits round your thigh and holds the nunchuk during some of the exercises. You also get the most bizarre resistance band I've ever seen. It comes as a long plastic strip and two handles that you attach to the plastic. I was dubious when I saw it, but I followed the instructions and it works really well.

EA also works with the balance board as an optional extra, so I activated that too. :-)

To start with you have to set up your profile, which was fun because I work in inches and pounds, and EA works in centimetres and kilos. Fortunately, my work tape measure has both inches and centimetres on it, and my Weightwatcher scales do kilos as well as pounds, so it was only a temporary stumbling block. Like a couple of minutes. LOL

Then I set up to do the 30-day challenge. I've set it to the lowest intensity to start with, and it gave me a total of just under 20 minutes of actual exercise today, even though I was actually using it for an hour!

The reason for the discrepancy was that as it was my first time using it, there was a lot to set up, and every exercise is explained with a video before you do it for the first time. Even though I knew how to do some of them, I still watched the videos and learned a couple of things I didn't know, like when you do side lunges you should have your weight in your heel. It helps to stop your knees tracking over your feet. Doing them that way made them feel more stable than my usual ones, so that's good. I shall be applying that knowledge to the wii fit plus side lunges next time I do them. :-)

You can't cheat with EA Active. If you don't do the move right you don't get a point, so you have to work at it, which is great. I also discovered that I can still use my mini trampoline for the running, which protects my joints. I did try and run on the floor initially, but found keeping the pace up difficult. On the trampoline it worked much better for me.

Oh, and it works on a rota of two days of exercise, one rest day, two days exercise, one rest day, and so on...

So, at the end of my first session:
I had exercised for 19 mins 10 secs.
The projected calorie burn was 104.4 and I burned 111.7 calories.
I completed 16/16 exercises.

I added 1147 steps to my pedometer.

All in all I enjoyed it. The slight irritation caused by having to switch between different equipment for the different exercises was mitigated by the fact that it was just so much fun to tangle up in the swap-overs. *grin* During my first attempt at kickboxing the leg strap slid down round my ankle, causing some distraction and a lot of laughs as I tried to get it off! LOL It wasn't in use at the time because the boxing and kickboxing has you holding the nunchuk in your hand not in the leg strap. Later, while trying to discard the resistance band, I got it hopelessly tangled in the nunchuk cord.

I'm looking forward to tomorrow. The game hinted that there will be tennis included in the exercises. :-)

I wish I could write more but I'm really tired, so I'm calling it a night. :-)
Hope you have all had a great day.
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 10/15/2011 4:45PM

    You make everything sound like fun, even if there are some minor irritants along the way.

I'm glad that it's making you do correct form. It's very important in lunges and squats for your knee to never track beyond your ankle!


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BOVEY63 10/15/2011 12:13PM

    Sounds like a good program with the added bonus of some laughs!
Have a wonderful weekend!

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NEW-CAZ 10/15/2011 3:10AM

    Sounds like you're going to enjoy working out Lex, great that it's a stickler for not cheating LOL

Enjoy your weekend....looks like we're in for more good weather til next week emoticon

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AERYFAERY 10/14/2011 9:31PM

    I really like EA Active too. It's a very good workout, no matter your skill level. You can always make it more difficult by customizing the workouts. I ended up purchasing a set of (cheap) resistance bands so I would have different levels of resistance to work with.

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_LINDA 10/14/2011 7:15PM

    What a fun game, and that is absolutely great its making sure you are getting the proper form in. I don't know that I could ever use something like that, its all I can do not to trip over my own feet let alone worry about a nunchuk strapped to a body part or held in a hand..
I am still caught between the metric and English. My scale is in pounds only and that is what I prefer. I can't picture someone 165 cm tall, but I do get 5' 6"
Hope you get a good night's sleep and rest!
Have fun with your game, enjoy your weekend!
Linda xxx

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Day 88: Free Cereal On The Doorstep, and a New Game To Play With

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

It has been a good day today so far. I got woken by the postie first thing, as he was clutching a package for me. Oddlass very kindly offered me her copy of EA Active Personal Trainer, as she didn't have the time to devote to it. I covered her expenses and it saved me 20, as it would have cost a lot more to buy locally, and it was on my Wii games wishlist. She had snagged it at a car boot. :-) The game arrived today, and I can't wait to set it up and have a play.

