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Taking credit?

Sunday, January 13, 2013

You never know what your actions will do. I've inspired some to start walking while our kids are bowling. I've just been doing what I feel I need to do for me.
As of January 1st I've been doing PCRM's 21-Day Vegan Kickstart taking my hubby and middle son along for the ride. I was shocked when my youngest (and fussiest eater) told me that he and his buddy are going vegetarian for a week. If one forgets and eats meat........ well the loser has to buy the winner a steak dinner. That is strange... but a week of increasing veggies is a win in itself. Yes I take credit, if he hadn't complained to his friend about us going vegan for a bit there would not have been a bet. Who knows what may come out of this bet.
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    Wow, how cool is this? Still not sure how the steak dinner fits in, but ... whatever works!!~!
    1835 days ago
    Awesome! You're a true motivator! HUGS
    1836 days ago
    Probably your innovative choices are even more contagious than you know! This is delightful!
    1836 days ago
    Ripples in the water, aren't they fun when you notice they come from you? Indeed, you do get credit. You never know who might be listening or, more likely, watching what you are doing. You are an influence of the most wonderful kind, a Positive role model.
    1836 days ago
    How awesome! emoticon
    1836 days ago
    What fun!
    1836 days ago
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    Sounds very motivating and a good plan. I have a plan to quit smoking. I am going to try by cutting down, but I am going to make up some jars. One for every time I buy a pack I have to put the same amount in the jar ,another when I don't I will put it in jar. At the end I will see how much I wasted and how much I gained and use the money for vacation. Have a great week end
    1836 days ago
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