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A day of renewal

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


I've just checked out the new nutrition tracker and so far I like what I've seen and used. Yes, I'm back to tracking and I pledge to track the good, the bad, and the very ugly! Today, I decided not to have my usual bagel and xl coffee from Tim Hortons. BUT, that plan sort of went out the window when my two friends called to invite me to breakfast of bacon, scrambled eggs, and toast. So here I am at lunch time, with no fruit in me and very little water. Of course, it is still early so I can remedy that.

I walked twice yesterday, one of which was for 5km. The other was just a late evening stroll for about 1.5 km. Not much but I'm determined to take advantage of those baby steps. I have supper planned out, BBQ pork chop, caesar salad (with very little dressing as I'm not a dressing kind of person), baked potato and some steamed broccoli with carrots.

This week's new food (remember I stated that I was going to try to expand my food options) is going to be Quinoa. I've heard that it is a complete protein and thus very good for us but have yet to look for a recipe. Any suggestions? Would you serve it like you do rice? Anyway wish me luck. My husband would eat just about anything and is eager to change things up with his ``diet`` too so I have it easy with regards to that. I know a lot of you cannot change things too drastically as you have picky eaters.

Thank you for all of your kind words regarding yesterday`s blog. Peaches will always be very close to my heart and it is something all animal lovers have to face at one point or another in their lives.

Also special thanks to my esteemed friend _Linda who unknowingly gave me just the kick in the pants that I needed right now. See, something good did come out of your comments!!!!

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DRGOMTI 5/18/2011 12:24PM

    I wish us both good luck dear Sues!! We always seem to be in the same place at the same time!! emoticon I'm glad this time we're both back on track n getting back to healthy living!!! I'm weighing in today n filling the house with HEALTHY foods! emoticon
God Bless you n Peaches!!
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LESLIES537 5/18/2011 12:09PM

    It's good to hear that you're doing well! emoticon

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JAKEANDNELLIE 5/17/2011 11:26PM

    I really like the new tracker, too. I also like your idea of trying one new food a week and think I'll do the same. I'll get some Quinoa tomorrow and look online for a recipe. Maybe we can compare notes.
I'm just getting myself back to daily walking and exercising, along with trying to eat nutritionally (Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are my downfall!).
Stay focused on your goals, determined to reach them, and positive that you will!

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_LINDA 5/17/2011 9:03PM

    Well done on the walking!
I have always tracked my food, but now the new Nutrition Tracker makes it a real pleasure and motivating -now my slow connection or lack of time can't get in the way of tracking, its soo fast and convenient.
Quinoa is a seed, and you rinse (rub) it to get the bitter shell off it. Mom made some, cooked it like rice, and served as is, nothing special, added lentils for color and flavor bursts. Its great your hubby will try new things, and very awesome that you are willing too!
Thanks for the nod.
Keep up the great work!

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S3XYDIVASMOM 5/17/2011 8:14PM

    I like quinoa. It probably is good advise to rinse it thoroughly. although, I think there is an instant variety that wouldn't require that. I think you should try it like rice. Then you can know what it really tastes like.

Glad to see you back.

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JANET552 5/17/2011 7:03PM

    We tried quinoa a while back since we became gluten free -- well at least my husband due to celiac disease. It was okay. I do have a recipe I have meant to try but it is buried in my pile of papers I mean to go through. When I find it, I'll share.

Way to go on the walking -- and the planning. It all starts somewhere.

P.S. I think I could use a kick in the pants too. Those are very hard to do to yourself.

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TEMPEST272002 5/17/2011 6:52PM

    Havent tried quinoa yet, so I'm looking forward to the review. Bet the longs are loving the multiple walks!

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BLESSED2BEME 5/17/2011 5:15PM

    My hubby absolutely loves Tim Horton. I think that is what he misses most from our days in Canada. I've never tried quinoa. Let us know what you make and what you think of it. I too am recommitting to tracking my food! It should be easier with the new tracker now.

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KAMAPERRY 5/17/2011 3:06PM

    I love quinoa!! great choice and awesome job on the walks!

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BOVEY63 5/17/2011 12:39PM

    Great job on the walks!
I have never tried quinoa. You are lucky that your hubby is a willing guinea pig - my sons (especially the youngest)are always reluctant to try new foods so I usually have to do it when they aren't home.

Hope you have a great day!

