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They're back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (BENNIES)

Saturday, July 02, 2011




Oh man we have been invaded, again! Who is them. Why of course it is the curse of the Jersey Shore, the bennies. The bennies are people who visit the Jersey Shore only in the summer time between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Stands for Bayonne, Elizabeth, Newark, and New York, which are the places bennys come from. Bennies" invade our local bars, beaches, malls, stores and recreation areas in search of booze, sex, and debauchery. While it is true that many species seek the same types of fun, the "Bennie" species is unusual in that they follow no known social standard. The species is loud, obnoxious, rude, arrogant and will pursue it's goals with no regard to local inhabitants.

How to spot a benny:

Men: NYY cutoff t-shirt, backwards NYY cap, tweezed eyebrows, polished fingernails, boom box cranked all the way up, cooler, large gold jewellery, Adidas's flipflops, and generally rude and exhibit road rage.

Women: big and long hair with obnoxious gucci shades and other cranium accessories, polished French manicure with matching pedicure, globbed makeup (mind you it's 100 degrees out here and they still glob it on for the beach), animal print handbag, platform flip flops (think Snooki and her castmates). They think the world owes them everything. Rude doesn't even describe it.

I know it is not very Christian of me but I can't wait for Labor Day till they go home. thank God the weather is still beautiful then and those of us who live here year round finally get to enjoy our beaches in peace and quiet with no garbage thrown all over the place. Our roadways will instantly unclog and everyone becomes pleasant and polite. All of their rudeness and obnoxiousness is gone till next summer.


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PS: Please don't crucify me. I have to live here and put up with them for 3 months. There are people from NY and northern Jersey that vacation down here and they are really nice. They all don't fit the above profile. It is unfortunate that there is a huge group of them that do and ruin it for all.

  
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PONYFARMER 7/6/2011 2:00AM

    LOL! At first I thought you were talking about Beanie Babies, lol!

I would hate to have all those people descend on my little piece of paradise.

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BUTRFLY_FREEDOM 7/4/2011 12:20AM

    I feel your pain, but at least come Labor Day you get a break. I'm from Florida and honestly, I can't even pick out the tourists anymore (unless I happen to be staring at their license plate lol ). If it's summer, we have people coming for the theme parks and beaches and if it's winter, we have snowbirds escaping from the north. Thankfully, I don't personally live in a tourist city now. Oh...but I used to. lol

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SKFEREBEE 7/3/2011 9:51PM

    Our names for them on the OBX were wankers or tourons. Wankers were specifically from Virginia. "Outer Bankers against Wankers!" emoticon But you have to put up with them because in the end, they help pay your bills, especially if you work a tourist-centered job. emoticon

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MARYHOLMAN 7/3/2011 2:37PM

    Do you ever get the guys down from Canada who wear their Speedo bathing suits on the beach-just tiny wee things? All size men letting it all hang out...

Well, who am I to criticise? I should admire their hutzpa.

Have a pleasant 4th and thanks for the goodie. I love getting goodies. emoticon

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BE-THE-CHANGE 7/3/2011 12:18PM

    I am originally from NY and I know exactly the kind of people you are talking about. Sorry you have to put up with these 'ugly Americans'.

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1EMMA2011 7/3/2011 10:36AM

    So sorry there are people who are rude on your beach....there is never any reason to act "entitled" and I look forward to a return to normalcy for you. Be safe and Happy Fourth!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DIVEMASTER01 7/3/2011 7:06AM

    Hi,
In Wisconsin we have a animal of a similar species, called "Flatlanders". That is when people in the state south of us in Illinois come to Wisconsin (Especially the Lake Geneva and Wisconsin Dells area) and vacation here. They are a funny bunch but at least keep the tourism industry open here :) Thanks for the laugh this morning emoticon

Laurie

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NEW-CAZ 7/3/2011 2:37AM

    How annoying for you! Rudeness is SO unnecessary.

