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Stress & post-Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene

Friday, September 02, 2011

Here on Long Island...we were braced and ready for the storm!!

Coastline was evacuated as per the governing bodies...luckily, we were higher in-land and we did not have to evacuate.

We did not lose power - feeling lucky once again, because some parts of the Island just got it back yesterday and still, some do not have it today.

The worst part of our storm was the tornado warnings...once I heard about those - I did not go to sleep that night! So stress settled into my neck muscles and my eyes and still - I do not feel right. My husband thought I was nuts because I brought him into the basement to look at the beams so we could figure out where to huddle if a tornado hit....very unlike me. I took pictures of the outside of the house before the storm even!!! Another out-of-the-ordinary thing for me to do!

I feel for the people who got hit so hard north of us in New goodness - what happened in VT and on the mainland is absolutely insane! I cannot imagine! Close friends from high school - who all live in major hurricane preparedness areas in NC and NJ - thankfully they were spared major devestation...but still the surrounding area is a mess and I feel for those who have to pick up.... or start over entirely!

So, besides the hurricane coming, my stress has been uber high lately anyway because of serveral things and school starting up once last little guy is heading into Kindergarten, so maybe that is an added undercurrent adding to the stress as well. Sleep has been horrible, my eyes hurt, my jaw is clenching, the temples are hurting, I have been eating foods that are on the fattier side and wine - my occassional treat became a bit of a normal thing to have each night....which I acknowledge and cut off because that would be a bad thing to be dependent on!

These last couple of days I have looked inward and realized that if I did not get back to my exercise and tracking, then things that I have worked hard on would be for nought. I am still in my maintenance weight range, but not in the physical shape I was back in the beginning of August (can we say mushy?), and my old behaviors and mental state were shockingly familiar and scary to feel as they tried to creep back in to my world...

I have stopped the creeper from entering the building starting today.

First up was blogging a bit and saying "hi" here, the next was a visit to the basement & my treadmill....and the rest of the day will be tracking my nutrition for a wakeup call.

Acknowledging one's weaknesses is the most important thing when trying to lose and maintain weightloss....even for someone who has been "successful" over years....and even typing those words "over years" is scary because when faced with a demon, it feels like all the work you have done is completely erased in your head.

So back in the saddle it is!!! The school schedule will be good for everyone and hopefully things will settle into calmness once again....I could use some boring routine after the crazy month of August!

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DWEXCEL 9/5/2011 8:28AM

    Gosh you are soooooooo smart! And I just love that about you. It is so amazing to hear you say you HAVE STOPPED the creeper....and you say it with such strong authority...and I know you mean it, and I know you have stopped it.

I also love that you are able to recognize these demons, once they rear their ugly head, and we all know they do that....from time to time. But you are able to confront them, and stop them. I have kept up with your journey, and know that you have come a very long way.

I also love that you share your "weaknesses" with us. I doesn't show us that you are weak....quite the contrary. It show us how strong you really are! And it teaches us to learn how to change our behaviors when confronted with these same obstacles.

So many times, we think thin people don't encounter the same obstacles that we do. And you have shown us that oh yes, you do. And you've shown us how you've dealt with them. And I love you for that!

I have learned so many things from you in the last 4 years....particularly about food and nutrition. I have actually read 4 books this summer about it as well. You are certainly my "idol" and my inspiration!

Thank you so much for sharing this part of yourself with us! I'm glad you survived Irene, and that it wasn't any worse than it was. I'm also glad you had a wonderful vacation....You deserve it!

I think you will enjoy this phase of your life now that all the kids are in school. And I believe that you will continue to amaze us all with the things that you do.

Love you, Girl!
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SUZYWM 9/3/2011 10:33PM

    Hi Sweetie -I've been able to "hear" the stress in your late summer posts! You're doing a great job by posting about things as they come up. Remember that you're handling a wonderful but challenging thing - parenthood and marriage are not for the faint hearted! Be gentle with yourself, especially as you work on your own classes.

Our world is changing in positive ways, and I'm hopeful that we're getting closer to some normalcy. I'm back at school and working out a bit again. emoticon

Thinking of you and hoping you're having a relaxed holiday weekend!


