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Win Bonus: Food Blog Day 2

Friday, October 22, 2010

My food blog for Thursday, October 21

BREAKFAST:


Regular Coffee, 1 cup (8 fl oz) (2)
Cream - Mini Moo (Land O Lakes) (15)


(Official image from Leslie's website)


(How mine turned out, lol...with a side of applesauce)

Leslie's Pumpkin Pancakes (82) (for recipe click link below)
Parkay, Light Original Spread Margarine, 1 Tbsp (50)
Mott's Healthy Harvest Applesauce, Granny Smith, 111 grams 50
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/recipe_d
etails.asp?nutrition_id=43022653


Breakfast TOTAL CALORIES: 199

LUNCH:



Turkey Chili:
Avocados, California (Haas), 0.25 fruit without skin and seeds 72
Hormel Turkey Chili with Beans, 0.5 cup 101
Pine Nuts, 0.25 tbsp 14
Daisy Light Sour Cream, 1 tbsp (20)

Tuna Wrap:
Mission , 8" Low Carb Soft Taco Size Tortilla (110)
Bumble Bee Sensations Tuna Medleys, Sundried Tomato & Basil (110)

Lunch TOTAL CALORIES: 428

AFTERNOON SNACKS:


Milk Dud Mini Fun Size (1 box) (53)


Grapes, 1 cup, seedless (60)


Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Light Original (50)

Afternoon Snack TOTAL CALORIES: 163

DINNER:



Turkey and Cheese Quesadillas:

Mission , 6.5" Low Carb Fajita Size Tortilla, 2 serving (160)
Turkey- Boar's Head Premium Low Sodium Turkey, 2 oz (60)
American Cheese, 1 slice (3/4 oz) (79)
Avocados, California (Haas), 0.35 fruit without skin and seeds (101)
Hot Pepper Sauce, 1 tsp ( 1)
Parkay, Light Original Spread Margarine, 1 Tbsp (50)

Sauteed Green Beans:
Garlic Minced - 1 tsp (6)
Green Beans (snap), 1 cup (34)


One a Day Women's Multivitamin, 1 serving

Dinner TOTAL CALORIES: 490

DESSERT:

I made this for me and Lucy, my 4 yr. old daughter, and she said it was emoticon


Graham Cracker, honey, 1 large rectangular piece (59)
Aldi Fit and Active Neufchatel Cheese, 0.5 oz (35)
Whip Cream - (Lucerne Light (Aerosal) 2 Tbsp, (15)
Pineapple, fresh, 0.25 cup, diced (19)

Dessert TOTAL CALORIES: 128

TOTALS FOR THE DAY:

CALORIES: 1,409 (range is 1,300 - 1,650)

CARBS: 155 (goal is 174-252)

FAT: 61 (goal is 34-60)

PROTEIN: 75 (Goal is 60-136)

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POSITIVE-FORCE 10/23/2010 3:06PM

    Milk duds!! YOU NAUGHTY BISCUIT!

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ZURDTA- 10/23/2010 4:48AM

    That picture of coffee just makes me want to brew up... everytime! lol.

Doing great! emoticon Lunch looks particularly tasty, I must say... yum!

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COLT2008 10/22/2010 9:08PM

    WOW! Good thing I just ate supper the pictures looked emoticon!! emoticon

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YATMAMA 10/22/2010 8:29PM

    Yum!!

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AMBER281 10/22/2010 8:21PM

    Thats a good looking blog. Makes me hungry just looking at it. Good thing supper is almost ready.

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KSGROTHE 10/22/2010 4:45PM

    Good job on your blog! It's so detailed!

Keep up the good work!

- Karen

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INSPIREBYNATURE 10/22/2010 2:46PM

    It all looks so dang yummy!!!!!111

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SEWINGMAMACDS 10/22/2010 2:35PM

    Yummy! emoticon

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SMALLERMELORIE 10/22/2010 2:29PM

    yummo, the lunch look good.

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HEART4HOME 10/22/2010 1:41PM

    emoticon It looks yummy, especially the dessert. Way to go!

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Win Bonus: Food Blog Day 1

Thursday, October 21, 2010

So I've had a crazy busy week and I was so excited for the Win food blog challenge. I had a terrible eating day yesterday, and I thought this would be a chance to start again and document it in pictures. BUT then I read the challenge - you have to blog for 4 days of the week. Being that the challenge ends Saturday that means if I start today I will only have 3 days worth of blogs and won't get the points for my team.