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DAWNWATERWOMAN 7/3/2011 2:00AM

    Rude people are unpleasant, no matter what you call them. Sorry that you had to deal with them. Love ya, Dawn emoticon emoticon

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MRDPOLING 7/2/2011 10:36PM

    Bennys! LOL! I love that!

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JESSICA2140 7/2/2011 10:25PM

    We deal with similar things here in Central Florida...except our tourists invade all year long!! :) All you can do is keep your head up and thank God that you had enough "home training" to not behave like that in public!!

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TEDYBEAR2838 7/2/2011 10:17PM

    I promise to be on my best behavior and I wish I could come before September to walk the boardwalk at Seaside Heights!

I miss it.

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POSITIVELYREADY 7/2/2011 10:13PM

    UGH!!!!!!!! I live in Jersey too and they have invaded! emoticon emoticonThe beaches in Pt. Pleasant were full by 11 AM on Thursday morning. They creeped down early. The news said the traffic was heavier on the Parkway on Thursday instead of Friday. They must have idiots for bosses for letting them take off of work Thursday, Friday, and Monday. Can't wait for September either.

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DEVORA4 7/2/2011 9:02PM

  I know what you mean~! When we were married, we went to a resort in the Catskill Mountains called Grosingers. They were there too! When we were there many asked where we were from and we replied Cleveland, "Cleveland. I didn't know folks from Cleveland knew about this place~!" FYI It was written about in the news and on tv. Liz Taylor, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher scandal started there and Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin lived there practically. It was very posh BUT we left early.

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DESERTDREAMERS 7/2/2011 8:37PM

    I've never watched any of the the "reality" shows, but there's no way of not knowing who "Snookie" and her obnoxious gang are. I love the Benny hunting poster. It's too bad a small percentage has to ruin things for everyone.

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OLDERDANDRT 7/2/2011 7:59PM

    I guess it's that way for most tourist destinations. Glad it's not like that in my town. Can't imagine having to deal with the "Snookie" types. I can't even watch that show!! UGH!! Bide your time and be careful. Labor Day will be here all too soon. Happy 4th of July!!!! emoticon emoticon

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This is a new one on me - interesterified fat...

Friday, July 01, 2011

Come on who thinks this stuff up and why? We should be looking for ways to make food healthier instead of going in the opposite direction. Interesterified oils have a long shelf life, which makes them appealing to restaurants and food manufacturers. Anything for the almighty buck no matter what it does to us guinea pigs. Pay extra attention to goods that list soybean or palm oil as an ingredient. This is why we need to eating clean and steering clear of pre-packaged foods.

"What they do is hydrogenate the oils fully. The oils become fully saturated and there are no trans fats left. But fully hydrogenated oil is hard and inedible. So the smart aleck scientists mix it with liquid oils and put it through other chemical processes to create a semi-solid grease like margarine and vegetable shortening."

Yes, there's a fat worse than trans fat! Please read the links below and educate yourselves on our newest resident evil.


Bottom Line:
Buyer beware! So be extra careful of products labelled ďNo Trans FatĒ especially when they contain fully hydrogenated oils. These lovely new fats are found in a lot of the commercially baked desserts and snack foods. You shouldn't be eating these anyway but if you do - buyer beware!

Sources:

www.bottomlinesecrets.com/article.ht
ml?article_id=100004151&l=8


www.stop-trans-fat.com/interesterifi
ed-fat.html


www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/0
1/070116131545.htm


growingbolder.com/blogs/health/the-s
kinny-on-interesterified-oil-211630.html



  
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CELIAMINER 7/5/2011 9:56AM

    Very enlightening, thanks!

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ROSAMARCELLE 7/2/2011 5:13PM

    Thanks for telling us. Thank goodness I rarely eat anything but fresh and homebaked. emoticon

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DARKTHOR 7/2/2011 1:06PM

    We need to eat real food...ugh.

