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Life in the Maintenance Lane

Saturday, September 08, 2012

I was writing this brilliant blog (LOL) about how I found my inner jock, when it disappeared in front of me. Oh, well. So much has happened, I'll just stick to my usual updates of my life in the maintenance lane:

* First, I have water!! The kitchen now has a working sink, dishwasher, and ice maker. I have counters. There is still a matter of the cabinet doors, tiling the backsplash, and the counter edges, but I really can cook now. Thank heavens! Maintenance will be easier for me.

* I went in faith. My hubby dropped me off this morning at 6am and left to go see his beloved Vols play football today. He took the car. It is 5.12 miles from our running start point home and I figured I could walk it alone. Didn't want to, though, due to dogs and high grass and bad traffic. I got a ride half way home and walked mostly on sidewalk the rest of the way. I really enjoyed the 5 mile group run.

*I should confess, though, that a fast car startled me when I was crossing and I backed up on the curb, missing in my klutzy way. I scraped my elbow a bit and I bet my backside will be dark for a while. No real harm done.

* While hubby is gone for 3 days, my plan is to eat like I was at a spa. I have plenty of fresh fruits and veggies, skim milk, tuna steaks and chicken breast, brown rice and quinoa. I've never tried quinoa before, so I'll let you know what I think.

* I do have one meal out planned, though. Monday is grandparents day at my 5 year old's school. The baby and I are invited to go eat in the cafeteria. I'm hoping it will be something healthy, but if not, I'll eat a little and talk a lot!!

Hope all my SparkFriends and SparkFriends-to-be are having a great weekend!!

  
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STRIVER57 9/9/2012 10:30AM

    i remember when we moved in here and had no water, no stove, no gas, ... so congratulations! i remember it as horrible. hope your tush is feeling better ... and glad i'm not the only one who walks to & from her runs sometimes (well ok, i don't have a choice. no car, and it just seems silly to take the subway. the whole part of discovering my inner jock is to walk or run everywhere.

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IAMWINNING 9/9/2012 8:58AM

    Thanks for sharing your weekend with us, Marsha. Sounds great, except for the walk home....sounds scary. I'm so sorry you fell and hope your 'ouchies' heal quickly. Enjoy Grandparents' Day with your darling. My DH and I have done the same with our grands, and it's both interesting and fun. We've had the added fun of a bunch of the kids wanting to sit next to us because we help out in grandsons' classrooms.

My former s-i-l is a Tennessee grad, so the Vols are near-n-dear to his heart, too. : ) Hope they win and that your DH has a good time.

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DONNABRIGHT 9/9/2012 6:25AM

    Awesome weekend wishes for you, too.

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NEW-CAZ 9/9/2012 4:59AM

    Glad you have water now and the kitchen is coming on.
Sorry to hear about your fall OUCH!

Having some alone me time sounds wonderful, love DH but love some time to myself at times too.

Nice to be home and catching up with everyone, have a great Sunday hun emoticon

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_LINDA 9/8/2012 11:55PM

    Sorry about your fall. That walk sounded scary indeed, like it was off the beaten path :(. Well done with the run!
That is awesome you have water now, that sure is useful!! Eat like you were at a spa indeed, enjoy!
Fantastic idea to talk more than you eat if the cafeteria doesn't have any decent food choices -love it!
No wonder you are an awesome maintainer!!
Would love to hear all about finding your inner jock, sounds intriguing! If you try again, put it on word first, and save frequently before copying and pasting it to Sparks..
Keep up the fabulous work!

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WATERMELLEN 9/8/2012 10:05PM

    I'm pretty keen on quinoa! High protein and highly adaptable to different couscous/brown rice type applications . . . hope you like it too!!

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AQUAGIRL08 9/8/2012 9:49PM

    You are such an inspiration, Marsha! I hope you have a great weekend too!

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Hope the bumps and bruises heal fast!

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NATPLUMMER 9/8/2012 8:42PM

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GOLFGMA 9/8/2012 8:25PM

    From no water to spa treatment sounds like a winner to me. Have a great time with that. emoticon

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MIRAGE727 9/8/2012 6:28PM

    You're rockin' it, Marsha!
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I also love Grandparents Day!
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AMARILYNH 9/8/2012 5:31PM

    Sounds like a great plan!! Heavy sigh - I the one thing I miss in retirement is my DH going on the occasional business trip! I could use some alone time LOL. That spa eating sounds especially nice!!

