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Rubbing good days together - igniting the Spark

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Something my athletic son mentioned to me is that the thing he most wished he would have known sooner was... ta-da: How to come back from an injury!

What a great analogy for recovery from lapses of any sort! Recovery isn't always physically training one's way back from a fall or a twist or a sprain (or even a break or a surgery). What about those slips from a nutrition plan? A week or a month of being a couch potato?

Maintenance recovery is like recovering from a sports injury. You've done great. You were in your stride, at the top of your game. And you took this detour. How do you get back to where you were (on the field, we hope)?

It depends on the nature of the detour. It takes less time to recover from some injuries (or lapses) than others. I begin by assessing just how much damage has been done. Facing the music: hop on the scale, pull out that measuring tape... whatever measure you use (your GPS)... to find out where you are TODAY.

Once that's known, you don't always go right back to the hard-charging athlete you were all at once. The first day back in training, you test out your body... see how it goes. And you push yourself, just a little farther than you're comfy with... not too far too fast!

So it is for me, recovering from this Holiday season. For me, the season is over... I don't do New Year's Eve or New Year's Day parties, so as of last Monday, MOST of the really over the top "detour opportunities" are out of the house. (I'm still debating over the really good egg nog, which I might allow myself as a coffee creamer for New Year's.)

I had a half-good day on Sunday. I had two good days Monday and Tuesday... and here we are mid-week. "Rubbing two good days together"... like a good Girl Scout. Let's re-start this fire! emoticon

  
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LJCANNON 12/30/2010 9:27PM

    Very Good Analogy!! All it takes is a small Spark to get the Fire going again. I think you have lit that Spark for many of us!!

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CHRISTURTLE 12/29/2010 3:23PM

    Just what I needed, since I'm determined this is going to be Day 2 of my good days. Going to rub today and yesterday together and ignite that Spark once more. Thank you!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/29/2010 11:14AM

    May I join you at the SP bonfire? We don't celebrate New Year's Eve/Day, either, and now that I had DH remove all the temptations, I'm good to go. Today is day one of my recovery back to losing weight and getting healthy. After tomorrow I can start rubbing them together to start my own flame again. But for today, may I join you? Have a great day, Barb!



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ANDI571 12/29/2010 9:39AM

    I am recovering right along with you as I sit here with a bloated tummy. My bodies way of saying light that fire. Thanks for such an encouraging blog.

I am hoping to see the lights of "home" very soon.

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/29/2010 9:23AM

    Thanks for reving me up for a new year, a new decade, a... well, not a new me, but a more fit and hopefully improved version. emoticon

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KASEYCOFF 12/29/2010 9:08AM

    Great image about rubbing two good days together - and of course the spark that's been generated will grow into a streak, won't it, lol... Love that idea of 'preemptive recovery.' I will be drawing on that concept, fer sher. Thanx once again, Barb - I love the way your mind works! emoticon

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REJ7777 12/29/2010 9:07AM

    I agree. Let's restart this fire! emoticon

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BUGGYS 12/29/2010 8:42AM

    I am like Deb...I started out great these past couple of days but ended up with chocolate all over my face!LOL Today I go back to WW and back to recovery and committment! emoticon

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DEBRITA01 12/29/2010 8:38AM

    emoticon Just what I needed to read this morning. The holiday was a detour for me and I'm having some trouble getting back on track. I like your idea of rubbing a few good days together...right now, I will have to settle for a few half days. I start out good but then by the end of the day I slip up. I know I will get there...I'm still working on purging my environment of treats. I wish my workplace would do the same.



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FITAT50 12/29/2010 8:17AM

    Small steps lead to big gains, errr...losses.So far I have lost during the Holiday season. I still have New Year's Eve dinner and we are celebrating Christmas with my family on Sunday. Now i just need to get back to exercising, I've been sick, I'm hoping to be back 100% next week.

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MSLZZY 12/29/2010 8:11AM

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CLWALDRO 12/29/2010 8:05AM

    Great advice for all of us

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Starting to THINK about resolutions... or rather... GOALS for 2011.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

So far it's just a pondering in the heart... and it's been going on for a while. In fact, since the last set of goals I put out and the slogging of training. Because I think maintenance goals have to have some element of "fun" in them.

What fun is a goal that says "stay put"?

Seriously, I do have a goal that says exactly that: "stay in my home weight range". But the fun is in the HOW one goes about it!