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REBECCATKD 9/2/2011 6:26PM

    Glad to see you're safe and sound!

Remember, we all slip into old habits from time to time. It's the getting-up-again that makes the difference.

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OAKBORN 9/2/2011 12:54PM

    As you know, I am both relieved and grateful that you and yours are safe and well!

It seems like we both have had our obstacles staying on track the past little bit. I so get that!

You know we are both at 3 years in maintenance now? My anniversary is today and yours was about a month ago, IIRC. So I'm sitting here and partying by eating a HUGE salad with a great mix of garden fresh veggies and store bought ones... and some turkey and cheese to add protein.

Congrats to you on 3 years! (and me too!) Time for celebration! Time to get back and stay on track! (and a good amount of back patting too!)

Good sharing this journey with you! emoticon

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AMJSATURN 9/2/2011 12:29PM

    Hi Annie,

Happy to say the least for you and your family. Irene brought much disaster to the East coast much that many we not prepared for. (sadly some lost their lives as reported by the news media)
Even part of Pennsylvania felt the effects. I live in Pittsburgh so nothing from the hurricane. We did get a jolt from the earthquake on Tuesday August 23, at 1:51pm. I was definitely spooked by that. All is well here.

I too have slacked from working out ... gain is official 8 pounds in a month. Need to get my mind right. With workout DVD in hand to the grind I must go.
Still not tracking like I should, trying is all I can say!!

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CAR58OLE 9/2/2011 11:51AM

    WOW You did go through a lot...glad you have recognized your needs and are working towards them starting today!

We got hit HARD... my own house adn family are fine... just a lot of road closings and turmoil for neighboring towns.

I have been feeling stressed all week as well... sort of a combination of the "let down" from all the excitement over the weekend - added to the fact I cannot drive to my daughter's anymore! I am heading out tomorrow to find my way, through back roads and hill towns... I need to know I CAN get to her if she needs me!

Add to that I was part of the Emergency Operations Center - answering phones and fielding questions. My husband is the chief of our town Volunteer Fire Department - so I was there to help as best I could!

I too am starting to get back to a routine - went for a walk yesterday and will go again today... should have gone by now - but am forcing myself to get out there...

I am glad the devastaion didn't hit your home or family... it is a lot to be grateful for!

I wish you continued success on getting back to normal and back to tracking...


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Disney update! Finally!

Friday, September 02, 2011

Took me long enough to get this update on here!!!! Just 10 days under a month of being there! LoL Well, things kinda got in the way....getting back from a trip is stressful and then...oh we had a bit of weather here on Long Island...just a bit, so that added fun was a bit of a glitch in the works as well!

Anyway, I promised an update of Disney and here it is!!
Well...tip #1 - avoid going in July or August if you can possibly help it! The kids whining factor was at an all-time high, probably exacerbated by the heat & humidity thrown on them while waiting on lines and walking through every single park every day. Even standing on the line to get in Magic Kingdom on the first day was SO filled with whining it was kinda putting a damper on the trip - so avoid the summer months if will thank me, trust me!

Well, if you exclude the whole waiting and whining factors - the whole trip was a success and we really did have a great time! The memories are what really stand out and the only thing I can compare it to is child-birth: you will go through whining and crying, but in the end, those stresses fade into the distance and what you have left is a beautiful bundle of joy!

So on to tip #2! Character breakfasts!!!! If you can possibly get them in a park, at 8am on any given day...well, you will be GOLDEN! The parks usually open at 9am, but character breakfasts start at 8am - which means, you will be in the park before the main gates open...which meeeeeaaaans that even though you cannot enter the park yourself and have to wait for the rope to drop in your area of the park - you are waaaaay ahead of all the other people at the main gate entering! which therefore means that you can get to coveted rides first! Woohoo! Magic Kingdom's Crystal Palace and Animal Kingdom's Tusker House have the characater breakfasts....use them to your advantage!! I don't know if other parks have them, but it is SO worth doing a little homework on this one! Let's just say that we were in the first truck on the Animal Kingdom Safari ride...and in summer, that is KEY because the animals tend to go back to sleep when it gets too hot out.