SO...I am taking one for the team and actually putting down in a blog what I ate yesterday. I didn't take my own pictures, but Googled for images. While my food tracker is public sometimes when I have a bad day I hope no one clicked on my shared tracker. So - here it is in all its naked truth for the world to see. And I'm hoping that I will learn from this documentation!

I ate like crap yesterday, I knew it and wanted to stop it, but there it is. I brought a healthy lunch to the meeting, since I knew Giordano’s pizza was going to be served, but my boss insisted I get a piece, I said no about 3 times, and he felt bad since I was working so hard, so I was like “fine, I’ll take one small thin crust piece). And I ate it, although I was going to just throw it away. It was easier just to eat it. How sad is that? I did have my heathy tuna I brought…but still…then there was a whole stuffed cheese deep dish pizza left, and he wanted me to take the pizza home, but instead I shared it with co-workers BUT I did take 2 slices home for my hubby….well…I had ˝ a slice for dinner. AND mac and cheese. Not a vegetable in sight. Not good.

So today is a new day, I’m dusting myself off and starting over. But here's what yesterday looked like....drum roll please....

Breakfast:


Trader Joes Organic Cornflakes with Soy Milk Plain Light topped with Pecans


Regular Coffee, 1 cup (8 fl oz) with 1 mini moo cream

Breakfast TOTALS: 319 calories

So far so good!

Lunch:


starkist chunk light Tuna in water with Kraft Mayo with Olive Oil (reduced fat mayonnaise)


and Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Light Original

Now it gets bad...(see note above)...


Cheese Pizza, 1 slice

Morning Snack:


Luna Bar, Lemon Zest, 1 serving 180

Morning Snack TOTALS: 180

Lunch TOTALS: 315

Still not too bad, I had only packed 1/2 a serving of tuna and the piece of pizza I took was thin slice just cheese. BUT mentally eating that cheese pizza wreaked havoc on me.

Afternoon Snacks:


Luna Bar Nutz Over Chocolate, 1 serving 180

(I packed 2 luna bars so that I wouldn't have too many snacks. Typically I would only have one a day....but I wanted to be prepared. Later I ate the other one...not really out of hunger, but out of anxiousness).

At the train station there's a Garrett's popcorn and I purchased a small bag for my DH. I seriously had no intention of eating it. But when I got home I had one piece and that led to another.


Garrett's Popcorn Caramel and Cheese Mix, 0.75 cup 170


Chocolate Chip Cookie, 0.5 box 116
(To my credit I only had 1/2 the bag.

Afternoon Snack TOTALS: 466

Really terrible, my snack totals equal the calories of a meal.

Dinner:


Giordano's Cheese stuffed Pizza - 1/2 slice (at least I cut it in half)


Milk, 1%, 1 cup


Velveeta Shells and Cheese, 0.5 serving

Dinner TOTALS: 565

Still not too bad. Had I stopped here and not done all the snacking, I would have been fine. Not the best choices, but still fine.

Late Night Snacks:


Blueberry Cream Pie Ice Cream (5. cup), 1 serving 170


Kathy's Popcorn (1 cup serving), 1 serving

Late Night Snack TOTALS: 251

Total Calories eaten: 2,097.

My daily goal is 1,300 - 1650.

The snacks did me in.

Here's a note I wrote to myself yesterday after I realized I was right at my calorie range. BUT I still kept eating...

"OK, enough snacking. Enough! Your meeting is over with, just relax now and don't use food to comfort your stress like a blanket! Eat a piece of fruit, would it kill you?"

My Spark Breakdown (I went OVER almost all of my goals, the only one I didn't was fiber, which I was under):



  
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FARLEY_GIRL 11/1/2010 3:18PM

    Yea, how can you get Garrett's Chicago mix and NOT have any? Mmmm...... 3/4 of cup was being really good :-)

Living and/or working in Chicago is tough w/ all the delicious fattening food around.... Giradano's, Garrett's, etc..etc.... :)

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POSITIVE-FORCE 10/23/2010 3:06PM

    Okay your food blog made me hungry!! lol

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INSPIREBYNATURE 10/22/2010 10:48AM

    you made me hungry! hahaha

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SMALLERMELORIE 10/22/2010 8:45AM

    I love the Mayo with olive oil. I have a little trouble with the late night stuff. That is where my husbands fruit snacks get me.

