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Embracing Change and Doing Something Different

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Sometimes we sit with what's comfortable, just because it is familiar, even if it has outlasted its purpose and no longer fits our needs. At times, I've been guilty of this with relationships, jobs, and habits.

I am working on embracing challenges, and embracing changes. I wanted a visual reminder of being capable of doing something different, so I went to a hair salon and had my hair colored, and highlighted. While I have not done it in a while at all, it was a bigger change this time around, because I went to a d-a-r-k-e-r shade. My hair is not jet black or anything, just a couple of shades into brown when it had been dirty blond for all of my life.

It's a visual cue that I am absolutely capable of making about faces and handling changes even though it might not be the most comfortable course of action.

Whatever little change you can make on your own behalf, I encourage you to do it. Now we have an easy time of turning the calendar over and beginning anew. Use this time as a fresh do-over, and make a change for yourself that puts you in the right direction.

Let's all embrace a little change and do something different.

Happy New Year, sparkies, Wishing us all of year of good health, happiness, laughter, fitness, love, peace and prosperity!

  
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JGMK55 1/2/2012 10:03AM

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SKY2012 1/2/2012 1:47AM

    you are beautiful and with a beautiful loving heart, hugs

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TEDDYBEARGIRL 1/2/2012 1:36AM

    I am making changes too....i am one month into some changes already as i choose to not wait till the new year so i got a head start LOL

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GEORGIA_KAY 1/1/2012 10:21PM

    I'll bet the darker shade on you looks lovely! How about posting a pic?
I changed the color of my hair a bit too yesterday--got rid of that danged old gray. I too love the idea that we can make changes when we want to---in just about every aspect of our lives!

2012 is going to be a good year for us all :)

We can do this, buddy!
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_KATHY 1/1/2012 11:57AM

    I like the way you think :) I made a little hair change as well yesterday. I put a, wash out in 28 days, color in my hair. I decided I wanted to end the year and start a new one with fresh, non grey streaks, hair. Not a major change, just not grey. Happy New Year to you!

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DOODIE59 1/1/2012 11:51AM

    One change at a time equals a lot of changes by the end of the year --
Deirdre

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BESTCK 1/1/2012 8:29AM

    Way to make a change and pamper yourself in the process!

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SARAWALKS 1/1/2012 12:00AM

    Good for you, Mickey! I once had a friend who said he tried to do one new thing each day, even if it was as small as driving down a different street...just something to break routine. Not a bad idea!
Happy New Year!

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MAVERICK59 12/31/2011 11:48PM

    I bet you look magnificent! Will you be posting a pic for us?
I say good for you and how cool that you didn't feel a need to go lighter!
Change is good.
Hugs,
Belinda

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Driving Force

Thursday, December 29, 2011

I've been setting new year's resolutions and goals ever since I can remember. There is one this year, though, that rises above the rest, and it is what I am committed to achieving.

Be authentic.

Just be me. and proudly be me. So much of what I have accepted in the past has been over a resignation of this is just the way things are. That is so not true. It is a cop-out to think that things are as is, and nothing can be done to change them.

I've made some progress in the last few days of recognizing that I have to be the driving force in my own life. I have stopped sitting around and waiting for things to happen. I can't always drive my destiny but I sure as heck can drive my reaction to it and be responsible for how things unfold.

To do this, I have to value myself enough to realize (and BELIEVE) that my choices are valid, and I am worth standing up for. It occurred to me that some of the people I cherish most are people who have "stood up for me" and while that is a good thing, I have to take that same tack myself. I have to stand up for me and be accountable for myself and to myself. I am building an authentic life, and it starts with the utter confidence and faith that I have it in me.

What tone are you setting for yourself?

  
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LINTPICKER 12/30/2011 9:14AM

    sounds like great goals!

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GEEKSMEGGLY 12/30/2011 12:30AM

    "recognizing that I have to be the driving force in my own life." I like that. Just what I'm becoming conscious of in my own life. I can see it will take vigilance on my part but I'm ready.

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MAVERICK59 12/29/2011 5:52PM

    You ARE incredibly authentic. It comes through in everything you write. I think all of us need to work on the 'BELIEVE' piece. You are leading us there!
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DIFROMWYOMING 12/29/2011 5:46PM

    I have always thought you were authentic! You're so wonderful and such a good friend to me. My theme for 2012 is BELIEVE. I think we all are there...and it's nice to be with my friends on this journey.

