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  • v KILTORE
    I see from your ticker your weight loss is coming along nicely. Congratulations.
    103 days ago
  • v CJSM86
    For food conversions http://dish.allrecipes.com/commonly-used-m
    easurements-equivalents/. Ounces to cups, etc. 😉
    128 days ago
  • v BROOKLYN_BORN
    Yes, my daughter has a spark page. Just search Hayburner1969.
    I'm not sure how active she is right now. She took a full time teaching job and started last week. I've been less active than usual as well as my status and blog today explains, but I will catch up. I truly believe that staying connected here, even if minimally is the key to success.


    130 days ago
  • v BROOKLYN_BORN
    First of all, congratulation on getting smart about seeking a healthy lifestyle while you are young. Thanks for the friend add. I've just added you back.
    I read a few of your blog entries so I'll just add my comments here. You are not alone, by any means, in the behavior you describe. Several of us, my 47 year old daughter included (Hayburner1969) have discovered that the only way to avoid those binges is to not have the triggers in the house. Then you only have to be strong ONCE, when you resist throwing it into your shopping cart.
    Good luck to you. I look forward to following your journey to success.
    Stay connected here. The program works.
    149 days ago
  • v PCOH051610
    Hi,
    Thank you for commenting on my dogs! They are all between 10-11 years old and we are their final home. Maddy, the Pom, was rescued after being given up twice, at age 2. He is our only male. Louisa, the Lab, also had two previous homes and we adopted her when she was 4. She is a diabetic. Ginger, the little mix, was literally rescued at the vet clinic after the owner had signed the papers to put her to sleep. He had kept her in a basement for six years! When I went to the clinic to "foster" her, she didn't know what grass was.

    Your beagles are sweet! What are their stories?

    Susan
    231 days ago
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