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I want to live a more healthy life and try to stay more positive. I want to thank the many spark friends I've made here for supporting me throughout the year. Thank you for listening when I needed to vent or stumpled a bit.
I want to live a more healthy life and try to stay more positive. I want to thank the many spark friends I've made here for supporting me throughout the year. Thank you for listening when I needed to vent or stumpled a bit.




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Member Since: 1/3/2011

SparkPoints: 114,486

Fitness Minutes: 35,557

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To have a healthy blood pressure

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Huge sports fan... love the Red Sox and Pats...
Love family time with my wonderful husband and son.
Love watching HGTV

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TCANNO
8/24/2014 6:26:22 AM

I hoped that it might cheer you up, Sharon.





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ARCHIMEDESII
8/23/2014 4:24:53 PM

Hello ! are you coming to Boston some time ? Haymarket is open on Fridays and Saturdays, every week. They run about 7am to 67pm on Fridays. Saturday depends on the vendor. some stay late. some leave early.

Get to haymarket as early as possible. By afternoon on Saturday, the veggies aren't in the best shape. Haymarket is hit or miss. Today, I picked up a couple of containers of tomatoes for $1 each. In past, I've bought onions that went bad in a couple of days. So, you do have to be a careful shopper and watch what you buy.

The best day to go to haymarket is friday because the fruits/veggies are still in good shape. if you can't get there friday, go early saturday morning.

Haymarket sells the veggies that the supermarks/restaurants didn't buy from wholesale vendors. You can find organic. Today, they had pints of organic blueberries for $1.50. strawberries were $1. they didn't have a good selection of peppers. if you don't mind slightly wilted peppers, 3 for a dollar.





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TRANSFORM-ABBY
8/21/2014 4:57:33 PM

Stopping by from Fibro Friends to check in. Praying for you. I see you are also struggling with Limes Disease, Oh my. Day by day, breath by breath. Hang in there.



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COCOA99
7/26/2014 7:21:11 PM

Wow. I love your garden! Beautiful! Mine usually looks pretty good, but this year we had so much rain all spring, that we couldn't get out and get it cleaned up. We are just now getting to cleaning up our backyard.

Well, we've had inside house projects going though, so the outside took a backseat.

But, Wow! I can't wait to get mine back up to snuff!
I have birdfeeders, baths too! And some cool yard art. Yours is so cool!

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TCANNO
7/20/2014 5:36:08 PM

You have an amazing garden Sharon. I took a look at you picture but have a few more to look at. That red rose is better than anything I have.

Keep up the good work

Trev





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