I think I'll keep the progress tests I talked about in November (the Army physical fitness test against the requirements for a 58 year old female) but pitch the specific goal in terms of Passing or Maxing them: I need to take the pressure off to keep the "fun" in. This I know about myself. Giving myself permission to fail somehow, perverse as it may seem, keeps me more motivated to work at it!

And I need my list of "active fun things to do in 2011":

1. Leftover from 2010 because I DIDN'T get it done - ride a horse. It's been 30 years. I need to go on a trail ride! (Why is there no horseback emoticon, SP?)

2. Use those ice skates at least once! I did in 2010, and it was a blast. emoticon

3. Ride the bike this year! Get it tuned up and take it for some spins come Spring and Summer! Explore at least one new bike trail. emoticon

4. Run a 5K in decent weather. emoticon

That sounds disturbingly like a plan...

  
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46SHADOW 12/28/2010 7:54PM

    Love your goals!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/28/2010 10:33AM

    It certainly does sound like a plan, and a pretty good one at that. I like what you said about giving yourself permission to fail and how it motivates you to keep going. There's nothing perverse about it -- it hink it might be more genious. As one who puts way too much pressure on myself to do certain things (restricting food and strenuous exercise), perhaps I need to explore your tactics a little bit.

I like your goals and the one about riding a bike? I've been thinking for a few months now that I'd like to get a bike again. I'm not one to go out on trails -- though that might be fun if I could get DH to join me -- but I'd like to have one just to ride through the neighborhoods in town. Just a way to spend some time outside, get some fresh air and enjoy my surroundings. I think I'm going to have to start looking for a good used bike (one with a tractor seat!) . . . .

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MSLZZY 12/28/2010 9:55AM

    I'm going to put my thinking cap on and see if I can come up
with a few "goals" for 2011. Wish me luck!
I think your goals sound great! HUGS!

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REJ7777 12/28/2010 9:17AM

    emoticon Those sound like fun goals. There's a reason we want to be as healthy and fit and strong as possible, it's so that we can actually *DO* the things we want to do. Enjoy yourself!

I had tried bike riding again a couple years ago, but found it hard to balance the bike. I think my obesity had something to do with it. Plus I think the bike was too big for me. I might try it again, but this time, I'd make sure it's the right size bike. Most of all, I like to hike, and my "fun" goals will mostly have to do with challenges in that area.

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SHARON2014 12/28/2010 9:12AM

    Great~ emoticon

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KASEYCOFF 12/28/2010 9:02AM

    Oh, I am a great believer in resolutions - goals, mileposts, stepping-stones, call 'em what you will - for New Year's! It's that whole starting-fresh thing, with an element of anticipation and excitement. And just like with so many things, the destination might not be as important as the journey. Sounds like a plan, yes, but failing to plan is planning to fail - pithy little truism, thinks me. :-D

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DEBRITA01 12/28/2010 8:58AM

    Like your goals/"resolutions" for 2011...also like the idea of keeping it fun. Adding some fun ensures greater success in achieving them. Good luck...and have fun! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JUST_TRI_IT 12/28/2010 8:51AM

    This is such a cool list of goals.. A plan to have fun! LOVE IT! ou may have started something here :) emoticon

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BUGGYS 12/28/2010 8:21AM

    It's always good to have a plan and your sounds like fun...I used to ride all the time when I was younger and I found a stable near our cottage up north this summer and I was able to ride several times and it was free...they needed someone to exercise the horses so it was a plus-plus for everyone...I am going to do it next summer as well!

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Reflections on my soda-free year

Monday, December 27, 2010

I didn't start a year ago. I started nearly three years ago. It started with a nutrition coach... I was doing pretty good with diet and exercise at the time, but I was consuming five or six cans of diet soda a day. Well, I set it as goal to reduce that number.

What I found was that when I did... I ate more! Ouch. And in fact, that was kind of the beginning of some back-sliding... combined with an injury to my left foot (sounds like a movie title)... I stopped exercising and started eating more. But I did manage to cut down from five or six to three sodas a day.

Then we went through the whole parathyroid mess... the panic over my weakening bones, not absorbing calcium, and all that rot. It was apparent that for me to continue drinking diet sodas even at three a day was not good for me. I had started eating well and exercising again in 2009, had the surgery that autumn, and decided to cut back to "at most ONE" diet soda a day, post-surgery.

