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I'm Just Doin' It

Friday, October 21, 2011

Hi,

This is going to be pretty short all things considered ~ while at the Y yesterday the staff member who introduced me to the various cardio and resistance equipment stopped to chat while she was washing down each piece of equipment (I was astonished that they do that because we are all supposed to wipe each machine down when we are finished but this lady was giving all parts a thorough cleaning!) and in our conversation I said, "I think I can do this" and she replied with a big smile "Susan, we've been watching your progress - you ARE doing this"

I felt like a million dollars after hearing that and I realized it is true! I AM doing this...woo-hoo!

Have a great weekend and I will really try to catch up on some of your blogs!


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SUNSHINE_GAL 10/23/2011 12:03PM

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TERESA159 10/23/2011 11:49AM

    It's amazing what our bodies will do if we just ask.

Congrats!

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MRS.PRINCIPAL 10/23/2011 6:33AM

    That's a great compliment! I am sure you are still smiling for it! Love the power of kind words!

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SVELTEWARRIOR 10/23/2011 12:30AM

    YOU ARE DOING IT AMAZINGLY!!!!!

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_LINDA 10/23/2011 12:00AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon That is pretty good when others are noticing you -you ARE rocking it!!
Well done!

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BOVEY63 10/22/2011 12:54PM

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ZIPCONTROL 10/22/2011 12:19PM

  Just keep doing it ! emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 10/21/2011 10:39PM

    Yes you are! Woot!

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YIWEN39 10/21/2011 10:02PM

    emoticon Go for it, you KNOW you can do this :-) emoticon

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KAMAPERRY 10/21/2011 8:33PM

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THETURTLEBEAR 10/21/2011 8:01PM

    emoticon Don't you love having your hard work acknowledged?

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EJOY-EVELYN 10/21/2011 6:28PM

    Love the CAN DO spirit. Isn't great that we have people noticing?

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CHUBRUB3 10/21/2011 5:45PM

    emoticon emoticon & You ARE!
Hugs,
Angela

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IMIN2GENES 10/21/2011 3:18PM

    Awesome! What a great way to start off your weekend! Congrats!
Chris
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GLORYANDME 10/21/2011 2:16PM

    Way to go! We can really surprise ourselves sometimes! Keep the momentum going!
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*****Do YOU need a boost of inspiration? Read this***** (lots of pictures!)

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Hi,

As my loyal blog followers (makes me sound right important, doesn't it?) know, I sort of slid into a "low" patch over the past few days. Mind you, I recovered nicely in part to a stern self-talk and from all of the wonderful supportive comments my SparkFriends made.

So, I'm at work this morning (ssshhhh....don't tell the students that I'm not actually researching for them this time!) when the first blog I noticed and read was IMIN2GENES in which she shared a link to a great Spark article called "A Story of Priorities and a Jar"

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivat
ion_articles.asp?id=264


Although I had read this before it really struck home with me today. Funny how things work out like that, isn't it? Like it doesn't really mean that much to you until you are ready to learn from it. Well, that is what happened to me today. My favourite quote from the articles is "is you spend all of your time and energy on the small stuff, you will never have room for the things that are truly important". The article goes on to say that we should be paying more attention to the things in our lives that are critical to our happiness and well-being as opposed to letting the insignificant things wear us down.

I've applied this to my past week. I simply put too much emphasis on the few bad nutritional choices I made instead of putting my focus on the positives of the week. I try to spend as much time with my unemployed husband as I can as before we know it he could be gone out of province to look for work. Same for my dogs - I love them each day like it is their (mine) last day on earth. The housework can wait and so can the trivial stuff associated with home ownership. I mean is anyone really going to notice that the china cabinet needs to be re-arranged?!

Another (perhaps even greater) inspirational story was covered in Canadian news over the past weekend. m.ctv.ca/topstories/20111016/100-yea
r-old-runner-stops-just-short-of-marat
hon-record-111016.html


Can you believe this man? He took up running twenty years ago at age 80! Yes, you read that correctly! Over the weekend, he completed a 42 km marathon in Toronto! Yikes! And I'm afraid to try running at all until I get under a "magical" weight so it will somehow be easier?!

On a funny closing note, here is a picture of how "advanced" my Louisa is:

Maddy is still learning

  
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AUNTFANNYJANE 10/22/2011 7:09PM

    Both of those stories are so great, I agree. But can Louisa parallel park? so cute!

