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What is the same and what is different

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Forgive a "mature" gal from going down memory lane, but I'm taking you there. Many moons ago, when I was I think 16 years old (MobyCarp can correct me, he was there), I participated in a 20 mile CROP walk. For those who may not have been exposed to these, they are charity walks... you get your friends, neighbors, newspaper customers, whoever you know to pledge money per mile (I think back then it was like a penny a mile)... you do the walk... you go back and collect... and the money goes to the charity.

This particular walk stretched between two small towns in Nebraska, from Milford to Seward. It was mostly on gravel roads past cornfields and it was hot and by the end of it, I had significant blisters on my feet. But I felt accomplished. Our parents picked us up at the finish and took us out for dinner at a well-known steakhouse in Seward. I knew nothing about training or nutrition or stretching or taking care of my body. Or what I "knew" was flat out wrong. I just counted on my body being able to do whatever I asked of it. Ah, youth!

Yesterday's mud run was over similar terrain... out gravel roads into the county, along a creek bed through its treeline, near open fields, but of course with the "fun" obstacles, and a lot shorter. 5K is only 3.1 miles. After my daughter in law got off work last night, the three of us went out for a steak dinner.

In my mind, I still associate steak with celebration. And particularly with the celebration of a completed athletic accomplishment. So that is the same.

What's different?

1. I now train for athletic endeavors. I do not take my body's abilities for granted. I encourage and build or preserve them.

2. Steak dinner? The size of the steak has considerably reduced. It used to be 12 or 16 ounces. Now I order the 6 ounce size. Frequency is still about the same. Portion size, and choice of sides is different. I skipped the bread and butter, carefully chose how much butter and sour cream to put on the baked potato, carefully chose how much of the deep fried onion I would consume, and had a garden salad, dry as my other side.

3. I looked up calorie counts and composition on line before we went, and planned how much of what I would have... and I stayed within my maintenance range, given what the body media fit told me I burned during the run.

It definitely tasted like a celebration. And this morning, my scale said, "you've got it, girl!" to the question: "Am I at goal and maintaining?"

Life's good. Spark on. emoticon

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GOHUSKERS2 8/29/2011 11:09PM

    It's wonderful to hold on to good memories of growing up. And the association thing is so true I think for most of us. At least I know it is for me. I'm hungry now for a good steak dinner. LOL

Great job!!!!!

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SUNNYWBL 8/29/2011 7:34PM

    I'm impressed with your restraint!

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KASEYCOFF 8/29/2011 7:28AM

    Oh, attagirl! We live and learn - and if we stop learning, we stop living, thinks me. Love the celebration dinner--!!!

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MEDDYPEDDY 8/29/2011 3:46AM

    You are so right - I have also been thinking a lot lately about how I took my ability for granted when I was young, how I exposed my body to a lot of harmful things including working very hard with farm work - today I am very grateful for everything that I can do without collapsing...

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_LINDA 8/29/2011 12:24AM

    Sounds totally awesome to me! Coming full circle with the celebration, and I would guess, in better shape then when you were younger, because of your healthy lifestyle choices and intelligent training.
Well done!!

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YOGATIME 8/28/2011 11:57PM

    You are always such an inspiration. I love checking in on you to see what new things you are up to. So active and happy!!
Good for you, keep on loving life!

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SUNNY1432 8/28/2011 10:23PM

    emoticon Amazing what age and knowledge can do for us. emoticon

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KARIDIAN1 8/28/2011 8:47PM

    Times sure have changed. Sounds like you had a great weekend all around.

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WATERMELLEN 8/28/2011 6:57PM

    Hopping on the scale and finding your're maintaining AFTER a reasonable treat: yeah!! Feels good!

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DEBRITA01 8/28/2011 5:23PM

    Ah, the CROP Walks...I remember those and like you, participated with no previous preparation. Difference is, I was a teen and in great shape...didn't have to worry about much, except for some tired feet. I probably wore Keds, at that time, which have little to no support or cushioning. emoticon

Great job getting out there, getting dirty, and getting it done! emoticon

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 8/28/2011 12:55PM

    There certainly is something to be said for the "older but wiser" phraseology, isn't there?