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FLYSOHIGH 10/22/2010 12:45AM

    oh man, such a lovely blog! sorry to hear the snacks did you in, but boy, did blo was a pleasure to read!:-) such lovely photos and all!

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LOTUSFLOWER 10/21/2010 3:22PM

    Thanks everyone!! Hammlin I like it a lot, I don't think it tastes different from the regular mayo at all.

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LECIADB 10/21/2010 3:00PM

    It has half the fat of regular mayo and it tastes a little better than the light, I think.

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KSGROTHE 10/21/2010 2:56PM

    Well, you got it all out there. It was a braver move than I might've done. I am planning to get my food blogs done before Saturday so I don't have to record Saturday's eating so publicly. I tend to get a bit off track on the weekend.

I know how hard it is to refuse food when people are insisting. It's hard when you're trying to avoid eating what your husband is eating, too.

I'm sure you'll get right back on track. You've been doing so well during the challenge! emoticon

- Karen

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HAMMLIN 10/21/2010 2:31PM

    How does the Kraft Mayo with Olive Oil compare to standard mayo? Im a big big big mayo fan, its my weakness.

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WIN: Winter Activity Challenge

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Part of our WIN Challenge this week was to choose a winter activity that we normally wouldn't try and then create a plan to do it.

I initially wanted to try ice-skating, since I haven't done that since I was a kid. But while planning this I discovered that the ice skating rink doesn't open up until the week after our planned visit to MI. While I WILL still do that this winter, it may not be before the end of this WIN challenge season.

SO, my new winter activity is going to be to do a combined run/hike on the Kal-Haven trail. I would love to cross-country ski as well, but I'm not sure if it will snow by my planned date.

I've also decided that this winter I will definitely: ice skate, cross country ski and run in the snow. And go sledding again, that was fun last year and I'm down for it again!

We have another trip to MI planned in January, which is after the WIN season ends, but maybe I can make another trip in December. We'll see.

My plan is to:

1. Set a date when to do this activity - Saturday, November 20, 2010
2. Choose a location - Kal-Haven Trail, South Haven, Michigan. Kal-Haven Trail State Park is a 34-mile crushed limestone path connecting South Haven and Kalamazoo. The trail meanders through wooded areas, past farm lands and over rivers and streams. Trail highlights include a camelback bridge and covered bridge. Trails are great for cross-country skiing, hiking and biking.

3. Commit to the Plan - Our trip is already scheduled, and I'm going to ask my sister(s) to help me by going with me.

4. Train for the day - I plan to run 2-3 days a week, even through the winter season, when all I really want to do after the Hot Chocolate run is hibernate. But I will not give in!



Kal-Haven State Park

www.southhaven.org/attraction_detail
s.cfm?rowID=2038&id=9999

  
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SHERYLDS 10/22/2010 5:50AM

    cross country Sking sounds wonderful. emoticon emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 10/21/2010 11:33PM

    Sound like you have some really fun fitness plans. I'm going to try snow-shoeing for the first time this winter. Can't wait to see my running trail covered in snow!

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SGTSUNNY 10/21/2010 4:06PM

    Great plan! You can do this! Wow I would not know what to do with snow!

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LOTUSFLOWER 10/21/2010 3:27PM

    Thanks everyone!! Karen I don't run on a treadmill, I am so not coordinated, but I do run on an indoor track at my gym. My work has a free gym with a treadmill in it though, so I should just get over my uncoordination and try to run on a treadmill, lol!!!

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KSGROTHE 10/21/2010 2:54PM

    It sounds like you have a great plan! Can you do some of your training runs indoors on a treadmill?

Keep up the good work! emoticon

- Karen

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JMEPAYNE 10/21/2010 2:12PM

    oooh! LOVE this idea. and i've been wanting to take another trip to michigan so i'm totally going to check this out!

i am having the same problem with picking a winter activity. i keep thinking of things that require SNOW, but likely (HOPEFULLY!) there won't be enough snow for them in chicago when the challenge ends.

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Making Fitness Fun: Wish Walk

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Last week I blogged about my 4 yr. old daughter, Lucy, and how I wanted to incorporate something fun for fitness as well as boost her self-esteem. It also was to fulfill my Halloween challenge, to do something fun that was also a workout.

I created a "Wish Walk" for Lucy, complete with a route that I mapped out on Sparkpeople's Map Route. I made it look like a real map and on brown crinkly paper. There were five stops along the way, and at each stop there would be an activity, or I would tell Lucy something about her that was beautiful. She also got to add a sticker to each stop.

