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Recipe: Upside Down Lemon Cream Pie For One

Thursday, August 05, 2010

This is another Hungry Girl recipe.
You can find the True Lemon products in the baking aisle of the grocery store near the sweeteners.
I made this last night and it was so good! It really did taste like pie.
I added some fresh strawberries to mine too.


one 60 calorie sugar free vanilla pudding snack
2 packets True Lemon
1/4 cup fat free whipped topping, divided
1/2 sheet (2 crackers) low fat honey graham crackers, crushed

Place pudding, True Lemon, and 2 TBSP topping in a bowl.
Mix well. Top with remaining 2 TBSP whipped topping and crushed crackers.

Per serving: (entire recipe) 120 calories, 1.5g fat, 25g carbs, 4g sugars, 1.5g protein

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2BHLTHY4LIFE 8/6/2010 1:18AM

    Sounds really good Shari,I am going to try this one! Thankyou for sharing this with us.* emoticon*Diana

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TRISHAANN56 8/5/2010 11:32PM

    That does sound good, I'll have to look for that True Lemon, lemon pie is one of my favorites.

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DENI_ZEN 8/5/2010 9:48PM

    Thanks so much for yet a new use for my True Lemon and Lime! I even love them plain in ice water - so refreshing! But I had never thought of adding them to a cool dessert like this one. We can never have too many dessert recipes, too! :) - Sandi emoticon

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STOP-IT-KNOW 8/5/2010 9:27PM

    sounds good going to try it,

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LOVES_ANIMALS 8/5/2010 6:34PM

    MMMM sounds good!

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HOPE2BE 8/5/2010 4:33PM

    OMG I got free True Lemon in the mail. I can use this already. What a fabulous recipe.

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SHARONGD 8/5/2010 2:29PM

    OMG - sounds delish and I love lemon! I just happen to have all ingrediants (except cool whip)
think I might make it for dessert tonight! Thanks for sharing! emoticon emoticon

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ELLFIN3 8/5/2010 1:49PM

    Sounds good! Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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BKWHITE3 8/5/2010 1:05PM

    Sounds yummy!

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ECHOBLUE1 8/5/2010 12:04PM

    YUM ! ! ! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Chemo again yesterday

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Yesterday's chemo took a little longer than usual. My doctor is still short one chemo nurse, but she should be back in about 2 weeks, recovered from her foot surgery. They didn't have me see the doctor before chemo, as they usually do, just got me right into a chair to do the blood draw for the CBC they need before they start. But that was ok; I didn't have any new symptoms to report or any questions.

They are changing the computer software at the hospital, and they started yesterday; the computers were down a lot and it took a long time to get my blood back from the lab. I had my Zometa first, then nausea meds, then the chemo. My appt. time was 2:45pm, and I didn't get out of there til after 6pm.

Have been feeling kind of "gassy" and crampy since then, but they gave me different nausea meds yesterday, so that might be some of it. Or perhaps just something I ate. Only got 5 hours of sleep last night. Can't blame it all on the steroids they gave me with the chemo, as I stayed up til 2am to finish a book. I woke up at 7:30am and couldn't get back to sleep, so I got up at 8am.

I got my TENS unit today from Amazon; I still have to read the directions and get it set up. I'm usually pretty achy on days 2-4 after chemo, so I will probably try it out tomorrow.

Went for my Neulasta injection at 2pm. I was at the hospital a half hour for that because the staff was still learning how to use the new software, and all my meds had to be re-entered. Lucky for me I remembered to bring a book with me this time.

The steroids are keeping most of the sciatica pain away today. I felt like I had a walk in me today, but it was too hot and humid. So I did a Leslie Sansone Power Mile DVD instead.

We really need some rain here; just came in from watering my plants. Gave them a good soaking because I probably won't be up to it tomorrow.