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LUVMYCRAZYKIDS 10/20/2011 8:22PM

    Thanks for the inspiration!

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SVELTEWARRIOR 10/20/2011 7:55PM

    Love the story and the pictures!

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CHRISTINA791 10/20/2011 2:21PM

    Thanks for sharing! I was going to link to the article on the marathon, too. Next time I'm sluggish and unmotivated, there will be a hundred-year-old man in the back of my head, kicking my butt into gear!

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CHUBRUB3 10/19/2011 7:57PM

    That is wonderful! I love the pics too!
Hugs,
Angela


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BOVEY63 10/19/2011 7:34PM

    That is one of my favorite articles too! Helps to put things into perspective.

I was so impressed when I saw the man on the news - what an inspiration.

Great pics!

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JLITT62 10/19/2011 3:11PM

    What a precious photo of Maddy!

Sort of put that principle into practice before I left. So much to do, it feels impossible. But I always get it done & whatever doesn't get done wasn't important. So I relaxed about it . . . didn't mean I wasn't tired, I was, just not a nervous wreck!

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HEALTHYBARB1 10/19/2011 1:54PM

    I love the article too...reminded me to look at how I am using my time and what I am filling my life with as well!!! I have a llasa right now and love her lots but your picture of Maddie made me smile. My pom was named Cocoa and was such a sweetheart. So enjoy having fuzzy guys to love!! Glad you are feeling better...so am I. Have a great day Susan!! Hugs Barb

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CALGARYNEWF 10/19/2011 12:34PM

    Wow Susan, waht an amazing story about the 100 year old runner!!!!And here I sit thinking I "can"t" run...

Love the pictures of the dogs!

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EJOY-EVELYN 10/19/2011 11:59AM

    So true, we all need an "about face" every now and then. Love your two pooches. Such fun!

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JOANNANOW 10/19/2011 11:04AM

    Thanks for the lovely juicey blog! You sound good! Keep smiling.
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NEWMAC2011 10/19/2011 10:53AM

    Timing is everything! It's funny that you mention the 100 year old marathoner. I recently started doing 5ks after completing the 5k training here on SP. My brother sent me a text about that guy writing that I have 47 1/2 years to go for my marathon which is something I'd like to do once! Shows that we can all do new things, no matter our age.

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APIRLRAIN888 10/19/2011 10:27AM

    cute pics and amazing story

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TERESA159 10/19/2011 10:27AM

    It's so true that we try to get too much done and forget to enjoy or attend properly to the important, sustaining things. Thanks for the blog and the excellent links. Love those dogs! I have three, one yellow lab (Phoebe) and two ratties (Winston and Pinto).

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CODEMAULER 10/19/2011 10:13AM

    As long as your pups don't text and drive...

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Make it a great day!

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THETURTLEBEAR 10/19/2011 10:00AM

    awwwww - love the pic of Maddie! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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LACEYB315 10/19/2011 9:02AM

    Love this post. The dogs are adorable!

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GRAMLORI 10/19/2011 8:56AM

    Love your blog today, Susan! Your babies are so pretty!! And Louisa....she is very advanced, isn't she??!!! Maddie may always need the small car, though!! lol

Thank you, you gave me a smile today!
Hugs,
Lori

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IMIN2GENES 10/19/2011 8:42AM

    Isn't it funny how all it takes is the right timing? That article probably wouldn't have meant as much had I not had my own priorities a little skewed.

Glad you're doing better! I am too. A good nights sleep helped. Hopefully I can get another one tonight.
Chris
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Another letter to me from the psycho who lives in

Monday, October 17, 2011

Dear Self,

Yep, you really have things bungled now don't you. You ate chips two days in a row and didn't go to the gym in almost a week. Betcha feel like quitting, don't you? You should, because you are nothing but a failure and you are going to quit one of these days anyway. Cue the sound of a car screeching to a halt but instead of a car it is my racing thoughts......



Okay, so here is the version I am re-writing...cue the sound of crumpled up paper........



Dear Self,

I love you warts and all. You are not perfect and you have slipped up (albeit very mildly) but in your opinion that doesn't matter. You are still thinking you slipped up and therefore have no option but to quit. Seems like you are letting your perfectionism psycho win...again! If one of your dearest SparkFriends wrote about this same topic you would be the one telling them to learn from their mistakes, move on and learn from the experience. Why are you so different? Is it because for the first 45 years of your life you have let the psycho tell you how you should feel? I'm thinking that is what is going on. So, you know what you are going to do? YOU are going to think of all the positive things you did over the past week - the week you think was a complete waste and has you wanting to throw in the towel.

