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First Tank Top Run of the Year

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Had a great run around Lake Hollingsworth last eve. It was over 90 degrees and it felt like summer had just invaded. My friend, Shyre, asked me to meet her after her work around 6pm, so I agreed. She told me she was going to invited a newbie Galloway member to run with us. Was I surprised when it turned out to be David who I have known for several years through Weight Watchers. I was the one who told him about Galloway. And then even more surprising, David had invited my nephew, Martin. So the four of us ran. It definitely wasn't my fastest run, but it was a really good one. My nephew is so much fitter than the last time I ran with him. He's going to pass me soon and I will just smile and cheer him on!!!

  
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AQUAGIRL08 5/5/2014 5:30PM

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    WooHoo! It is a small world (city, town...)

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MSLZZY 4/30/2014 2:30PM

    And here it is 35 and no tank tops in sight! Glad you had fun! HUGS!

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IFDEEVARUNS2 4/30/2014 9:28AM

    Small world, isn't it? Sounds great. emoticon

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MAESTROSHASHA 4/30/2014 8:08AM

    Sounds like fun! :)

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NEW-CAZ 4/30/2014 3:01AM

    wonderful. You are an inspiration to your family Marsha, great that more people are getting involved.

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_LINDA 4/30/2014 12:18AM

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What a pleasant running surprise all around! Sometimes its just nice to enjoy the company rather than be the fastest person on the block ;)
After snow this morning, the kids and males were breaking out the shorts by evening here!

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WATERMELLEN 4/29/2014 9:58PM

    That's so lovely that you've expanded your circle by recruiting people to fitness -- especially including your nephew!

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TRAVELGRRL 4/29/2014 9:41PM

    How exciting! Glad for your nephew.

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/29/2014 7:10PM

    Sounds like a similar relationship with your nephew that I enjoy with my brother... didn't take him long to blow MY times out of the water... and I just shout for joy! Your nephew, however, came from further back, and you must be incredibly proud of him, and your role in encouraging him to be healthier!

By the way, could you send some of that heat this way? It's been dropping from a high of 52 just after midnight, and will dip into the 30's overnight tonight! Brrrr!

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BLUENOSE63 4/29/2014 6:04PM

  Sounds like fun for all of you! We won't see those temperatures for at least 2 months



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MEXGAL1 4/29/2014 5:59PM

    awesome! so glad to hear that your nephew is sticking to the running that is awesome and you for sure will be cheering him on as he become more and more proficient

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GABY1948 4/29/2014 5:25PM

    emoticon SO proud of David with you....and you are such an inspiration that I am sure it is getting contagious in your whole area!

Have a great evening! Spark on!

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THRIVE2DAY 4/29/2014 5:02PM

    emoticon for Martin! I'm happy you had a good time, even if it wasn't your best. It doesn't cool down around here until 8 pm, when you see the families in the park. I walk earlyin the mornings before and after sunrise emoticon when the temps are a comfy 70 F. I get to watch the night give way to day and listen to the birds wake up in the trees! Love it!

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For Those Who Are Struggling

Monday, April 28, 2014

ONEKIDSMOM wrote the most incredible blog yesterday, detailing months of struggles, good intentions, and false starts here on SP before she got it right:
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I just want to share that I went through similar times. I started over and over. Sometimes I started over 10 days in a row. I, unfortunately, don't have that documentation on SP. I was already at my WW goal weight (BMI 25) when I got here, but using SP I surprised myself and was able to get far healthier and fitter (BMI 21-22). Oh, but I have documented slips and getting back on track, for I have frequently (yes frequently) eaten more than I really wanted to. I'm still working on improving my eating 5 years and 5 months after I started this healthy journey.

The most important factor for success is NOT GIVING UP. Be determined. Keep trying no matter what. Believe you will get it right, even when you can't today. Do your best each day and you will see improvement. Don't waste time and effort beating yourself up. Accept it is hard. Be patient with yourself but be honest. Do not accept excuses. It can be done even when it is really hard and there are frequent slips. Even if you've struggled for weeks, months, or years, you can get it right. If you keep trying, you will!!!