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    Oh, I am SO GLAD about the last paragraph of your blog! My SP are SO important to me! I love you! emoticon

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CRAZYDOGLADYBO 5/17/2011 11:52AM

    I have tried quinoa and I am not a big fan of its flavor. I did make it with lemon once, but since I did not write the recipe down, I am flawed that way, I haven't been able to repeat it. I did read a posting on SP that said to rinse it first and that will change the intensity of the flavor. I have also cooked it with chicken broth.

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BECCAJ98 5/17/2011 11:27AM

    Not a food I have tried to make, but have had it. I like it, hope you do too!

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THETURTLEBEAR 5/17/2011 11:10AM

    The big trick with quinoa is to make sure to rinse thoroughly. It's tricky because it's tiny, but if you don't rinse it, you don't get rid of the bitter coating (I forget what causes this). Other than that - yes, sort of like a rice substitute, with more protein. I would recommend checking the Spark Recipes. I seem to recall one with spinach and feta cheese that sounded really good.

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A year later - saying goodbye to a very special furry friend

Monday, May 16, 2011


Today, I dedicate my blog to the very fond memories of my dear little furball who left this earthly life a year ago. Although I did have a dog growing up, it was Peaches who stole my heart and made me the animal lover that I am today.

For those who have followed my blogs, you know that my Sparkname is her initials and the date of her death...051610. Nothing complicated but just another way to keep her in my thoughts on a daily basis.

I thought I would be sad today but instead I'm filled with enough funny memories of her and her exploits that I can laugh and miss her in a good way. She was a funny old broad and only did what she wanted to do. She would go off to bed when she felt tired, she would eat when she was hungry and not on some human's schedule, she would play with squeaky toys at all hours, and most of all she knew she was loved by many.

Her vet marvelled at her! She lived a long life (17.5 years) mainly because she was walked 4 times a day, was taken for car rides at least once a day, was played with, was cuddled and was fed a balanced diet. She was loved and she loved us back. She taught us how to love a dog so much that a year later we still talk about her and can laugh. We have no regrets about her life.

Now, how does that relate to my journey? Well, I've got to give that same dedication and compassion to myself. Right now, I know what to do to make this program work for me but I'm afraid of it. I don't know how to be any different that who I am right now. I'm used to shopping in plus-sized stores, I'm used to being overlooked and I'm comfortable in my own skin. The only thing is, I'm not happy.

I have to make some small, yet attainable changes. So for this week, it will be breakfast. No more eating little throughout the day and gorging at night. I am going to have oatmeal for breakfast and I pledge to get 6 glasses of water in this week as well. I will still walk the dogs as per usual. The oatmeal works for me because it a) fills me up, b) makes me ultimately consume less calories, and c) gets me back into a routine.

So Peaches, although I wish you were still on this earth with me, I know you are out there somewhere painfree and cheering me on. I love you "Little Miss" and was so blessed to have you teach me what is really important in life cannot be bought or bargained for. Woof-woof! xo Susan

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MEMARE 5/19/2011 7:40AM

    So sweet. Thanks for sharing. emoticon

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DAWNO64 5/18/2011 11:37AM

    Awwww...I lost my "forever dog" a little over two years ago; only had him for just less than three years but he left a major hole in my heart. We just "clicked". I'm glad thinking of Peaches made you happy.

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GAYLE-G-63 5/17/2011 3:20PM


May Peaches always stay in your heart.

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JAKEANDNELLIE 5/17/2011 1:26PM

    What a wonderful tribute to Peaches and the unconditional love you shared with her. Please give yourself the same love and dedication that you shared with her.
I "shared" Buddy with my mother for 8 years. He was a rescue and was older when we adopted him. I only live 10 minutes from her and am over there almost every day for at least a few minutes (she's 83 and lives alone) so I was just attached to Buddy as she was. It broke our hearts when he passed away last August.
A furry "mess" was pushed from a car in front of my brother's house about 2 months ago, and the car sped away. That beautiful puppy now lives with mom and brings joy to our lives. Would you believe we named her Peaches! She's "a peach of a puppy" and is truly loved.
Stay positive and take care of yourself.

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RULEBERG 5/17/2011 12:43PM

    Peaches lived to be so old because you took such care of her. In honor of her, take that same care with yourself. Do it for Peaches.

I never had a pet until I got a cat at 32. She lived almost 17 years and I have never loved anything like I did Addie. (I don't tell the people in my life that, of course!) It is such an innocent and pure love. I don't know that we ever let our guard down entirely that much with people. And unlike people, there is never one painful memory of things they said that couldn't be taken back--that is something we humans all do, and regret of course. But not our beloved fur friends.

Peaches was lucky to have you for a mom. It goes without saying, how lucky you were that Peaches came to stay with you. Stick with your oatmeal and your water and your walks. Do it for your other fur kids, if not for yourself!