Yep, you managed to get in over 500 fitness minutes last week, you helped organize and completed a fundraiser for feral cats, you spent a wonderful day with your mom, you were told by several people how happy you look, you cooked several meals at home, you had two doctor's appointments, you worked each day, you talked a dear friend through a tough time, you blogged several times, you were active on Spark and you ate chips. Why does the last thing somehow erase all of the good things you did...and who said chips were that bad anyway? Remember moderation?!

Anyway, you went back to the gym today and guess what? There were no alarm bells ringing that announced to everybody that it was almost a week since you've been there. The important thing is you went! You are making an effort AND you are not quitting, plain and simple!

Susan

P.S. I think you are beginning to realize that the psycho in your head doesn't have the final say anymore...you are starting to fight back! So proud of you!

  
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CODEMAULER 10/21/2011 5:27PM

    Well stated; maybe we need to send our inner pyschos on a long trip far away...!

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JOANNANOW 10/19/2011 11:07AM

    I'm proud of you too Susan! emoticon emoticon

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NEWMAC2011 10/19/2011 10:50AM

    That is a fantastic turn around in your thought process. We all slip up, big time or sometimes just a small slip. But we will all be successful as long as we just keep going. Only those who quit don't succeed and you're obviously going to be successful!

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BOVEY63 10/18/2011 11:17PM

    I am so proud of, and inspired by, you too!
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CALGARYNEWF 10/18/2011 5:17PM

    Loved this blog Susan!!!! You're absolutely right, too often we take a minor setback and let it derail us completely. I think it is a huge breakthrough when we can really see the slip up as a minor setback and just continue on. You have made so many strides these last few months..WOW!

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JLITT62 10/18/2011 7:41AM

    Great job! We'll probably always beat ourselves up for slipping up, but the ability to move on is the most important one.

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_LINDA 10/18/2011 2:24AM

    Well said, and way to fight back! You really are awesome!
Now tell yourself that a few hundred times until it sticks!! I had some chips too. I also had dainties at the Saturday bridge party. And guess what, I ENJOYED them. But I am not a failure. I eat so many healthy fruits and veggies daily that those occasional strays are just a drop in the bucket, not opening the flood gates.
Keep up the great work!!!

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CHUBRUB3 10/17/2011 9:46PM

    Here! Here! Great job! You did a GREAT Job!
Now tell psycho to move on out, he isn't welcome here anymore.
Hugs,
Angela
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WELLNESSME09 10/17/2011 9:46PM

    WOW!!! Fantastic blog. You are definitely not a quitter. Great attitude. emoticon emoticon

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THETURTLEBEAR 10/17/2011 9:39PM

    AWESOMENESS!!! I don't let mine win anymore either!

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TEMPEST272002 10/17/2011 9:30PM

    I'm so proud of you! This is exactly how you keep moving forward. You didn't quit. You went back to the gym & now it will be easier to go for your next workout.
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APIRLRAIN888 10/17/2011 9:28PM

    Lol love it

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SVELTEWARRIOR 10/17/2011 8:33PM

    YAY!!! Put that psycho in her place!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so in awe of your ability to stop that negative voice in your head! You are truly doing great!

Mo

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MRS.PRINCIPAL 10/17/2011 8:02PM

    Great blog! Way to get back in control and back to the gym!

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EJOY-EVELYN 10/17/2011 7:57PM

    Complete with the psycho music you made me smile at your great wisdom. You're so brave to admit mistakes made . . . something a perfectionish has a great deal of difficulty with. And now to take action WooHoo! Keep making those lousy moments make less and less impact on your action . . . other than to allow you to forgive yourself, learn, and move on! You SO have it TOGETHER! You go, girl!

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ESILBO 10/17/2011 6:58PM

    VERY HAPPY FOR YOU THAT YOU MADE THE RIGHT CHOICES...YOU ARE SO RIGHT ABOUT ONE LITTLE THING DESTROYING THE MANY GOOD ONES...
THANKS
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GLORYANDME 10/17/2011 6:31PM

    Way to let that psycho have it! lol
I like the way you got back to reality and told yourself the truth! As I have learned reality is my friend! You are doing a great job as evidenced by your ticker. Keep up the good work! emoticon

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KAYDE53 10/17/2011 6:01PM

    No, you're not a quitter and you're not a psycho either!! Aren't you glad that you went back to the gym and got back in the groove?!! Like you said, learn from your mistakes & move on!! Great blog!!! emoticon

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~Choose your friends wisely while staying true to oneself~

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Hi,

I'm not about to start bashing any of my friends but I came to a realization this week that has been another of my personal emoticon moments! I have to plan ahead at all times and cannot let my friends lead me astray with their unhealthy choices. Only then will I be a positive role model!

