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Screen Names, Positive

Monday, January 06, 2014

I first found SparkPeople on September 2, 2009. At first I was overwhelmed by all of it, but 3 weeks later I had a day off work without commitments and spent my time wisely. The first thing I learned and used was the nutrition tracker. I had heard about SparkPeople on the Weight Watcher maintenance message boards. I heard you could analyze your nutrition and learn from maintenance meal plans. Yep, it was all here. Later I'll highlight my learnings as I review my old blogs.

I didn't post my first blog until October 27, 2009. I remember being a little reluctant. I wondered if being honest about my experiences battling obesity would make me an object of scorn. So, my first blog was just a little dabble. I explained that I chose the screen name, OLDMOM3, was because my granddaughter calls me Old Mom. BTW, she still does; and now her sister does, too. (When the older kept calling me "Mommy" I told her I was too old to be her mom.)

Through experience I learned that SP is a place you can be totally honest. No one has ever given me a negative comment about my struggles. I have found so much support and help here. I did find that even though I love it when the grandkids call me Old Mom, I really didn't like other people to call me that. So later I changed my screen, and I'll share that in more detail later, too.

If you aren't crazy about your screen name let me recommend you find a name that is powerful and really speaks to you. It is easy to change on SparkPeople. I didn't lose a single SparkPoint, blog, tracked meal, message or anything. You just go to "account preferences" and change the name. Nothing else changes.

If we look at people who have been really successful on SparkPeople I'm betting that the great majority have very positive screen names. What do you think?

  
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MSLZZY 1/7/2014 7:47AM

    Keeping your name positive helps motivate you and others. I think I'll just keep my name for now. HUGS!

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JULIA_211 1/7/2014 4:03AM

    What a wonderful post! You have been such an inspiration for many of us! I remember when you changed your name, I thought it was so clever! I totally agree about choosing positive screen names! emoticon

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_LINDA 1/6/2014 11:49PM

    Totally agree, never liked seeing some of the names on here. I was so happy when you changed your original name -I just didn't think it defined you.

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RUNNERRACHEL 1/6/2014 10:39PM

    I totally agree!

Having a positive screen name is so important!

I started Spark with a different screen name. Not a negative one, neutral. When I started Spark I was not a runner! It took a lot of reading others blogs to start to think I could train for and run a 5k.

Now I call myself a runner. It took a lot of time to accept that I was a runner. Or even to admit to others that I liked running or races. Now I am proud to call myself a runner. My Spark name makes me feel inspired and proud. I'm so glad I changed it. You're right--it's super easy to do and you don't lose anything.

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 1/6/2014 9:48PM

    I still like the Freudian typo "Splenderella" emoticon
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AQUAGIRL08 1/6/2014 8:24PM

    Several years ago, I changed my screen name too. Aquagirl08 sounded like someone who has super powers to make exercising in water something special. It is special and I took my hubby's nickname for me and turned it into my screen name. By now, I love my screen name because it stands for something about me that I like. Owning your screen name and letting it represent something positive about you as a person is very motivating!

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BROOKLYN_BORN 1/6/2014 7:07PM

    I like your new name better too. Funny that one word for Grandma in Slovak is Stara Mama which literally means "old mother." Somehow it never sounded so bad to me as a kid.

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JOYINKY 1/6/2014 6:27PM

    I remember being so glad when you changed your screen name! You were definitely and OLDMOM to us and it did seem negative. I fully understand. I love being "grandma", but it can take on a different connotation when an adult out of the family calls me "grandma". I absolutely believe in positive screen names.

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GABY1948 1/6/2014 6:20PM

    I can't wait for more of your information, Marsha! Yes, I agree about the name it should never be negative. I have always loved positive names like yours but I am not creative like that either. And BTW you are definitely NOT "OLD MOM" no matter who called you that! You have a great one, especially living in FL near your "sister" "CINDER"ELLA! My name is my initials GAB but my hubby always called/calls me Gaby and I just added the birth year because whenever I sign up for a username on something there are always a bazillion Gabys.

This was a great blog...I love learning more about my inspirations on spark! Keep 'em coming.
Gaye

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SIMONEKP 1/6/2014 5:29PM

    It's a good thought, I'm not that creative so I just use my name.