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MILLISMA 5/17/2011 12:32PM

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JANET552 5/17/2011 5:49AM

    I love your tribute to Peaches. She sounds like a wonderful and confident dog who had a very loving family. I like how you honor her life.

I like your plan for yourself. You are right about starting small. Good luck!!

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TEMPEST272002 5/16/2011 6:46PM

    Peaches sounds like a real character. It's so hard to lose our fur friends & there have been so many times I wished we had matching life spans. It's nice that now you can spend time thinking about the happy,funny moments. You know she'd much rather that.

I'm happy with your new eating plan. I eat oatmeal almost every morning - but I lke to make it "gourmet": 1/3 c dry oatmeal, 1/8c raisons (or other dried fruit), 1/8c sliced almonds, 1 heaping tbsp flaxseed & a shake of cinnamon. Sometimes I put in apple sauce instead of raisons or 1 tbsp natural peanut butter instead of the nuts. Delicious! Quick, easy, tasty and it keeps me satisfied for hours.

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KAYDE53 5/16/2011 5:52PM

    It's so hard to lose them, especially when they've lived so long & became such a part of our lives. She's looks so sweet & cuddly!! Hang on to those fond memories!! emoticon

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MISSM66 5/16/2011 5:22PM

    I love this blog thanks for sharing emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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GOOZLEBEAR 5/16/2011 5:14PM

    Love this blog and appreciate you sharing your fond memories of Peaches. She was adorable and that face reflected all the love and care your family gave her. She would want you to take care of yourself. You can do this, I'm having a problem right now too and realize we are all on this journey together.

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ERIKO1908 5/16/2011 4:30PM

    What a beautiful blog tribute to Peaches! Thanks so much for sharing it with us. It sounds like you are on the right track plan-wise & Peaches is probably doggy-grinning down at you from Doggie Heaven, barking..."That's my momma!!" HUGS!!!

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LESLIES537 5/16/2011 2:15PM

    What a great tribute to your beloved Peaches! She was such a cutie. I'm glad she could bring so much joy into your life! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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KAMAPERRY 5/16/2011 1:18PM

    Awwwwwwwwwww. Cute!! emoticon

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BLESSED2BEME 5/16/2011 1:13PM

Very wonderful, emotionally happy blog! I can so relate:) It is only the small steps I've taken, one at a time and worked hard on that I've been able to stick with! We can both do this though!

Thank you for sharing about Peaches. Especially since I am a new friend and didn't know her history. From one dog lover to another, you were blessed and the blessings continue:)

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CRAZYDOGLADYBO 5/16/2011 12:41PM

    I agree with MOMMA_LITTLE, she is adorable, and not sure if she likes the out fit.

I like you game plan, I am a big fan of small steps and changing one thing at a time. Oatmeal for breakfast sounds wonderful. Are you going to have some fruit with it?

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BOVEY63 5/16/2011 12:18PM

    She sure looks like she was a sweetie! So glad you have many wonderful, funny memories of time shared with her. You were lucky to have each other.

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    Oh, SUSAN! She was ADORABLE! I have to laugh at that last one because she does NOT look like that outfit was HER idea! emoticon

I hate it that our furry friends can't just keep on getting older with us... we always seem to have to say goodbye to them way too soon. emoticon

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Why I deleted my blog entry for today

Sunday, May 15, 2011


I sort of vented in a blog entry for today and the more I thought about it, the more I felt like I should just erase the whole thing and chaulk it up to a bad day.

I really appreciate all the support ALL of my friends so freely give me...

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BOVEY63 5/16/2011 12:16PM

    I missed the blog, and hope that things are going better for you now.

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MEMARE 5/16/2011 7:48AM

    I missed it too Susan... but I loved your yellow tea pot! emoticon Share a vent anytime you feel. We all have bad days, after all we are just human you know. emoticon

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BLESSED2BEME 5/15/2011 11:30PM

    I missed that blog too but I think that sometimes we just need to be able to get stuff out and blogging is a great way. I can understand wanting to delete it. I've seen other people do the same thing. I like to keep my page upbeat and positive myself but there are days that it just doesn't happen and I'm so glad I have friends here who understand but also encourage me to think positive and look for the good! Glad you are feeling better:)

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THETURTLEBEAR 5/15/2011 10:02PM

    When I'm really angry or annoyed, I often write an email about it, or to the person who annoyed me...and then erase it. Putting it into words is often just the medicine. Hope everything is turning as sunny as your beautiful Spark page!

