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Pictures from the Watermelon 5K #3

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Well, I wasn't exactly smiling, but I think I look pretty good for just having run a 5K in 82 degrees and sunny with 96% humidity. My chip time was 28:15.79, a pace of 9:11:



Here's my nephew Martin, #2862, at the finish. He told me he started near the back and his chip time was 36:03:



Here's my 77 year old friend, Fritz, number 2276 :



These were not the official photos, but some posted on FaceBook. This photographer must have missed my niece, Allyson. At least I haven't found her yet.

Here's a shot of Lake Hollingsworth shortly before the race:



Here's Race Day Registration:




This is the finish area before anyone finished:



This is a volunteer setting up the finish area:



Lining up for the race:



One of my favorite pictures, Erin, who finished in 24 minutes (WooHoo). (This is right by the tennis courts, about mile 2.9. We cross that point at mile .2 as well.) This sweet, smart, and athletic girl gets better every race:

  
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    What a lovely place for a race! And your time was great even with the heat and humidity! Way to go!

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TRAVELGRRL 7/27/2014 7:58PM

    Way to go! So much fun and a celebration of your hard work!!

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    emoticon emoticon Great time under those weather conditions!

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    Killer pictures. You are amazing. So much faster than me my friend. Great job!!!
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MEXGAL1 7/27/2014 12:07PM

    I think you look awesome. I don't know how you do it in that heat...that would take me down for the count. But I guess you get used to it after awhile. I love the photos. Thanks so much for sharing.
Have a terrific Sunday
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GABY1948 7/27/2014 11:09AM

    I LOVE when you have a lot of pics! All look good and especially you ALWAYS look good!

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WATERMELLEN 7/27/2014 9:52AM

    Very nice! You live in a terrific part of the world! And you're healthy and happy and enjoying it!!

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_LINDA 7/27/2014 9:18AM

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You look incredible, like you could go another 5 km!! Such great, proud posture you have!
Looks like a gorgeous place to run! But oh my, the humidity is brutal!
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NATPLUMMER 7/27/2014 9:16AM

    Yay!

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HARROWJET 7/27/2014 9:07AM

    Thanks for posting pictures. I enjoy seeing them.

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HOLLYM48 7/27/2014 8:44AM

    You amaze me! Way to go!

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LEANJEAN6 7/27/2014 8:12AM

    I love the pictures!--It looks like a fun time!--Good for you!-Lynda

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TERI-RIFIC 7/27/2014 6:50AM

    Great pictures. It seems like you live in a great community conducive to living a healthy lifestyle. You look wunderbar!

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ONEKIDSMOM 7/27/2014 6:18AM

    Lovely inspiration for the start of my day! Thanks for sharing... a beautiful venue, if hot & sweaty!

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    Woohoo!

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Watermelon #3 of 4, 5K Race Report

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Here's the results to date of the 3 Watermelon Sunrise 5Ks for my age group:


**** FEMALE AGE GROUP: 65 - 69 ****

Name Age Series Series#1 Series#2 Series#3 Series#4
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Arlene 65 1:23:58.88 28:21.36 27:57.03 27:40.49
Marsha 65 1:27:37.92 29:46.03 29:21.33 28:30.56
Nancy 65 1:34:22.83 31:20.88 31:08.18 31:53.77
Jeanne 65 1:54:51.21 38:47.67 40:45.37 35:18.17
Sue 67 2:14:27.74 46:20.95 44:08.08 43:58.71
Arethea 66 2:21:31.50 47:09.44 46:56.92 47:25.14
Danielle 69 2:50:16.95 56:59.18 53:07.96 :00:09.81

I'm still in second place, 3 minutes and 39 seconds behind first place, but 6 minutes and 45 seconds ahead of 3rd place. I've gotten faster each race, but so has my competition. A finishing gun time of 28:30:56 today!

It is just great to be a half-fast old lady. I love it!! Well, yes, at about mile 2 my self talk was that I was never going to do this again, but I didn't mean it. I did end up in an upright position, although this time I forgot to smile at the end. I wasn't puking and there were a lot of people who were -- more than the previous 2 races. Did I end wanting to do it again? Yep.