  
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TINAJANE76 5/1/2014 3:57PM

    With you 100%!

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POSITIVE41 4/29/2014 6:12AM

    Great message - don't give up! It's not about being perfect. emoticon

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    Amen! emoticon

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TRAVELGRRL 4/28/2014 9:01PM

    Thank you for the words of confidence!! I have hope that I will stop yo-yoing some day....but, the good news is, my "acceptable range" is a LOT smaller and a LOT lower than it used to be. Today: Day 1 of my new streak!!

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/28/2014 8:09PM

    Glad to see another voice raised in reminder to those who are still doubting themselves... so many of us they "look up to"... stood in their shoes once. We aren't THAT different from anyone else who is struggling right now... we've just struggled a bit longer and never gave up.

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AQUAGIRL08 4/28/2014 7:54PM

    You are so right! It is always a relief to me when I read the blogs of successful people and see that they experience the same struggles as I experience. The only thing we can be sure of during our journey, is that we will encounter bumps in the road. What builds our character, is how we handle those bumps!

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MISSB8604 4/28/2014 5:04PM

    Thank you.

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MEXGAL1 4/28/2014 3:43PM

    awesome blog......for sure we have set backs over and over.....I am always afraid that I will completely slip back into my old ways and pick up those old bad habits. I really had to work hard yesterday to give myself "permission" to have a "cheat" day. I haven't done anything like that in a very long time but at least at 105 I had room for the splurge. Yes, it put a pound on me but it was worth it as I did really enjoy the Buffalo wings, coleslaw and fries. And at least my other two meals were healthy and I got my fiber in. I don't know how people who eat like that all the time get their vitamins and nutrition in...????
And today I am right back on track eating all my good healthy choices. In the past I would have struggled to get back on track.
Have a great evening.
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LAILATN 4/28/2014 1:22PM

    I needed so badly to read this today. Sometimes I feel like a broken record. But the trying again is the victory. I will not give up!!

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DDOORN 4/28/2014 12:58PM

    This is SO TRUE!

Here I reached my goal of 200 back in 2010 but without really planning for maintenance and without fully utilizing all the tools available here at SparkPeople (hello Nutrition Tracker...good to finally USE YOU...lol!), I backslid all the way up to 255.

Now I'm reclaiming that territory I lost and getting close to goal again.

We hear this often when alcoholics struggle with recovery, the relapses & bounce-backs...I imagine it's a similar pattern for all addicts, food and otherwise!

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COASTAL6 4/28/2014 12:32PM

    Thank You, for sharing this.
I felt that you were talking to me today.
Rooting for you!
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ZBMORGAN 4/28/2014 11:10AM

    Needed that. Thanks!

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BROOKLYN_BORN 4/28/2014 10:36AM

    " Be patient with yourself but be honest. Do not accept excuses."
That's the prescription for success. Well said!

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NYCALIGIRL 4/28/2014 10:33AM

    emoticon for this I'm right with you on trying to stay determined. With my fitness, running and life. I have to keep pushing telling my self I can't give up! emoticon

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MARGARITTM 4/28/2014 9:37AM

    Thanks 2 steps forward and one step back!

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MAESTROSHASHA 4/28/2014 8:55AM

    Thank you for the reminder! Y'all that have "done it" already are the lighthouses to us that are trying to make it happen. Thanks for the encouragement.

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LEWILL1982 4/28/2014 8:40AM

    So true and well said. I started, stopped, quit, gave up, tried multiple diets more times than I care to mention before I finally figured out how to make it work and make it fit my life. This is a marathon and not a sprint!

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GABY1948 4/28/2014 8:36AM

    WELL SAID for sure! Thank you, Marsha! If there is one thing for sure, no matter what program someone follows it seems to take many attempts, even years of trying and failing. I hit 5 years last October on Spark and just this past year started feeling like I am finally "getting" it!

