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I thank my precious Abba Father (Creator God) for all He has allowed, is allowing, & will allow in my life! May all the glory for any modest successes achieved on this lifestyle changing journey be His & His alone! Amen & Amen!

Life is good - it always has been - however, there is a special new sweetness to it since I determined to stop playing around & get serious about following my program.

Like I said - life is good!

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I thank my precious Abba Father (Creator God) for all He has allowed, is allowing, & will allow in my life! May all the glory for any modest successes achieved on this lifestyle changing journey be His & His alone! Amen & Amen!

Life is good - it always has been - however, there is a special new sweetness to it since I determined to stop playing around & get serious about following my program.

Like I said - life is good!

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The 'Twin Visitors" photograph was taken in early July. I looked out the window & had the pleasant experience of being eye-to-eye with one of them. Their Mama was right with them in the trees outside the window. They were so adorably cute!

My dearly treasured "Mr.V" quickly got the camera & took a few photographs. I think it is so cute how one seems to be posing for the picture to be snapped, while his twin is eagerly following their Mama!
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Member Since: 7/6/2008

My Goals:
My goal is to keep my current fitness level (or improve upon it) as I age.



My Program:
For now:

Keeping abstinence!

Portion control!

Staying within daily calorie allotment.

Walking daily! Using the 'Walk Away the Pounds' workout & Richard Simmon's "Walk Across America" tape.

I love Richard! He is one dear person! And someone I would so enjoy meeting!



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I am the most happy wife of the dearest & most thoughtful man of integrity alive.



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The Lord God Almighty, my Creator, & His Son, my Lord Savior, Jesus Christ, are the Center of my very being. May it always be thus! Amen!

My two favorite pastimes are spending the moments of my days with my most beloved "MrV" & in deep research/study of the rich & wonderful Word of God (Holy Bible). Oh, the many fascinating facts to be understood by delving into the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ & Creator God's plan of redemption for mankind through His Son alone!

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FROSTY99
4/28/2016 7:15:23 PM

Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. –Saint Francis de Sales

Forgive yourself when you fail.



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4/28/2016 7:30:35 AM

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Nothing has the power to radically change a life more than an attitude adjustment. Gail Lynne Godwin
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INFLATED
4/27/2016 11:56:44 PM

You can sign-up online for Shop Your Way Rewards from KMart. Even if you don't use them, when they expire, they usually send more through e-mail.

We heard on the news here that KMart and Sears will be closing some stores. I hope they don't close our local KMart. Sears did not stand by a warranty on a water heater we bought from them and I no longer do business with them. I believe they are the parent company to KMart.

I bought fleece pjs and matching slippers when we quit using the wood stove due to problems with the chimney and the liner. I also bought thermals to wear outside. I cannot take the cold like I used to.

Hubby worked at a polling place yesterday and took his car to a garage that works on evaporators today. The estimate is $1,700. I broke a lighted magnifying glass today trying to open it to replace the batteries. I use it to look at my coupons because the print is so small, I can't see the expiration dates on some of them. I file them by expiration date in a metal tin.

The Appliance Doctor came to fix the tubing to the ice maker. The first visit, he looked at it and said he didn't have any tubing with him. The second visit, he pushed the old tubing through the floor and then when he went to the basement to hook it up, said it went into an area that is sealed where we have recessed lighting over a bar. He was to come back today and fix it, but he was a no-show. He has been having trouble with a Beta blocker he is taking, so I am hoping he is well. I have had to be up, bathed and dressed by 7 AM because he didn't give me a specific time that he would be here. Hubby has been gone when he was here and I was hoping that my husband could help him do the repair. Well, no charges have been made for the visits, but there is no ice either.

I have my visit with the kidney doctor tomorrow afternoon. I need to have a fake tooth put in and then have my eyes examined. When I get those things done, I need to have a colonoscopy. I want to get all my tests done before December when I go on Medicare.

I am sorry that you are having problems with appointments. I had that once between my doctor's office and a pharmacy and I couldn't get a prescription because the doctor's office hadn't checked (put a check mark) on a form. I had to do all the leg work between the two. It isn't right.

Mr. V. got a good deal on the hose. There are crafts that can be made with old garden hoses. I am not crafty though.

I have my mother's sewing machine and cabinet, but I don't sew. My sister bought nightshirts for Mom, but they were too big for her and I have them. I prefer nightshirts to pjs, but pjs are better at keeping the whole body warm when it is cold. Mom used to make clothes for me and my sister and could cut down clothes to make suits for little boys. She said it always made her nervous to sew and she didn't like to do it.


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SURVIVOR61
4/27/2016 9:29:17 PM

We often forget to take care of ourselves, when we are taking care of a loved one that is ill or preparing for surgery.

Take time out for yourself. Nurture yourself by exercising, keeping involved in activities that bring you pleasure, getting respite and taking a trip. Keep up your connections to friends. Such actions are not self-indulgent, they are your prescription for good health and resiliency like food, water, and air.

Most of all do not feel guilty. You are not doing anything wrong. After all it is important to take care of you, so you do not fall Ill yourself. emoticon



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FROSTY99
4/27/2016 9:05:00 PM

This short story is a very good lesson and should really made us think twice about the daily happenings in our lives as we deal with others!

Today, I interviewed my grandmother for part of a research paper I'm working on for my Psychology class. When I asked her to define success in her own words, she said,"Success is when you look back at your life and the memories make you smile."

I hope your memories bring a big smile to you my friend.



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