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November 2010

Saturday, November 06, 2010

Here it is another new month and I am doing better this month.
I started October at 202# and I started November at 199# So I did lose 3# in the past month- I know it isn't a whole lot but the good thing is , that I lost and not gained. So far I am keeping this down below 200# and I finely feel like exercising again after the surgery I had July 31st and the bad bouts with strained muscles for 2 months and then the arthritis that hit me hard in my knee and elbow. I am so hoping to getting down in the 180's by the end of the year. I see my doctor for my yearly checkup and at that time I will be asking about suggestions for losing this weight. I have never asked a doctor for advice on this before except after the birth of my 2nd child 31 yrs ago. and he didn't believe in pills and put me on the same diet as diabetics and it was so close to Richard Simmons' that it was easy to follow but didn't help to keep it off once I quit smoking. But will definitely being pushing it this time.

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WALKZWDOGZ 11/7/2010 4:30AM

    Just give yourself time to heal, get back to activity slow & easy. You'll do fine. emoticon emoticon

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MA_DIDDLES 11/6/2010 6:46PM

    Hey Judy
It sounds like you are feeling a little better this month of November. I am so glad you feel up to exercising again. That is going to help your weight loss a great deal.
I need to go get on the WII FIT Plus for at least another 30 min. I have been kind of slacking again today - not good.
How is the painting comming? Are you done, yet? MA

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DUFFYDYER 11/6/2010 6:20PM

    You're doing great! I'm glad you quit smoking. It's REALLY bad for you.

Comment edited on: 11/6/2010 6:26:44 PM

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