We started at home, and then walked down to the "wishing field", which is a field next to a dance studio that has lots of dandelion weeds to blow and wish on. We watched the ballerinas dance while making our wishes. Lucy and I danced and I told her what a talented dancer she is. We danced like no one was watching.



Then it was off to Lions park, and I had a special present for Lucy. She loved a pirate set that we gave a preschool friend for his birthday, and it was on sale at the store so I bought it and the wish walk was the perfect time to give it to her. She dressed as a pirate complete with eye patch and bandanna and I told her how her kinky curls give her an edge.



Then we walked to another park to explore, but by now it was getting dark out.

Then we went to the library and we searched under "E" for the book"I'm Gonna Like Me" by Jamie Lee Curtis. I told Lucy how smart she is, and to embrace who she is. And wouldn't you know it? A kid in that book has a missing tooth just like my Lucy.



Then we walked back home. I told her how home wouldn't be the same without her and how much she adds to the family. We then got Lucy and Marlo into some dress up clothes and pretended to trick or treat in our backyard.



The entire route was about a mile 1/2. Lucy rode her tricycle and I walked. We also stopped to play at the playground, and I literally was running in circles around the sand pit. That's when Lucy pointed to me and say (with a sigh remniscent of a high schooler), "MOM, now you're just working out." She pointed out that I was no longer having "fun", but trying too hard. Maybe I was at that point, but I'm thrilled by the fact that I now look at circular objects in the dirt (be it a track, a pool, or even a sand pit) as a running track and a reason to run! I was having fun, even though to Lucy it looked like "work".

I recommend this for anyone that wants to have fun and also incorporate fitness! I am now making this a weekly thing with my girls, we will do something fun with fitness. Even in the winter we'll do things indoors - Lucy already likes to walk with Leslie Sansone and I (and even inspired Leslie to send us some goodies a few months back) and now that Marlo can walk, she's been doing it too!

I want to be a good role model for my girls and I hope this is one step in doing that. That is my wish.

What's your wish?




Our Wish Walk Map.

  
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KSGROTHE 10/11/2010 4:33PM

    What a great idea a Wish Walk is! (Do you have any ideas on how to do a similar thing with a pre-teen boy? LOL!) I love your map and how you told Lucy something about her that was beautiful! I wish my mom had done something like this with me!

You are being a great role model for your girls! Keep up the good work! emoticon

- Karen

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TEMPEST272002 10/11/2010 3:55PM

    Your wish walk sounds so special and fun! What a wonderful activity to do with your daughter. It makes me wish I still had a little ones, so I could do this with them.

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STEMMEFATALE 10/11/2010 11:26AM

    of course, I LOVED your blog!! What a cute idea... I'm sure Lucy B had such a great time... adorable pic with her in the pirate bandana! emoticon

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GIZZI315 10/11/2010 9:16AM

    My "littlest" is almost 11 but she would LOVE something like this too - what a great idea and thanks for sharing!

Gooooooooo Re-vampers!
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JLITT62 10/11/2010 8:24AM

    OMG, I love it! Totally awesome. Wish my mom had done stuff like that with me when I was a kid. Just think of what a great example you are setting -- and how much she'll enjoy exercise with such a fun example.

You are really creative!

Hmm, maybe I need to come up with something like this for DH? It might be silly for an adult, but I've got to put my thinking cap on.

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ZURDTA- 10/11/2010 2:55AM

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KITHKINCAID 10/10/2010 10:26PM

    SO sweet. It sounds like you both had a wonderful time!!!

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BIGLITTLEWOMAN 10/10/2010 9:25PM

    I've complimented your writing before. How about children's books? You have such a marvelous perspective and warm heart. Jamie Lee Curtis has nothing on you Mama Lotus.

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JENJESS48 10/10/2010 8:02PM

    What a lovely idea! And your girls are GORGEOUS. Go you!

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IILAAD65 10/10/2010 6:34PM

    this made me smile!!! I soooooooo miss the girls being little. I am glad you found a special way to enjoy Lucy and you got to exercise too!!

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LOOZINITNOW 10/10/2010 6:20PM

    I love it! What a special time for your daughter!

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CARILOUIE 10/10/2010 6:16PM

    What a fun idea!!

Loved the pics.

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GODSCLAY47 10/10/2010 4:51PM

    Awesome ideal! Let me borrow your precious Lucy to get myself in gear! [[ SHE'S A DOLL ]] you are making memories for her that will last a lifetime!