Tip #3 - MEALS: those Quick Service meals that say kids under 9 have to order from a kids menu....IGNORE THEM!!! We forgot about this tidbit of advice from our friends who went with their the time the 4th day hit, our kids were SO SICK of the kid's choices...and we forgot that a Quick Service (QS) meal is taken off your meal plan just as that - a QS meal, regardless of the age of the person using it! By the last day, we sat the kids down (ok, we hid them b/c we don't liek to break 'rules'), then we confidently went up to the counter and ordered 5 different meals and it was the best QS meal of the whole week!

Tip #4 - Strollers vs. No stroller.....Sometimes they are neccessary, but we have a 5 year old, a 7 year old and a 9 year old. Mom's panel advice for this age range was to bring a stroller or rent one. Umm, my 7 year old is 60 pounds at least - stocky build, heavy to push yet a whiner....but I was NOT going to give him the option to sit in comfort while I busted my butt in 100 degree heat. As for the 5 year old...he is very active in general, so walking and no stroller was our decision. And I am SO glad we did. Why? because between 2 parents and a savvy 9 year old, we had enough hands to skirt around the stroller and skooter crowd and it was FASTER than if we had a stroller. Strollers and skooters created more traffic than we anticipated, and with the few times I wished we had something to put them in - I realized it was way less than the times I thanked heaven that we did NOT have one! The distinct advantage of being on foot was thoroughly realized when we had a thunderstorm upon us just as the nighttime parade was getting ready on mainstreet....we zipped right past everyone and every wheeled device in the park and made it to the monorial in record and dry time!

Tip #5 - The monorail!!! Love it! We stayed at the Contemporary resort...yes, pricey, but for our once in a lifetime trip - it was worth it! The last time we went to Disney, we were newlyweds and stayed at the Grand Floridian - and that is on the monorail - and that was also 12 years ago! We regularly do NOT take fancy vacations, so this was a well-earned, well-planned out treat for us as a family. and Yes, it was worth it. The Contemporary was close enough to WALK to the Magic Kingdom and the return trip on monorail was 3 minutes long. Perfect for our needs. I must admit, from the pics of the pool at the Contemporary, I was NOT impressed...well, it turned out to be one of the best pools in the complex. The kids went to a few other resort pools with more visual ambiance, but the slide at our resort was "the best" according to them.

Tip #6 - Fast pass and go to the park EARLY - Learn how to use Fast passes and use them wisely! Going early to the parks is also a tip I am throwing in here - between the early arrival time and the fast passes - we banged out Magic kingdom before noon on our first day!!! No kidding! The rest of the time we visited this park, it was in the evening and we used the fast passes again, but to our advantage.

Tip #7 - Water bottles - reuse them! If you have a dining plan with snacks on it - then you can use the snack for a water bottle...but reuse those bottles at the water fountains throughout the save on money and snacks per day!

Tip #8 - Resort refillable mugs - definitely worth the money to buy them! WE bought 3 at $13 a piece. At each resort, you can refill the mug as many times with whatever you want during your stay. My husband paid the mugs off in coffee refills by the 4th day! It was well worth the money, especially if you like coffee in the morning and the evening! We would throw them in the bag and would refill them each time we would return to the hotel.

Tip #9 - Bag at a park vs. no bag. At each park entrance, you must go through a bag check if you have one. We brought the backpack with us 75% of the time, but we split up and met on the entrance line to save time. The back pack held water bottle, baseball hate, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera & lollipops (bribery material while waiting on lines). It was really great to have...the only time we left it behind was when we went back to the park at night for a short time. Mind you, we did NOT have a stroller, so we took turns carrying it. No problems taking it on the rides either - most have storage places to put them because everyone has some sort of bag with them.

Tip #10 - KNOW THE TURNSTILES! At the park entrance - the entrance turnstiles work 2 ways: Kids ticket cards are sent through and the kids go through. Adults (anyone over 12 I think?) well, be ready to put the key card in, THEN put your index finger on a scanner and then go through. Not knowing this holds up the line. We had a game plan after ther first torturous & confusing entrance . We went like this: Oldest kid, kid, kid, Adult, Adult. The oldest kept the younger set put while we went through. The other option is Adult, kid, kid, kid, Adult. Since the cards all pile up, it's easy to grab them all at the same time and go quickly after that. The Fast Past adult should keep all the ticket cards because Fast passes need each card per person in order to get a Fast pass. If he/she runs ahjead without the ticket cards in hand - it's just a BIG waste of do I know this? been there, done that! LoL

Tip #11 - If you are staying on the resort and your airline offers the Magic Your way Express Transportation - DO IT!! We had 2 carrying on backpacks on the plane - the rest of the luggage met us in our room.