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DEVORA4 7/2/2011 12:56AM

  I can't ever thank you enough for your wise consul! I intend to read your links asap. Special blessings to you dear friend! emoticon emoticonhappy 4th of July!

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L*I*T*A* 7/1/2011 10:58PM

    wow...great share......thanks!!!
have an awesome weekend...
blessings and hugs............lita

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DS9KIE 7/1/2011 9:21PM

    good greif this is some crazy stuff. What else will they think of in order to make money. emoticon emoticon

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TEDYBEAR2838 7/1/2011 8:11PM

    I think we all need to go back to the family farm... but how do we stay away from the new engineering of the seed crops, you mentioned the other night! UGH!

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PROVERBS31JULIA 7/1/2011 6:23PM

    Wow! I hadn't heard of this but I googled it on my swagbucks.com and got some points for it. Frankenfat is what they called it at that one site you mentioned! I believe it. Thanks for sharing!!

Julia


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NEW-CAZ 7/1/2011 3:51PM

    I'll steer clear as always, thanks for the heads up emoticon

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WILLBOYWONDER 7/1/2011 3:18PM

    In spite of the strive toward a more healthful diet, the average restaurant eater isnít interested in a heart healthy diet. Well, they may care about their health but they enjoy the greasy, fatty, sugary, unhealthy foods. Those of us wanting a better diet are still the minority, evidenced by the number of restaurants that still have few healthy choices. For some restaurants, the only healthy option is a salad, IF you tell them to serve it without chicken in it. Its crazy isnít it?

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JK0708 7/1/2011 3:05PM

  Isn't it insane what industries are doing to humans???

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JK0708 7/1/2011 3:05PM

  Isn't it insane what industries are doing to humans???

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JK0708 7/1/2011 3:05PM

  Isn't it insane what industries are doing to humans???

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And she is up again...

Thursday, June 30, 2011

and I don't mean awake either. I am up 2 pound from last month. Not exactly sure what is going on because I am eating very healthy; almost 100% Raw each day. I can' t promise I will do better next month by eating better because my eating is spot on.

I haven't been feeling so great for like maybe the last 2 weeks, kind of punky feeling. I have been nauseous, had almost daily bouts of diarrhea, suffering with insomnia. This morning and yesterday my ankles with swollen with water. Has nothing to do with my salt consumption, my blood pressure is great (in fact my bottom number has been ranging between 65 to 70), I drink 12+ glasses of water a day (sometimes close to 20) so my body is not retaining water because I am dehydrated.

I have only been taking my pain pills one hour before physical therapy 3 times a week so I don't think it is the meds. However, I have been on the medication for the Memory Study I am on. I just started my 3rd week of taking the pills. It is leading me to believe that perhaps I am receiving the test drug and not the placebo. When I go next Tuesday to the study I will have to discuss this with them because I really have been feeling yucky.

  
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ANNAMAAM 7/4/2011 11:12PM

    Hi Travelinista! ...I found your blog through Green Mama. I am just starting out with sparkpeople, although I did do a brief stint earlier this spring, but am familiar with raw vegan very much and have been for a few months at a time here and there.

Are you calorie counting also? Just curious...If you weigh things like nuts/seeds, where a little bit off can add up to a lot of calories difference, it might be a better option. ...I did buy a scale for that reason. Fruits and veggies matter a bit less measuring-wise.

Hope you figure it out...it can be frustrating, but this is something you can figure out. Also I do think the body just lets a certain amount of weight off at a time...like it seems to 'notice' it's 'wasting away', lol and fights it. Just stay with it and it will get over it's little tantrum about it. ;)

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GREENMAMA 7/1/2011 8:31PM

    Hope you're feeling better soon!