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STOP-IT-KNOW 8/5/2010 9:29PM

    take care your in my prays emoticon emoticon

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69NURSE 8/4/2010 10:16PM

    Hi Shari - just saw your blog and wanted to convey my best wishes for the days/months ahead. I haven't had time to read much to know what type of cancer you have but it sounds like YOU have it together. I hope you have a strong support system to help you through this traumatic time. God bless you and know there will be lots of people praying. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DENI_ZEN 8/4/2010 9:29PM

    Shari, I really admire you...and for so many reasons! You manage to stay fit and slender, you pick beautiful clothes!, you're a wonderful mom to your cats, you're a magnificent gardener, and you're one very patient patient. Not only that, but you diligently craft such a well-written blog for us readers! Tanks o' thanks...and I can't wait to hear how the TENS unit works! All the best - Sandi emoticon

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SUEJENN 8/4/2010 9:12PM

    I am always amazed at how much you can do even when you are on chemo. What a woman! What is a TENS?

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CARRAND 8/4/2010 9:10PM

    It was really hot and humid here today, but we are supposed to get storms later. I walked on the treadmill after dinner. It really brought my blood sugar down, and that's a good thing for me.

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AVALONAPPLE 8/4/2010 8:48PM

    It is hot and humid here too...hopefully some storms tomorrow. Books are a great reason to stay up late:)


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ECHOBLUE1 8/4/2010 8:28PM

    I went through part of what you are doing now. Was not able to discuss it with anyone. No one wanted to know about it. Wish I'd had Spark back then, 1992. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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2BHLTHY4LIFE 8/4/2010 7:58PM

    Hello Shari! That must have been a really fantastic book to stay up that late. emoticonI am most curious to find out how well the Tens unit works for you.My dh has sciatica as well and they wanted to give him one of these,he won't take medications for pain as they make him to sleepy and dopey feeling.I hope you feel better and get some much needed rest for your body to feel better.Our weather here has not been to hot,but it sure is dry.I wouldn't mind some rain to help in the watering all the gardens and all that we have as well. Have a pleasant evening and hope you feel better in the days to come. emoticonDiana emoticon

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TRISHAANN56 8/4/2010 7:24PM

    I know what you mean about gassy after chemo, I don't know what causes it but it sure is unpleasant. I do hope the tens unit helps your pain. Be well and take care.

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ELLFIN3 8/4/2010 7:09PM

    I am anxious for you to try out your new machine!! I sure hope it helps!!! I just came in from watering the very few plants I have out front!! It is so hot here! Stay safe, hydrate, rest well!!!!!!!!!! 2am to finish a book! emoticon That must have been some book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BKWHITE3 8/4/2010 6:41PM

    Take care of yourself. emoticon Bonnie

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Will be getting chemo #7 this afternoon

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Had another sinus headache last night that was turning into a migraine; had to take my Imitrex at bedtime last night. Tis the season for my allergies again. My eyes are red and watery all the time now, but the worst part is the sinus headaches. Unfortunately, I can't take any allergy meds to prevent my symptoms, because I am too sensitive to the side effects, and I've tried them all.

It was hard to get up again this morning, but I had to get my groceries since I didn't do that yesterday. It's hot and humid today; wonder if that's why almost all the other shoppers looked so grumpy today. They are probably the same people who complained about how cold it was this winter. I don't like the heat and humidity either, but I don't see the point in complaining about it. And we don't have it as bad here in Michigan as some of the other states have had it this summer. The only smiling faces I saw in there today (other than the employees) was a lady I use to work with, (she was smiling because she was on vacation!) and a disabled man in one of those electric carts; and that made me think, if he can be smiling, why not all those other people who should be thankful that they have two good legs to walk on?

I'm not saying people need to have a smile pasted on their face constantly, but it doesn't hurt to give someone a smile when you pass by them, or at least take the frown off your face. I just felt a lot of negative vibes from people today, and that tends to make me feel grumpy too.