Tip #12 - By the 3rd day - for people who frequent Disney vacations...this is known as the "Meltdown day" and should be entered into with caution. Children will have a tendency to melt down faster....which increases the stress from the caring adults faster and then EVERYone is in a pissy mood by lunchtime! We learned this little tidbit of information on Day 4 of our trip while talking with other parent on line. I think that is enough said on that subject. LoL We should have been more kind to ourselves, slept late and stayed by the pool that day. Think about how traveling will affect your kids - especially if you do not travel like this that often!

OK - I think that was all of the major tips that we thought about and reviewed over and over during the trip. We will be using a bunch of them the next time we go to Disney...maybe in 5 years or so! LoL But then, the kids will be older and more independent and more things will be learned!

A funny thing that happened a lot was the frequency of the bathroom visits!! We started joking that it was our favorite ride! Easy entrance, no lines, air conditioned...the perfect ride! LoL We would go before and after each ride...during every single meal, several times. Absolute ridiculousness!!!!!!! Yes, we were drinking water ad nauseum and there were some serious after meal repercussions on occassion (I don't think I need to say more than that, right?) We even had favorites by the end of the week! I even took photo's of our favorite places! This one was behind the PeterPan ride, in between Fantasyland and Liberty Square piped in German music....good to dance to...very soothing emoticon

As you can see - we kept our sense of humor (or at least tried to) most of the time!!

I hope some of these tips help a few of you out when you go there!!
Have a Magical Day!

PS - Weight/health update - Hubby did NOT work out, ate whatever he wanted (dessert - creamer, the whole 9 yards) and he gained 10 pounds! It came off pretty quick when we got home. I cannot eat like that, and between the walking and whatnot, I stayed the same. These past few weeks have been stressful for me (that's another blog!) - I gained 2 pounds since the trip and have not worked out in a few weeks...back in the saddle starting today!!

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REBECCATKD 9/2/2011 6:32PM

    Thank you so much for all your tips! I am considering them the bible of Disney World!

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HEALTH4LYFE 9/2/2011 10:13AM

    Sounds like you could be a travel agent for Disney as well. Great tips and you are so right about going during any other months besides July and August. We went 10 years ago in October. Weather was pretty good and the crowds were emoticon because most children were in school and it was just after 9/11. Take care.

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Disney bound!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

We are heading out at 4am tomorrow and will be in the big Mouse's House by 10am!!!!

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See those faces above...that is what me & the family will be looking like as soon as well get on the plane! LoL

The kids are SO excited!!

Heck - WE are so excited!! The last real vacation (and by vacation, I mean away for more than 4 days and having people serve us meals with no laundry or looooong driving involved - camping does not count in my book, because I still have to work - it's more like a refreshing change of scenery) - but I digress...the last REAL vacation we had was 12 years ago on our honeymoon...and that was, can you guess? well, it was at DisneyWorld! LoL

But this time is going to be special - noone is in diapers, noone really needs a stroller...I planned doing this about 5 years ago when my then 4 year old said just before his little brother's birth : "Mom, when can we go to Disney?" and my answer was, "When your little brother is 4 and you are 8." OK, so I missed the 8 year old timeframe, BUT I didn't for the little brother who is still 4....for another few weeks! emoticon

The promise has been kept emoticon

So that being said.....SEE YOU ALL NEXT WEEK!!!!
Make it a magical week!!

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FULLOFFAITH 8/14/2011 3:49PM

    Hope you are having a fabulous time!!!!

I can't wait to take the kids to Disneyworld!!


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DWEXCEL 8/14/2011 8:36AM

    Sounds like a wonderful plan! deserve it! emoticon

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OAKBORN 8/10/2011 10:06PM

    Have a blast!!

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REBECCATKD 8/10/2011 9:53PM

    Enjoy! Enjoy!!