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GRINGUITA 12/29/2011 2:57PM

    Being our authentic selves is the best gift we can give ourselves and those around us. We are worthy just the way we are!

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DOODIE59 12/29/2011 2:52PM

    Just be YOU! Bring your best YOU to the table:)
Happy New Year
Deirdre

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GEORGIA_KAY 12/29/2011 2:31PM

    I've always thought you were an authentic person from the very first moment I read one of your wonderfully witty blogs. You have one of the best personalities I've ever encountered. I'm glad that you're starting to believe more in yourself now too, cause frankly, you are a real sweetheart!

We have to believe in ourselves and proudly say YES, WE ARE WORTH IT!!
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KKINNEA 12/29/2011 12:58PM

    Yes!! I'm trying to do this too so I'll refer back to you if I start faltering!

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CIVIAV 12/29/2011 12:11PM

    Be authentic. My learning exactly. With that decision I then want to make the best choices available to me. Here's to it!

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_KATHY 12/29/2011 12:01PM

    I really like that statement. " I have to be the driving force in my own life." I think that is absolutely true.
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BESTCK 12/29/2011 12:00PM

    This is so true. I was just telling a Spark Friend that we have to believe we deserve the life we live/want, in order for it to happen.

Happy New Year, friend.

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RR1_RR1 12/29/2011 11:56AM

    Shew, Ive got a lot of personality traits I need to change- such as adding a filter to my mouth and being calmer. thats the tone Im setting for this year, to be a calmer more laid back person and find comfort in my work! Lets emoticon some a this year!

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THE-MORE-GIRL 12/29/2011 11:54AM

    Standing up for ourselves is a really good skill to develop. You can do it!

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Come Back in 10 Weeks

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Somewhere around the end of February, I'll be coming back to read this blog as a milestone to myself. I am working with a group of lovely ladies, dubbed Sapphires for a BL challenge. It is just a series of mini-competitions and challenges to help keep focusing on spark work and such, This is my third one I think, and I finally have my head in the game with it.

So this is what I have planned for myself in the next 10 weeks.

I am going to stay accountable to myself. Certainly, having these little check points does not hurt and mostly encourages me to do more, be better and stick with it, but when it comes down to it, it is just me - and if I can't be accountable to myself, I've given up.

I am going to move more. Two nights in a row, I had wicked - wake up screaming cramps in my foot/leg. I could not scream out for fear of waking hubby (tough work hours) and I remedied with a cold leg shower (hokey pokey in and out of tub). (double note to self - this works better if you remove pajamas first,...but sometimes that can't be helped!) I experimented last night by doing 50 mins of the wii which including a lot of jumping around during a tennis match and voila, no cramps. I am going to repeat this time and see if this continues to help. Makes sense to me.

I am going to be an advocate on my own behalf. I am dreading (yes, you read that right) going home for Christmas. There is always considerable tension, drama, disappointment when I go home for Christmas. My mother and I are not muy simpatico, and while I love her, I know I just don't live up to her expectations and desires of me. I am leading an authentic life. I am loved by many, just as I am, even fat, people love me. I have had a conversation before with her about this, and she continues to miss the point, so now, I just swallow and go. (an example - she told me I was lucky to find a husband, and she still can't believe that my beautiful (thin) sister is solo and I have someone. Makes me want to say :P

I am going to believe in myself. I am an expert in the work I do. I am a great manager and team leader. I know my stuff. I have no reason to think less than of myself. I am a rockstar just as I am.

I am going to find reasons to laugh, even if I have to manufacture them. Remember "Wooly willy" and other such children's games where the little magnetic pieces could be drawn around the face with a little magnetic pencil and shavings of some sort encased in plastic. I have recently purchased a couple of these throwbacks and other kids' toys to remind me to share a bit of whimsy and silliness. One great things about working with kids, is that it forces to think like them sometimes. These ones are college aged, but just like me they have a need for downtime and laughs. We're kindred spirits.

I am going to stretch and strength train, even if it is only for 5 mins a day,

I am going to de-clutter our house and make it guest worthy. I am not going to freak out if someone comes over (after I clean). I am going to be more organized and happy.

I am going to be grateful. I have so many blessings, including myself. Of course, I am grateful for so many dear and wonderful Sparkies!



  
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AKCHELLE 12/28/2011 7:56PM

    Bananas or V8 juice help tremendously with the leg cramps.
Take care and keep on moving!