Thanks Oddlass for thinking of me! *blows kiss* emoticon

And that wasn't all that arrived on my doorstep. Yesterday I had a bright yellow paper bag put through our letterbox, with a note on it to say that if I put it outside by 9am today, I'd get a free box of cereal - All Bran Golden Crunch. I've tried All Bran and Branflakes and they dry my mouth out, but what the hey, if this proves to do the same, someone else in the neighbourhood would probably like them, and if it turns out to be nice, then I win a free breakfast. Turns out I win 8 free breakfasts. It was a 360g box! I opened the pack and munched one of the clusters, and it has a lovely flavour - almost toffee-like. I think I'll have some for breakfast tomorrow. :-)

I clocked up 9500 steps going shopping at Tesco Extra, and we took advantage of a lot of cut prices and special offers in the process, plus had a drop of alcohol on the way home courtesy of a premix promotion van that had set up shop outside the store. I had a nice drop of Vodka and Coke with Lime out of a can. LOL Nothing like a shot of alcohol to fortify you for a long walk home dragging a heavy shopping trolley! I highly recommend it.

Now I'm sitting at my computer writing this and listening to Pointless. I LOVE this show. It is such good fun, and Tara and I really enjoy trying to beat the contestants with our pointless knowledge. :-)

Types of Whales: Go! *grin*

So, as I've done such a lot of steps today and my right hip is complaining I'll have to be patient and not play with my new game until tomorrow, or even Friday, because I really need to go into town tomorrow if possible. I want to raid the library for Crockpot Cookery Books, Tara wants me to pick up something for her from Game, and I'm after a pair of slippers, and a belt to hold up my jeans as my ever shrinking waist is even making my size 16s bag a bit.

Hope you are all having a great day!
Lex xxx
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Surreal Cereal on my doorstep!

A Shot of Alcofrol:

Proper Dresscode For Using EA Active:

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WANDAH3 10/14/2011 7:35AM

    The blesses that come your way are wonderful...keep on doing what you are doing and the blessings will keep on flowing.
Have a lovely weekend.

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BOVEY63 10/13/2011 12:45PM

    Sounds like a darn good day - a little vodka does sound good (I mix it with my Crystal Light Raspberry Lemonade - Yummy!)

Hope your hip is feeling better!

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ANNIE924 10/12/2011 9:50PM

    Sounds like a great day to me. Enjoy your new Wii program and your free breakfast. Take care. emoticon emoticon

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SENATOR9 10/12/2011 7:06PM

    Enjoy the breakfast and the game

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NEW-CAZ 10/12/2011 3:32PM

    Enjoy your brekki Lex and emoticon on baggy jeans, can't be bad.

I love Pointless but now addicted to The Chase!
But that Alexander Armstrong is a great charecter. Have you seen him in the insurance ads...what a hoot!

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CARLA-216 10/12/2011 2:52PM

    Enjoy your free breakfast, and your new game courtesy of Oddlass!

Look at you with your baggy jeans. How awesome is that?


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_LINDA 10/12/2011 2:34PM

    Fantastic! You go girl! The rotten about living in an apartment we don't get those freebies houses get. My Mom has gotten shampoo, dish washing liquid and laundry detergent as well as all kinds of nummy samples!!
Enjoy your new game! Have a wonderful Wednesday evening!
Linda xxx

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Day 87: Yeo Valley Adverts Rock!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Well, actually they rap in the first one and are a boyband in the second, but they are both a lot of fun. Owl Lovers are in for a treat too, so keep your eyes peeled for Ted!