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FUNGRANNY72 7/1/2011 2:57PM

  I am so sorry you are still not feeling well. I haven't either, but I am feeling much better today. I do know I am sleeping better. I also have to talk to myself everyonce in a while. I tell myself what a wimp I am and I do not like to be a wimp. A little while after that I usually feel better. I have also been reading the motivational blogs. That also helps.
You spoke of your ankles swelling. That isn't a good thing. I hope you will let me persuade you to talk to your doctor. That could be an early symptom of qjite a few things, nothing. Could you be drinking too much water? Are your eyes swollen? Please keep me posted on how you are doing?
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ROSAMARCELLE 7/1/2011 8:13AM

    So sorry that you are feeling rough and hope that you are soon feeling better. It is disappointing that the weight loss is stalling at the moment, but with what you have been through, that isn't so surprising. I am sure that it will begin to head down again if you stick with the healthy eating and exercise. emoticon

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SIMPLE_IS_BEST 6/30/2011 11:52PM

    I'm sorry about the weight gain. Hopefully it's just meds messing with your body or something that you can get straightened out.

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LOOZINITNOW 6/30/2011 9:53PM

    I'm sorry that you have been feeling down. I hope you can get some answers soon and get your spunky self back.

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DEBBIEANNE1124 6/30/2011 9:40PM

    Don't feel so bad about the 2 pounds. You've done well just relax. the best you can do is try.

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DYNAMICDEB53 6/30/2011 6:59PM

    Yvonne I am sorry you are feeling this bad. I hope that they will be able to help you.
Hang in there until then.

Hugs and love
Deb

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SECRETMUSIC 6/30/2011 5:05PM

    Here's hoping you feel more normal soon!

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L*I*T*A* 6/30/2011 2:37PM

    wishing you a quick resolution..........
have an awesome day...
blessings and hugs...........lita


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WILLBOYWONDER 6/30/2011 1:40PM

    Sometimes the body does its own thing, in spite of your good, healthy efforts. Just stick with it and maybe switch up your exercise. But hang in there. We all go through that and I know how frustrating that can be. Don't give up. As for the other things, those before me who suggest seeking a check up for it, well I concur with them. Better safe than sorry. See a doctor.

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TEDYBEAR2838 6/30/2011 1:06PM

    Good idea to check it out with them. It might be making you retain
fluid. You are not exercising as usual either, so it's probably a combination
of everything going on with you.

I know emoticon because I've seen you in action and you did have
a great loss for the year so far.

Remember, Don't sweat the small stuff!

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MSCRIGLER 6/30/2011 12:25PM

  We fluctuate. It's probably nothing to worry over (the weight), but the swelling and other symptons, I'd worry over.

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NEW-CAZ 6/30/2011 12:24PM

    Yvonne take no chances hun..check with your doc or at least your local pharmacist you can guide you through any reactions you might be having.
Better safe than sorry- hope you feel brighter soon emoticon

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DEVORA4 6/30/2011 12:20PM

  emoticonsounds like you are retaining H2O, Check with your dr as perhaps the meds are causing this. emoticon

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DENISEUTAH 6/30/2011 12:14PM

    I think you should call the doctor even sooner
it sounds like you could be having some kind of reaction
better safe than sorry !

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HOWDOIHEARTTHEE 6/30/2011 12:11PM

    It's been very humid where I live...and I have been feeling like a puffed wheat. My mom thinks it might be the humidity...

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Ouch!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Physical therapy was tough today because she added some new weight bearing exercises on the Universal she has in her gym. Got through them, my new mantra of late has been Push Beyond! Glad I have a day off tomorrow as my next appointment is Friday. It will be my 24th visit. It would be great to hear on Friday if the insurance extended my therapy visits. We'll see.

Just came in from over 30 minutes gardening/yard work. To be be more specific I just finished doing 2 of the things I hate the most - weeding and sweating. OMG the sweat. It was dripping off my face, my hair even though tied up on top of my head is soaking wet. Pretty picture, right? I feel disgusting.

