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So Proud of the Nephew!

Saturday, January 18, 2014

My nephew took over another minute off his 5K PR for a 36 minute and 50-somthing (53 maybe?) finish this morning in the Komen Race for the Cure. He's come a long way from his first 5K in January of 2012 at 49 minutes. He is controlling his blood sugar with diet and exercise alone. He's not lost a lot more weight since the first 30 that fell off of him in the hospital when his blood sugar was 650, but between the running and the CrossFit he is definitely fitter. My niece finished the 10K, too, although she wasn't happy with her time.

Me? I didn't race this morning, but I did run 8 miles with my Galloway group starting at 6am. Overall it felt good; a little chilly at the start -- around 48 degrees and windy. My foot complained a bit, but tolerable. The physician assistant yesterday would have taken a biopsy, but decided on less drastic measures for now so that I could keep running. She said it would require at least one stitch. She diagnosed the problem as psoriasis, although I've had other diagnoses in the past. I'm to go to the compounding pharmacy on Monday for medication to take the thick scale off my feet so that external medicine like creams or ointments can penetrate. Hope it works. There is a possibility of some sort of laser treatment, but recovery might take some time. I've got the Princess Half Marathon on February 23rd and Senior Games 5K on March 8th. Would hate to miss anything. Running is just too much fun!!

  
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AQUAGIRL08 1/19/2014 5:15PM

    Oh my! You have so much on your plate already! Who needs this new problem? Take care Marsha!

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MEXGAL1 1/19/2014 10:37AM

    That is just so awesome with your Nephew. Good for him. I bet you have been such a great inspiration to him with all you have accomplished.
I do hope this foot thing doesn't give you too much trouble.
Have a terrific day.
Sallie

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GABY1948 1/19/2014 9:32AM

    Take good care of yourself, Marsha, and I hope you don't miss anything either. I love reading your adventures! emoticon

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MSLZZY 1/18/2014 11:33PM

    Hope all goes well with the pharmacy and congrats to those 2 successful runners!

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_LINDA 1/18/2014 11:18PM

    emoticon to your nephew! Kudos to you for inspiring him!
I hope they can find the solution to your foot problem and that its not psoriasis..
Take care of yourself!
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BOOKAPHILE 1/18/2014 7:01PM

    You are such a good role model for him, but good for him for doing the work!
I hope your foot gets better without jeopardizing your races.

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TRAVELGRRL 1/18/2014 4:39PM

    Hoping the best on your foot issues. When the feet aren't happy, running/walking is NOT any fun!



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SOKKERNUT 1/18/2014 1:02PM

    emoticon to your nephew. That is emoticon

Hope your foot feels better soon. Good Luck with all your upcoming events.

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ONEKIDSMOM 1/18/2014 12:59PM

    Got my fingers crossed for that "cure" working! And kudos to your nephew! Lifestyle is key, and sounds like he is turning his around.

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WATERMELLEN 1/18/2014 12:53PM

    Proud of nephew AND proud of you -- for setting such a great example!!

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NATPLUMMER 1/18/2014 11:41AM

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TAICHIDANCER 1/18/2014 11:32AM

    Wow, from 650 emoticon to controlled with diet and exercise alone. You have a right to be proud of him and I hope he is proud of himself. Here's wishing you both continued success. You are an inspiration to the rest of us. And best of luck in the 1/2 marathon.



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KIMBERLY_Y 1/18/2014 11:08AM

    Wow! Great job by your nephew. That is some serious time he shaved off. Best wishes to you as you continue with your races.

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DIANNEMT 1/18/2014 10:51AM

    Congrats to the nephew and hope all goes well for you.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 1/18/2014 10:47AM

    emoticon to your nephew! He may not be losing weight on the scale but I'll bet he's losing fat while gaining muscle.
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This Is A Test

Friday, January 17, 2014

I'm interrupting my series looking back at old blogs in order to share a current challenge that I face.

I've been fighting scaly rash (I've had several diagnoses including eczema) on my hands for several years. It is much better. In November, shortly after I ran the Lakeland Half Marathon, my daughter gave me a massage and told me she thought I was getting the same crud on my feet. It's gotten worse, thick and hard, splitting open. Recently I've have blood on my socks after a good run and some discomfort. So today I went back to the dermatologist. The treatment I'm afraid will be an ordeal.