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WILD4STARS 1/6/2014 5:24PM

    There should never be anything negative attached to something you're doing to improve your life. I cringe at some of the screen names I see sometimes. If your heart really isn't in to making it positive at least make it neutral and not negative.

Great blog, hope it gives some here something to think about. You are always an inspiration.

Will admit though, I remember when you were OldMom and I liked it after hearing the story behind it!!!

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BOOKAPHILE 1/6/2014 5:23PM

    I enjoy names that are unusual and are neutral or lean toward positive when considered all by themselves. It's hard to think of a thrilling name when you are faced with making one up on the spot so you can get to the information you want!

Thanks for sharing how to change a name and not lose anything else.

I don't think I'd want any of you to call me Oma, though some of my grandkids do. (That's German for Grandmother, not short for Old Ma. Lol.)

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MEXGAL1 1/6/2014 5:18PM

    I think positive screen names are an asset. I chose Mexgal1 as I love living in Mexico and I always want to be number one.
Here's to positive screen names.
Sallie

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TRAVELGRRL 1/6/2014 4:40PM

    I am continually horrified by some of the screen names I see -- those that are really negative about their weight/appearance and also those that are too tentative, such as HOPETOLOSEIN2014. (I hope that's not a real one, but you get my point.)

I think our messages to ourselves are very powerful, and negative ones are just as powerful as the positive ones.



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STRIVERONE 1/6/2014 4:38PM

    I'm glad you wrote this. I've noticed a few self deprecating screen names and debated saying something to an individual that might be taken the wrong way. In the end, I kept silent.

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HARROWJET 1/6/2014 4:25PM

    I believe in positive screen names

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JURASSICSUE 1/6/2014 4:07PM

    I think you're right and I apply this to passwords as well. If I'm going to be typing something every day then it can became a mini 'inspiration' moment. So I use words like Success or Enjoy as part of my password.
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WATERMELLEN 1/6/2014 3:41PM

    Hmmm. You may recall that I once contemplated changing my WATERMELLEN name to something more along the SLENDERELLA lines!! Maybe EXCELLENT (which also incorporates my name and which I used jokingly on a short term conference basis one time: but is a bit too braggy and in your face for ongoing use for me!! ) But actually WATERMELLEN doesn't have negative connotations for me . . . hope it doesn't for others here either. I absolutely love it.

I do think that the truly and overtly negative names are a poor idea whether for Spark or even for dogs!! Call your dog, "Rebel", and you're setting him up for flunking obedience class for sure!!

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KLMEIRING 1/6/2014 3:40PM

    I like the idea of having a positive screen name. emoticon

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Reflecting and Relearning

Sunday, January 05, 2014

When it comes to health and fitness, there are many lessons I've had to learn over and over again. Probably the most important of these lessons is simple at its core: don't give up. Do the best you can. Forgive yourself when you mess up. Get right back to healthy living - not Monday or tomorrow but NOW. Grab a glass of water. Do a little exercise. Recommit this minute.

As I approach my 5 year anniversary of attaining a healthy weight, I think now is a good time to reflect on where I am and where I have come from, looking for any lessons I need to relearn. I'm going to try a series of blogs, reviewing my blogs starting in 2009. I'm almost certain this exercise will have value to me and I hope it will be useful for SparkFriends, too.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 1/6/2014 8:18PM

    What a good idea. I think I will look back at some old blogs as well.

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_LINDA 1/5/2014 9:43PM

    Sounds great! If we cannot learn from our past mistakes we are doomed to repeat them!!

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2WHEELEDSHARON 1/5/2014 6:42PM

    "...Forgive yourself...Grab a glass of water..." Marsha, I'll think of this often. Thank you!
Wishing you the best a new year can bring!

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TRAVELGRRL 1/5/2014 3:35PM

    Sounds wonderful. Kind of like Pinkhope's "Tales from 100# Down." I can't WAIT! You obviously have some serious wisdom with five years behind you.

From the time I've known you I would say that one of the lessons you've learned is to keep it fresh!

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TAICHIDANCER 1/5/2014 1:18PM

    Almost five years: such an achievement.