I had that one soda at work, on my morning break. It was my special treat to myself. Then I found I didn't drink soda at home on the weekends. I tried skipping it a few days at work... and then, it was Christmas. I had my one can at Christmas dinner (which was delayed until December 27th by a rather significant amount of snow last year). That was my last. It was a Cherry Coke Zero, in case anyone cares.

And then... I started a streak. I had no clue it would last a whole year. There were temptations along the way: I thought the hot weather of the Summer might be a temptation, and it was. I contemplated letting myself have a can at the 4th of July celebration, but God intervened (my sister didn't acquire any). And the longer I went without, the less I desired it.

One thing I did learn: I most crave soda when I'm mis-behaving with food in other ways! And while I did have many slips in terms of overeating, I did not let myself cross the line into soda drinking... I let myself feel how bloated overeating made me feel. I really think I got some cross-over benefit from this!

So... if you're thinking about reducing your soda intake as one of your small (or large) steps, I stand here a year later saying: "I'm so glad I did this... and I don't think I'm going back."

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WILMASOTO 12/28/2010 6:11PM

    Well I have tried but then went back to drinking them!! That will be one of my new goals for this year!! If I can't stop completely I will be cutting down like you did until I just don;t crave it!! Congratulations for doing so well!!

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BUGGYS 12/28/2010 10:54AM

    I love Diet Coke but usually only had one a day and then I read an article about all those chemicals and I have pretty much stopped drinking it...I have maybe one every couple of weeks but I am going to try to stop completely in 2011. You have done such an amazing job on your healthy journey...I admire you , Barb! emoticon

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REJ7777 12/28/2010 6:55AM

    emoticon Think of all those chemicals you have NOT put into your body this year! emoticon

I find that soda is addictive. If I have some a couple times, I tend to start craving it. So I've basically cut it out completely. I drink water, green tea, and coffee. Well, nobody's perfect! emoticon

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KASEYCOFF 12/28/2010 4:28AM

    And now, any time you set a goal but start to doubt yourself, wondering 'Can I do this? Can I accomplish this goal?' all you need do is look back at this success - a year, a whole year! - and know with firm resolution 'YES! Yes, I CAN do this--!' 'cause you can, kiddo, you surely can. emoticon

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MSLZZY 12/27/2010 10:02PM

    I drink about one can a week, never at home and only when we socialize with friends. You did extremely well and should be proud of yourself! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/27/2010 10:01PM

    I admire you for that, too! I've quit drinking soda regularly, too, thanks to SP, and have had less than six in a year, I'm sure! Doesn't water just taste BETTER?! emoticon emoticon

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55TUCKER 12/27/2010 9:12PM

    A whole year....that's terrific! Keep up the great work. Love how your story unfolded and all you learned in the process.

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SLENDERELLA61 12/27/2010 9:02PM

    A great accomplishment! I admire you.

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46SHADOW 12/27/2010 9:01PM

    great story! I like how little steps helped you reach your goal.

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MOMOF2TONI 12/27/2010 8:44PM

    I'm afraid diet sodas are a big weakness for me. I usually drink 3 cans a day. I know it isn't good for me, but I truly love the Diet Pepsi Wild Cherry. lol.... Congrats on being able to stop the addiction!!
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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/27/2010 8:04PM

    Congrats! I too, was drinking a lot of diet soda. I haven't totally stopped, but almost ( 3 sodas in 3 months). Prefer the water now. emoticon

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MNTWINSGAL 12/27/2010 7:52PM

    Good for you, Barb! I used to be a diet-cokeaholic...seems like I always had a can going. Then a couple of years ago after a bout with kidney stones I decided something must be done. I went from 4-6 cans per day to maybe 1-2 per week. Sometimes none at all. And like you, I don't really miss it.

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DEBRITA01 12/27/2010 7:50PM

    emoticon job in reaching a year long, soda-free streak! I don't drink diet soda much but sometimes I get a thirst for it. After a few sips, I really don't want it. Most times I crave soda with foods like pizza (no beer for me)...so, if I limit my pizza, I can limit my soda...lol

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SAMI199 12/27/2010 7:26PM

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/27/2010 7:19PM

    I find this very interesting. I don't think I drink a lot of diet soda, but I do drink it. I've come to the point where I don't allow myself soda before I get my 8 glasses of water in each day, and that helps. Usually it's late afternoon or early evening. Sometimes I start a bottle of soda (and sometimes it lasts 3-4 days), and sometimes I don't. I have to admit that I wouldn't miss putting all of those chemicals and artificial sweeteners in my body. I must think about this, I think.