I bought a lightweight sweater today that I had been admiring; I was waiting for them to go on sale, and today they were $10. I really wanted the cranberry color, but it was out in my size, so I got this gray one instead. I have a pair of dusty pink jeans that will look great with it. The sweater has a cowl neck, is fitted, and has 3/4 length sleeves.

I am blogging early today, because I have to leave for my chemo in about 2 hours, and I will probably be too tired to blog when I get home. This will be #7; not sure how many total treatments I am getting, but I think it's 12; if that's the case, I am half done. I'll be there about 3 hours. Already have my book and my snacks packed in my bag. And when I get home, I have the chicken and noodles I made last night that I can reheat.

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PIMPINELLAN50 8/4/2010 1:12AM

    Hi Shari.
Hope your chemo went well today.You sure know how to find all the good deals!Love the soft color of the sweater,and it will look sharp with your jeans.
Have a relaxing evening,oh yes...your cats are beautiful!

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CARTOONB 8/3/2010 11:40PM

    I do like the sweater. Very nice.

Agree with you about people trying to be less cranky. I've never seen a face crack from smiling! LOL!

Hope your treatment went well. Good idea to plan ahead so you can just rest when you get home.

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DENI_ZEN 8/3/2010 10:20PM

    What a beautiful sweater! I think you'll look terrific in that color, too :) I'm so sorry the already rough time chemo presents has been compounded by this severe sinus headache...and your allergies. You should be back in the saddle soon, though. In the meantime, you're weathering chemo extremely well! Sleep well and soundly tonight.. - Sandi emoticon

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CARRAND 8/3/2010 9:31PM

    Good luck with the chemo today. I'll be thinking of you.

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2BHLTHY4LIFE 8/3/2010 7:53PM

    I really like the sweater and that is a nice neutral color that will go so nicely with so many colors. I feel rather guilty,we had a hot 90 degree plus week early in July and have been comfortable at around the seventies for the rest of our summer,thus far.It's been really dry,and unseasonably cooler than normal.I hope your headaches go away,I had one this morning too,I think for me to much screen time for my eyes.The people around here seem to get grumpy too,when our weather get's to hot and humid.I try to just smile and try to be pleasant and ignore the unhappy peoples.I will send you healing energy for a positive chemo.treatment.Get lot's of rest,Shari. emoticon emoticonDiana emoticon

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SUEJENN 8/3/2010 7:20PM

    Yes it is hot. It becomes a passtime, talking about the weather. We haven't had a summer like this in some time. And the bugs! They just love it. As I was reading your blog about the 'grumpies' you felt today, it made me think of Michael Fox. He was talking about his Parkinsons disease. When he was explaining why he didn't make it the centre of his life he said the disease was his 'bag of hammers'. He pointed out that everyone carries their own 'bag of hammers'. SO those pleasant smiles you gifted today may have been what those 'grumpies' needed to lighten their load. You are a very strong person. You are experiencing difficult times yourself and you have support to offer others in need.

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LOVES_ANIMALS 8/3/2010 5:12PM

    Looks nice!

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CARRENK 8/3/2010 5:00PM

    We'll be thinking of you - hope treatment goes smoothly.

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LOLAINSC 8/3/2010 4:05PM

    Chemo along with a sinus headache sounds like a bit much for one day. At least you crossed the hump. Love the sweater--gray with dusty heather pink is one of my favorite color combinations.

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TERI99 8/3/2010 3:04PM

    Hope all goes well today and your headache goes away. It would be awful to start out with a headache!
Prayers for you,

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CHANDANI 8/3/2010 2:51PM

    Cute sweater! Hope your treatment goes well today. emoticon

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SHARONGD 8/3/2010 2:16PM

    Hope your treatment goes well today ....get a lot of rest and I'll be praying for you! Love the sweater...I love cowl necks...Good luck! emoticon emoticon

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IVYLASS 8/3/2010 2:14PM

    How's the hair?

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BKWHITE3 8/3/2010 1:14PM

    I like the sweater. Pray that all goes well with the chemo treatment today. emoticon

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ELLFIN3 8/3/2010 1:07PM

    I like the sweater!!! Hope the day improves along with peoples attitudes!! Have a safe day! Rest Well!!!
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BECKY3128 8/3/2010 12:55PM

    That sweater is gorgeous! I have to agree with you about smiling to strangers. I can be quite the sarcastic person but when I'm out I smile at strangers and try not to be generally grumpy; you never know what that other person is going through. Kudos to you for not giving in. Good luck with chemo today, I'll be thinkin of ya! emoticon

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LYNNOTT 8/3/2010 12:39PM

    Nice sweater! And it'll go great with dusty pink jeans. Hope you're not too tired out from the chemo treatment and that all goes well.

Take care!

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NEXT30YEARS 8/3/2010 12:33PM

    Thanks for giving me a smile today. Hope treatment goes well.


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Breakfast with a friend today and a little shopping

Monday, August 02, 2010

I met a friend at Bob Evans for breakfast this morning. Had a very enjoyable time. I ordered from the "Fit from the Farm" menu; I got what I think is called the "pick 3" breakfast; you had your choice of 5-6 things for a total of $4.99. I got the light eggs, wheat toast, and a fruit & yogurt parfait. I also like how they had the nutrition info by each item. It's hot and humid today, but I actually had hot tea for my beverage, it was cold in the restaurant.

Went to Rite Aid and Kmart after that. I had a great Rite Aid shopping trip today; my total before my Wellness card and coupons was $88; after swiping the card, using UP Rewards from last week, coupons, and a $5 off $25 purchase, my grand total was $31.95. I got $6.50 in UP Rewards to use next time, and also getting back $12 in rebates.

Got a couple of good deals at Kmart too; Sobe water was $1, used a buy on get one free coupon, and got two 10 packs of Bic pens for 50 each; they were on sale for $1 and I had a coupon for $1 off on 2.

My main reason for going to Kmart today was because I wanted to look at a tip they had in their ad, the sleeveless henley in the picture on sale for $12; I thought it would be a great piece for layering, especially with a cardigan, and I love the ruffles on it. I also found a short sleeve jacket, kind of a "drapey" style, that actually looks cute with the top too. I think when the weather gets cooler I will wear them with my skinny style jeans. I'd also love to find a cute pair of ankle boots for fall; hoping to find some at a good price that won't hurt my feet. I love it when all the new fall clothes come out!

(This looks much cuter on than it does on the hangar)

I got my chicken started cooking in the crock pot this afternoon, making lemon dill chicken. I'll have leftovers for a few days, which is a good thing, with chemo this week I sure won't feel like cooking.

I did ok with the hip pain while I was shopping, but after being back home a couple of hours it started to hurt. Just did a gentle work out today with the light weights and stability ball.

Going to try my best to get up early tomorrow; I want to get to the store for my groceries before it gets busy, and too hot out. My chemo will be at 2:45pm, so I want to have enough time at home before I leave for that so I don't have to be in a rush to eat my lunch and I just want to have some time to relax and play on the computer a bit before my appointment.

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DENI_ZEN 8/3/2010 8:52AM

    Hi, Shari! I'm so glad to hear Bob Evans has a nice, healthy, and substantial menu selection for us! I can easily see where your new henley and top would look great on you. The top will look terrific with your hair color, too! Very nice choice...and you've got a designer's eye. You cleaned up on those Bic pens, too - good JOB! I've got to get it together and go on another bargain-hunting expedition one of these days. The deals are out there when combined with coupons, and you're a master at that. Good luck this afternoon with chemo. All the best... - Sandi emoticon

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HOPE2BE 8/3/2010 8:16AM

    Wow the outfit looks cute and Wow what good bargains you got. I could never do that.

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MARTHA-ANN 8/3/2010 4:13AM

    Glad you had a great day! emoticon

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CARTOONB 8/2/2010 11:11PM

    You're right, that does look brown. Very cute though. And you got some great deals! That's awesome!