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JASPERANN 8/10/2011 6:41PM

    Hope you have a umbrella stroller for your little one. Our 4 year old didn't make it with a lot of walking this year. (We do a lot at home too.) Have tons of fun!!! That is my happy place! =D

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SHERYL_B 8/10/2011 6:00PM

    Have fun!!!!!!

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puffy & peeved

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

I love my family...but sometimes, when the out-of-towners come in, we hang....and I drink.

It really was NOT the food that killed this week for was the drink.

I have been working out more...I have been tracking religiously...and stepped on the scale and was greeted with a number I have NOT seen in AGES.....134.9.

Basically 135.

And I am NOT happy.

I came down stairs, looked at my husband and said to him: "I really don't want to listen to you today. I do NOT need a recap of your workout, or what you just ate, or what you weigh or how you are dealing with your fluctuation over the last few days. I am pissed right now at a number on the scale that I have not seen in months and it is my own fault because when family visits I get stressed, and I drink more, and it's not as if I ate badly, but I drank more to be in a better mood for the last 3 days, and it's not my occassional glass of wine that did it - it was the one beer one day, and then 4 the next and then the 2 martini's and the BBQ we ate yesterday....and I cannot even tally it on the computer, but still, I am pissed and we are going away in 2 days where I have to wear a bathingsuit for a week and the last thing I wanted to do was to be puffy and bloated on this ginormous vacation and to feel like crap because GOD FORBID I eat like everyone else and indulge on occassion because HEAVEN FORBID I have cream and salt and sugar within 2 hours of eating one after another. ALL it gets me is 4 pounds of puff and nonsense, a gut that feels like I want to disembowel my own self, wash it out and put it all back in. Now I am going to get this coffee and go do my makeup."

So I went and I did my makeup......EVEN MY FACE IS PUFFY!!!!!!!!!

For the LOVE OF PETE!!!! WTF is going on?!?!?!?!

So I finally get done and go downstairs...hubby goes, "I hear ya honey, it's OK, do what ya gotta do for the next 2 days to feel better." and he gave me a hug, after which he asks, "Umm....are you PMS-ing? maybe that is part of the problem."

"Nah - I tallied it up and we should be good - let me look, I wrote down the last time....Oh crap...I should be getting it on the way back home."

SOOOOOOO - I am in PMS mode (Hello stress and mood swings) and with the salt and alcohol, oh and don't forget heat and humidity....I am UBER bloated as well.....wonderful emoticon

Now, if you will excuse me, I need to go pop some Pamprin PMS like jellybeans today, drink my water to flush this system out and move my body today to help it all along it's way.

Great timing.....greeeeeaaaat timing.

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DWEXCEL 8/14/2011 8:47AM

    OMG I thought I was reading my own blog there for a minute! Don't beat yourself up, too bad; it's not like you do this all the time or anything like that. Sometimes you just gotta let go! And PMS hormones can certainly do a number on you, just like menopause ones. It's not fun. It's nice that your DH hugged you and said to get better; sometimes they just make it worse, and the next thing you know a humongous argument ensues.

Take it from me, Disney World is not a good place to be able to keep your eating in line. Lots of junk to be found every where! You'll be able to handle it better at the restaurants where the choices are better.

But no worries! Enjoy yourself. Have a great time, and when you get back home, just work really hard for a few days and you'll be back on track in no time!

Love ya!
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TASOGAREBAN 8/10/2011 4:53PM

    Oooh! Ooooooooh. I have had days and incidents like that and it completely wrecked me for like a week. I was also PMSing and I was also just irritated because of it all. My suggestion is to NOT LET IT GET TO YOU. I mean, hop back on the bandwagon, drink your water, go back to your regular diet and work out again and don't let it stress you out. THIS TOO SHALL PASS!

I feel like Gandalf without his staff.

Once the two days are up and you're back on your game, you should be back to your regular spirits and hopefully not bloated. Pamprin? Good to go! Water? DO IT! Fitness? Get on it!
Motivation?? YEP YEP!

Feeling better? Hopefully and PRICELESS. emoticon

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YAMINOKODOMO 8/9/2011 3:19PM

    I hear ya! I hate when I get puffy like that and espcially after just one weekend of eating badly, and drinking. Its amazing to me how much a weekend can make a difference!