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As good as it gets? Nope, better.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Remember the movie of that title? The question at the root: "what if this is as good as it gets?"

I started pondering that this morning. I received a Spark e-mail pointing me to this article: 5 Secrets of the 5% www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellnes
s_articles.asp?id=423


Being me, I started pondering was whether I can count myself among that 5%: "people who have lost weight and actually kept it off for the long-term" Maintenance, long-term, is the holy grail of weight loss. I've certainly lost weight, and at TIMES I've kept it off for a very long time. But I've struggled with periods of years of back-sliding that makes me concerned that I will fall into the abyss again, at any given moment.

This morning, the movie title and memory came back to me: What if this, for me, IS as good as it gets? Shortening the cycle from a regain to re-motivation. A comforting answer that came back: this really IS maintenance. Living with the past, learning from it, and moving on.

Maintenance is listening to our bodies, accepting that yes, we may have done some things in our celebration times (or emotional times) that put a couple of pounds back on... but NOT giving in to despair when we do. Maintenance is climbing back up on the wagon right away, not waiting and wallowing in self-pity or self-condemnation. Maintenance is recognizing what's going on chemically in our brains and bodies, and resisting the call to toss in the towel and continue indulging. Maintenance is forgiving ourselves, accepting ourselves, respecting ourselves.

If this is "as good as it gets"? It's good enough for me! 5% be hanged... when it's YOUR life, it's 100%

Here's to a terrific end of 2010, a fresh, hopeful start to 2011, and a healthy REST OF OUR LIVES! emoticon emoticon

  
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MSLZZY 12/27/2010 10:03PM

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/27/2010 12:58PM

    Great points to ponder. And I think you're right -- even shortening the length of time it takes to get from gaining the weight back to getting back on track is progress. And those fluctuations, if not too great, are normal. So yes, you are maintaining. That's one thing that I have not been able to accomplish. I'm either gaining or losing. No staying. But your blog gives me hope, cuz all it boils down to is state of mind. How we look at things.

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LJCANNON 12/27/2010 11:11AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticonThanks for a very good Perspective on Maintenance.

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ANDI571 12/27/2010 10:49AM

    Maintenance is listening to our bodies. I like that statement, and it is so true. When I lost years ago, that is exactly what I did, and I kept the weight off until I quit listening. Our bodies are pretty smart if we will just listen to it.

Your blog is words to live by.

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KASEYCOFF 12/27/2010 5:20AM

    I love your assessment of 'maintenance.' It's hard not to see it as something flexible, something fluid: it's as if it's a finishline in itself, as if once we've arrived, whew, glad THAT's over, now to get on with real living... only to find, like everything else in life that's worthwhile, it still takes work, still takes effort. Great definition, Barb - this is definitely a blog I will keep and check periodically, even before I reach 'maintenance stage,' lol.

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SUNNY332 12/26/2010 5:39PM

    Awesome resolve. emoticon a toast to all of us as we enter 2011.

Hugs, Sunny

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BUGGYS 12/26/2010 3:34PM

    It's 100% all the way. I am going back to WW on Wednesday and I'm going to reach goal...I am going to do the program 100% this time and I am going to keep it off as well. I amso sick of the ups and downs and never finishing what I've started and my health depends on it!

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SUNNY1432 12/26/2010 12:42PM

    emoticon blog!! It should be about enjoying life, the up and downs, 100% not just hoping to be part of the 5%.
emoticon Have a great day!!

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/26/2010 10:00AM

    Great thoughts especially since when I weighed in this morning I had my first gain (even if it is only .6 of a lb) since joining Spark people in Oct. I'm thankful it wasn't a lot more as I celebrate anniversary, Christmas and birthday all in one week! It's scary to think of sliding back. Because I know how prone I am to that, having some self distrust keeps me looking outside myself for strength I need to persevere. Thanks to you and other Spark friends for being a main resource I draw from.

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46SHADOW 12/26/2010 9:38AM

    you are doing so wonderfully! It gives me hope that maintenance is doable with the right tools.

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REJ7777 12/26/2010 9:25AM

    Before SP, I thought I could "go on a diet" and get rid of the weight so that I could get off my diet as soon as possible. Now, I realize this is for life. And you're right, it is as good as it gets. And sometimes it's tough. As they say, "If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you always gotten." Here's to a healthy, fit "rest of our lives"! emoticon

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SLENDERELLA61 12/26/2010 8:21AM

    "5% be hanged... when it's YOUR life, it's 100%" -- so profound! so right! We can do this!! Thank you so much for a great blog. I'm voting for it.