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The Mud Run

Saturday, August 27, 2011

The blog entry with photos you've been anticipating, I'm sure!

First off, let me say my son went to extremes in his "wimping out"... he broke his hand in an argument with a ceiling fan last night, but he still came and did photographer duty, for which I am grateful. The look on his face says it all: "really, Mom? Do you HAVE to take this picture?"

Then, here goes the race itself, from the starting line "clean" photos:

To the actual mud pit... I don't know as I show up in all of these, so look for the reddish hair and white shirt to find me in the crowd. The first shows the ginormous slip n slide that we were told not to go down head first. I slid down on my bum. By the way, we'd already been through two smaller mud pits by the time we got to this one. But this one is where the bleachers and the photo ops were:

Finally, the approach to, and crossing the finish line:

Note the time on the clock says 59.48... that was the time from when they started the first wave. It was another 22 minutes before my wave started, so my actual time was 37:13, per the results e-mail.

And gratifyingly... I added to my hardware collection. 37 minutes and 13 seconds including all those obstacles was good enough for 1st place in women ages 50 - 59:

Life is indeed good... Spark on! emoticon

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RAINBOWMF 8/26/2012 2:02PM

    Hahahah almost makes me want to try it.
I said almost! Lot!

That was just wonderful, you made me smile today.

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WILMASOTO 8/31/2011 12:16PM

    OMG is there anything you won't try! How amazing!! I loved looking at the pictures!! I had never seen that before!! You look so great and in such awesome shape!! Congratulations! You are truly my inspiration!! WOOHOO!!! GO GO GO!!! emoticon

Hope you son recovers quickly!! That fan must have been tough!! emoticon

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HOT4FITNESS 8/29/2011 7:19PM

    Sounds like you had a great run my friend congrats. I had clas all day on Saturday or i would have been participating. But the buffalo run is coming up in a few weeks. I plan on doing that one!

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KASEYCOFF 8/28/2011 6:29AM

    Barb, that is so great--!!! Love the pix - and I find it so difficult to understand how you didn't dive right in headfirst, lol!
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MMPHELPS1970 8/27/2011 11:18PM

    Good Job on your won! That looks like a really fun event! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 8/27/2011 10:48PM

    Another first!
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Love the hardware!
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WATERMELLEN 8/27/2011 9:49PM

    Good clean fun!! (After the shower, anyhow!!) And congrats both on your win and for being such a great sport!!

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SLENDERELLA61 8/27/2011 8:10PM

    Congratulations!!! Good win! Sorry the son could not participate, but thank him for the pictures! Again, love your award! Great going! So cool!

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KARIDIAN1 8/27/2011 6:56PM

    Wow The pictures are great. Congrats on your win for your age group.

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MOBYCARP 8/27/2011 5:58PM

    Looks like great fun! Congrats on the medal! emoticon

Too bad about my nephew's hand, but he managed to take some pretty decent pictures anyway.

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FITFABJENN 8/27/2011 5:50PM

    emoticon to first place in your group! emoticon

Looks like you had so much fun, and nice addition to your hardware collection.

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WORDLILY 8/27/2011 5:19PM

    Woohoo! Looks like you had fun. And congrats on the win! :)

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PUDLECRAZY 8/27/2011 4:59PM

    Woohoo! Fun, fun, Fun!!!! I am sorry about your son's broken hand, though, and hope it isn't too serious. Wishing him a quick recovery!

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ARLENE_MOVES 8/27/2011 4:47PM

    That was fun!! But I didn't get dirty. Glad to see you still have your glasses on!!

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BESTSUSIEYET 8/27/2011 4:43PM

    emoticon too fun! Not sure I'd have been "game" for that one! But super big congrats to YOU. You do us proud! Hope you son's hand heals quickly!

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_LINDA 8/27/2011 4:34PM

    FANTASTIC Barb!! That is just AWESOME!! HIGH FIVE!! You ROCK!!
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LOVE_2_LAUGH 8/27/2011 4:25PM

    Congratulations, Barb. That is just awesome! Quite an accomplishment. In the photo of you crossing the finish line, there's another woman running without a speck of mud on her. Were runners able to avoid the mud if they chose to? What fun is that?! LOL!

