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See this image largerCommon Flicker, State Bird of Alabama(4 comments)See this image largerNorthern Saw-whet Owl(2 comments)See this image largerThe Violet-green Swallow is a small North American swallow. Photo; Christine Haines.See this image largerRose-breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus) -male- in New Jersey, USA by Melina Gioffre Fuda‎.(1 comments)See this image largerAmerican Kestrel (Falco sparverius) by Karen L. Sirna.See this image largerAmerican Kestrels (Falco sparverius) by George Rosema.(2 comments)See this image largerCedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) in South Carolina, USA by Patricia Warren.See this image largerThe Blackburnian Warbler is the only North American warbler that has an orange throat.(1 comments)See this image largeris trying to feel as cheerful as this yellow warbler looks. :-)(2 comments)See this image largerCalifornia QuailSee this image largerPainted bunting(1 comments)See this image largerTufted titmouse singing his heart out. By Jonathan Elcock of Newton, Massachusetts.(1 comments)See this image largerHappy National Hummingbird Day! This is an Anna's hummingbird as we used to get all the time when we lived in San Diego. More beautiful photos on my blog today.(1 comments)See this image largeris putting the house back in order after carpet cleaners came.See this image largeris getting no sleep tonight!(1 comments)See this image largerThe American Robin is my favorite bird. Too bad we don't get any in our neighborhood. :-((1 comments)See this image largeris posting this picture just to make me happy. Gartered Trogon (Trogon caligatus) having a good time in the rain - in Costa Rica by Jory Freimann.(1 comments)See this image largerHomemade lactose free yogurt (thanks to UrbanRednek for tip to ferment for 24 hours and then strain whey for 1.5 hours) with Trader Joe's peach halves and vanilla granola. Delicious dessert!See this image largerThere must be a way to track cooking in a hot kitchen on a hot day!(1 comments)See this image largeris very happy with her new neurologist! Thanks for the prayers!(2 comments)See this image largeris looking for SparkBuddies to join me in the "Find 10" Challenge that I started today.(1 comments)See this image largerAnyone else feed as though you are making so many mistakes (nutrition and exercise-wise) but learning from each one? In my past life, I would normally have gotten discouraged by so many mistakes--but there's something about SparkPeople that makes me eager to do better the next day.(1 comments)See this image largeris delighted to have a tangible goal in mind! (See my blog.)See this image largeris upside down in her sleep schedule. (3 comments)See this image largerBefore transferring to a larger bowl, I had to admire the layers of my fruit salad: strawberries, cantaloupe, pineapple, kiwi, and blueberries.See this image largerToday I reached 60-day streaks for 1) Logging in every day, 2) tracking food and water every day, and 3) completing at least 10 minutes of fitness every day. Sixty days ago, I would have not thought this possible. Thanks, SparkPeople!See this image largeris delighted to have gotten an appointment with a restless legs specialist in Atlanta! Woo-hoo!(1 comments)See this image largeris DONE with dairy!(4 comments)See this image largeris going to make masks today! Been away from sewing for 2 months and I miss it!See this image largeris is going to make masks today! Been away from sewing for 2 months and I miss it!(2 comments)See this image largerBlogged today about a webinar I took part in this morning on how light affects our sleep. Check it out if you're having trouble with sleep.See this image largerIt's that time of year!See this image largeris surprised to be Dawg of the Day in her Spirited Under Dawgs team! (1 comments)See this image largerNot exactly diet-friendly but still worth a laugh.See this image largeris going to TRY walking outside 5 or more days a week. (I do all my exercise indoors.)(1 comments)See this image largerDetermined I would start walking outside 5 days a week. Climbing up a hill I really didn't want to climb, I also didn't want to run into any of my neighbors. But a big guy in pajamas waited at his mailbox until I got to his house and then asked me, "Are you struggling?" All I could get out was a yes, but I should have replied, "No, not at all. Why do you ask?"See this image largerThe most cheerful-looking bird ever. Yellow Warbler in New Jersey by Chris A. Fraley.(1 comments)See this image largerLove this plump little tufted titmouse.See this image largerPlump is Beautiful! Many-Colored Rush Tyrant from South America. (1 comments)See this image larger"When Irish Eyes are Smilin'..." Schalow's Turaco from Zambia.See this image largerPoster Bird for Monday Mornings. Brahminy starling from India. (1 comments)See this image largerMy first progress photo!See this image larger(2 comments)See this image largerHow do you like the progress I'm making on my new beach body?(1 comments)See this image largerThis photo, taken today, is what brings me back to SparkPeople. I knew I had gained weight through the lockdown, but I had no idea how fat I looked. I wasn't making any progress but now I have more to try to lose.(1 comments)

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