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46SHADOW 9/8/2012 3:30PM

    like how you are going to eat a little and talk a lot. great strategy.

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/8/2012 2:07PM

    "my plan is to eat like I was at a spa" Gotta love those virtual spa days! It's all about attitude and enjoyment!

And good plan about eating a little and talking a lot at the school event! emoticon emoticon

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NELLJONES 9/8/2012 1:38PM

    Just watch the kids eat and eat like they do. They really do stop when they are full when they are little. Amazing.

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MEXGAL1 9/8/2012 1:19PM

    First of all congrats on having water. woo hoo!

so sorry about the boo boos. hope you mend quickly and finally, enjoy your DH free time! I am loving mine!
Have a great week end.
Sallie

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Surprised and Not Surprised

Friday, September 07, 2012

Just 6 days of really good eating at the bottom of my maintenance calorie range and I registered a loss of 5.6 pounds at Weight Watchers today. I went from last Saturday weighing the most I'd weighed in 2.5 years to today being my lowest weigh-in since February of this year. What a surprise!

There is a lesson here. I really don't think I should sweat these fluctuations so much. That said, it's far better to address a 2 or 3 or 5 pound gain than let it build to 10 or 15 or 25 pounds like I have many times. Still looking for the right balance.

I'm not surprised that after 3.5 years of maintaining an 80+ pound loss, given my 5 decades of living overweight, I still don't have it all together. Honestly, I'm more surprised to see how well I am doing!! But that doesn't mean I'm complacent. I still want to aim for excellent eating habits and a very small range of weight fluctuation.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 9/8/2012 9:44PM

    I'm not surprised. I know how awesome you are!!!

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MSLZZY 9/8/2012 8:21AM

    Stay on top of things but you have done great!

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WATERMELLEN 9/7/2012 9:26PM

    Eternal vigilance! And catching the small increases. I'm absolutely with you on both of these!

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JOYINKY 9/7/2012 8:36PM

    I think it will always take vigilance; at least it does for me. You're doing great!

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HAPPYSOUL91 9/7/2012 7:36PM

    Woo hoo, it takes a lot of due diligence to maintain.

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/7/2012 6:54PM

    I too am aiming for that small range... it does take some paying attention, and hey, if it takes us years to completely figure it out, so be it. We're working on it! emoticon

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MIRAGE727 9/7/2012 4:11PM

    Marsha, my goal weight was 170...I maintained for a good year, and now down to 165.8 this morning. I've fluctuated + - 2 pounds, depending on my running and training. It's all good. I believe you and I are on the healthy cruise line for life!
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_LINDA 9/7/2012 3:42PM

    You are far from complacent Marsha lol. Watching the scale like a hawk does have the benefit of catching any upwards trends early rather than later! Well done on the weigh in! We are really what we eat. Tracking things carefully and staying in your range works and that is what is working for me. I think if I had given it up when I reached goal, I would have seen those pounds slowly creep back on. It should follow if you are eating healthy and exercising regularly, your weight should be maintained. You are doing that and have it together more than most people!
Happy Maintaining!!

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MEXGAL1 9/7/2012 3:28PM

    Good for you Marsha. I think we will always be looking for that balance. I know I am always trying to figure things out. Sometimes I think we might over focus....I just worry about getting fat again although I swear I won't!
Have a terrific week end.
Sallie

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NATPLUMMER 9/7/2012 1:45PM

    Finding balance is important.

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FRAN0426 9/7/2012 1:31PM

    Congrats--I think you have been doing fantastic with your maintanance.

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Keeping Up Energy Or Making Excuses??

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Another good healthy eating day yesterday, hitting all the nutritional goals I track (calories, carbs, fat, protein, sodium, fiber, calcium).

Despite the fact that I am just eating at the bottom of my maintenance calorie range, it didn't take me near as long as I thought it would to get back within my goal weight range. This morning I was there, near the top, at 129.0 pounds, down 5 pounds from Saturday. (Maybe water weight? I have been eating out more as kitchen is being remodeled.) I would like to stay around 126 with a range between 124 and 129, but my actual range is more like 129 to 134. So I'd like to lose around 5 pounds.