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TEDDYBEARGIRL 10/10/2010 4:51PM

    What an awesome idea you had for your daughter! Lots of fun too!!!!!!

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AMBER281 10/10/2010 4:23PM

    What a great idea! You are great role model for your kids. Not only are you getting fit together but having fun at the same time!

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DAISYDIVA74 10/10/2010 4:00PM

    That is AWESOME!!!!!!! Such a great idea! And a wonderful way to get them to enjoy being active! Thanks for sharing!! You rock!!!

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My WIN Wish: A Visual Poem to my NEW SELF!

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

So this week for the WIN challenge (GO SUNNY GALS!!!) we have to state a wish of ours for the challenge.

My wish is to reach a very special place, and it’s just in time to rhyme in a dorky way that I like. Instead of Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland, I’ll be Running to a Thinner ONEderland! For those of you that haven’t heard the term, ONEderland is a special, magical place that you go to when you are IN the 100’s! I will be OUT of the 200s and for me that will mean also LOSING 100 lbs., so the ONE has special significance for me.





Why do I want to do this? As if you need to ask, LOL, but I will tell you anyway.


For my family.






For my life.




To have a better relationship with food.




To not fear the scale. Or it breaking.




So that I can have a “100 lbs. lost” icon on my Spark page.




So that perhaps I could get on the cover of People magazine. Hey, I can dream.




So that this New Year’s I can celebrate with my family, a year to the date when we sat around, drinking champagne, and I told them that my goal this year was to lose the weight. To lose 100 lbs. To be able to say I DID IT, that would be amazing.


(Last New Year's with two of my sisters, Kara and Missy)


For my best friend.


(Me, left, Cheri right during the best year of my life)


To make my older sister proud.


(Kris, left, me right at the Susan G. Komen 5k)


(Me, left, Kris right when we were younger)


So that I can take a cool picture of myself with my largest pair of pants that I’ve been saving, so that I could perhaps step both legs into one leg and say BOO-YAH!




So that I can feel FREE and so light that I could FLY if I wanted.




To tell my former self that she did it, that it’s all OK, and she turned out to be an athlete. That it’s OK that she didn’t believe she could do it, but that she has, and she has crossed the finish line.


(Me at my awkward stage, I thought I was fat here, I remember)


To inspire and motivate others who have been where I was.




To set a good example for my family.


(Me - far left - and my sisters and cousin with my mom.)


Me, my sister Kris and my Dad after the Shamrock Shuffle 8k (what inspired me to run)


For all the people who said I couldn’t. For all those girls who made fun of me at school, or worse, became my Frenemy and tried to change me. And I let them. For a while. But now I am back.



So that I can dance again.


(Cheri, left, me right)


But most of all, for ME. For the me who reached a point where I could decide. I could stay this obese (yes I said it) person who had no desire for life, who found the best time of her day when she was lying in bed (and often took sick days off of work to just lie in my depression, and then would order Chinese takeout and eat it alone in front of the TV, dreaming of the life I wish I had)….

OR….

Pick what’s behind the other door, the one that’s all shiny and bright. MAKE A CHANGE!!

I started this journey many years ago, mostly in my head. I would daydream about what it would be like to be thinner, to be healthy, how different I would be. I never really thought I would get there, though. I truly didn’t. For me to realize that I’m almost 80 lbs. down and that my goal is WITHIN SIGHT is just amazing beyond anything words could say.

Thank you my wonderful Spark friends, ,my AMAZING Sunny Gals who show me every day that it IS possible, my wonderful teams, everyone who makes this journey FUN. And that is YOU!


The Sunny Gals!


  
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CARILOUIE 10/8/2010 8:47PM

    You are just amazing!!!!! :)

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POSITIVE-FORCE 10/7/2010 3:17PM

    Aww...I just love you blog! It's great! YOUR AMAZING!!

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BIGLITTLEWOMAN 10/7/2010 2:19PM

    You are a Winner a Thinner Onederland that is for sure.

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AMBER281 10/7/2010 1:11PM

    Those are great goals and you will be running into one-derland in no time!

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POOHBEARHUNNEY 10/7/2010 11:14AM

    Oh wow!!!!! I am just crying! This is beautiful! I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! I know exactly 100% how you feel, and will know how you feel when you hit that goal... that Onederland Goal... there is just nothing like it!!!! Congrat's so far, and I look forward to watching you continue!!!!!!! YOU CAN DO THIS!!!!!!!!