You know how this week I declared for the first time that I truly believe I will not gain back the 80 pounds? Well, I now face a major test. I'm being put on steroids. I spent many years, actually decades, weighing between 160 and 190, but in 1998 when I was on steroids I gained up to 212. The doctor admitted I will be hungrier, but said I should not "gain 10 or 15 pounds."

How do I deal with feeling hungrier? Here are my strategies:
1. First, I'm going back to tracking. I had been trying WW's Simple Start and having some success with maintaining without tracking. Now is not the time to carry out that experiment.
2. Drink even more water. Carry around a water bottle all day.
3. Eat small meals/snacks each with some protein throughout the day. Three meals and three snacks every day are acceptable.
4. Keep up with the running and exercising. 600 exercise minutes per week, including 3 runs, is good.

Another wrinkle in all this is that I was called for federal jury duty in Tampa. I am not a good driver and I hate big city driving. (I called a shuttle and found out they would charge $180 one way to transport me. Not happening.) It will inconvenience my husband since we only have one car and it will cause major problems for my daughter. Right now the only child care acceptable to her is me or her taking time off. Hope she doesn't lose her job over this. It will undoubtedly be stressful just getting there and I can't imagine it being a pleasant experience in any way. I can definitely say I have a history of eating when stressed. But I can also say in the last 5 years I have gotten better and better about handling stress in ways other than overeating.

This is certainly a test. It is not a crisis. It is a test for me face and prove I can do it.

  
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DONNABRIGHT 1/19/2014 6:00PM

    Yikes, two definite challenges here. I wish I could do something to help. A friend of mine got transferred to a different area for jury duty by explaining her aversion to city driving. She told them she was willing to serve in her local area but not in the city which in her case was Boston. They did re-assign her so that might work for you.

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AQUAGIRL08 1/19/2014 5:11PM

    Find out how long you are going to be over in Tampa and I will be happy to help you with the driving. However, if you talk to the supervisor of the jury and explain your issue, you should be excused.

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SUNSHINEYOURWAY 1/17/2014 9:54PM

    Marsha, I was called for jury duty in Clearwater, FL and I am here with my mother in NC. I called and found out I could be dismissed since I was out of state and also a caregiver for my elder mother. Maybe you can see if they will dismiss you since you are caring for your granddaughter? I agree with driving in Tampa especially if you are unsure where you are going. I did not like going over there and I was just across the Bay.
Sounds like you also have a great plan for when you need to start steroid treatment. I hope you have a quick recovery.

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BOOKAPHILE 1/17/2014 9:15PM

    You are aware of the side effects of the medication, you have a good plan to make sure you stay in your calorie range and get appropriate exercise. (I can see you jogging in place in the back of the jury room, and running during lunch.) You will handle this with your current usual grace and determination. You've come a long way from who you were and how you responded to stress all those years ago.

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JOYINKY 1/17/2014 8:56PM

    Marsha, you are up to this challenge! You already have a solid plan. I hope you can get excused from this round of jury duty. emoticon

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TRAVELGRRL 1/17/2014 8:20PM

    You've gotten a lot of great comments and I can't really add anything new. But know I am supporting you and hoping and praying for the best! I hope your daughter knows what a treasure you are!

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WATERMELLEN 1/17/2014 8:08PM

    Good planning, Marsha -- I'm sorry you're facing these difficult situations. Tracking is a great way to address the steroids: I just gotta track all the time. And as for the jury duty -- you've been called for the jury pool, right, but not yet actually selected? Is it possible that you can be excused for now because of your child care responsibilities? I think you could be here in Ontario provided that when you no longer have preschooler grandgirls, you'd be called again . . .

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WILLIS9301 1/17/2014 7:11PM

    Wow, when it rains it pours! I think you are on the right track by having a plan on how to handle these challenges. Even if plans have to be revised they always give me a better sense of control in challenging situations. For me a sense of control keeps me from losing control!

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MEXGAL1 1/17/2014 6:16PM

    Oh boy Marsha, what a test. But you know they told me that I might be hungrier and put on weight when they put me on prednisone in June which I am still on. I can say that I haven't gained weight from it at all. I do track everything though and keep up with the exercise. So you got this. You know what to do. Track here on sparks and keep adding things to your favorites list so that it makes it easy to just pull down your list and click off what you eat.
Best of everything.
Sallie

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GABY1948 1/17/2014 5:33PM

    Marsha, I agree with the others and was about to ask you...I think you could ask to be excused too. Now, in MI after one turns 70 you can automatically exclude yourself...that is the ONLY thing about 70 that I do look forward to... emoticon ...anyway, I believe you can probably be excused.