2010 Rapping Advert


2011 Boyband Advert


Well, having sung along to these, I'm off to do some housework. :-)
Have a great day everyone.
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 10/12/2011 2:48PM

    Nice...nice indeedy!

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WANDAH3 10/11/2011 5:00PM

    Just stopping by to say hello, how are you. Hope you are having a great day. Hugs,

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_LINDA 10/11/2011 2:32PM

    Loved the owl! Nice videos, scenic background to show case those hotties :))
Thanks for sharing! Almost makes on want to drink milk again ;)
Have a Terrific Tuesday!!
Linda xxx

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SENATOR9 10/11/2011 12:50PM

    love the video emoticon

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BOVEY63 10/11/2011 12:45PM

    Great videos, and I love the pictures (especially the second one)!
Have a wonderful day!

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CHEVY63 10/11/2011 9:14AM

    Too Hilarious! I haven't seen these before. Thanks for starting my day off with a smile!

Have a great Tuesday!!!

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Day83. I remember when I said I'd blog every day...

Friday, October 07, 2011

...but it has been two weeks! Well, to be fair, if you read my last blog you'll know I've been contending with a fair bit of, um, pain and stuff recently. So I resorted to my default level of Sparking ... Log in, spin the wheel, update my status, try and do something else, but basically be too lacking in get up and go to do much more.

The important thing for me was getting in whatever exercise I could manage, and at least writing it up in my notebook, even if I didn't transfer the info to Spark. I have occasionally dipped into my inbox, but it has been a struggle, as the 80-odd links to friends blogs that are still untouched attest. I do hope all is well with you and I should manage to start catching up with you all in the next few days (I hope).

So, a pain update:

Bumpy is behaving himself. Occasional twinges, but basically going on as normal now that he has settled back down. I'm carrying on making sure I wear tight clothes to stop him doing his Alien impression during exercise, and grabbing him when I cough or sneeze, to keep him safe. We did consider changing his name to Herman, now that I know he is a hernia, but he has been called Bumpy for so long that I couldn't get used to a change of name now. :-)

Costo has finally calmed down, aside from the odd twinge too. It was a month-long run this time, which is a worry. On the up-side though, it still stopped eventually.

Wee was given the all-clear so the infection wasn't anything worse. Yay!

And my health check went really well, though it was nowhere near as thorough as I had expected.

My cholesterol is fine, well within normal parameters.

So is my blood-sugar.

My weight was a joke though. The old scales I stood on said 12 stone 11, even though I was 12.4 that morning on my Weightwatcher ones. She did allow a few pounds for my clothes though, and said I was as close to healthy as made no odds weight-wise, with a BMI of 25.5 and they want it under 25, so I was on target for that too, more or less.

And that was it! No questions, so I wasn't able to ask about anything that worried me, i.e. my varicose veins, etc.

But she did say that according to their data there was only a 2% chance of me having a heart attack in the next five years! :-) That is good to know. It might make the costo pain less stressful if I keep telling myself the odds of the chest pain it causes really being a heart attack are only one in fifty!!! :-)

In other news...

I treated myself to a slow cooker. It is a nice big one, built to cook meals for 5-6 people. Even though there are only two of us in the house, and sometimes what I cook for me, Tara won't eat, there is method in my madness. Firstly, we do have extra guests sometimes, so a bigger crock pot will be handy then. Secondly, it will be very economical to cook a large chicken in the crock pot, and then divide it up into portions for the freezer. Also, casseroles cook up beautifully in a crock pot, with plenty of leftovers for the freezer too. And keeping the freezer stocked makes it run more efficiently, and therefore more economically.

We are getting solar panels for the roof!!!

The council are doing it as part of their getting greener initiative. Around 2000 of their south-facing roofs are being targetted, and I'm really excited, not least because we will get around 150 worth of free electricity each year! The way it works, apparently, is that during daylight hours our gadgets will run off the electricity generated by the panels, reverting to the usual electricity supply in the evenings. The amount of electricity generated is enough to run a washing machine or a hoover, for instance, but not necessarily the two at once, so we are advised to run our gadgets during the day one at a time to make the most of the free electricity. At the end of each day, any electricity we haven't used gets sold to the national grid, with the Council getting a percentage of the income to feed back into their Green Initiatives budget.