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KROLES55 10/7/2010 9:13AM

    Love your blog. You can do this!

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JEREMY723 10/7/2010 7:59AM

    A great blog made 100 times better with each photo. Best of luck, I'm sure you'll get there:)

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JLITT62 10/7/2010 5:27AM

    What a great blog! So inspiring!

We will all be here to high five you when you get that 100 lbs icon for your spark page.

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ROEANDGO 10/6/2010 10:50PM

    AMAZING!! You are such an inspiration!! You can (and WILL) get to 100 pounds lost!! I have faith in you and I'm proud of you!

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LKEITHO 10/6/2010 10:46PM

    Great blog! All the best!

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TEMPEST272002 10/6/2010 10:34PM

    What a fabulous blog!!!! I love it! You are amazing and have already made so many changes to your life. You WILL be toasting that 100lb lost on your 1 year anniversary. You have changed your life! Woo Hoo!

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SHERLYN-WILL 10/6/2010 8:53PM

    THIS is the best blog! I REALLY LOVED all the pictures! THANK you for sharing your life with me! I pick the "OTHER DOOR" too, THE ONE that is SHINY and BRIGHT!

YOU go girl!

Love,
Sherlyn

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BTINTERNET 10/6/2010 8:22PM

    What a fabulous visual wishlist! Thanks for sharing!

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RAINBOWANGEL99 10/6/2010 7:48PM

    Just emoticon this blog!!! CONGRATS on your success so far and GOOD LUCK with the rest of your journey to ONEderland!!! emoticon

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SMALLERMELORIE 10/6/2010 6:45PM

    You betch ya Sunny Gal, you can do this and we will help. Hugs and congrats to you...you rock!

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BELLALUCIA 10/6/2010 5:59PM

    Awesome blog!

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YATMAMA 10/6/2010 5:53PM

    You are so creative!! I just love this. You ROCK!!!

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JMEPAYNE 10/6/2010 5:53PM

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what a great blog!

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KITHKINCAID 10/6/2010 5:20PM

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this blog. I'm rooting for you in all that you do!

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ANDREA963 10/6/2010 5:08PM

    You're doing amazing!!! Love your blog!

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PAULACOLLINS 10/6/2010 5:07PM

    How very cool--I am so glad you have taken this journey because your enthusiasm helps to keep me going. You indeed are a very special lady and a blessing to all those who's lives you have touched. You go GIRL!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PAULACOLLINS 10/6/2010 5:07PM

    How very cool--I am so glad you have taken this journey because your enthusiasium helps to keep me going. You indeed are a very special lady and a blessing to all those who's lives you have touched. You go GIRL!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PAULACOLLINS 10/6/2010 5:06PM

    How very cool--I am so glad you have taken this journey because your enthusiasium helps to keep me going. You indeed are a very special lady and a blessing to all those who's lives you have touched. You go GIRL!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SUKOTO 10/6/2010 4:55PM

    Here here!!!
You can totally do it and you'll be so glad that you did. I'd like to welcome you to Onederland!

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SUKOTO 10/6/2010 4:42PM

    Here here!!!
You can totally do it and you'll be so glad that you did. I'd like to welcome you to Onederland!

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INSPIREBYNATURE 10/6/2010 4:22PM

    awww what a great blog!!!!! I love it! And you WILL do this!

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LOSETHEWTIN08 10/6/2010 4:21PM

    I know you can do it! Great Blog! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LOVESLIFE48 10/6/2010 4:16PM

    This is a great blog!! YOU CAN DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ZURDTA- 10/6/2010 4:15PM

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You really can!

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KSGROTHE 10/6/2010 4:12PM

    What an emoticon blog! You have such a great attitude!

You're well on your way! I'm sure emoticon

- Karen

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SGTSUNNY 10/6/2010 4:04PM

    I totally relate to all you have said. I too started the journey in my head and feel so empowered to actually be living the dream! I wish for you to make it to Onderland, my friend!

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UNICORN212 10/6/2010 4:00PM

    ONEderful blog! I really enjoyed reading it! And even more, I will enjoy watching you accomplish it!

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LOOZINITNOW 10/6/2010 3:44PM

    You are such an inspiration! I'm right there beside ya! emoticon

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STARLIGHT615 10/6/2010 3:42PM

    This is awesome!! You can do this! We can do this together! With the rest of the Sunny gals!! love ya!

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