My arm and shoulder are aching now so the next thing I will be doing once I finish typing this will be icing it. Ah, instant relief and it will cool me down too. I live near a marsh like area and I always get these reeds popping up in my back yard. I really had no business pulling them with my shoulder but I looked at it as a workout. A workout it was. Some of those suckers have deep roots and were so hard to pull. I even had to use both hands. There are more out there waiting for me but they can wait for another day. I think with maybe some snow on the ground so at least I won't be sweating. emoticon

  
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NEW-CAZ 6/30/2011 3:01AM

    Yvonne it's lovely to hear that your shoulder is getting a bit stronger and you're able to more.
It's so frustrating being put out of action isn't it?
But you're getting there!
As for weeding.......I find it theraputic LOL.

Hope the icing helped...take it slow hun emoticon

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DS9KIE 6/30/2011 12:26AM

    that is great your lifting weights with your shoulder

I hear you on the getting sweaty part I hate that too

Hey just be careful when you are pulling weeds, I would hate you to injure your shoulder just to pull weeds and sweat

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DAWNWATERWOMAN 6/29/2011 11:00PM

    LOL. Never thought that I would hear you talking about snow after all the snow you had last winter & the shoveling that you had to do! LOL Sorry that you're sore. Be careful not to overdue my friend. Love ya, Dawn emoticon emoticon

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L*I*T*A* 6/29/2011 10:40PM

    take care and try not to overdo.........
hope this heals quickly ....
blessings and hugs............lita

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SUNNYH99 6/29/2011 9:46PM

    Oooh, I hope the icing and rest feel really good, Yvonne! "Rome wasn't built in a day," so take it slow!
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BAMATEACHER 6/29/2011 9:18PM

    You be careful with that shoulder, girl!

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DEVORA4 6/29/2011 9:06PM

  emoticonabout your pain. Unless your name is Martha Stewart, we all have weeds. LOL They would not dare to grow where she lives, Keeping my fingers crossed that you get those extra hours of therapy!! emoticon

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TEDYBEAR2838 6/29/2011 9:05PM

    Yvonne, you are a REAL TROOPER!

Hang in there and do be careful with that shoulder.
You don't want to start over from square one.

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DEBBIEANNE1124 6/29/2011 9:01PM

    Yvonne, even the most beautiful glamour girls sweat. emoticon I sure hope your shoulder starts to heal. I see my dr. about mine tomorrow.


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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 6/29/2011 8:56PM

    Here's hoping they grant you more PT sessions!

My favorite part of PT is at the end when they hook me up to the electrical stim machine. Took a few weeks to get used to the weird feeling of my muscles jumping around on their own, but now I like it. It feels like an internal massage.

Watch it with those weeds. They don't care if you re-injure your shoulder. Actually they probably DO care. They are probably hoping you WILL re-injure your shoulder! I heartily concur that you should wait until there is snow for your next weed-pulling session. LOL

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2 month check up with Surgeon

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Can't believe it has been 2 months since surgery already. So many things I still can't do mainly involving strength. So many things I can do that I could not do right after surgery. Things you take for granted but soon find out when you don't have your right arm or shoulder to use you just say to yourself, really? It has been an eye opening experience.

My doctor is requesting 12 more physical therapy visits. I am crossing my fingers the insurance company gives me the approval. I have had 24 visits but hope the limit goes up to 36 and not capped at 24. I am up to the 10 pound weights but only with certain movements. Still have a way to go.

I am able to hook my bra in the back now with minimal pain and that is a milestone. Imagine something simple and routine as that being a milestone. I was able to do my belly dancing tape today using my arms with minimal pain which is also a biggie. Remember I started out with my right shoulder glued to my side not being able to use/move my arm all.

Can't wait to get the OK to go back to my water aerobic classes. He says September, that is a long way off as far as I am concerned. I'll behave and wait because I don't want to rip it again because it is not 100% yet and then have to start all over.

  
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ROSAMARCELLE 6/29/2011 6:00PM

    That's wonderful. I am so glad that things are going well for you and you are right to be sensible and not risk going backwards. emoticon

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TEDYBEAR2838 6/29/2011 2:27PM

    Wow with as good as your are doing I can't imagine you can't do water aerobics.
Just the ones you can do. Moving etc. Can't you adjust to what you are allowed
to do? Or can't you do the jumping? Curious?
I'm so happy things are moving along so well.