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GABBY308 5/15/2011 9:15PM

    I read the other blog...it's this crappy weather! I was cheered just looking at yout background of daisies!

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GOOZLEBEAR 5/15/2011 8:11PM

    I thought that is what blogs were for, to vent or share our feelings. I know there are those that think only positive things should be posted but if you are having a bad day, we are here for you!


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KAMAPERRY 5/15/2011 7:57PM

    Love you girl, you say what you need to. Always, ok? emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 5/15/2011 7:48PM

    I missed the blog - but sometimes a delete is a good thing. You vented, you felt better - and then you were able to let it go.
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Did I just sleep through Spring, Summer and Fall?

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Oh dear, the weather gods seem to playing another one of their favourite tricks on us Newfoundlanders. Yesterday it was an ever so balmy 2 degrees with a very cold northeasterly gale blowing through you. Yes, I'm being sarcastic when I used the word balmy! This morning Lou and Maddy raced out the patio door to do their business and slipped on the frost covered steps. Their facial expressions were a riot and Lou even stopped and stared at her paws. "Mom, I lost traction...cool....can I try it again"

Tonight the weather hasn't improved although the wet snow has stopped and I can hear the birds out. Poor little things must be half-frozen to death. No wonder they are busy because they are just trying to keep warm!

Needless to say, I've begged off all dog walking duties and have very sneakily encourage my husband that some "fresh, brisk air would do him good" after a week of being in school. In my mind, nothing makes me lazier than blah weather......please somebody send me a ray of sunshine!

Funny enough, I'm not depressed! Usually this would send me over the deep edge but I know that this too will pass. Talk to me in few days, however, and I might have a different tune to sing.

Have done absolutely dreadful with the eating. Who knew that autumns' comfort food would extend to this time in May! Unfortunately, I'm not talking about warming soups and stews here but rather truckloads of chocolate, chips, etc. Last night we even ordered pizza! Crap!

Have some doggie news. Louisa has been scratching her privates a lot so after two courses of antibiotics, the vet clinic did an internal exam on Thursday. It was very similar to what we know as the ever-dreaded Pap Test and she came home very sedated and pitiful looking. Other than they've discovered some "abnormalities" we don't know what is going on. Please keep your fingers and paws crossed that all is well with her and that if it isn't, God gives us the strength to provide love and compassion to her? It was a year ago this weekend that we lost the love of our lives.....Peaches....still hurts.

Well, with that, I'm going to say goodbye before I start to cry. Once again, please send some warm weather our way......seal it up in an envelope if you have to and mail it to me.....

xo Susan

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TEMPEST272002 5/15/2011 7:50PM

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I'm so sorry to hear about Louisa. Let's hope the news is better than expected.

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Susan, you and your entire family are in my thoughts.

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BOVEY63 5/15/2011 10:36AM

    Here's some sunshine - hope it warms things up.
Prayers and best wishes for Louisa.

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HOPEFULANGE 5/15/2011 7:36AM

    Yuck, wet snow is the worst! Summer is (fingers crossed) just around the corner! I've been equally horrible with eating. Chips and candy Friday night and Chinese food last night! emoticon

Sorry to hear about Louisa. My dog Leto is having really bad seasonal allergies and can't stop licking, biting and scratching everywhere on himself. He's even got under his arms torn up. Allegra seems to be helping a bit, but we have a vet appointment on Thursday to see how we can handle it better.

Good luck Lou!

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JLITT62 5/15/2011 4:53AM

    Sending very good vibes for Louisa. Whatever happens, I know you will care for her lovingly. I had lots of companion animal chats with people at our garage sale yesterday, & several dogs accompanied their people, too.

Thankfully no snow here, but it was a very chilly day to be sitting outside all day & it took me hours to warm back up!

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_LINDA 5/14/2011 10:48PM

    Poor Louisa :(( Wishing her all the best. Sorry about your loss of Peaches :((
You, on the other hand, what was your excuse? Oh the weather, stuff you have lived with all your life. You have never considered a move, like everyone else, to Beautiful BC? Not possible, like a lot of us? Just have to suck it up and get out there. But I agree icy sidewalks ARE dangerous. So that leaves indoor workouts. Lots available free online. No excuses. And the eating? Only you are truly responsible for what goes in your mouth, what groceries you buy, etc. Once again, no excuses. Just have to get off your posterior and get it done! Do the right thing. You know what it is. You also know you can do it! Dig Deep. Go for it!
If I can do it, so can you!