How superbly cool is that?!?!?! As I work from home, I'll really be able to maximise the benefits! Hee hee!

TOM is playing havoc with my weight. I got to a low of 12 stone 3 3/4 last week - a weight I haven't seen in years - but today I am up to 12 stone 8 3/4!!! That is a number I had hoped not to see again! LOL

But I've kept up with my exercise most days. My minimum daily step target is now 7100 steps. My Land's End to John O'Groats walk is going well.
I've walked 316 miles in 82 days, wich equals 3.85 miles per day. So I've dropped a bit from the 4 miles per day average, but there is still plenty of time to build back up again, as I still have 595 miles to go! :-)

And talking of exercise, I'm off to do some now.

Have a terrific Thursday!
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 10/12/2011 2:20PM

    I'm so glad you're feeling better! And sounds like a good health assessment to me. Sorry you didn't get to ask about your varicose veins, though.

Enjoy that crock pot! It's a great way to cook. And how awesome that you're getting solar electricity!


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CHERIRIDDELL 10/11/2011 1:09AM

    Glad to hear you are feeling better I love the crockpot too!

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LINDABENEDICT 10/10/2011 1:56PM

    Glad you are on the mend and making progress health wise !! Hope you keep getting better and better !

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_LINDA 10/9/2011 12:12PM

    So nice to have you back with us -a month of that awful pain is just horrible :((
Solar energy -that will be awsome!! Nice savings!!
Enjoy your crockpot!
Way to go keeping up your walking in spite of it all!
Feel better soon,
Linda xxx

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BOVEY63 10/8/2011 1:08PM

    Happy to hear that you're feeling better - hope Herman takes it a little easier on you. Love you humor in naming you ailments.

The solar panels and savings you will get is great!
Hope things continue to get better and better for you my friend!

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ANNEMAC5 10/7/2011 4:17PM

    Glad you are feeling bette, great blog as always. Hopefully by next week end you will have lost those few lbs that crept on.like the idea of the free electricity. Love the hula hoop cartoon.
Take care Anne x

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NEW-CAZ 10/7/2011 1:40PM

    Glad you're feeling a bit brighter Lex, take care of yourself hun, have a great weekend....it's getting chilly now emoticon

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SLENDERCLAIRE 10/7/2011 11:00AM

    Another great upbeat blog! Glad to hear that some of the scarier options have been ruled out. Let us know when it's time to say goodbye to Bumpy!

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WANDAH3 10/7/2011 9:39AM

    Lexie...so glad that things are settling down pain wise for you.

How exciting about the "green" steps the council is taking. Woo Hoo. I have been yapping at Garry like a little Terrier dog these past couple of years to look into putting panels on our house for help off setting the cost of electricity. It's expensive though, but just knowing that I am getting "free" electricity is a real bit of excitement. He is coming around...probably out of sheer exhaustion from listening to me!

I love my crock pot. I have a big one also and it comes in so handy for making those meals that can be popped into the freezer or eaten as left-overs. I love making soups and stews in the winter months.

Have a wonderful weekend.


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SENATOR9 10/7/2011 9:21AM

    Glad your feeling better

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CHEVY63 10/7/2011 8:54AM

    Sorry to hear that you haven't been feeling well, but I'm glad the doctor's visit went well. Sounds cool about the solar panels - especially saving money!!

I use the crock pot a lot. It really helps to have a good meal waiting at the end of the day. Enjoy it!

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Day 70 Autumn is here, and I love it! :-)

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The leaves are already starting to turn the myriad shades of yellow, orange and red that makes autumn my absolutely favourite time of year. As you can see I have decorated my spark page in an autumn motif, and I'm already feeling calmer, which is no mean feat considering all that I am currently dealing with. I wish I could go sit on the bench under that tree for a while. That would be fabulous!