For now, I'm just going to continue to eat at the bottom of my maintenance range and see how that works out. Definitely want to keep up my energy for running. I don't think that is just an excuse. It's not, is it?? I enjoyed a great 50 minute TM run today and felt full of energy!!!

And while I'm asking questions, are any of you, my SparkFriends, tired of me moaning about little gains? Especially when the gain doesn't last but a few days? Perhaps I should start keeping these gains to myself!! I do have some WW friends that don't consider it a gain unless it lasts a month. I'm still afraid to go that long without tightening up my eating. How do you look at it??

  
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WATERMELLEN 9/7/2012 9:28PM

    You're doing what works for you (and it's what works for me too . . ). We'll just keep on keeping on!!

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MSLZZY 9/7/2012 9:52AM

    I deal with the minor swings during the week but do
try to keep the swings as small as possible. Express
what you are feeling. I don't mind.

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DONNABRIGHT 9/7/2012 8:42AM

    Do what you are comfortable with. Sparkers are good listeners and that is why we are all here!

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_LINDA 9/7/2012 1:26AM

    Good for you hitting all your nutrient goals!! That is so very hard to do -I have only done it once in a very long time. I always struggle with it -trying to get one right sometimes pushes me over on another..
Great work with the TM. Its what ever gives you peace of mind that is important and if you have to watch the scale number go up and down and comment on it for accountability, so be it! I agree with the WW group -if the gain lasts a month sounds right. Its so true our weight fluctuates so wildly. As the others mentioned, you must be careful to get enough fuel for your workouts.. I am skirting the top of my range for all the workouts I do. Even though its all healthy stuff, its not hard getting up there!!
That is the neat thing about Sparks -your journey is your own done your way, however you feel it will help you get to where you are going -we will support you no matter what you put out here!

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PMFISH 9/6/2012 11:32PM

    Marsha I have 5 pounds that I have lost & regained forever, but I finally just broke a plateau and early this week was down 10 pounds. I don't record until it holds for a month or more. My weight fluctuates 5 lbs in the course of a day. I just do not worry anymore about the numbers as much as the energy I have each day. We never tire of listening to our friends. Keep up the good lady!

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NATPLUMMER 9/6/2012 9:52PM

    Do what works for you!! As long as you have enough energy for your workouts, you're doing great.

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AQUAGIRL08 9/6/2012 9:22PM

    The little gains get me down too. It is so frustrating when you work real hard, your weight starts to go down and then bounces up 5 pounds. With me it is usually water weight but even that takes 4-5 days to drop. Restaurant food is so loaded with salt that sometimes I feel that it isn't worth it to go out. The struggle to lose the water weight almost eclipses the "fine dining experience!"

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JOYINKY 9/6/2012 8:27PM

    Do what works for you Marsha. I quit weighing so often because it caused me to do unhealthy things to control my weight. You're obviously NOT doing that! I don't hear any excuses here; you do need sufficient calories to maintain your energy at the activity level you are at. Trust yourself; your instincts are good!

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MOBYCARP 9/6/2012 8:24PM

    While I might not blog a lot about little gains and losses, I can certainly relate to your concern with them. I had several of those min-gains earlier this year that worried me a little. Fortunately, I was able to reverse all of them fairly promptly.

But I keep remembering . . . back before SP . . . the first 3 or 5 pounds of a 20 pound weight gain looks *exactly* like a meaningless 3 or 5 pound blip upward. Take care of those blips, and the monster weight gain won't happen.

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MEXGAL1 9/6/2012 7:48PM

    first of all...for me, I never get tired of hearing about your little gains and your loses. I can identify. It sounds like my story and it makes me feel more normal in the whole maintenence thing. So keep the stories coming.

I think it is important as well to keep your energy up for your running prep.
very good for you!
Have a terrific evening.
Sallie

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/6/2012 7:35PM

    I've started using a 7 day rolling average for measuring... it evens things out, and in maintenance the trend is more important than a single weight, don't you think?

With the activity level you are at, you need to be eating enough to support it. Bottom of maintenance range is probably just about right. Good luck! emoticon

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Further Updates

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

* No change in the kitchen. (Grrr-rrr-rrr. Arggghhhh!) Predictable, but frustrating anyway.

* Did 30 minute stationary bike and 30 minutes elliptical trainer this morn at the Y.