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DAYLILY1601 1/5/2014 12:40PM

    Fantastic! As a newbie; I look forward to your insight.

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SOKKERNUT 1/5/2014 12:19PM

    Great idea! emoticon on your 5 year anniversary!

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BUSYGRANNY5 1/5/2014 11:38AM

    Self-reflection is a wonderful thing...

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CELIAMINER 1/5/2014 11:17AM

    Five years! Good on ya! Thanks for the reflection, since the message is just what I need right now.

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OHMEMEME 1/5/2014 11:00AM

    Best wishes for relearning...sounds like a great plan.

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WATERMELLEN 1/5/2014 10:44AM

    Reflecting and relearning -- day 2 of Siebold fatloser was about 100% compliance, just as is required for alcoholics (and for marital fidelity!!).

Yeah. Something I have to relearn over and over again (not the fidelity part!!).

And I'm most definitely looking forward to your review of your prior blogs!!

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OHMEMEME 1/5/2014 10:44AM

    I am a follower! Congrats on maintenance of a healthy lifestyle and weight management!! Thanks for sharing. Especially looking forward to hearing about the process of overcoming binging! keep Sparking!

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MEXGAL1 1/5/2014 10:37AM

    Wow, isn't that the truth....we sure have learned lessons. Many times I wish I hadn't wasted so much of my life not knowing what I know now. Would have prevented much pain. But at least I know now what and how to do things to be healthy....so I am happy for that.
Looking forward to your blogs reviewing goals.
Have a great Sunday.
Sallie

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JOYINKY 1/5/2014 10:05AM

    emoticon I think when we forget where it started, we get in trouble. Remembering why we started in the first place is important; reviewing is great!

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BOOKAPHILE 1/5/2014 9:43AM

    I can't wait to read them. I've learned a lot from you.

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TORTISE110 1/5/2014 9:28AM

    Five years of maintenance! emoticon You rock! Eager to read your posts.

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NATPLUMMER 1/5/2014 9:11AM

    Excellent!

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JUST_TRI_IT 1/5/2014 9:07AM

    Five years... Way to go Marsha :) I look forward to the reflections.

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DONNABRIGHT 1/5/2014 9:05AM

    Awesome. Give yourself a pat on the back - you deserve it!

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MSLZZY 1/5/2014 9:00AM

    Right on!

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MIRAGE727 1/5/2014 8:57AM

    Happy New Year, Marsha! Outstanding effort and blog! I don't think you need to relearn. You've become successful! It's just "tuning up!"
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ONEKIDSMOM 1/5/2014 8:53AM

    emoticon A perfect way to reflect on those five years of maintenance and commit to the NEXT five! emoticon

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MJRVIC2000 1/5/2014 8:28AM

    Remember that there is a BIG difference between making a DECISION and making a COMMITMENT! God Bless YOU! Vic.

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JAROL7 1/5/2014 8:27AM

    You are so right. Congratulations on your success and your maintenance. I am just entering my maintenance process. I am on Day #150 of my journey.

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SHERYLP461 1/5/2014 8:23AM

    It seems you have it figured out, good for you!

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KLMEIRING 1/5/2014 8:22AM

    Sounds great! I look forward to reading what you have to share.

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Thinking about Goals.

Friday, January 03, 2014

I've read great blogs summing up 2013 health and fitness efforts and great blogs setting out 2014 goals. I believe on setting goals and working toward them. I mean, what would a football game be without goal posts? How can I celebrate achieving a goal if I never set a goal? Celebrating successes is crucial to motivate me to keep on keeping on -- you know: eating right and being active, drinking my water and trying to get my sleep, seeking medical care when needed and otherwise being kind to myself.

So why have I not set any goals for 2014? For one thing, I have a lot of goals set already. I just haven't decided if I want to change or not. My goal of averaging 126 pounds is a tough one. 129 or 131 may be more doable for me in the long run; I know I definitely don't want to go over 135. I'm thinking for 2014 I'm going to focus on eating healthy, not on the scale, and see what happens to the scale. I have come so far in overcoming binge eating. My indulgences are much smaller, much healthier, and far less frequent. I believe if I could give up out-of-control unplanned indulgences (okay, binges) I'd weigh exactly what I want to. Will try. I know that "focus on eating healthy" is not a SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-specific) goal. Will think about it.

Then there are my running goals. I don't want to change, but reality is I've got a glute muscle that has been bothering me on and off since April and I fear isn't getting better. In August I thought it was healed, tried to strengthen it, and reinjured instead. Recently tried some new rolling and stretching and again think I reinjured. Darn. Good sense may mean I need to give up speed goals. But I am reluctant. I love to run. I love to compete. Will think about it.

So, I am thinking. Definitely not giving up, just trying to come up with those motivating but realistic goals for me for 2014.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 1/6/2014 8:16PM

    What great and thoughtful goals for 2014! I often need to just mull my goals over in my mind before putting them on paper.

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HAKAPES 1/5/2014 7:06AM

    I'd suggest to set the target weight as a metric, not as a goal in itself. Making changes in your eating or exercise plan sounds better for me on the long term.

Otherwise, I don't see a problem to set the same goals for 2014 as you had for 2013. However, I like to review my past year, extract the learning, and make a list of things that I will do differently this year, even when I work towards similar things.

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GABY1948 1/4/2014 5:33PM

    You really made me think. I actually don't make "conscious" goals and maybe that is what I NEED at this point. I am praying about your leg and do hope it just plain heals and you can continue your running. You are such an inspiration to so many of us, I now want what is good for YOU! Whatever goes on I KNOW you will choose well and be happy with your decision!
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MSLZZY 1/4/2014 7:35AM

    Setting new goals can be a challenge but doable if you can find one. You seem to be on top of your game. HUGS!

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TRAVELGRRL 1/3/2014 9:42PM

    I tend to reinjure my muscles too, probably by doing too much too soon. WHEN will we learn?!? Good luck with your goals for 2014. Whatever you decide, I know you will find success!

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_LINDA 1/3/2014 6:17PM

    Sorry to hear you are still having issues with the glute :-( Getting your leg length and foot stability measured by a podiatrist may give you some help if there is an issue there.
Good luck with setting realistic goals for you -you can do it!!

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RUNNERRACHEL 1/3/2014 1:48PM

    Continue to see what works for you. Eating healthy, balanced fitness that you enjoy, continuing to live healthy and happy are apparent. You continually reevaluate and reflect on your goals so I think making New Year's resolutions is a little redundant. Focus on your goals and you will achieve them.

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of specialist? Hope you find what the solution is and are able to continue running. I love running too and want to stay injury free! Focusing on form and proper shoes is important for me but there may be more pieces to the puzzle I haven't discovered yet so I'm continuing to reassess and hopefully train smarter.

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MEXGAL1 1/3/2014 10:51AM

    I get it Marsha. Goal setting is important if you really think through what you want to accomplish and then as you said make specific measurable goals. but I think that it's important to really want to accomplish something that is meaningful to you. Only you know what you want. I like the idea of eating healthy overall and fueling your body, especially since you are running so much. Very important to fuel your body.
I know you will do what is right for you.
Cheers
Sallie

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JUST_TRI_IT 1/3/2014 10:32AM

    Hmmm, giving the goals some thought is a worthy task. I read an interesting goal setting blog this morning that resonated...
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KLMEIRING 1/3/2014 10:31AM

    The serenity prayer comes to mind. God, grant my friend serenity to accept the things she cannot change, courage to change the things that she can & the wisdom to know the difference.

I am praying that you will have wisdom concerning the healing of that glute muscle.... I know what it is like to have limitations that I do not want to have. It would be awesome to see it totally restored.

Blessings to you in the New Year!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 1/3/2014 10:29AM

    Have you ever checked to see if you have a leg length discrepancy? This is actually fairly common and even a slight imbalance can lead to chronic injuries if you run a lot. My right leg is 1/8th inch shorter than my left and once my runs got longer than 10-14 miles, I was having constant soreness in my right hip. A 1/8 inch lift in the heel of my right shoe totally solved the problem.

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ZZYYGGY3 1/3/2014 10:15AM

    great job. You can do it.