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    Oh, I hope your doggie is ok!!!I have to run to work.... Love you, my friend! emoticon

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THETURTLEBEAR 5/14/2011 6:09PM

    Even though I'm WAAAY south of you, we had unseasonably cool weather too, so I related to your blog title. I surely hope the fur baby is okay!!

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KAYDE53 5/14/2011 5:59PM

    I think everyone is having strange weather this year! We're having unseasonably warm weather down here, so I'll gladly send you some, more like summer than spring! Oh, I do hope & pray nothing serious is the matter with your Louisa! Perhaps there will be an easier fix than you think!! Hang in there!! emoticon emoticon

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How I walked 500 km one baby step at a time

Thursday, May 12, 2011


Although I haven't been the most active member of Spark, nor the most aware of what I've been eating, I noticed yesterday that since I joined Spark I have walked a little over 500 km. Now this might be pitiful to some and a miracle to others but the point is I....as in ME.....walked 500km since September 1st. I'm amazed and I'm so glad that I've kept track of my mileage. This is something to be proud of so in my moments of doubt and self-defeat, I have to remind myself that a year ago this time I couldn't (and didn't want to) walk the length of myself!

So, I've learned a valuable lesson. If I started out and said I'm going to walk a minimum of ____km a week, I would have given up within the first few days. The days when the sweat poured down or when the weather became cold would have been enough to send me back to my comfortable chesterfield. But, no, I started out by just saying I was going to try to walk the dogs. I didn't say I was going to do it everyday but I would do it when I felt like I could. And there you have it.....I started out very slowly and never made a conscious effort to pick things up or to do it more regularly. After a time, our walks became a habit and now if I miss a day I really miss it. I don't knock myself out with regret, but I do miss it and miss my lungs breathing in fresh air and looking at two happy and contented dogs.

What else can I learn from this? I can put the same "formula" to work with my nutrition. I am stating here for all of you to read that I am going to become more aware. The days when I can look back and use the 80/20 rule, I am going to applaud but the other not so successful days are not going to be enough to send me off the beaten path! No more all or nothing thinking! If I had that attitude with walking I'd still be on the sofa waiting for the magical moment.

Anyway, like I said, 500 km may not be much to some of you while others may think that amount is out of reach. But I'm ME, and you are YOU, so we have to find what works for us. I can say with pride that over the fall and winter of 2010-2011 I logged 500 km..yeah for me! For once I feel a sense of pride in an accomplishment and that self-appreciation is what makes this our own unique journey!

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VICKILYN4 5/18/2011 9:30PM

    emoticon emoticon Way to go Susan!!!

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CHRISTINA791 5/13/2011 5:41PM

    Fantastic job, and proof that those little victories add up. You don't have to run a marathon the first week in, you just have to keep doing what you're doing and you'll accomplish great things. Congratulations on hitting the 500k mark, and here's hoping the next 500 treat you just as well.

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LESLIES537 5/13/2011 11:56AM

    Be proud, be very proud! That is a great accomplishment! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JLITT62 5/13/2011 4:41AM

    And you SHOULD be proud. A healthy habit is wonderful, and as you're noting, it can spark more healthy habits.

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    You are really doing great with this mental picture of what will work for you! If you can SEE it, you can DO it, I think! You're doing fantastic! I'd say more, but it's night-night time! emoticon

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_LINDA 5/13/2011 12:14AM

    I think 500 km is fantastic!! You rock! Going from the couch to walking is a major achievement! Be proud! Good luck with your food!
You can do this!!

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KAMAPERRY 5/13/2011 12:12AM

    That is awesome!! Wooooooooooooo Hooooooooooooooooo!!

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THETURTLEBEAR 5/12/2011 9:19PM

    That is FABULOUS! I love you blog! What an inspiration to others - you have figured ou the secret to all this!!

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S3XYDIVASMOM 5/12/2011 9:11PM

    Salt Lake City, Utah to Boise, Idaho. That's a pretty good jaunt. If I get in my car and drive nonstop, it will take 5 hours. So, I'm not laughing: I'm truly impressed. The beauty of it is, this is not something you visualized. You just saw yourself getting off the couch to walk the dogs. But it all adds up. Keep up the good work.

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HOPEFULANGE 5/12/2011 8:23PM

    Holy Crow! That's further than walking from Badger to St. John's! Great going Susan...keep doing what you enjoy! emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 5/12/2011 8:02PM

    I know what you mean about not keeping up with it if you had set a specific goal, but surprising yourself with how far you'd come taking one step at a time. So proud of you! And I do think 500km is quite the accomplishment!

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Great job!! Keep it up!

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