Last night I was disgusted to see I have a new corn on my left second toe, right below the one I took off earlier this year. Decided not to bandage it and that was a good decision. I got to the race venue about 5:50am, but was disappointed that there was no parking in the main area even at that time for a 7am race. I parked at the golf course and walk/jogged the .4 mile with my good buddy Fritz. The main reason I wanted to park close was to get some pre-race pictures and then leave my camera where I could get it right after the race so I could shoot some pix of my niece and nephew. Wasn't to be. Oh, well.

I used the extra time to do more warm up than I usually do. My back felt better, although I was dripping with sweat even before the race. My toe wasn't bothering me. I felt like I was good to go.

I lined up near the 8 minute per mile marker, knowing that I wouldn't be quite that fast, but knowing that since gun time is what counts for awards, every step closer to the start is a help. I started in the bike lane of the road, all the way to the right in order to run the shortest distance. I did not hear the air gun sound at all, but when everyone around me started running, I did, too. Some people cut to the path before they were suppose to, but I was concerned about getting disqualified, and waited until after I'd passed to the left of the finish chute that I'd be going through in less than 28 minutes) to cut over to the asphalt path.

All these summer races are hot and humid. Not sure what the actual was, but last night it was predicted to be 76 degrees, feels like 81, with 96% humidity. Cloud cover was predicted at 27%, but I don't think that materialized. I did not sunscreen today and especially after the race, wish I had.

I warmed up to old Beach Boys music, but ran with my 120-134 beats per minute more up to date music that I downloaded from Fitness Magazine. I'm doing good with my smart phone - I can call and text, receive calls and texts, FaceBook and SparkPeople, access the WWW, but I have not yet figured out how to download and playback music. I intend to learn, though. The outfit I had on today had a perfect pocket in the shirt for my MP3 player and the shorts had a great key pocket, but neither was big enough for my smart phone anyway. My daughter has ordered me and arm band, so when I get that I'll have more learning to do.

The scenery where we ran at Lake Hollingsworth is always beautiful and adds to the joy of the run. I didn't notice the birds as much as I do on a slower run, but the sky was just gorgeous over the water. I'm sure other people did get some pictures that I will post when I can. (Edit: only a couple on FB to share below.)

Volunteers passing out the race numbers the night before:



Watermelons being trucked in for the event:



Hey, I know these people and I finished faster than they did!



Thanks so much to everyone who has been rooting me on. Second place may not be the ultimate, but you know, it's pretty good. Yep, I love being a half-fast old lady!! (Now don't say that too fast, you know?)



  
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JUNEPA 7/28/2014 5:09PM

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BURGUNDYBABE 7/27/2014 3:44PM

    So awesome! Way to go!

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    So awesome! Way to go!

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You did fantastic Marsha!! Such a good improvement time time and lead over 3rd place! You can be proud!! A faster than most older lady!

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FROSTY99 7/26/2014 9:09PM

    emoticon I am not a runner and do not think I would ever become one, I am a walker but I do think it is absolutely fabulous how much you enjoy running. Keep going lady. It will keep you young!

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FRAN0426 7/26/2014 6:04PM

    Second best is still a whole lot better than all those that finished after you. Congrats on a race well done and no puking.

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HARROWJET 7/26/2014 4:10PM

    I think second is pretty darn good emoticon and you were faster than your previous time. That's great! I enjoy hearing about your races. It is really encouraging to hear about females in our age category who are still emoticon



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ONEKIDSMOM 7/26/2014 4:07PM

    And being half-fast, you can't be THAT old, huh? Well done, once again! emoticon

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HOLLYM48 7/26/2014 3:10PM

    Way to go! That is one awesome run time! I think you are doing absolutely terrific!

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SANDICANE 7/26/2014 1:40PM

    Nice showing! All your determination and training paid off!!!

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WOW! What a Great Team!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Thanks Jeff Galloway Training for Any Length Race Team. I had 9 positive messages from teammates about my Watermelon Sunrise 5K #3 coming up Saturday morning. It is great to know so many people are rooting for me!!