Thanks for all your support and inspiration! It helps!

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NELLJONES 4/28/2014 8:28AM

    The thing about documentation is that you have an opportunity to see your own progress, progress that is so subtle as to be invisible day to day. Written down and leafing back, you can absorb weeks and months in a few minutes.

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SUSAN-FIT-N-FAB 4/28/2014 8:16AM

    Bravo! That is exactly the lesson I have worked so hard to learn! It is persistance and not perfection that will get us to goal and keep us there.

Thanks so much!

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Bordering on Hard-Core Exercise

Saturday, April 26, 2014

OK, now. It was only just 7.25 miles that I ran this morning. but I limped to the start and limped after the finish. But when I was running you'd have never known I had a sore left foot! Isn't that pretty hard-core?

And it was by far the sweatiest run of 2014. My Galloway group ran through heavy mist. When we got down to Lake Hollingsworth there was nothing but white surrounding us. Couldn't even tell there was a lake in front of us. I was wet from sweat; so sweaty that if you'd have thrown a bucket of water on me, I would not have gotten any wetter. I kept wiping my new glasses with a cloth and fingers and clothes. Not everyone would want to run in these conditions.

To protect my left glute which is fussy and easy to injure, I ran uphills with very small steps. I couldn't watch the strides of the rest of my group. They were striding much less frequently than I. But I could stay up with them (our fastest half marathon training group), if I pushed the turnover rate. That works! And I love flying down the hills. I've been told that's hard on quads, but mine don't seem to mind that at all. I truly want to do all I can do.

I loved that run!! I'm about laughing at myself. How did I become this person -- this -- this almost hard-core running, umm, fanatic??

  
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NYCALIGIRL 4/28/2014 10:36AM

    Wow that's amazing, way to go being Gung-Ho and hardcore all the way to the finish line. That's pretty emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DDOORN 4/27/2014 10:15PM

    Whew! You really put the SPARK to it! Go YOU! :-)

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AQUAGIRL08 4/27/2014 3:05PM

    As long as you like it, that's all that counts! Enjoy your runs!

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MILLEDGE2 4/27/2014 8:25AM

    "I truly want to do all I can do." Thanks for the reminder of what is important! emoticon

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BROOKLYN_BORN 4/27/2014 8:18AM

    I'm not as hard core as you, but I also love the downhills. Maybe it's strong quads or maybe just letting gravity take over, but that's when I really love running.

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POSITIVE41 4/27/2014 7:53AM

    You are amazing - keep up the great work!

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COASTAL6 4/27/2014 7:15AM

    Your doing great!
Very proud of you!
How did you start running, I would to hear your story!
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THRIVE2DAY 4/27/2014 6:09AM

    I know what you mean. Run with the wind! You go girl! emoticon

A year ago, I had an injured foot, and walked my way through it. Walking in the park is my delight!

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    I love how great you are doing.

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_LINDA 4/26/2014 7:01PM

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Hard core indeed! You are an Iron Woman!!
As long as the run did not cause any further injury to the sore foot or aggravate its condition..
Do take care of yourself though!

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MBTEPP 4/26/2014 3:20PM

    Pinch! This is not a dream, and you have earned the title of an athlete.

Your endorphins act as a natural pain reliever. Be careful not to create an injury while ignoring the pain in your body. Ice it well 3 or 4 times today. Rest it, get it up in the air. Take an anti-inflammatory only if you need it at bed time. If the pain persists, you need to get it checked out.

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MJREIMERS 4/26/2014 3:06PM

    emoticon I love it! Good that you are making accommodations for your glutes! Keep it up!

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/26/2014 1:51PM

    Same way we all did, Marsha... one run at a time! emoticon emoticon

I was going to caution you about over-training, but a paragraph or two later you mentioned the precautions you were already taking and I started nodding my head. Wise adaptations.

Spark on!