So, my health has taken something of a leap off the high-diving board, but has fortunately landed me in deep enough water that I haven't banged my head, and I can tread water or swim to shore bit by bit as the various issues are addressed.

Let's count how many health problems Lexie is dealing with, just for fun. emoticon

Costochondritis and Tietze's, which I lump together, if you'll pardon the pun. Still being a prize pain in the chest. When the doctor accidentally tapped the Tietze lump yesterday I nearly hit the ceiling! Been more than three weeks this time, which is unusual for me.

My heart is doing its palpitations thing, but that may have been due to the accidental consumption of some caffeine yesterday. I stopped drinking caffeine drinks after being told it might help stop the palpitations, but occasionally I accept a cuppa at a friend's and forget that it has caffeine in.

Sinuses are a bit bunged but are doing better than they were.

Urinary tract infection - the fun just keeps coming, doesn't it. LOLOL
On antibiotics for that, and the doc has sent a sample to the lab cos he didn't like the look of it. Get the results next wed.

Hernia! This was a surprise! I went to the doctor's yesterday with an infection and came out with a hernia, which is a neat trick if you can manage it. LOL It turns out that what I thought was belly fat I couldn't get rid of after Tara's birth has been harbouring a wee guest, in the form of a hernia. I did wonder why that bit felt different from the rest, but I didn't realise you could get hernias from C-sections. The doc told me to cough because he wanted to check for hernias lower down as a possible cause of the pain, and instead got this gopher popping up to say hello from the middle of my tummy. The look of horrified fascination on his face was an absolute picture:

"Cool! Flash! Do that again!"

No, he didn't really say that, but he did ask me to cough again for a repeat performance. I'm not going to forget the look on his face for a while! LOL I did wonder why when I have a coughing fit I have to clutch my stomach to stop it hurting, but as there was no pain or anything otherwise, I never mentioned it to anyone. I named the bulge Bumpy and never gave it a second thought.

Who knew I had Alien hiding in my womanly folds for fifteen years!!!

So, I have an appointment to see the surgeon in a few weeks to discuss options on the whole 'cut me open and fix it' thing. The doc thinks it may be causing some of my pain, though I'm not convinced, but as it can be fixed using keyhole surgery, and he was so nice, I agreed to the appointment. :-)

Plus, on Wednesday I'm booked in for a health check. Apparently I'll get my cholesterol checked among other things. I'll get my test results back at the same time. I should probably mention to them that my varicose veins are getting out of hand then too. Might as well get the whole bod overhaul experience and have done with it. I wonder if they can do them at the same time as the hernia? :-)

So, that's enough of my health woes.

Would you believe that in spite of all this I got my minimum steps in every day this week? I did a lot of walking - Tesco Extra Wednesday, Town and back Monday AND Thursday, and the doctor/chemist circuit yesterday, plus I've been doing a slightly less active version of my Just dance 2 songs when I felt up to it. So not a lot of specific cardio, but at least I've been moving.

In my Land's End to John O'Groats walk, I've reached Hereford and have walked 273.8 miles in 70 days. It falls 6 miles short of my 4 mile a day average target, but hopefully I'll be able to build it back up when the pain eases. I'm still very pleased with how that's going. :-)

My weight has played up a bit this week, but I am back to 12 stone 6 3/4lbs today. I had a pasty on Monday which was a nommy treat, and we had hot dogs for dinner on Thursday (sausages in baps actually), so not the healthiest couple of meals, but all in all not too bad. Water is more or less on target, and the fruit and veg is good aside from the pasty day and the sausage day. Can I count ketchup as a freggie? LOL

We have something exciting on our calendar for October to take my mind off the impending hospital visit. My eldest works for a company called Ways With Words, which hosts Literary Festivals around the country. This year they are running the box office for a children's festival in London


Tara and I are travelling into London on the Monday to spend the day at the festival and see her second-fave author - Jacqueline Wilson (her fave being JK Rowling, who else! LOL). We also have tickets for Christopher Lloyd's entertaining evolution talk. As Bry will be there doing her thing for Ways With Words, I'll get to spend time with both my girls for a few hours. It is 2 hours of travel each way, but it will be worth it. :-)