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SHOSHANADP 8/2/2010 10:36PM

    Sounds like a great day. I love when I can use coupons, sales and rebates. I bet your new outfit looks great on you too!

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CARRAND 8/2/2010 9:24PM

    You had a great day, and the chicken crock pot dish sounds great. Hope tomorrow goes well for you.

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SHARONGD 8/2/2010 9:10PM

    What a fun day you had! I love the outfit...very updated look! I have bought similar and enjoy wearing it! Have a good night! emoticon

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ELLFIN3 8/2/2010 8:31PM

    I hate to shop-you do such a good job! And you always get such good deals!! Hope you counted the shopping as fitness!! Rest well! Have a good day tomorrow!!
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LOVES_ANIMALS 8/2/2010 8:16PM

    You are such a smart shopper!

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BKWHITE3 8/2/2010 7:30PM

    Glad you had a good time with your friend. Your breakfast sounds good, I like fruit and yogurt. Love the deals you got at Rite-Aid.

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TUFFYBIRD 8/2/2010 6:27PM

    I'm glad you had a good time with your friend. Isn't it amazing how that kind of interaction can affect our whole outlook?

The cardigan is very nice. II love the drape(y) look ... always have ... in fact, my wedding dress was very draped and similar in style to what is in style right now. On one of my other teams we've agreed that we will post wedding pics on our anniversary date, so on Aug 8, my profile pic will change (and show the dress). I'll be thinking of you at 2:45 tomorrow; stay strong! emoticon

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Didn't get it all done this weekend, but the important stuff got done

Sunday, August 01, 2010

I spent some time this weekend catching up on the housework and laundry, since I have chemo #7 on Tuesday. Yesterday I was really feeling some fatigue, even though I thought I slept pretty good the night before, but the fatigue is just something that goes along with the chemo. My sciatica pain was bad yesterday too, so between that and being so tired, I didn't get any workout in yesterday. I ended up with 115 fitness minutes for the week, and 312 for the month. That's a lot less than I had for May and June, but I am feeling the cumulative effects of all the chemos so far, and some of the rainy and humid weather didn't help with my pain either. I am disappointed that I didn't do as well with the fitness minutes as I did for May and June, but all I can do is move on and try to do better. I can't blame the chemo and the sciatica though for the days I just lacked the motivation.

I did some light cleaning yesterday, and did the heavier cleaning today and also the laundry. I also planned ahead for my dinner when I get home from chemo on Tuesday; it's in the afternoon, so it will be dinner time when I get home. I know I won't feel like cooking, and I wanted something more than just a frozen dinner. I decided on lemon dill chicken in the crock pot, something I've made before, and it's mild enough for my stomach after a chemo. I took the chicken out of the freezer and it's thawing in the fridge; I'll start it cooking tomorrow afternoon, then I can just reheat it on Tuesday. I don't like leaving my crock pot on if I'm not home while the food is cooking, even though I know a lot of people do, so that's why I am cooking it tomorrow instead of Tuesday.

Another side effect of the chemo is thinning hair; it started about a month after the first chemo. Before, I'd notice it mostly after I washed my hair, but last night, while I was reading in bed, I had a few long hairs come out and fall onto my book. Oddly enough, even though it is thinning, it is still growing too. I'll have to make an appointment soon to have my bangs trimmed. I really want to grow it out again to the length I had before getting it cut for chemo, but I think it would be best to wait til the chemo is all done. I know a lot of people like me in short hair, but I am happier with it longer, and I need to do what makes me happy.

This morning, I wasn't quite so tired. It was in the low 70's when I got up, so after breakfast, I went for a 10 minute walk, and watered the plants. Had to take a half a pain pill, but not feeling too bad now. Just a little light headed from the Sudaphed I had to take for a sinus headache. I'm pretty sensitive to that stuff, so even just one will make me feel that way, and I sometimes get a few heart palpitations from it too, so I only take it when I really have too. August is usually when my seasonal allergies start up again, and last into fall.