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SUSAN-FIT-N-FAB 4/26/2014 1:14PM

    You did it one step at a time, and never gave up on youself, that's how!

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MAESTROSHASHA 4/26/2014 1:04PM

    LOVE IT! And dreaming of becoming a running fanatic myself someday... One step at a time right?

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LWADE1963 4/26/2014 1:01PM

    you inspire me. i keep saying i am going to start running but everytime i start to go out the door, my little shih tzu comes up to me and wants me to take her for a walk. i know its just an excuse, but i really do need to start

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The Rest of the Story

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

I tried to update my status from my Start Page, but it cut off the end without warning. I could do it again, I suppose, but it would just clutter up my feed and my friend's feeds, too.

As I wrote, hubby and Kahlua (our dog) went to Lake Hollingsworth for a good outing this morning. I did a 5 minute warm up walk and then ran clockwise for 24 minutes for a total of 2.84 miles followed by an unmeasured cool-down walk. The DH and dog, on the otherhand, probably didn't even make it a mile. They were hanging out in the shade. I got back to the car and started driving counter-clockwise looking for them. I expected them to be at about the half-way point. I was convinced I had missed them. But then, there they were, near the water's edge not making progress on the path around the lake, but enjoying the weeds and squirrels and most of all, the birds.

So I got some needed exercise. DH and dog got fresh air and a little exercise. Great start to the day for all of us!!

  
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TERI-RIFIC 4/25/2014 7:11AM

    I love bird watching!! emoticon

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_LINDA 4/24/2014 9:26PM

    You rock!
I am frequently a bad typist so need to delete status updates when I mess up. Its simple you go to your Spark page and click on the 'feed' header at the top of your page (between photos and blogs) and each status you wrote has a delete from my feed button by it.

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DDOORN 4/24/2014 2:46PM

    Way to SPARK! :-)

Looking forward to my hour-long jog out in the sunshine after work!

Don

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THRIVE2DAY 4/24/2014 3:11AM

    I'd be hangin out with your gang at the waterfront! emoticon

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/23/2014 8:27PM

    And that's what blogs are for! emoticon

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MARGARITTM 4/23/2014 4:15PM

    too funny! We all enjoy in our own ways

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SUSAN-FIT-N-FAB 4/23/2014 3:57PM

    emoticon It's not EASY raising a husband! I've been trying for 40 years!

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GABY1948 4/23/2014 2:57PM

    emoticon this is definitely here for you!

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KLONG8 4/23/2014 2:38PM

    Sounds very wonderful. Way to go (and I KNOW Kahlua appreciated just investigating rather than a tough walk).

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MEXGAL1 4/23/2014 12:46PM

    too funny....glad you got your exercise in...good for you. It's too chilly here for me today to get out...don't want to risk getting sick...but keeping busy until it's time to pick up the grands.

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MSLZZY 4/23/2014 12:42PM

    Everyone had the benefit of being outside. Some just did more with the time.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 4/23/2014 12:23PM

    Just fyi. You can delete items from your feed to prevent the clutter you mention. Just go to your spark page.

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Gold Star Day

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Today I received a Gold Star SparkGoodie from the At Goal + Maintaining Plus....SparkTeam for logging in once weekly for the last 9 weeks in a +/- 3% of center goal weight. I've participated in several of these multi-week challenges and sometimes having the challenge has forced me to weigh and face -- and improve --my food intake. Recently I haven't felt I needed it so I've decided not to sign up for the next challenge.

This is my year to overcome my scale obsession. I plan to weigh maybe twice a month and see if that works for me or not. I'm not logging my food intake daily now, although I do not think I could have lost the weight nor kept it off without years of doing so almost obsessively. Now I'm trying to get closer to being an intuitive eater, but if I start slipping I absolutely will start weighing more often and tracking my food. I know that works. At this point I know when I have overeaten and sometimes I know before I overeat that I need to stop.

