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March Madness

Friday, March 28, 2008

Hi to all my friends.

Nothing on the weight loss this week, is 12 lbs off too early to hit a plateau?

The weather has changed here from Summer (hot, hot, hot) to Winter, Autumn (Fall) got lost somewhere.

Anyway, now salads have bit the dust, and casseroles, slow cooker recipes and soup now look to be on the menu. This could be a blessing in disguise as there seems to be less calories in casseroles and soup than in Summer food. Go figure!

We have been having a run of good luck here, no major medical emergencies and the animals are doing well, hope this keeps up.

I'm hoping everyone is losing weight and is keeping happy, see you all next week.


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    Hey FlowerdaleJewel!
    I agree with Bamathin. Your body gets used to the same food and adjusts and you can stop losing for a little while. It won't last. Changing food will help and getting plenty of water and more excercise will help too. Keep us posted on how you are doing. Hope everything keeps going good for you for a while with all the family health problems. You can use a break to take time to think about your self for a little bit. Don't forget to stop and smell the roses, no matter how many thorns get in the way!!
    3643 days ago
    I had hit a plateau at 14 lbs. I started exercising more and broke the plateau. Hope your luck continues with no medical emergencies and healthy animals.
    3643 days ago
    Nah, I don't think so. Maybe the change of food will help get you going again. My body gets way too used to food quickly. I always have to change up to keep going. Of course that means I have to exercise more which thinking about it now sucks but it actually is fun in the moment. I'm just silly.
    3644 days ago
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