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proudmommy09
06-29-2011, 08:51 PM
Here I am 3 days till vacation at the BEACH and not only have I not lost any weight but Ive gained 15lbs in 4 weeks. WTH is wrong with me? Ive been on every diet out there in my 29 short years.
THere are soooo many reasons to get healthy but I just cant seem to stick with any diet or plan like counting calories. Im addicted to food- more paticularly sugar. I see all these successfull people on here and think that I will not ever lose this weight!!! Its affecting everything negativly my marriage most of all. My husband is very good looking and I weight 80lbs more than I used to. Im afaird that if I dont do something about this weight he's bound to look somewhere else. I feel so horrible about myself....... Its like how bad is gonna have to get before losing weight CLICKS for me?


alaskanlaughter
06-29-2011, 09:12 PM
(((hugs))) i hear ya there...i've tried alot of things before something seemed to click...because i'm addicted to sugar, it's been successful to eat low carb...have you tried that yet? i tried it once before and it didnt work too well but, for some reason, this time i'm really giving it a good, longterm try...and really, since i'm pre-diabetic, i need to learn to eat this way forever...i am VERYYY addicted to sugar and even a little bit will lead to alot for me...i can't eat "just a little" of something unless that's all i literally have in the house...for example, if DH brings home a pan of brownies, i can't eat "just one" and stop...i'll be nibbling away until the whole thing is gone...low carb takes my cravings away and i eat healthier also...it might help you out too :)

luckymommy
06-29-2011, 09:39 PM
Oh man, I really feel your pain and frustration. I honestly don't know what works. I have lost and gained the same 50-70 lbs. numerous times so I can't say that I have any good advice. I think you should try to forget about the external pressures like your husband or the beach vacation. I also don't think that you should go on a "diet" right now. I would say, take this time when you go on vacation to really enjoy it and to learn to love yourself just the way you are. I know it's hard. I've spend a lot of time self-loathing. Just try though. Try to feed your body in a healthy way. Try to maybe eat like your hubby only a bit less. Focus on the beautiful beach, scenery, go for walks and keep active. Think about what you are about to do. I would say decide to start when you get back. Decide you will commit to one day. Don't think about a month from now or a year from now. Just think about that one day. And go for it. Do everything on plan. Have it written down...what you will eat and when and do it just like that. Once you have that day done, do another one. It's ok not to have variety. It's ok not to go to parties. It's ok. