MILPAM3
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Groundhog!
Saturday, August 05, 2017      2 comments

emoticon At our old house we had a number of groundhogs that were in the backyard, continually nibbling on anything... Read more
A Working Walk
Monday, July 31, 2017      2 comments

emoticon This morning I had a working walk at the golf course across the street. If I go out early enough, the gro... Read more
I have a Spark Diamond in the Clouds.
Friday, July 21, 2017      10 comments

Wow! To have reached one hundred fifty thousand points and Level 21 has taken around nine years. I wonder how many hours I've spent in front of a screen to earn those. Thankfully, some of those hours were spent exercising with videos. I've learn... Read more
Feeding tinnitus
Saturday, July 15, 2017      3 comments

I was talking with a friend of mine today, who also suffers from tinnitus. She said certain foods make the ringing in her ears worse--things like caffeinated drinks and chocolate. Hmmm. I'll have to research this one. I also heard that drynes... Read more
Trying to Catch Up
Friday, April 28, 2017      3 comments

At the beginning of April, we switched cable providers. For over three weeks I couldn't get the wi-fi to work on my PC. Every other computer, phone, and tablet connected automatically. I was forced to use my phone or tablet to sign into Spark... Read more
Nice round numbers
Tuesday, December 27, 2016      5 comments

After changing my status today, I had one hundred thirty-three thousand, three hundred thirty-three points. All those three's looked so perfect. If only I could lose more weight and the scale would read 133 pounds, I would be ecstatic. ... Read more
Are You Willing?
Tuesday, December 20, 2016      2 comments

Margaret Clarkson was a teacher, who was unable to travel to the mission fields as desired because of a physical disability. She wrote a poem, "So Send I You," which was set to music. Later she realized that poem listed only the sacrifices one... Read more
I Knew I Was Getting Close
Wednesday, August 10, 2016      6 comments

A couple weeks ago, I noticed the number of days in my log-in streak was nearing 500; but what a surprise to open my "trophy" email this morning. Five hundred days of logging into the Spark People web site! I haven't seen my goal weight nearin... Read more
Pranked by Panera
Tuesday, July 19, 2016      4 comments

DH has a Panera Bread rewards card. When I go there, I give them his phone number and he racks up rewards from my visits, too. Two rewards were nearing expiration, so he told me to order and use the $5 off reward. I went online and, not havin... Read more
A year to 401
Tuesday, May 03, 2016      6 comments

A 401K? No. 401 pounds? No. Four hundred and one (sounds a little like a dalmatian movie) times in a row logging in to Spark People. I was patting myself on the back, having reached the one-year mark, but this morning I opened my emails to fi... Read more
If It Weren't Leap Year...
Monday, March 28, 2016      1 comments

I would have logged in for an entire year. As it is, I think I'll manage to get that 366th log in done tomorrow. ... Read more
"Some Day"
Monday, March 21, 2016      4 comments

This poem by Fanny J. Crosby, one of the most prolific writers of hymn lyrics of all time, was her "heart song." She was inspired by a tract in which the preacher wrote: "If each of us is faithful to the grace which is given us by Christ, that ... Read more
Three More Weeks
Tuesday, March 08, 2016      4 comments

emoticon Even if I have no time to do anything but log in, I have been on the SP site consistently for almost a ... Read more
Trashman's agenda
Thursday, April 09, 2015      4 comments

We all have things that are important to us. They may include hobbies, people, activities or jobs. While some people work just to get a paycheck, others find worth in their attention to detail and want others to appreciate their efforts. Last... Read more
The wisdom of the wise
Tuesday, March 31, 2015      0 comments

emoticon The wisdom of the wise is an uncommon degree of common sense. So glad both my parents had this. ... Read more

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