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BARBAELLEN 8/27/2011 4:12PM

    Oh my gosh, is that ever AWESOME!! You took the gold!! You have definitely earned bragging rights on this one. Congratulations!

I totally enjoyed my vicarious participation in the mud race, and I'm sure others did, as well. You can't imagine how inspiring you are. Thanks for sharing!
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DEBRITA01 8/27/2011 4:05PM

    emoticonCongrats on a great finish! It looks like a fun run with lots of messiness. I love that you wore a white least they gave you a new, clean one at the end of the race...LOL. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Just one delicious morning

Thursday, August 25, 2011

I'm using the word delicious in a non-food way. The air outside is just so wonderful. It is cool, and refreshing. The kittens are energized, playing on the patio and under the deck. They do not want to come inside. Neither do I. I stand out on the deck or stroll on the patio watching them, sipping my coffee mug while the sky begins to lighten. What a day to be alive!

When my body is properly nurtured and rested, it leaves my thought freer to appreciate fully the joy of simply being alive.

May you all be blessed with such days... and store them away in your memory to cherish for years to come.

Life's good... Spark on! emoticon

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KATIE33MAHALA 8/29/2011 8:06AM

    What a wonderfully delicious blog!

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PUDLECRAZY 8/26/2011 8:26AM

    These late summer, early fall days....nothing describes them better than delicious!

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WATERMELLEN 8/26/2011 7:18AM

    These late summer mornings have a little fall snap in the air: wonderfully refreshing!!

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HOT4FITNESS 8/25/2011 5:10PM

    Here's to more delicious days ahead!!

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DEBRA0818 8/25/2011 1:23PM

    My favorite outdoor experience is to open the door to cool and refreshing air -- it is delicious! YUM!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 8/25/2011 9:58AM

    We are having one of those days, too. Just got back from my walk. It's so refreshing to be able to walk in the cool morning air/sunshine. Have a great day, Barb!

PS: thanks for the goodie!

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BARBAELLEN 8/25/2011 9:45AM

    We're always trying to do all kinds of things, and buy all kinds of things that make us feel good. Sometimes they work, sometimes not. Isn't it amazing the huge effect that a PERFECT day has on our overall feeling of well-being? Glad you're living out one of those days!

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CONCHA77 8/25/2011 8:47AM

    Spark on, Barb! Life is Good! Thanks for sharing.

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COMPUCATHY 8/25/2011 8:40AM

    You are so right! It IS a delicious morning...and a good night's sleep does help us to appreciate it! Have a good day! You are looking great! Keep up the good work! Thanks for your encouragement! Spark on! emoticon

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KALIGIRL 8/25/2011 8:37AM

    I SO agree - it is a fabulous day!

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_LINDA 8/25/2011 8:16AM

    What a fantastic start to your day! I had the exact same experience in the calm peaceful mornings I spent in my Mom's beautiful back yard, only it was drinking water for me, can't stand coffee, Mom was the one drinking it lol. We have had the best summer in a very, very long time and I was so happy to spend my recovery there. I was able to read for long hours every day outside from dawn to dusk!!
Have a Totally Terrific Thursday! Love your new background photo!

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MSLZZY 8/25/2011 8:03AM

    A very wonderful thought! Have a great and SParktacular day!

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Second childhood

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

On Saturday morning, I will be definitely centered in my second childhood. That is if I can ever be considered to have left the first.

I'm going to go play in the mud. A 5K "race" with a few unusual features.

Feature one: Two crossings of a creek.

Feature two: Over, under, or balance... on railroad ties that are over mud pit #1.

Feature three: Giant tires we have to go over while navigating through mud pit #2.

Feature four: "surprise" obstacles, smaller, that "may have you climbing, jumping, crawling, or wading".

Feature five: The main mud pit, which you must crawl through, under stretched bungee cords. There are bleachers by this one, allowing your friends and family to get a good chuckle at your expense.

And it ends as it starts, with running.

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BUTTERFLYAT38 8/27/2011 9:26AM

    what an adventure!! emoticon

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JACKIEPB 8/27/2011 1:14AM

    Good luck!!!