I hope I don't sound like I am whining! Really, the weekend hasn't been that bad. I didn't get everything done I wanted to do, but the important stuff all got done.

I really enjoyed watching all the birds around my feeders too; quite a variety out there; I have a lot of finches and starling, and have also seen woodpeckers, cardinals, mourning doves, chickadees, and red wing black birds. I also had 3 squirrels chasing each other around the yard at one point. I had one climbing up the shepard's hooks I have a couple of bird feeders on. After I took these pictures, I put some Vaseline on the pole to try and discourage them. I don't mind them eating the bird seed so much, I just don't want them to damage the feeders.

Here's one of the woodpeckers I had in my yard.

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MARTHA-ANN 8/2/2010 12:10PM

    resourceful little critters squirrels ain't they?
Great pictures!
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HOPE2BE 8/2/2010 7:59AM

    I love the pictures and I don't know what a problem the squirrels can be. We never had that happen. They sure looked cute though. That chicken sounds good. i think I remember you talking about it before. My sister had a house burn down because she left a pan on during church. I don't blame you for not cooking like that.

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TUFFYBIRD 8/1/2010 10:31PM

    As always, I love your pictures - you actually manage to catch the personalities of the animals.

We have an ongoing challenge keeping the squirrels off our bird feeders too, but we find them more of a nuisance than anything (but they sure are smart - they actually problem solve) but it's the raccoons that destroy things. They actually broke a thick plexiglass plate (that Mr. T had on the front of our birdfeeder) right in half.

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CELLOPLAYER1 8/1/2010 10:06PM

    I hope things go well for you on Tuesday. I like the squirrel pictures. I was at a friends one evening we were watching her bird feeder when a raccoon came out and was trying to get into it. It was great entertainment.

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CARRAND 8/1/2010 9:16PM

    We have one feeder hanging outside the front window, and I love watching all the birds we get there. Our feeder hangs from the cherry tree and has a plastic dome about it that keeps the squirrels out pretty effectively. It's fun to see them leap at the feeder and slide right off the dome. Hope you week goes well, and that the chemo doesn't know you out too badly.

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ELLFIN3 8/1/2010 8:22PM

    I have been reading your blogs over then weekend just did not feel like answering! Sorry!!! I have had woodpeckers on the hummingbird feeder at the lake! I did not know they would drink the nectar!!! I love the squirrel pictures! I order and got a a tee shirt with three squirrels on (like hear no, see no, and speak no evil) and it says bird seed what bird seed!!! Rest well and have a great Monday!!!! emoticon emoticon

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DENI_ZEN 8/1/2010 8:14PM

    It's an amazing photographer whose lens manages to catch animals doing the acrobatics we see here - lol! These are great! Your lemon dill chicken sounds sooo appealing. Thanks for a great idea, Shari! I've been looking for some different ways I can prepare chicken breast other than "the usual" in my repertoire and recipe file :) That you are able to continue with your plan despite the cumulative effects of your chemo is so impressive...and inspiring! Remember, the best you can do is the BEST! emoticon - Sandi emoticon

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DONNYE2008 8/1/2010 7:57PM

    It's funny how the squirrels are contorting themselves to get at the food. I hope the Vaseline keeps them from breaking the feeders--it is much better that the birds get the seeds anyway.

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BECKY3128 8/1/2010 7:56PM

    The lemon dill chicken does sound good! I'm the same way - don't like leaving the crock on during the day, yet for some reason I do it anyways. Don't get down over the low fitness minutes, take care of yourself and take it easy! We all deserve a rest day here and there. I love your pics! The squirrels are hilarious and the birds are beautiful.

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BKWHITE3 8/1/2010 7:51PM

    The lemon dill chicken sounds good. Enjoyed looking at your pictures. Take care, I'll be praying for you. Bonnie

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