* Last night I ate nothing after supper -- absolutely nothing. Hooray!! I haven't done that for months and months. It wasn't even hard. I was ready for it. Ate at 5:30 pm and went to bed at 10:30, did not wake up in the middle of the night, and did not wake up this morning ravenous. I hit almost all my nutritional goal yesterdays: calories, protein, fiber, calcium, sodium. I was slightly over on carbs and slightly under on fat, but will be sure to get in my olive oil today and cut back a touch on the fruit. (There's this new fruit stand between my house and my daughter's house and the plums, the peaches, the bananas, the honeycrisp apples, the berries -- well, yum!!)

* Scale was down 1.4 pounds from yesterday. Only .3 from being at the top of my acceptable goal weight range and 4.2 over my "happy weight" of 126. In response to comment yesterday, I would love to be able to get an accurate body fat percentage reading in order to rely less on the scale for feedback, but my attempts with static measures and calipers have been obviously flawed. There is no BodPod close to me and even if there were I might be too claustrophobic to do it. I've also read that BodPod is not precise either. My body fat percentage has varied from 26.7% to 33.5% using the imprecise measures I have available. I think those rather poor numbers are due to years of yo-yo dieting when I undoubtedly lost a lot of muscle and gained back mostly fat.

* In answer to a question on my blog yesterday, the qualifying statewide 5K Road Race for the national senior games is on Saturday, December 8th, in my hometown. Women's qualifying times are 27:21 for ages 60-64 and 28:09 for ages 65-69. If I don't qualify this year, maybe when I move up an age group?? I'm 63 now.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 9/6/2012 9:16PM

    Congratulations on such a successful night! You are doing a great job!

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CANDOK1260 9/6/2012 12:58PM

    no eating after dinner you desrve a gold star

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IAMWINNING 9/6/2012 8:01AM

    emoticon on not eating after dinner!

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I hope all goes very well for you.

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_LINDA 9/6/2012 1:08AM

    Sorry about the kitchen mess :(
That fruit stand sound sWONDERFUL, I so envy you!!!
I am thinking you will make this qualifying run. This is because I have seen how disciplined and dedicated you are! You never give up and you always find a way!
I have got to admit, I have never heard of this BodPod. I was thinking if you had an University kinesiology lab available to do something like that any where there is athletes training, I would guess this is one of the things they would monitor.. My body fat was considered unusually high for my weight and size too -also by imprecise measurements.
Keep up the great work!!

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MIRAGE727 9/5/2012 9:11PM

    Stay strong, Marsha, stay strong!
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WATERMELLEN 9/5/2012 9:07PM

    All best with the qualifier! All best with the kitchen reno too!! (It's my previous reno which is preventing me from embarking upon a much-needed kitchen reno . . . grrrrrr indeed!!).

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/5/2012 7:34PM

    Do you have any clue how in awe of you I am? Woo-hoo... hope you make it in the qualifier! emoticon emoticon

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ROOSTER72 9/5/2012 6:01PM

    That would be so great to qualify for the masters!
Sounds like your eating was really great today - well done

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MEXGAL1 9/5/2012 4:01PM

    good for you making it through the evening without snacking. Sometimes that is difficult but I make myself brush my teeth and just go to bed and read. that is my trick and i am sticking to it.
Have another great night tonight Marsha....you don't need the extra calories that a night snack brings.
Here's to us being strong!
Sallie

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EDUCGRAD 9/5/2012 3:27PM

    Awesome

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MSLZZY 9/5/2012 2:44PM

    Remodeling never goes as planned. As you said,
predictable. Good luck with adjusting your
nutrition to fit what you need. No BodPod
anywhere close so I will just keep on guessing.
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Quick Updates for Close SparkFriends

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

* Went 4.5 miles on TM today, running 3.1 miles of it. If the TM was calibrated correctly I ran my fastest 5K ever, 27:30. For my age group, to qualify for the national senior games 5K you have to run 27:21 or under. Who knows? I just might achieve that!

* Kitchen remodeling is crawling along. Currently have stove, microwave, and refrig, but no water, no sink, no dishwasher. Cabinets are in but without doors. Everything that is finished looks good.