You have really been thrown some curves here...but I KNOW you will come out on top. Take this one day at a time...and as active as you are....I think it will be easier than you anticipate... I'm praying for you for either a different solution to this or else for it to be MUCH easier than you anticipate!

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BLUENOSE63 1/17/2014 4:11PM

  If there is a Chinese herbalist around you, please check them out prior to steroids.

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SLIMLILA 1/17/2014 3:44PM

    Oh no.... wonder if having to babysit and the medical condition and the distance would all add up to enough to get out of jury duty... I don't know how they decide...I've never been called...

As for the feet, as a diabetic, I was told to put vaseline on my feet, wrap them in a plastic grocery bag and put a pair of socks on over that for overnite... worth a try, to avoid those steroids.... and also Mary Kay has a night time product that is awesome.
all the best... 600 min. a week.... wow, no wonder your are keeping off all those pounds. I haven't even been getting 500 a month the last little while, time to ramp it up.


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STRIVERONE 1/17/2014 2:49PM

    I'm sorry to hear about the foot problem. Of course you'll overcome it. You've probably discussed this with your M.D., but can't that be treated with prescription topical steroid creams? The side effects would be less severe.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 1/17/2014 1:42PM

    Marsha, I'm so sorry to hear about your feet! I hope that the treatment works quickly.

As Wild4stars mentions, here too in Texas, responsiblity for child care can be grounds for excusal from serving. Is this just the summoning of a potential jury pool or have you been chosen for a trial?

You have a clear understanding of your priorities and of what you need to prevail. I know that you will.
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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 1/17/2014 1:42PM

    Sorry for the double post. Here's another hug.
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WILD4STARS 1/17/2014 1:24PM

    You can tell them at the court what you have just said here and they may well decide it would cause too much of a hardship for you to serve. I've seen people get out of it for much less hardship than you've posted here. It's worth asking.

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NATPLUMMER 1/17/2014 1:19PM

    Solid plan for battling the hungries.
$180.....yikes!!

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Repeating A Blog Just Because

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Indulge me. I liked this blog, so I'm going to repeat it, although there isn't much profound about it. Nonetheless, I remember the event well. From 12/19/09:

"That's a beautiful blouse," I overheard an attractive woman say to a younger one who must have been her daughter.

She picked the blouse up and held it in front of her. "There's no way!" she said with disgust, almost flinging the blouse back on the rack .

I sized her up from the back as she stormed away. Maybe. The blouse went with me to the dressing room. I held my breath. It fit. Could I be smaller than that lovely lady?

After I purchased the blouse, I started to wonder. Did I buy the blouse because I really liked it or did I buy it because she liked it and couldn't?? I smiled. It doesn't matter. It really doesn't matter.

Today: I still fit nicely in a small petite and I still have that blouse. It is flattering. I think of this story every time I wear it.

  
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AQUAGIRL08 1/19/2014 5:04PM

    emoticon great story!

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ONEKIDSMOM 1/18/2014 1:01PM

    Somehow I managed to stop getting emails when you blog... I must have failed to click a link at some point... but I'm glad I went back a few days and found this one... it made me smile! emoticon You rock, Marsha!

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TAICHIDANCER 1/17/2014 9:46AM

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NEW-CAZ 1/17/2014 3:21AM

    what a great NSV! emoticon

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SUNRISEDANCER 1/16/2014 10:41PM

    I love this story! It is awesome that you are still wearing it!
Thanks for sharing.

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_LINDA 1/16/2014 9:41PM

    Huge non scale victory -that has got to be memorable!

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OHMEMEME 1/16/2014 9:20PM

    Let the positives ring!

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MJREIMERS 1/16/2014 8:51PM

    You deserved that blouse!

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WATERMELLEN 1/16/2014 8:33PM

    I like this blog too!! One of those BIG and LIFECHANGING NSVs!!

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JOYINKY 1/16/2014 8:18PM

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MEXGAL1 1/16/2014 7:25PM

    great story...love it! And your right it doesn't matter and you still ware it.
good for you.

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TRAVELGRRL 1/16/2014 6:08PM

    What a fun memory for you, NOT HER, LOL!

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WILD4STARS 1/16/2014 5:28PM

    Love it.