My problem with my family is when they visit or when I visit them its just food food food drink drink drink, so I love hanging with my family member but I know no matter how good I am I will still gain SOMETHING just from hanging around them lol.

Hope you are feeling a little better today, just eat the way you normally it and do your workouts and hopefully by the time its time to leave for vaca you will feel much better emoticon emoticon

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REBECCATKD 8/9/2011 10:44AM

    Okay, crisis mode activated.

Pamprin? Check.
Water? Check.
Extra veggies today? Extra walk/jog/workout?
No eating after 8:00 p.m.?

Hell yeah, you can be swimsuit-ready in two days. After all, you wore a swimsuit a year ago and you were fine. No worries. It's a setback, but a minor one, and you can work past it.

(I've got more pep talk if you need it!)

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OAKBORN 8/9/2011 7:55AM

    You'll get back! Hang in there! You know we are here to listen!


I always weigh more during my period, btw...

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So good.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Just wanted to update my personal challenge that I posted the other day.

Family fun was boardgame played twice, a few books read per kid, even playdates! That is pretty darned good considering I too also am lacking in the playdate department...I tell parents right off the bat that I am one of the worst when it comes to setting up or hosting. I'm being completely honest here - playdates are NOT my forte. LoL Next week are some more playdates and a scout picnic to be had....and family in town, which means socializing - I will tackle those food-situations as they arrive.

Family business also on hand was in cleaning the kids' rooms....they are thrilled just by moving a bed from one side of the wall to the other! It is really cute to hear them talk about how much better they sleep just from that! LoL Very cute. And here is the other bonus: they are making their beds! Eureka!!! So that is all I had to do to get them to do it! Switch their rooms around a wee bit! LOL

Exercise that has been written on the calendar has been DONE! Woohoo! (Self-Pat on the back going on right now.) Mid-week was my break and I actually missed it after 4 active days . Today it was good to get back on the treadmill. So that plan was a good one. Spark right now is screaming at me to up my calories....I was hungry on Tuesday (really ravinous - OMG-I-am-going-to-eat- my-own-arm-hungry) and that was satisfied just right with dinner & I have been fine since...we shall see after the next few days. If I see that happening again, I will address it then. Let's face it, the body knows when it is not getting enough fuel, so when it screams like that, I will give it it's extra protein/carbs/fats it needs. Just looked at next week and made that schedule up too! We shall see if my plan continues to work!

As for the wine...well, emoticon I had a glass on Wed night and then at lunch on Thursday. Straight up Pinot - nothing uber-sweet like the evil sangria emoticon and I was totally in calories, so there really should be not guilt on my there will not be any! LoL What's the study about one glass a day? Yeah, I'm not going to beat myself up over that one. If it was the evil sangria emoticon every other day well, then that would be a different story! emoticon Now, once again, I am done for a little bit since I am on full out mom-duty for the next 3 days.

My mom-only family-free weekend I had LAST weekend was just free and VERY VERY quiet and VERY alone...which is what I needed. The constant go here & go there was ceased. No talking was nice too. MY movies I rented were nice to see. Sleep was right what the doctor ordered. However, I did miss the crew by the end of the second day and was glad when they came back with their hustle & bustle of "Get me this, get me that" and "honey what are we going to make for dinner?" conversations. This weekend hubby is away on a trip - a well deserved on at that since he was in 100+ degree heat & camping with the kids last weekend!

So that's it for now. I'm sure I'm missing something, but that's it. Nothing eye opening, or profound...just stuff going on. Moving forward.

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DWEXCEL 8/3/2011 7:06AM

    OH yea! Good for you, girl.

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HEALTHY4JEANNE 7/31/2011 5:21PM

    Good job on reaching your goals that you set!

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FULLOFFAITH 7/30/2011 5:00PM

    That's right annie get it done a little at a time. Good Job!!!


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REBECCATKD 7/29/2011 9:28PM

    Great progress! Here's another pat on the back for you! emoticon

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OAKBORN 7/29/2011 8:01PM

    So glad to hear that you are meeting the challenges and tackling them! Bit by bit! Also glad to here that you had your space weekend!

Woot! Enjoy the hustle and bustle!

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