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Coming home to Sparkpeople!

Monday, June 21, 2010

I have had a rough couple of months. I am hoping with the passing of my beloved animal, and the grueling pain of the knee will be behind me, and I can move on (although, I will always have my Grizzabella, in my heart). But the knee now, is keeping me from getting going on my exercise I had planned. I will do some, light stretch ones in the am, and see where to go from there.
And I cannot wait to start my grill up and have those soy burgers this summer, yum. It's not so hard to do without meat. I have my moments because I dearly love the taste of chicken, and pork. But I will be fine, I just keep the mental picture of the suffering animals there, and I move away from the thought of eating meat. Anyway, I have found some great replacements, in my TVP, and soy.
Being a vegetarian, I have managed to abide by, now the sugar on the other hand, is my nemesis, and I have to slay that dragon!
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    Sorry about your Grizzabella - I hope you're feeling better about it.

    Hopefully you've slain your sugar dragon. Those things are hard to tame! :)
    2794 days ago
    Happy to see you back again!
    2795 days ago
    I am so sorry to hear about Grizzabella; it is so heartrending to lose a beloved fur friend. I am happy you are back, though.

    Happy grilling!

    2795 days ago
    I'm happy you are back!

    I am so sorry about your sweet baby. I certainly understand your grief.

    2800 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/22/2010 9:40:07 AM
    One thing at a time. You are doing fantastic!
    2800 days ago
    I am sorry to hear about your pet! I know that feeling all too well. But I am glad to see you back and it sounds like you are feeling positive and motivated to stay on track. You can do it!
    2801 days ago
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