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Member Since: 7/23/2008

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My Goals:
To fit into normal size clothes (no Xs). To improve my posture.

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Atkins diet. Daily exercise at home.

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Laurie, now living on beautiful Denman Island, BC, Canada. Age 60. I do freelance work at home.

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I like the Atkins diet because I don't feel hungry (except when I AM hungry). For exercise I'm doing cardio, strength, core, posture, and flexibility work--mostly DVDs and Internet videos, but also some freestyle dancing, etc., and some things I've learned along the way. I have a weekly checklist, and I change the list every month so I don't get bored.

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TIMOTHYNOHE
6/10/2013 8:55:32 AM

Often Hons were waitresses in small diners and cafes but they could work about anywhere. Usually in the "service " industry.

They would use the word Hon, not as a term of endearment, but as a punctuation mark:

"Would you (or yous) like me to warm up yer cawfy, Hon?"
On the bus: "Why don't you take my seat, Hon, being that yer in that way. (Pregnant but don't say that word.)"

Hon is not exclusive to Bawlmerese, but it is a characteristic of the language.

And to be honest, I never heard anyone say Bawlmer unless they were exaggerating. More common would be Bawldimer.



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KELTIC-CARA
5/24/2013 5:06:26 PM

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“The one thing all famous authors, world class athletes, business tycoons, singers, actors, and celebrated achievers in any field have in common is that they all began their journeys when they were none of these things.” Yet still, they began their journeys, Mike Dooley

“In the beginning, the price of giving great love is risking that it won't be returned. Until you understand, of course, that great love is always returned. With interest.” - Mike Dooley

“I do believe that the single most important thing I could ever share with you with regard to maximizing the health, harmony, and happiness in your life can be summed up in just two words: 'Love Yourself'” - Mike Dooley

Have a great weekend




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KELTIC-CARA
3/5/2013 10:29:54 PM

Thought I would pop round and cheer you on

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IAMLOVINGIT
2/10/2013 11:34:57 PM

Thank You Laurie, so much for your words of encouragement. The answer will come. If not I still will be doing what I need to do. emoticon emoticon

Rose

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IAMLOVINGIT
1/16/2013 1:42:12 AM

Hi Laurie, Thank You so much for stopping by my blog. I knew I had to write it for a reason if only to give a little inspiration to You. I started June 01, 2 months before my 61st birthday. It took me 17 months but I did not care since I knew it would be for the rest of my Life. I wish You only the very best on your journey. It is a difficult one but oh so worth it.

Rose



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