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/26/2010 8:14AM

    I got that email, too, and read it about 10 minutes ago! I was thinking the same kind of thing! What??? 5%??? Not for ME! And then, your blog put it so perfectly! Thank you for a great blog this morning, and let's enjoy being 100%ers!!!

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SHARON2014 12/26/2010 8:05AM

    Great thoughts for a cold Sunday morning. Thanks! and... let's countdown to 2011!! emoticon

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Christmas eve - my way?

Saturday, December 25, 2010

After my determination yesterday:
"I am NOT my older sister. I am NOT my parents. I am me. If I'm going to do this at all, I have to do it my own way."

And this great advice from LindaKay228 caused a little attitude adjustment:
"Whatever you decide, you can choose whether it's because you are "forced" into it by that desire to please or whether you decide it's something you enjoy regardless of the reason it started."

And the support of all my Spark friends... I sucked it up, mopped the floor and did Christmas eve in the most informal way you can imagine.

I should warn you... my family is a little crazy, and a little bright, and at times, quite amusing! We love ourselves (as a group) quite loudly. As talk proceeds through the evening, the volume rises as each one has to jump into the conversation a level above the last. Not conflict, mind you... all exuberance. (Oh, by the way, did I mention these gathers are completely alcohol-free... this exuberance is pure being together stuff.)

We closed the evening, after the meal the coffee, the Christmas story, the little gifts and some great conversation in love and honesty... with a trip down nostalgia lane for the grown-ups and amusement avenue for the kids: we danced to Sweating to the Oldies and laughed a lot as the young men in the room first dropped to the back and then absented themselves from the room while the sisters and I rocked out. My brother in law walked on the treadmill and offered commentary.

I sent them off to be careful on the icy streets around 9... in time to "do church", but then opted out of driving on ice to do so, myself. It was a good Christmas eve.

Here's hoping you all have your holiday... YOUR WAY! emoticon emoticon

  
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SAMI199 12/27/2010 7:39PM

    I am glad it all went so well-Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!!!

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SUNNY1432 12/25/2010 10:43PM

    Sounds like a great time filled with family and fun, Sweating to the Oldies, might have to try out that tradition. emoticon
I Hope you had a Wonderful Christmas Day!! emoticon

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SHARON2014 12/25/2010 10:19AM

    We had a different night...my nephews, once so eager to open gifts...at age 15 they now wanted to "stretch it out"...so one invented a new twist: each person had to look at the wrapped gift and make up a story about the wrapping paper....one was a bag with Father Christmas, or paper with poinsettias, or a snowpeople family ... etc. It was pretty lame, but pretty funny! Being together with family (and the furbabies), reading the scripture, eating the traditional meal and laughing...and in Michigan, a mild night with no additional snow and dry roads!!

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CONCHA77 12/25/2010 9:05AM

    Sounds like a Great Christmas Party Tradition. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Merry Christmas.

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REJ7777 12/25/2010 8:42AM

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As I read: "If I'm going to do this at all, I have to do it my own way.", I couldn't help but think about how that applies to our health and fitness goals in general. We have to find our own way there too, if it's going to work. What motivates you may not motivate me. The food and physical activities I choose are probably not the same as yours. I have to do this in my own way!

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SUNNY332 12/25/2010 8:27AM

    What a great evening you all had. We did not get out on the ice either so missed Christmas Eve Services at church. Joshua made a great Mexican Casserole and we listened to Carols while we ate and then watched "It's a Wonderful Life". Today the rest of the family arrives so will be "humming" around here by this evening. I have a 21# Turkey to get in the oven so talk later and do have a very Blessed Day.

Sunny

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 12/25/2010 8:25AM

    That sounded like a really wonderful time! And you got some exercise in, to boot! emoticon emoticon

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WISEONE68 12/25/2010 8:20AM

    Sounds kinda similar to our family celebrations---the loud part, the non-alcohol part, the "loving each other" part. I am so glad you all had a GREAT Christmas celebration...family sure can remind you of who you used to be and who you ARE now!! Both are important to know!!!

Blessings, Friend!!

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CAREN_BLUEJEANS 12/25/2010 6:41AM

    emoticon WTG on the new family traditions! Peace & Love!
Caren

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