My training has been going well. Monday eve I ran nine 400s, the fastest one at 2:04 and most of them just a couple seconds slower, just as my training program prescribes. Last eve was a scheduled easy run. I went 4 miles, with the fastest mile at 10:03.

So, more or less, I feel ready. Hope to retain (or better) my second place in my age group standing. The final race of this series will be on August 23rd. The last time I was doing good in this series, I was really disappointed when I got sick and couldn't run. But I have a really good feeling about this competition this year, especially with all the support. Thanks again, Team!

  
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BURGUNDYBABE 7/25/2014 1:22PM

    Way to go! You are totally ready! Good Luck!

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MEXGAL1 7/25/2014 12:26PM

    I think you are totally ready!!! You got this Marsha.
So nice to have such a good group cheering you on as well.
We at Sparks are cheering loud for you too!
Have a great day.
Sallie

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GABY1948 7/25/2014 5:54AM

    emoticon I KNOW you will do GREAT, Marsha!

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FRAN0426 7/24/2014 11:35PM

    Marsha all the best for your race this Saturday. You are an inspiration to many, with all the training and races you participate in.

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AQUAGIRL08 7/24/2014 9:05PM

    Good luck on your Watermelon Race on Saturday! emoticon emoticon

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B-NANA 7/24/2014 9:04PM

    Wishing you cool runnings.

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HOLLYM48 7/24/2014 8:17PM

    Wow, You are doing so AWESOME! I really admire all of your running! Way to go and have a great time during your race. Do your best and you will not be disappointed I am sure!

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_LINDA 7/24/2014 8:16PM

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That is fantastic! Always great to have support like that!
You are going to rock this race, you are ready and raring to go!!

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WATERMELLEN 7/24/2014 8:15PM

    Yay Marsha!! I'm sure that you give as much support (or more) than you receive!!

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HARROWJET 7/24/2014 8:09PM

    Support from friends and teammates really does help. emoticon Good luck!

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FROSTY99 7/24/2014 7:52PM

    emoticon emoticon here comes Marsha-she her run!

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Scale Again ($#%%&) and Running Again : )

Monday, July 21, 2014

MAINTENANCE - Changing attitude about the scale:
I am up one pound from yesterday. Still solidly in my goal weight range. I ate excellently yesterday. It is a fluctuation. It is okay. Everybody knows this; even me. But I still have to remind myself. I am committed to using the scale regularly as a tool and to benefit from the feedback it gives me. I am changing my attitude. Changing attitude takes some work. I'll get there.

Part of me thinks it is absolutely ridiculous to be having this inner dialog, and even sillier putting it out there. Isn't it obvious how I should think? But I suspect there are people besides me struggling with this simple truth: weight fluctuates. The scale gives you incomplete data, sometimes confusing, especially in the short run. In the long run, the trends scales measure are extremely valuable as a weight management tool.

RUNNING
Going to run the high school track this evening with a group of fast runners and a knowledgeable volunteer coach. I'm expecting one or more of my Saturday Galloway runners to join me, so there will be at least one other person running about my pace. If there is lightning or the speed intervals total less than 2.25 miles, I'll go to the Y to complete the workout.

Wishing everyone a happy, healthy day!!

  
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_LINDA 7/21/2014 11:51PM

    Just remind yourself. The scale is a tool. Its just another method of tracking over time to ensure there is no noticeable upward trend in weight. Consider it just an early warning tool. It will alert you to anything needing attention, but it isn't accurate because our bodies aren't accurate and fluctuate at all times of the day. The scale has no power over me as it will behave over time if I am behaving over time. Its just one of many tools to measure how well you are doing.
I hope your running works out the way you want it to!

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FROSTY99 7/21/2014 10:13PM

    Ah, it is still consuming you isn't it. You need to make friends with Mr. Scale and tell him to be friendly!!

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SANDICANE 7/21/2014 9:56PM

    I had to have a change in "scaling" at my house too. I used to get on every day, but found I was getting soooooooooooooooooooooooo anxious that I made the decision to only get on once a week. Of course, any change is hard...so that's hard too.