One of my dearest friends is about ten years older than I am. She is also the head of the humane society that I am involved with so I interact with her quite frequently. However, for the past month of so we haven't been together a whole lot due to both of us being quite busy. Me with my new exercise and fitness adventure and her with her granddaughter!

Well, for the past week or so we were together almost everyday planning a dog walk in a neighbouring community. It was a fundraiser to help with the Trap, Spay & Neuter, and Release program we are involved with because of a huge problem with feral (wild) cats. Today was the actual walk but we did up "treat bags", educational pamphlets, kerchiefs for the dogs, media interviews, etc...etc....

She eats horribly and can't exercise due to health issues. And I let her food choices be mine over the past few days. Just yesterday while on a last ditch run to Walmart to pick up last minute supplies she bought me a bag of chips and a chocolate bar and then took me out to supper at a fried chicken joint. Oh course, I was starved but if I had been prepared it wouldn't have been so bad. Some fruit and a simple sandwich would have gone a long ways to curb my hunger and I wouldn't be so poisoned with myself today.

Anyway, since I am learning that I can't just blog about a problem without coming up with a solution (this is yet another emoticon moment) I am devising a backup plan for times like this. I also didn't get to the gym all week AND I didn't get as much walking in as I wished but I did glean some knowledge. Ultimately, any decisions I make are made by ME and I cannot let a well-meaning friend cause me to veer off the course I've decided to follow.

I don't have to chose between a great friend and a new lifestyle ~ I just have to plan ahead!

Susan

P.S. Tomorrow is another day so I'm not knocking myself out worrying about a week full of questionable decisions....a year ago I would have just quit but now I'm moving on!

  
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TRULYVISIBLE 10/25/2011 11:54AM

  As a cat lover I thank you for being involved in this. Next time you are with your friend, why not bring her healthy snacks. Maybe she will like them and start asking you questions about healthy eating. You may convert her.

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BOVEY63 10/18/2011 11:15PM

    We all need that light bub to come on!
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I love your commitment to our furry friends - they need more people like you!
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JETTANALA 10/17/2011 2:48PM

    hooray for those light bulb moments!

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IMIN2GENES 10/17/2011 8:05AM

    Great job! Some very good insights. I know I'm always much more successful when I plan ahead.
Chris
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ZIPCONTROL 10/17/2011 4:17AM

  Next time...carry food for both of you. Maybe you'll help her learn to eat better.

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_LINDA 10/17/2011 2:44AM

    I think that is wonderful you are helping out with the Humane Society!
Good for you trying to stick with your efforts at a healthy lifestyle and plan your food ahead of time. It is tough to do when you get so busy..
Make your next week awesome!
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KAYDE53 10/17/2011 12:15AM

    You're so right and planning ahead will work!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NEWMAC2011 10/16/2011 11:47PM

    That's a huge accomplishment, sticking with it instead of quitting. Besides, a few days of making unhealthy choices doesn't derail or reverse all the progress you've made. Planning ahead is key. We often get so hungry that we can't control what we eat. Being prepared will help keep that in check. WooHoo to you and your lightbulb moments!

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SVELTEWARRIOR 10/16/2011 11:22PM

    Those are definately some great aha moments!!!!

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THETURTLEBEAR 10/16/2011 8:56PM

    So many fabulous insights! Good for you!

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EJOY-EVELYN 10/16/2011 8:39PM

    Great decision in your title! It takes a while sometimes for us to learn where we're the most vunerable. Now you'll know how to be a great role model for your next time or next friend who invites you into the part of their day that involved breaking bread. 8-)

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JOANNANOW 10/16/2011 8:26PM

    Planning ahead works and owning your eating habits does too. I need to do more of that too. I love the way you think keeping the friend and dealing with the social eating in a good way! emoticon

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CRAZYDOGLADYBO 10/16/2011 8:12PM

    Yeah to you!! Great idea and I love that tomorrow is a new day! emoticon

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APIRLRAIN888 10/16/2011 7:54PM

    Yes to planning ;) and poisoning yourself lol ...I feel that way now too....it's yum for a second...and moan and groan..bloat and ick for rest of day

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KAMAPERRY 10/16/2011 7:28PM

    Way to go girl, I have a friend like that. She used to chide me, but now she respects the way I eat.