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PUDLECRAZY 8/26/2011 8:25AM

    THAT sounds like FUN!

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WATERMELLEN 8/26/2011 7:19AM

    Sounds playful!

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KASEYCOFF 8/25/2011 2:41PM

    I'm with 'SAM199' on this one - hope you can post lots of pix!!!
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KALIGIRL 8/25/2011 8:51AM

    You don't need it but here's luck!
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LEANJEAN6 8/25/2011 6:19AM

    Wow! You must get some pictus--Have fun! You are my hero! Lynda

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MSLZZY 8/24/2011 10:52PM

    Good luck! Sounds like fun and a great workout!

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SUNNY1432 8/24/2011 10:19PM

    That sounds like SO MUCH FUN!!
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_LINDA 8/24/2011 8:45PM

    I do hope someone is there for you with a camera, or even better, a camcorder!! Would love to see this!! It actually would be lots of fun from what I hear and saw from other blogs about these mud runs..ENJOY and KICK butt! I too, wish I was there to cheer you on!
Go, Barb, GO!!
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MNTWINSGAL 8/24/2011 8:25PM

    You are a brave soul, my friend....a brave soul.

Good luck and post pics if you get any!

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MOBYCARP 8/24/2011 8:14PM

    I wish I could be there to watch. Then again, if I were there you'd probably talk me into participating.
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LOVE_2_LAUGH 8/24/2011 8:08PM

    You know, I don't think I could EVER do something like that, but have to admit that it sounds kind of fun. Good luck with it Barb, I have no doubt that you'll have lots of good stories to tell about this.

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SAMI199 8/24/2011 8:03PM

    Wow-I hope there will be pictures-lol. You are amazing & I hope you enjoy every second!!!

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Fresh fruit

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

It's confession time, Barb! Many of my healthier friends are HUGE fans of fresh fruit. I'm afraid I'm not. I have had to *force* myself to try them. Peaches and pears are fruits that I have enjoyed the canned variety of since childhood. Even though I had gone from the "in heavy syrup" versions to "in natural fruit juice, no added sugar", until this week I had recoiled from fresh versions of these very good for you fruits.

I'm the same way with berries and grapes and cherries! I have had to force myself to purchase fresh strawberries and raspberries and I did manage to force myself to purchase fresh blueberries... once. Strawberries I have got used to, and they have become part of the regular rotation, especially in season.

I still haven't got around to the grapes. And I don't know if I will EVER do melons at home. But this is part of the transformation process.

WHY don't I trust fruit? I don't know. I've always been a huge veggie fan. Fruits I have often kept to the "safe" choices of bananas, apples, and oranges, and canned varieties of peaches and pears... grapes reduced to juice (even that was a step up).

But I'm working on it! And when the going gets tough, sometimes I just have to cut myself a break and say, "it is what it is". Meanwhile... this week: a fresh peach sliced into my steel cut oats, yesterday and this morning, constitutes my latest adventure into the world of fresh fruit.

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MEDDYPEDDY 8/24/2011 3:47PM

    I really love fruit of all kinds... for a time I had a breakfast where I put a dried fig in water overnight, then ixed it with 1 dl of frozen blueberries and a half banan, added some flax seed and poured it over a shredded apple... really healthy but created work and dirty dishes...Sometimes I wonder why I am fat considering that I really love both vegetables and fruit...

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KIKI0531 8/24/2011 10:28AM

    I have learned to "like" fruit and have eaten more fruit in the last 6 mths than I think my whole life !! I cannot eat any type of berry - I just do not enjoy them.

My mother always tried to get me to eat more fruit and it was eaten under protest ... lol. Because I knew that I was not a fruit lover, I always made sure from the time my first daughter was born - I made sure fruit was always in the house. Even though I didn't eat it - I always made sure she did. She is 14 now and LOVES fruit and so does my little one who is 3.

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BUGGYS 8/24/2011 7:05AM

    Growing up, my mom always made a fresh fruit salad every couple of days and we would munch on that and I came to love fruit of all kinds...still do. I also loves veggies and have tried some new ones along the way...roasted in the oven with a bit of olive oil...yummy! I've been eating a lot of berries now, because they are in season but have also read of their health benefits...keep trying with the fruits but as long as you are eating veggies too, I think you're doing great!!!