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Jacketless Gratitude

Thursday, January 02, 2014

I know that much of the county, including many of my SparkFriends, are experiencing really cold weather today. I feel for you. But that's not happening here in central Florida as our high today is about 81 degrees. The Senior Dance is held in a lovely facility that is usually a very comfortable temperature. However, today it was hot. It made me really glad that my weight is good and I could take off my jacket without embarrassment. There were many years I would have suffered rather than shown off my fat rolls. Incidents like this help me remember, be grateful for my health and fitness, and vigilant about maintaining!

  
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WATERMELLEN 1/2/2014 10:57PM

    It was -23 C here today -- so I as wearing a jacket. However, gotta say that it's still nice to know that if the weather permitted I would also feel comfortable jacketless. And I sure identify with those memories of suffering overheating so as not to display the fat rolls. It's all motivating!!

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MSLZZY 1/2/2014 10:21PM

    Yeah, here you need a coat, gloves, scarf, stocking cap, thermal underwear and snow boots. That might look a bit odd on the dance floor. Enjoy the wonderful weather and thanks for thinking of us who are waiting for spring to arrive. HUGS!

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KLONG8 1/2/2014 7:15PM

    That's a TRUE test! Enjoy!

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TINAJANE76 1/2/2014 7:04PM

    Such a great feeling--congratulations!

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MEXGAL1 1/2/2014 7:01PM

    your temps sounds good to me...although today we did see sun all day and it got up to around 75.
Glad that you could take that jacket off. good for you....it does feel so very good.
Happy New Year
Sallie

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TRAVELGRRL 1/2/2014 7:01PM

    Yup, I know what you mean! I'm looking forward to the day when I feel good enough to wear a sleeveless top to the fitness center!

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    emoticon emoticon emoticon I know exactly what you mean....

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BOOKAPHILE 1/2/2014 6:08PM

    Yet another NSV! Yay, you!

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WILD4STARS 1/2/2014 5:40PM

    I love living in Florida. I will warn you though, it's going to be pretty chilly in the morning. Not compared to the rest of the country, but compared to what we're used to! I'm going to Bok Tower Gardens tomorrow and plan to dress WARM!

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KLMEIRING 1/2/2014 4:50PM

    Isn't it amazing! I am so happy for you!

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HARROWJET 1/2/2014 4:29PM

    Isn't it good to have reminders of how far you have come? emoticon It is good for me to know that not everyone is cold. emoticon

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PICKIE98 1/2/2014 3:48PM

    Count your blessings, THIS county is bitter cold in Michigan!! One jacket is not sufficient..

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2013 Review, Short Version

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Overall, I did great!!

  
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TINAJANE76 1/2/2014 11:44AM

    Yes, you did! You're one of my great inspirations here, so I hope to hear lots more from you in the year ahead. Happy 2014!

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BROOKLYN_BORN 1/2/2014 8:37AM

    YES, you definitely did!

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TRAVELGRRL 1/1/2014 2:58PM

    Short and sweet! Wishing you continued success in 2014!

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KLMEIRING 1/1/2014 9:22AM

    Happy New Year!

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MSLZZY 1/1/2014 8:19AM

    emoticon Happy New Year!

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SMITTY4RL 1/1/2014 6:44AM

    LOL I love this sweet and short version! Here's to 2014, cheers!

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TERI-RIFIC 1/1/2014 6:10AM

    LOL. Short, sweet, true. Great last blog of the year!!! emoticon

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    emoticon Happy 2014 to you my friend emoticon

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JOYINKY 12/31/2013 10:20PM

    Yes you did! emoticon HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

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BOOKAPHILE 12/31/2013 4:58PM

    Short and sweet! Congratulations on maintaining while chasing other goals. You're one of my examples.

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WATERMELLEN 12/31/2013 2:22PM

    You did indeed! Overall, AND in the details!!

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RUN4FOOD 12/31/2013 2:14PM

    CONGRATULATIONS! Sounds like a great year. You have been doing well.
Hope 2014 is just as good for you.
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MEXGAL1 12/31/2013 2:00PM

    woo hoo...and keep it up.
Happy New Year dear Marsha
Sallie

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JOELEVENACIOUS 12/31/2013 1:25PM

    Keep it Up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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STRIVERONE 12/31/2013 1:10PM

    Nothing like cutting to the chase.
Happy New Year.

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