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GABY1948 1/16/2014 4:37PM

    I'll bet you do! Great story, Marsha!

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PLUGINALONG 1/16/2014 4:08PM

    You have really succeeded.

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Cookies Then and Now

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

11/05/2009:
When I looked at today's meal plan I broke out in laughter. Listed is one chocolate chip cookie at lunch time. Why would that be funny? The picture of me eating just one cookie on first thought just seemed unthinkable -- yes, downright funny. I mean, when I was a child my mom would bring out the cookies at the end of the meal and the four of us - mom, dad, me, and sister Deb - would finish off the three rows packaged in crunchy plastic. Like a pack of lions after a kill we'd all stay right at it to make sure we got our share. I thought 10-12 was the normal serving. And on those joyous times when my mom baked chocolate chip cookies, I ate chips out of the bag, dough out of the bowl, and enough broken ones that by the time they came to the table I might only eat 6 more.

Relearning portion sizes will be key for my permanent weight loss. I'm still a little ambivalent on whether it is better now for me to just leave out those sweet, fat tempting treats or try to learn to eat just one.

1/15/2014:
I was right. Relearning portion sizes has been key to keeping the 80 pounds off. Now most of the time I can eat one cookie if I want to. Often I'd rather have more volume of food - more fruits, veggies, whole grain, nonfat dairy - than to spend my calories on things that are so dense. I just like to eat a lot more than I like treats!

Occasionally, I must be careful. When I am tired, hungry, and stressed I must be careful. If I must bake cookies at such a time I would want someone to keep me company and help me pack them up for where they are going!

And occasionally I do really want a treat. I know I can have it and that is a great feeling!!


  
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TAICHIDANCER 1/16/2014 10:34AM

    Three of you would eat an entire package? Amateurs! I used to do it by myself!

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DONNABRIGHT 1/16/2014 9:07AM

    Amazing how our priorities change!

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_LINDA 1/16/2014 12:36AM

    Love the description of before and after -probably describes most everyone on here! You have come a long way!

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TINAJANE76 1/15/2014 9:29PM

    Love the comparison of your perspectives! It really is amazing what many of us have come to think of as a normal-sized portion. I used to think nothing of polishing off entire packages of cookies in one sitting and FORGET about fresh-baked ones. Living over in Italy has been really instructive from the point of view of portion control being an important key to overall good health and weight management. Although some of the habits, and subsequently the waistlines, are becoming more Americanized, traditional Italian eating habits include small portions of all kinds of food, even the not-so-healthy stuff. It's what I'm slowly trying to work my way towards as I undo many years of negative habits. It's so great that we can retrain ourselves into better habits and enjoy our treats for what they are--occasional and delicious!

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BOOKAPHILE 1/15/2014 9:17PM

    Portion sizes... the downfall of many. You've done really well. I'm enjoying your series on old blogs.

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BLUENOSE63 1/15/2014 6:56PM

  As I cannot eat just one cookie, I skip them all together. I can eat just one potato chip though.

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TRAVELGRRL 1/15/2014 6:13PM

    Funny about the family habits! We had strict "cookie rules" in my mother's house: two cookies at lunchtime, three for dessert after dinner!

I'm like you though; I prefer more volume of lower-calorie foods. I'd much rather have a big bowl of mixed fruit than a small piece of pie.

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GABY1948 1/15/2014 4:53PM

    emoticon and emoticon as I sit here munching on a cucumber instead of something far more dense and less satisfying to me when I think of it. As for cookies, they are my THING...the one thing I could eat until I pop. BUT...I DID do away with sugar and January 1 was 16 months since I gave up sugar (desserts and sweets) and it was the emoticon thing I ever did because sweets no long call to me no matter who is eating them.

Now, if I can just get to where you are in maintenance I will truly be ecstatic! Such an inspiration you are, Marsha! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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AQUAGIRL08 1/15/2014 3:00PM

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MISSB8604 1/15/2014 2:22PM

    It's really awesome that you've figured things out!

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HOLLYM48 1/15/2014 2:13PM

    I had to look twice since one was dated a few years ago and today. Congrats on learning portion control. It truly is the key to keeping the weight off for good. I never use to look at calorie content and now I will compare and pick the same item with fewer calories. I love cookies too so I really try not to bake them because then the tempation is just to much but on occasion, I will enjoy every calorie laden bite of one.
Amazing what our minds and bodies can become accustomed to when we decide to get healthy!