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GEORGIA_KAY 12/21/2011 6:49PM

    LOVE this blog!! I know you're going to rock the socks off of this challenge!

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CHERKYLE 12/21/2011 12:13PM

    I think I did all I was supposed to to join the BL challenge but don't know what team yet??

Somehow I got "unsubscribed" from your blogs, but im back LOL

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FOXYFOTOGRAPHER 12/21/2011 1:06AM

    I joined the BL Challenge, too! I'm on the Lime Team! Good luck!!

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PLSMOM 12/20/2011 11:26PM

    Great job on the blog. I really liked this:
"I am going to stay accountable to myself. Certainly, having these little check points does not hurt and mostly encourages me to do more, be better and stick with it, but when it comes down to it, it is just me - and if I can't be accountable to myself, I've given up."
I need to remember this....thanks for the reminder.

Hugs,
Gail

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LBEEKMA 12/20/2011 7:44PM

    Thanks for your inspirational blog. I just logged on to sp for the first time since Aug. and made a 60 day commitment to myself. I loved reading about your positive attitude. My weight/self-worth have always been so inter-related. This is my first xmas without my parents around and it's been tough to lose the people in my life that gave me a little self worth. Now I'm trying to find it within myself. Thanks for sharing your positive energy!

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LINDAINALABAMA 12/19/2011 2:51AM

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such honest sharing. fantastic!!!

you've set some great goals for yourself and very reachable ones too.

i love to laugh also. if you want, you can start a new thread under sapphire chat and name it jokes or funnies and post them there. i will add some too.

let's have a super winter challenge.

linda

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SHELLYKOCH1 12/17/2011 11:37AM

    Awesome! What a great blog. A true inspiration. Thanks for sharing!



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PATRISNA 12/17/2011 9:37AM

    emoticon Blog.

I eat bananas almost every day. if I miss a few days then I get leg cramps. I thought leg cramps are caused from low potassium in your system.

I have been working on our house. I slowly making progress. Very slowly. lol

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COPEMA 12/16/2011 8:54PM

    I love your positive attitude. You're on a mission to lose weight for yourself, not for anyone else and when it comes down to it, that's why we all should be on this journey. MAVERICK59 is a buddy of mine and I agree with her comment -- sounds like your husband is the lucky one!! You go girl, too!

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TAMPATINK67 12/16/2011 12:14PM

    Sounds like a great plan - enjoy the challenge and the season!

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TEECEA 12/16/2011 9:44AM

    Love your blog...wishing you much success & a very Merry Christmas!!!

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THE-MORE-GIRL 12/16/2011 12:23AM

    This is a wonderful plan! Now let's get it done! We can do it!

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SARAWALKS 12/15/2011 10:40PM

    WOOT! Whimsy and silliness, great helps in negotiating the holidays and blowing off insensitive remarks from one's near and dear...
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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/15/2011 9:21PM

    I really like this idea! Good for you! I hope when you come back to this blog, you are amazed at how you surpassed your expectations! Fantastic! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DIFROMWYOMING 12/15/2011 7:59PM

    Oh gosh I remember when my dad was alive...I did not look forward to going there for the holidays. He was very abusive personally and I had put up with that my entire life...but there came a time when I knew I was worth more. So we would go...but I stopped making the commitment to stay (we were close enough to go back home) and if he became outrageous...I would just pack up my kids and leave. I did it for my own sanity-but I also did it to make sure he knew I was done. Maybe that was kind of extreme, but it had been awful at my house before that!
I also get those cramps. A lot. I take magnesium and vitamin D...and I do drink a lot of water before I go to bed. I even tried the bar of soap at the end of the bed even though there is no way that scientifically works! But...I still get them. When I lost weight they lessened...so I suppose I know what to do to help them!
We will survive, my friend, because we are worth it!

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GRINGUITA 12/15/2011 6:10PM

    Occasionally I get those awful leg cramps too. One thing I find that helps is Magnesium but I also take vitamin D so that may be helping me too. I just read recently that drinking a large glass of water before bed also helps -- especially for those of us who have problems with legs swelling during the day.

I wish you the best during our Winter challenge.

Your Sapphire Sister,

Bev Anne

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MAVERICK59 12/15/2011 5:23PM

    I love your blog. It is so uplifting. I love your humor and your sense of self. Good for you, and it sounds to me like your fella is the lucky one!
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WINTERSMAGIC29 12/15/2011 1:52PM

    It does sound like your head is really in the game and I know you're going to rock this challenge!! You might try taking some Vitamin D to help with those cramps, My hubby would wake with cramps in his leg several times a week and I'd get them maybe once a week and we started the D and I haven't had one since!!