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MARTY728 6/29/2011 12:45PM

    Hope all goes as you wish.... emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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OLDERDANDRT 6/29/2011 11:40AM

    Moving right along!!! emoticon Just wish you could tie your arm down to your body and get in the pool!!! At least you could walk and jump in the water! The resistance it would provide would actually be great exercise for your core and legs! Oh well, better safe than sorry......accidents happen so you probably should have total use of both arms before ventuing into the pool. Ugh! Glad you can fasten your bra the conventional way again!!! That was a BIG step! Glad you're mending well.

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DYNAMICDEB53 6/29/2011 10:58AM

    Glad you are taking it easy and listenng. You will benefit much more in the future by giving itthe time to heal that it needs.
Yes when I broke my wrist you do take simple things for granted until you cant do them and then its like wow when you can again.
Kepp being good and glad you are improving.
Hugs and smiles
Deb

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DARKTHOR 6/29/2011 10:40AM

    I hope the insurance comes through for you. It sounds like something they should approve.

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MARYHOLMAN 6/29/2011 8:51AM

    You sound like you're chomping at the bit to get back into your normal routine.
I used to be a belly dancer...wwwaaayyyyy back when. Keep it up;it's so much fun. emoticon

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PATTILYNN224 6/29/2011 7:51AM

    Very happy for you that you're mending so well!! It will be September before you know it.

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NEW-CAZ 6/29/2011 7:42AM

    Glad you're on the mend and keeping positive.
Here's hoping your insurance coughs up the $$$$

Keep us posted Yvonne emoticon

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 6/29/2011 2:56AM

    Sounds great!

I saw my surgeon at 5 weeks and the next time he wants to see me is in August (3 months post-op).

Congrats on being up to 10 lbs. I finally graduated to 5 lbs last week on the easy stuff. And for some things I'm still at 3 lbs.

If you can't go to PT, then get instructions at the last session and get some weights you can use at home. It's not as helpful, but at least your progress will continue!

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DAWNWATERWOMAN 6/28/2011 11:42PM

    I hope that your insurance will do the right thing. I have a pretty low opinion of insurance companies. You're in my thoughts and prayers. I know that you're looking forward to being back in your water aerobics. Love ya, Dawn emoticon emoticon

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L*I*T*A* 6/28/2011 11:33PM

    praying the insurance covers your physio...
blessings and hugs......lita

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FUNGRANNY72 6/28/2011 10:39PM

  I am so sorry to hear about your shoulder and arm. What did you do to it? I know all about the pain, but somehow we do survive. I hope you get better soon.
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DEVORA4 6/28/2011 9:37PM

  emoticonthat you focus on what you know can do and the can't do s will come!!!

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NO_SNOW_BODY 6/28/2011 9:37PM

    Sounds great

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SEASONS_CHANGE 6/28/2011 9:19PM

    Glad you're back on the mend and the Insurance company shouldn't disapprove something that a doctor is recommending. If so, let us know and all of your buddies will write letters and post blogs as social media is a powerful thing!

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ALASKALILLADY 6/28/2011 8:58PM

    Hope you get the insurance to approve your pt. If they don't want to do that, talk to the insurance commissioner for your state and see what the regulations are. Sometimes there are state requirements that your insurance must meet for care. If you have any questions just let me know!

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LOOZINITNOW 6/28/2011 8:47PM

    Glad you are starting to get back to normal. Praying the insurance will cover the additional PT visits. emoticon

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WILLOW49 6/28/2011 8:34PM

    Sure hope your insurance OKs more PT for you. Keep us posted!
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DEBBIEANNE1124 6/28/2011 8:17PM

    I sure hope the next sessions of PT help you out and amke you feel even better. I'm wondering how did you injusr your shoulders in the first place?

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