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WATERMELLEN 1/15/2014 1:58PM

    What a great blog. Marsha you ARE emotionally an adult, there is no question about it. You live it, every day. And the results show it.

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ME_B4_INSANITY 1/15/2014 1:29PM

    Well if the cookie monster now carries around a banana we can all eat just one cookie.

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WIFE48 1/15/2014 1:23PM

    emoticon emoticon Isn't it wonderful that healthy living doesn't mean we can't have some foods but just learn portion control.

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CELIAMINER 1/15/2014 1:20PM

    "Pack of lions after a kill" Ha, haaaa, do I ever resemble that remark! My downfall, at least through my hormone-impacted reproductive years, was an attack of the salty-sweets (or sweet-salties, depending on which I started with). I could polish off an entire bag of gum drops and then an entire bag of Doritos. No wonder I got fat! It took a huge amount of willpower to break my sugar addiction, but that drive served me well when I finally found SparkPeople and decided to do something about my weight.

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LAILATN 1/15/2014 1:13PM

    emoticon It's awesome that you've learned to limit treats. You're an inspiration!

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KANSASROSE67 1/15/2014 1:11PM

    Love the insight! In the past, I could easily eat 10-12 Oreos at once, but I've mostly learned to control it and have 3...at 150 calories, this is an acceptable treat for me.

I had to laugh at your description of eating chocolate chips, then dough, then broken pieces, then the actual cookies. That was me as child, and an adult, too!


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I BELIEVE!

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

I'm reviewing my old blogs to see how far I've come, to look for issues still unresolved, and to see if there are some lessons I need to relearn.

On November 17, 2009, I had an experience I had never had before in my entire life. The scale was up, just by a few tenths of a pound, and I was okay with that. I was not trying to lose weight -- or feeling totally defeated -- for the first time in decades.

I wrote, "Losing weight is exciting, but all good things must come to an end." And, "the biggest thing for me to work on is making maintaining my weight second nature to me. That includes accepting that some days the scale will go up a bit."

Can't say that maintaining my weight is second nature, but I have taken steps forward. Probably the biggest change between today and 11/17/09 is that I BELIEVE I can maintain. I know what to do. (I may debate the optimum food plan, but I know several plans that will maintain my weight.) I know I can do it. As I have often written, it isn't always easy, but it is worth it. And I no longer freak out and assume I'm gaining it all back if the scale is up a bit!

  
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_LINDA 1/16/2014 12:31AM

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I believe in YOU!!

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BOPPY_ 1/15/2014 3:47PM

    Success and now meta-tracking. Cool!

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TAICHIDANCER 1/15/2014 11:34AM

    My daily fluctuations are a lot more than a few tenths of a pound so I'm going to have to have a larger tolerance range. I have a friend who weighs himself both after rising and before going to bed and he knows what his maintenance weights for both those times of day should be. Spark on!

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MEXGAL1 1/15/2014 10:05AM

    We do have to believe that we can remain at a healthy weight. I believe now that I can....of course with planning.
Thanks for sharing Marsha and have a great day.
Sallie

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GABY1948 1/15/2014 7:54AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon THIS is exactly where I PLAN to be sometime soon. Thank you for all your inspiration ALL the time! emoticon

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AQUAGIRL08 1/14/2014 3:37PM

    Congratulations on achieving a level of comfort that many of us hope to attain. emoticon

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CELIAMINER 1/14/2014 3:15PM

    I wanna be like you when I grow up. Seriously, I have stopped having the nightmares in which I wake in a panic that I have gained all my weight back, but I still stress when I am in the dumps of exercise inertia and feeling like I'm out of control with eating.

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BOOKAPHILE 1/14/2014 2:52PM

    I want to have that firm belief! I'm in the cautiously optimistic stage, right now. Keep showing me how it's done!

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WATERMELLEN 1/14/2014 12:51PM

    Wow, that is huge huge HUGE (caps fully merited). I'm thinking this will have a significant impact on my scales thing . . . and that's gotta be great.

(And incidentally, all of us here BELIEVE that you will MAINTAIN 4ever. You convinced us a long long time ago).

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BURGUNDYBABE 1/14/2014 12:28PM

    Victory! emoticon emoticon

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    AMEN and emoticon

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RUN4FOOD 1/14/2014 11:46AM

    Sounds like a great lesson has been learned.

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LEWILL1982 1/14/2014 11:04AM

    Congratulations, what a victory!

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