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BESTCK 12/15/2011 1:42PM

    I like your letter and from the sounds of it, our families are very similar! Does you Mom know my Dad? He once told me I don't deserve a man like my husband. (I told him he was wrong, I deserved a man exactly like my husband, who is by no means perfect!) And since my folks are divorced I am STILL having to work my holidays around their needs. It doesn't make it very festive. LOL

You are a Rock Star and a very positive influence in my life.


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DOODIE59 12/15/2011 11:13AM

    You do have a lot of blessings, including your husband (shocking though that may seem to some:)). When family members make the kind of comments your mother makes, they are most certainly addressing fears of their own. As long as you're going home, make the best of it, enjoy the things you're looking forward to, and take the opportunity to be your own best (you know, the woman the rest of your world loves:)). Your mom does love you -- her anxieties get in the way of her saying what she really feels.

Best of luck with your Sapphire challenge, and have a wonderful Christmas:)
Deirdre

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KKINNEA 12/15/2011 10:54AM

    These are great - I'm sure you'll look back in February having accomplished each item!

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CIVIAV 12/15/2011 9:38AM

    As a parent I can only hope that I haven't left this kind of legacy. I know mine did and it's a lot of hard work to rise up to it. We are doing great things here!

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THE-MORE-GIRL 12/15/2011 9:12AM

    You ARE a rockstar!

I have a similar thing with my mom. She loves me and is proud of me, but she really believes, deep down, I'd be better and happier if I weren't fat. It's a lifelong struggle for her (she's been dieting since she was young, too), so I've basically forbidden diets/weight as a topic, and we manage. Good luck with being around it on the holidays!

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Slowly Doing It

Monday, December 12, 2011

It took a lot of huffing and puffing to get up that hill. Truth be told, it was more like an incline, and not a very steep one at that. I looked at my bulky shadow cresting the hill, and thought, "well one day, you will be smaller." It truly takes a lot of effort to make changes, and do good things on behalf of your body - at least - by my count it does.

However, there is the knowledge that each day I do it, it may be just a smidge easier. each step builds my heart muscle and adds to my lung capacity. With consistency, I will be a smaller person this time next year. How about that? Pretty cool. No use getting flustered that it is taking so long, and it is, but I just have to trust my body that it will release what it needs to over time. My job is to keep up the steps and keep eating healthfully so that the changes eventually come! It works! I have seen my friends do it!

I am eating a little more structured these days, and it actually helps. It's not atkins, but it is in the low carb family, and it is better for me, my waistline, and my blood sugar levels. I can have some tracked carbs, and do, but for the most part, the emphasis is on fresh. It's been a few days since I have steered clear of junky junk, and I am happy about it. OF COURSE, I AM HOPING FOR A PAYOFF ON THE SCALE, but I think I will feel it first in my clothes, and then in my car. You know how I am about getting in and out of the car. ha ha!

So far, today has been a success. I got some walking in, drank water, ate a varied salad of lettuce, onions, olives, tomatoes, hot peppers and chicken for lunch. Had cereal and soymilk at breakfast. Dinner will be fish and veggies. I am PROUD of myself for making a change for the better. I am astonished that I am making strides during the holiday season, and hoping to lose 15lbs, instead of gaining them.

I have it in me to lose as I have done it before. I am not quite so ready to give up so quickly this time around. It's going to take me a while, but I am going to get there.

What's on your agenda this holiday season, sparkies?

  
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CIVIAV 12/15/2011 8:12AM

    My agenda? Strength trg extraordinaire and managing to eat fresh like you. It feels so darn good!

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MRNOTABOUTFACE 12/14/2011 9:59PM

    Great attitude and plan. Whenever I see a bodybuilder now I think about just how much work that person had to do in order to reach that level. They all had to start with small, imperceptible gains at first and had to just keep the faith that they would reach their goals in time. Now some of them may go a bit too far but I still respect the sheer amount of work put in. Keep trudging that hill!

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TEDDYBEARGIRL 12/13/2011 1:24AM

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Since i work both Christmas eve and Christmas day there will be no tempting big dinner to deal with!

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/12/2011 10:24PM

    Your blogs always make me smile! I really love the way you keep at it, and with a great attitude! It's going to pay off, you know. It is! emoticon

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MAMADWARF 12/12/2011 10:20PM

    You are so smart! I love your positive attitude!!!!!!!

