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2/16/13 10:23 P

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Yes the grocery store close to my house you can call and it will do the shopping for you and deliver it for a fee

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2/15/13 8:46 P

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I don't know where you leave or your financial circumstances, but many larger chain stores in my area will deliver for about $20. You do your ordering on-line and they deliver I wonder if even your small local store would have an employee willing to make some extra cash for such a service.

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2/7/13 10:43 A

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I can only give you the same advice as to talk to your Church. Where I live they have services for people who are shut ins through the Church. A person comes to your house to bring you food, companionship and good conversation a few times a week. Give your Church or any Church a call and tell them your story and they will help. God be with you and Bless you in your time of need. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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2/6/13 3:20 P

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Dear fellow Sparker,
Your story is a sad one and you're to be applauded.
As for idea's I would suggest contacting your church where I'm sure someone would and could be a great help to you.
I wish you a continued healthy recovery and wondering if for the time being, perhaps you should put mindful eating on the back burner while you heal.
Will keep you in my prayers,
ginny

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The ache in your heart and the confusion in your soul means you are still aive,still human and STILL open to the beauty of this world~Harding~


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2/6/13 12:29 A

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I'm Jimini, and 73 years old. I live by myself, with my two cats. There is a grocery store down the road but I can't get to it in winter. Some time ago I was beaten by 2 of my foster children leaving me with a balance deficit. then last year one of my cats invited a young skunk into my living room to play; in my effort to avoid both of them, I fell hard, on my knee, on the concrete floor. I spent 3 months in a nursing home and wasn't too stable when I got home. I have no sidewalk going by my house. when there are ice and snow on the ground, I deem it expedient not to go out of the house (! have no car nor even anyone who could drive me buy groceries.) I am lucky - I get Meals on wheels 5 days a week, and a box of mostly canned foods once a month.So I have plenty of food to eat;but it's not what I like to eat, or what's good for me. Ideas on how to fit these circumstances into 'mindful eating'?

 
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