The only slight irritant is that I had planned to go back to Constable Country that week to see the autumn colours, and will now have to play dodge the TOM to try and visit on my birthday the following week instead. But I'm sure it will all pan out in the end. :-)

So, some good things to look forward to, in spite of everything. :-)

Now to see what I can do about my bulging inbox...
Have a great weekend.
Lex xxx
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CARLA-216 10/12/2011 2:13PM

    I *LOVE* your page all decorated for autumn! L-O-V-E!

I hope your health issues have improved since you wrote this.

How fun to get to travel to London. The festival sounds really neat! And so awesome to get to see Bry, and that Tara gets to see her 2nd favorite author. The Christopher Lloyd talk on evolution sounds good, too!

I hope you get to Constable Country for the fall colors. Hopefully TOM won't appear and mess that up.


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SLENDERCLAIRE 10/7/2011 5:11AM

    What an entertaining blog - so glad to see you don't let your health worries get you down too much! Well, if you can't fix it, you can laugh at it!

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YOYONOMORE1 10/2/2011 5:50PM

    Hey Lexie glad to see you back on our Positive Blogger's thread, I was wondering what in the heck happened to you. I love fall too and all the glorious colors, such a beautiful time of year. Sounds like Oct. is going to be a busy month for you, is your birthday in Sept. or Oct. I have two grandkids and their mom's birthday in Oct. We just celebrated GGS's 3rd birthday Friday night. Hopeing all your health issues get taken care of and dispite of them you have been sticking to your plan, good job. Have a great week.


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BOVEY63 9/26/2011 11:20AM

    I hope everything is looking up this week and that you and your little alien are feeling better.
Have a wonderful time at the festival with Tara!

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SENATOR9 9/25/2011 11:34AM

    Lets hope things will start to look better
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CHERIRIDDELL 9/25/2011 11:34AM

    I was just thinking about you .I love your new autumn page,so sorry health woes are plaguing you but as usual you continue to make them a subject of some humour .I hope you have a wonderful time with both your girls !

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WANDAH3 9/25/2011 11:00AM

    Lexie...I love reading your blogs. You are so real. Yes, you are facing some major health issues...but you aren't allowing them to run you life and drag you down. Sending healing thoughts and prayers your way. May the Spirit of Health bring you peace, comfort and healing.

Enjoy your time with your girls. What a nice trip you have planned.


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RAINBOWCHOC 9/25/2011 10:51AM

    good to hear all your latest news, evenif some of it is not so good. I hope you get a lovely surgeon who treats you like the intellegent woman you are and not some minor inconvenience as some do.
Hope you get to see the autumnal trees, my favourite place for that is the road to Abergavenny from Cwmbran, it goes on to Hereford so not far from you. The road back never quite seems the same...daft but true!
best wishes for the festival, should be wonderful

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SCREWIE 9/25/2011 5:08AM

    Wow, Lex, you have a full plate.
Well done for managing to get your steps in despite everything!

The festival sounds like fun :)

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_LINDA 9/24/2011 11:35PM

    Sorry you are having such a rotten week :( See if thay surgeon can't give you a nice tummy tuck while he is fixing that hernia!! That would totally freak me seeing that pop out (I have seen all the Alien movies several times)
Well done with your steps!
Feel better soon, and enjoy that festival!
Linda xxx

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LIFEISSWEET2 9/24/2011 7:37PM

    Love the new page decor, I feel calmer just looking at it too! Love autumn.

Sorry to hear about all that you are going thru healthy wise but it is good that you are still getting in your exercise and taking care of yourself. Had a friend who had hernia surgery last year and she had a quick recovery...and said she wished she had done it sooner (was also carrying around that little alien since the birth of her last child!).

Festival sounds fun, hope you have a wonderful time!

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LAURIED1176 9/24/2011 12:31PM

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