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SARAWALKS 12/12/2011 10:16PM

    Good for you, Mickey, you are doing so well, keep up the great work!
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MAVERICK59 12/12/2011 10:12PM

    I am impressed with the changes you made today. You actually did a lot! It may not 'show' yet, but your body is already a bit healthier for these changes.
I am so happy this challenge is taking place over the holidays, it will really help us to stay focused!
I am happy for you Mickey.
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DIFROMWYOMING 12/12/2011 8:58PM

    I love your plan, Mar! I am still fighting giving up the carbs a bit but right now I'm working on any progress at all as my goal...and I am not giving up on that!
2012 HAS to be my year! I plan on making it so!

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DOODIE59 12/12/2011 7:27PM

    Your attitude is really positive. It's always nice to read about your thoughts. It's the process that will get you where you want to be, so you are right to focus on your exercise challenges and your nutritional targets.

Enjoy you week:)
Deirdre

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High Maintenance (and proud of it!)

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Getting it the way you want to can sometimes be labelled high maintenance.

Ok, so I am high maintenance.

For today that meant, eating only what I wanted at the diner and not overeating at breakfast.

Then after arriving at Wendy's and standing in line (after I dash ed over to check the nutritional listing), leaving and letting hubby go to another place,,,where I ordered a salad at a pizza joint. Momentary setback when we planned on eating there, and then found out I could not squeeze into the booth, without perhaps rupturing an organ. So we switched it to go, and watched the server make a face. I got over the face, and tipped him $2 to put into a bag instead. It definitely didn't kill him,

Spent 4 hours at the my mother-in-law's working on putting up her Christmas tree (she is 90). Hubby and I tag teamed and considering we were both tired out and achy, we did a good job! Happiness all around!

Stopped in a local seafood place at my urging, to get some seafood (cooked to order to take out). I had mahi mahi (1/2 of the fish is i the fridge for tomorrow) with veggies. Go me! I got what I wanted and it was very fresh and cooked to order. WOO HOO!

I was successful; today. I incorporated lunges into grabbing tree branches, and kept moving around while setting up the tree. We did some early food shopping before tree duty, and I walked around walmart grocery area, while taking time to read labels! I am PROUD of myself today. I made huge strides. I kept my word, felt good, did not starve myself and drank water. I kept my carbs to within my range.

This is the start of something wonderful! ME!

HOw was your day, sparkies?


  
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FUSIONGRAFX 12/14/2011 4:20PM

    Bravo! Congrats! I have been under the weather for a week + and haven't SPARKED in what feels like ages! However, my portions are good, I keep up with my water, and I don't eat poorly. Thankfully the weight hasn't gone up any and it's still creeping down one .1 lb at a time! LOL Keep up your hard work!

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ANNECEK 12/12/2011 7:24PM

    I hear great happiness and pride in your blog! emoticon I'm doing the happy dance for you emoticon! Great getting in the lunges while picking up the tree limbs! emoticon

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/12/2011 10:11AM

    WOW! You had me almost DANCING by the time I finished your blog! No, Mickey, I couldn't dance here in the library! Well, I guess I COULD have! emoticon

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SKY2012 12/11/2011 8:05PM

    that is so sweet to put up a tree for her, wow, you are sweet.

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DOODIE59 12/11/2011 1:06PM

    Way to go -- you deserve good care:)
Deirdre

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DDESERTDDAWN 12/11/2011 11:47AM

    Great to see you maintaining your well-being!
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TEDDYBEARGIRL 12/11/2011 1:03AM

    emoticon I had an awesome day!

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TEACHEROF4TH 12/11/2011 12:55AM

    Way to go girl! You are taking care of you... yay! Keep those priorities straight!

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MAVERICK59 12/11/2011 12:50AM

    Good for you, making yourself a priority!
Doesn't it feel good and you know you deserve it!
Can you imagine feeling this important and valuable everyday?
Why shouldn't you?

Hugs,
Belinda

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THE-MORE-GIRL 12/10/2011 9:05PM

    That's not high maintenance -- that's assertively looking out for yourself. Good going!

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KELLYDRESCHER 12/10/2011 8:57PM

    That's awesome!

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SARAWALKS 12/10/2011 8:53PM

    EXCELLENT, Mickey! I had a good day too. High maintenance, picky, whatever - it can lead to good things! Rock on! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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