* I'm weighing on the average about 2 pounds more than I did a month ago, and that was 3 pounds more than I wanted to weigh. Not going to do anything drastic, but just going to try to focus on healthy, healthy eating. Will be easier when I have a full kitchen, but I am not gaining one more ounce no matter what!

* I've asked myself if I am nuts, and I've decided I'm not. I think it is perfectly okay for me to celebrate 3.5 years maintaining a big loss (80+ pounds), but still bemoan that it's not always easy; that I'm not always eating with the control I want; and that my weight is a pound (or 5) more than I wish.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 9/6/2012 9:14PM

    Marsha, you've done an awesome job of maintaining! I've learned a tremendous amount just by reading your blogs, talking to you and watching what you do. You're a great role model!

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WATERMELLEN 9/5/2012 9:05PM

    You are NOT nutz: what you've accomplished is fabulous ("flab-you-less") but of course maintenance is tough: the toughest thing we've ever done.

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FROSTY99 9/5/2012 7:58PM

    emoticon on maintaining your 80 lb weight loss.
emoticon on your patience with the kitchen remodel. It will be worth it in the long run.

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IAMWINNING 9/5/2012 8:58AM

    Thanks for sharing the updates, Marsha. Maybe some of that 5 pounds is muscle - after all, you're running a lot (congratulations) and surely that builds some muscle.

Regardless, I hear remodeling is stressful (have managed to not do it....yet) and not being able to prepare your own meals in your own kitchen must be maddening. Hang in there - there's light at the end of the tunnel. Glad you like what has been completed so far.

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MILLERGIRL719 9/5/2012 6:11AM

    4.5 is a long time on the TM. The max I've been able to do or tolerate a TM is 3! I wouldn't worry about the minimal weight gain with the kitchen tore-up..I'd end up eating out all the time and ballooning. I think you've done AMAZING! It will drop right off when it's all put back together! Yea new kitchen! How exciting! Congrats on the total weight loss of 80+.....AWESOME! What an achievement! Have a wonderful day!

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_LINDA 9/5/2012 2:12AM

    Well done on the running time! I didn't know you had to qualify with a time for the games, but I bet you will get it done!! So when is the local qualifying run going to happen for it? How much time do you have to train before it happens?
No water and no sink? Yikes! How do you wash all those freggies?? I hope they get it done soon for you!!
Are you sure the weight gain is not muscle mass? Maybe instead of worrying about the number on the scale so much, maybe body fat % would be a more accurate measure (if you got an accurate test done by a professional). Also, the time tested and true method of knowing if you have a problem is how your clothes fit. And they sure are looking like they fit good to me in your biking photo!!
We all know maintaining is the absolute hardest and having done it for 3.5 years, you sure can celebrate it and shout it from the roof tops!
You are one AWESOME maintainer!!!

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PMFISH 9/5/2012 1:42AM

    Congrats on the running time and also the great job of maintaining your weight. Stress always seems to add a pound or 2. We all know remodeling can be very stressful. Hope your kitchen is full functional in short order.


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JOYINKY 9/4/2012 8:34PM

    The kitchen remodel is a definite challenge. I think you are doing great Marsha!

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PARKERB2 9/4/2012 6:52PM

    Your doing great! I'm still working on running 2 minutes at a time. You are fast. Keep up the good work. Have a great night.

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MEXGAL1 9/4/2012 5:51PM

    sounds like you are making great progress on the running. I so admire you for keeping up with it.

gosh I so understand the pain in the butt remodeling can be. I have been through so many "projects" I lost count. Hopefully soon you will have water and dishwasher working.

I say "celebrate" that wonderful weight loss and especially the maintaining. YOu know that I understand and appreciate what it takes to maintain.
Have a terrific evening.
Sallie

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ROOSTER72 9/4/2012 5:35PM

    As you said yesterday - never quit quitting, and you will keep maintaining.
Keep your eye on the goal and you will continue to achieve it.

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PHEBESS 9/4/2012 3:41PM

    Maintaining an 80 lb loss (within 5 lbs) is great!!!!

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MSLZZY 9/4/2012 3:07PM

    It will get better once you have the kitchen back
to normal. Just keep on SParking! HUGS!

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NATPLUMMER 9/4/2012 3:00PM

    Wow...that is fast. I don't think I could ever be fast enough to qualify for your age group.
I think you are doing great weight-wise...especially during the kitchen remodel!!

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