I'm calling this a Gold Star Day. I choose to say it is all good news. Hubby's colonoscopy started at 5:45am this morning. They cut out several polyps, but there is a lesion which they biopsied. Doctor said it will require surgery whether it is cancerous or not. He'll probably lose half of his colon. At this point, it appears that even if it is cancer, it is very treatable. Therefore, it is all good news. Doctor was surprised that hubby had had a colonoscopy just 6 years ago. Maybe I should look up when my last colonoscopy was. It's important for all of us.

So I'll get active, enjoy another day, and be grateful for it. Here's to making the most of every day. Give yourself a Gold Star if nobody else does!!

  
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AQUAGIRL08 4/24/2014 9:06AM

    Glad Gary is on the mend (or will be soon) You are doing so well, Marsha!!!

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GABY1948 4/23/2014 4:20PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon Marsha, I am SO proud of you! You, even at the point where I certainly wish I was, are willing to step out and push a little harder for what you believe is a help to you!

I'm banking that after all this time, you will definitely make this a go and you will still be right up that at the top and emoticon emoticon

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BESTSUSIEYET 4/23/2014 11:45AM

    Happy Gold Star Day! I pray all will go well with your hubby's surgery! Keep up the healthy choices! You inspire me!

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POSITIVE41 4/23/2014 6:01AM

    Love gold stars and you deserve them!

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WATERMELLEN 4/22/2014 8:33PM

    The colonoscopy did its job, catching a potential problem when it's treatable. And I like your plan for moving on from "scale watching". A gold star day indeed!!

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ONEKIDSMOM 4/22/2014 7:33PM

    emoticon Here, have another. You're a Gold Star maintainer in my book!

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SPINNINGJW 4/22/2014 5:56PM

    So, did the hubby get "hangry" last night not being able to eat? Glad the colonoscopy news was good, and I hope the needed procedure goes smoothly.

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MEXGAL1 4/22/2014 5:27PM

    congrats on Gold Star day Marsha.

and so glad that your DH had the colonoscopy and that it sounds like things were caught in plenty of time. good news.
Have a nice evening.
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ELSCO55 4/22/2014 2:23PM

    Great!

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TERI-RIFIC 4/22/2014 1:07PM

    I hope for the best for your husband . I'm glad you're positive about it. You're right - either way can have a very good outcome. It's so helpful to see how you are progressing to a "new normal". You're in unchartered territory for me. When I get there I'll have a map of sorts thanks to you. emoticon

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DDOORN 4/22/2014 12:17PM

    Overcoming scale obsession and learning to be comfortable around trigger foods...those are like my way, way, WAY long-term goals...if I ever even BOTHER with 'em...lol!

Kudos to pushing your own envelope, though! :-)

Don

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You are a Rock Star Marsha! Wishing you well on your next phase of self improvement! I don't think I would do well intuitively eating -I need to track!
So very sorry to hear of your hubby's lesion -to lose half his colon sounds very drastic :(( Hoping its not cancer.. Wish him all the best for a full uncomplicated recovery.
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NYCALIGIRL 4/22/2014 10:53AM

    hugs to your dear hubby and you. Hope his colonoscopy is successful. I always wondered how hard it becomes to track when one becomes so accustomed to eating intuitively. I feel myself at this point that it is really hard to do as i force myself to do it because of weightloss goals i'd like to achieve. I've had such a hard time to find the balance it takes between fitness and diet to reach ideal limits...As I have found running to be my newly found passion I feel less and less hungry as I go with it. Thank you for this blog of Gold star inspiration. I will keep you and your hubby in my thoughts today. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SUSAN-FIT-N-FAB 4/22/2014 10:08AM

    emoticon Congratulations!

Yes, intuitive eating is the goal for all of us. I applaud your brave move into this new mode and look forward to hearing of your success.

Good thing your husband decided to get a colonscopy and can now have this lesion removed and heal up.

I had my first colonoscopy at age 55. It's like everyone tells us, the prep is the worst part, the procedure is nothing.

Enjoy your day!


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RITAROSE 4/22/2014 10:06AM

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