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MNTWINSGAL 8/23/2011 10:20PM

    Fruits are important, lots of vitamins...BUT...I think the veggies are even more important, so as long as your plate is full of good wholesome veggies, I'd say it's ok to skimp a little on the fruit. Lots of sugar, even in their natural state!

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DEBRITA01 8/23/2011 8:50PM

    I like veggies, but LOVE fruits...especially fresh peaches! Yum! Way to go for venturing out of your comfort zone. Like anything new, it takes time to acquire a taste for it and adjust to certain textures. I am still working on the taste, hate the texture. If I eat them with cereal or something I can swallow them...otherwise, yuck! Keep exploring, you'll find what works for you... emoticon

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_LINDA 8/23/2011 11:21AM

    I have always been a fresh fruit fan from day one, and not so much with the veggies, though now I get huge amounts of both. I can't imagine not eating melon, its great with cottage cheese. But I do use frozen blueberries as I can't stand to wash the little beggars :P. I love grapes, its a refreshing treat. Interestingly enough, I have never loved candy, even as a kid, so I didn't have a sweet tooth. I also rarely got colds (don't even remember when I had one its been so long), maybe because of all that Vit C I was pumping in.. If its because of a low carb thing -in spite of all I eat, I never go over my daily carb requirement as per Spark's Tracker.. People who don't eat fruit are short changing their nutrition.. I had my peach with Greek yogurt and a tablespoon of strawberry freezer jam, was to die for!!
I wish you luck with it.. Like anything, its an acquired taste. It will take time. And those pre packaged ones are so much quicker and less time consuming too, I understand that.. I have just started out trying new veggies like kohlrabi and jicama....I have always had broccoli, carrots and cauliflower and that was getting really old..
Here is to new adventures in food..

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 8/23/2011 11:12AM

    Good for you for trying the things outside your comfort zone. I'm the same way but in reverse. I detest the veggies and rarely eat them. I'm a bit better with the fruits. I'm 56 years old and about two months ago managed to try some fresh blueberries. They are now one of my favorites. And to think I've missed out on them all these years. Being a creature of habit, I tend to eat the same fruits over and over again. Because they're safe -- because I know I like them. But I'm with you when it comes to melons of any kind. I just can't stomach them. They make me gag. Blech! :~)

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DEBRA0818 8/23/2011 9:41AM

    I've never been a big fan of fruit either and now it's off the menu permanently except as a special treat (fructose being a big fat producer in my body), but I'm glad you're getting used to fresh fruit when you have it. The seasonal fruits can sometimes be startling in how good they are -- one pundit calls them "nature's candy bars," although I don't think he meant it as a compliment!

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HOT4FITNESS 8/23/2011 9:26AM

    Don't sweat it!!I too had to acquire a taste for the fresh fruit. Now i really enjoy it. Unfortunatly I still have an addiction to cake, so now I have to find away to substitute the fruit for the cake. Keep up the good work.

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ELSEEBEE 8/23/2011 9:21AM

    Could we trade some taste buds? While I like vegetables, I am a fruit addict (I know, it's connected to my sugar addiction). So I'm trying to eat more veggies and leave some of the fruit alone. But I've read some things about research into these preferences and they are definitely based in science, not just prejudice. Enjoy your peaches, Barb, and I'll try once again to get excited about spaghetti squash, zucchini....

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KALIGIRL 8/23/2011 8:36AM

    emoticon You must not have a sweet tooth.
You need to purchase RIPE fruit - otherwise I agree.
Some say the only good thing about fruit is the fiber (because of the sugar), so you are among good company!

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CHELLYNEAGLE213 8/23/2011 8:29AM

  Fruit is great for you...keep up the good work!

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CONCHA77 8/23/2011 8:25AM

    I was the same way until the past couple of years. Now I love berries, bananas, etc. (no melons though) and love making fresh smoothies with yogurt and add berries to cereals, salads, etc .
Peaches sound really good right now! Yum! And they're in season right now, I believe?

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CAM2438 8/23/2011 8:21AM

    I think you will learn to love fruit once you start eating it. Think of how good it is for you.

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