Onward we go doing what works for us as we fine-tune what works for us!!!

Cheers

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MEXGAL1 7/21/2014 9:46PM

    Gee, I could have written this. I too am struggling a bit with my mind and the scale. I keep telling myself that I am only using it as a tool to keep myself in check. Especially now that I am feeling healthy and my appetite is huge! I am still eating a clean diet but I could eat all day. The good news is that I crave good food.
We can do this. Let's not let the almighty scale rule us!
Sallie

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AQUAGIRL08 7/21/2014 8:02PM

    I have a similar inner dialogue so of course I don't think yours is ridiculous! I am impressed by how self aware you are too. I know that you will continue to be successful!

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GABY1948 7/21/2014 7:13PM

    I am right there with you, Marsha! I don't believe on this earth I will EVER be friends with any scale....but that's okay I guess....I just won't pal around with it very often!

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MYTURNNOW2013 7/21/2014 1:48PM

    In her book Friends with the Scale, Linda Spangle recommends looking at the five day average or ten day average of your weight if you are a daily weigher. This might be helpful to you if you have excel, or if not I guess you would just add the last ten days together and then divide by ten to get your average.

I have similar scale anxiety sometimes, and then have to look and see that I have been on plan, it's just my body reacting to the universe at large.

WOO HOO on the running!

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MSLZZY 7/21/2014 10:08AM

    Happy running and keep a positive attitude!

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LAFEMMEDELALUNE 7/21/2014 9:48AM

    Thanks for this blog.
I think one harmful sentence that people sometimes cling to is, "The scale doesn't lie." It actually does lie. Well, it sometimes gives is information about things we have no information about or control over, anyway. Call it "misleading". :P
I, too, go by the long term numbers rather than week-to-week. It is really other people's comments/opinions that creep into my mind when I start worrying about short term ups and downs on the scale.
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ONEKIDSMOM 7/21/2014 9:28AM

    I find even when I am TRYING to gain, seeing a gain can be disconcerting... so many years we desired LOSING! But it is just ONE positional indicator, and trends are more telling than a single reading. We know this, but it takes time to get to the "it's OK" being automatic.

Attitudes may change slowly, but they *do* change!

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GLORIAMAJDI 7/21/2014 9:24AM

    I like to weigh in. I am so curious about the fluctuations which I usually expect and recognize. Sometimes I recognize them for what they are. Sometimes I feel panicky because I just don't get why. So now I weigh in each day and I track it on TrendWeight.com. That gives me a little more perspective because I can look at the trends over time. I see that my weight usually trends in a very tight range. And that makes me very happy! I also find that I weigh more on Friday and I weigh less on Monday...go figure!

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IDEBORAH 7/21/2014 9:20AM

    At first glance I thought: OMG if Slenderalla is struggling with the scale there is no hope for me. But reading this blog is hopeful. It is a reminder and reinforcement that I needed about exactly how a scale is useful and that my thought processes are not so far from the norm. After a lifetime of food/weight struggles the inner dialogues are not going to be roses and puppies!

Thank you for sharing your thoughts. And for pointing the way forward.
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SPINNINGJW 7/21/2014 9:00AM

    I have been fluctuating lately(although more in the creep upward trend), but I attribute it to crappy eating. Have been as much as 7 lbs above my low weight the middle of last month. It is frustrating. For me, the hardest part is trying to figure out WHY I am indulging in emotional eating.

I read somewhere once that women can fluctuate by 5 lbs in a DAY. So, keep using that scale as a mere tool, one measure in your toolbox to tell you where you are at RIGHT NOW. emoticon

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TERI-RIFIC 7/21/2014 8:54AM

    Simple truths are not simple to live by. I have thought to myself, how many times can I blog about having to accept that I am losing weight very slowly. We all do share that struggle and it does help to put it out there!

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MILLEDGE2 7/21/2014 8:54AM

    Yes! Even when I brace myself before stepping on the scale and remind myself that I may be retaining fluid precisely because I increased my exercise the previous day (a good thing!) and that I didn't over eat the previous day, the inner critic still wants to be disappointed if there is a .5 higher number on the readout. Yes, I know to tell it to shut up and I know to start telling myself a lot of affirmative things about my healthy lifestyle.

