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Jack, KBs and Paleo

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Late yesterday, I learned that my eldest cousin is back in the VA hospital. He has prostate cancer, the same thing that killed my dad. The latest news is that he now also has T-cell leukemia. I am devastated. Please pray for Jack, Norma and the caregivers.

I actually lifted my KBs for a few minutes today. Back to beginner status since I have not been doing anything for so long. It felt good. I am following the advice I keep reading about starting small, doing what is do-able.

BF made a fantastic salad for my lunch today. Chicken, bacon, kale, spinach, red bell pepper and broccoli slaw. I ate half of it for lunch and the rest at dinner. Paleo works for me and it will work even better as I make better choices (still learning).
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  • KIMBERLY19732
    1717 days ago
  • CAROL_31649731
    Praying for your family . . . and interested in following your progress with the Paleo diet. I'm going check into it! emoticon Carol
    1720 days ago
    I'm so sorry to hear about our cousin! Sort of makes everything else seem even more relevant doesn't it?

    Prayer for you all!
    1722 days ago
    Sorry for your cousin :(

    Yay for the Paleo...it's really amazing how much better it makes you feel right? I'm really losing my taste for any kind of processed foods
    1723 days ago
    Sorry to hear about your cousin. I hope he is getting the best treatment available. emoticon

    emoticon for getting the KBs started again. emoticon All you need is to try it out!
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    1723 days ago
    I'm sorry about what your family is going through. They are in my prayers.

    You keep taking care of yourself! That salad sounds really good!
    1724 days ago
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