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ESILBO 10/16/2011 7:21PM

    GREAT DECISION...KEEP GOING, YOU DESERVE THE BEST
HUGS
LISE

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TEMPEST272002 10/16/2011 7:13PM

    Great aha moments on a few fronts there. Blogging helps me think things through to a solution too. It's hard to establish new habits, but once you have you won't think twice about eating healthy on the road. I keep small bags of nuts & protien bars in my purse & car so that I don't get too hungry. Learned that lesson - again - from the rumball incident. How did the walk go?

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Watch only if you have a sense of humour! (video)

Saturday, October 15, 2011

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This was sent to me by a dear gay friend who lost his mom to breast cancer. Ironically enough his partner's mom is a breast cancer survivor. It is funny yet certainly gets the message across!

Busy day ahead for me....dog walk tomorrow to raise funds to neuter/spay a feral cat colony in a nearby community. Today we have to finish all of the details.....sshhhhh....don't tell Maddy and Louisa they are walking for cats.....growl!

Susan

P.S. I am typing this with no glasses on as I have misplaced them again.....have to wait until my husband gets home to resume the search!!! Blind as a bat......

  
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CALGARYNEWF 10/16/2011 1:28PM

    Thanks Susan! emoticon

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ESILBO 10/15/2011 8:20PM

    THANKS FOR SHARING...IT SURE GETS THE MESSAGE ACCROSS
HUGS
LISE

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MRSJERRYBUSH 10/15/2011 3:00PM

    Very good reminder--and men do get breast cancer, too! My sister just finished 32 radiation treatments and, believe me, a mamogram would habve been much less painful.

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KAYDE53 10/15/2011 2:49PM

    emoticonCertainly an eye catching way to get this important message across!!! Thanks!!!

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KAMAPERRY 10/15/2011 2:26PM

    OMG! Now I am sweating, lol. Yummy!

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BOVEY63 10/15/2011 12:22PM

    Love the link ~ Oh la la!
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Your secret from Maddy and Louisa is safe with me. Have a great walk and successful fundraiser!


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AZURELITE 10/15/2011 11:50AM

    Love the link! Thanks for the laugh & what a great reminder!

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TEMPEST272002 10/15/2011 11:39AM

    I won't tell the dogs they're walking for cats if you don't! lol DeeOhGee's best friend is a cat - she'd be happy to walk if we were nearby. I really admire you for the time and energy you give to the animals in your area.

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LESLIES537 10/15/2011 11:37AM

    LMAO!!! *wiping the drool from my face* That was great!! Must share that one! Thanks for the laugh this morning! emoticon

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CHUBRUB3 10/15/2011 11:37AM

    emoticon Susan! Hope you find your glasses, your typing is wonderful with out them.
Have a great walk and I will watch the video.
Hugs,
Angela


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GLORYANDME 10/15/2011 11:27AM

    It is certainly a reminder to me! Need to also get a mamogram soon! Enjoy your walk tomorrow with your pup and hope you have great weather. It is a wonderful thing that you are doing for the cat community. emoticon

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EJOY-EVELYN 10/15/2011 10:52AM

    Sweet! It brought a smile and makes light on a serious subject. I just accepted a request to knit a prayer shawl at my church for a woman with breast cancer. We need to be more diligent in making sure we take the steps to good health. Thanks for sharing! I loved the end of the credits where even the older fella was pretty svelte! 8-))

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SVELTEWARRIOR 10/15/2011 10:18AM

    First I am impressed at how well you did this blog without your glasses!!!!! I really loved this link, it gets a message across with humor...oh yeah it's not bad to look at either!!!!

Thanks for sharing!!!

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_LINDA 10/15/2011 10:09AM

    Great link Susan!! emoticon emoticon If it gets just one more woman to check themselves, it will be well worth it!! A nice bright, sexy wake me up to my morning! Too bad I don't have those fancy electronic gadgets!!
You did very well to type without your glasses, I sure couldn't. I always make sure I put my glasses down in the same spot every night -not hard there is only room for them in one place lol.
Have a fabulous weekend, enjoy!!
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