Still, you would think I wouldn't have to go through this conversation with myself at this point. But we all do!

I guess if that's the biggest issue I have to deal with today, I should just be grateful and move on!

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Tried Some New Recipes

Sunday, July 20, 2014

My husband does the grocery shopping and he keeps buying those taco kits. I've told him repeatedly that I can make taco seasoning cheaper and healthier, but he hasn't wanted to try. So, last eve I fixed him his tacos out of the package and I fixed mine.

Mine had ground turkey, 1% fat. Yes, it cost $7.19 for 20 ounces, and his 20% fat ground beef cost less for the same amount, but I sure drained a lot of his away. I added 2 tablespoons of chili powder, 2 teaspoons of cumin, and 2 teaspoons of dried red pepper to mine per SparkRecipes. Mine had absolutely no salt, but didn't need it. It needed less water than his because it didn't have thickener in it. I suspect if I wanted it thicker, I could add corn starch. I grilled some bell peppers of various colors with onion and served low fat "refried" black beans with it. The whole meal was delicious. I should have taken a picture.

I did take a picture of another recipe I've been meaning to try for some time and finally did. It's banana "ice cream", pureed frozen banana. I know you can buy a special machine to make this recipe, and it might be a little better, but I thought it was plenty good just using my trusty blender. Ooops. I saw that picture yesterday. Now where is it? Gotta run now; grandkids are on their way. Perhaps I'll add it later.

  
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SPINNINGJW 7/21/2014 9:11AM

    I too, want to know if your DH tried your version? I buy taco seasoning at Sam's club - it comes in the big "spice" container and on the back it says how much to use for how much "meat." For a long time when vegetarian DD was at home, I would put it on the Morningstar Farms recipe crumbles for our "taco" nights.

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MILLEDGE2 7/21/2014 8:35AM

    Frozen bananas. Frozen [red grapes]. Great snacks available year round. How lucky are we????

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_LINDA 7/21/2014 12:50AM

    I just saw the banana 'ice cream' recipe in a Spark article on how to make your desserts healthier.
That is great you can still do healthier versions of food for yourself in spite of your husband's purchases!
Keep up the great work!!

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FROSTY99 7/20/2014 10:41PM

    emoticon I am with you-have used the kits and like my homemade version much better.

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AQUAGIRL08 7/20/2014 9:19PM

    Good for you!

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MEXGAL1 7/20/2014 7:50PM

    your tacos sounded better to me than your DHs. That banana ice cream sounds good as well...I will have to try that.
Have a great evening.
Sallie

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GABY1948 7/20/2014 6:19PM

    I have heard of the banana pureed ice cream...hope you do post the pic!

Funny, how when we eat so much healthier we really would rather have that even if it means more $$$

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HOLLYM48 7/20/2014 6:04PM

    Sounds very tasty! Way to go!

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NATPLUMMER 7/20/2014 5:49PM

    Yum!

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TRAVELGRRL 7/20/2014 5:48PM

    I am so sorry your husband doesn't enjoy your evolution in cooking. Mine does, and it makes him QUITE the TREASURE!

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TERI-RIFIC 7/20/2014 4:43PM

    It's fun to find new healthy recipes! Lucky for me my hubs and his Dad get enough deer meat to last me all year. I haven't bought ground beef in years! The difference in amount of fat even in lean ground beef is amazing. I cooked ground beef at a friends house and it was sickening to see all that yellow fat. I want to try frozen banana ice cream.

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ONEKIDSMOM 7/20/2014 1:31PM

    Sounds positively delicious! And so much better for you!

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MANDELOVICH 7/20/2014 11:59AM

    Did he taste yours? I bet it was excellent!

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WATERMELLEN 7/20/2014 11:42AM

    Healthier version so often tastes way better too!!!

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TIFFFIT 7/20/2014 10:20AM

    Pureed banana "ice cream"??? Yes, please!!!

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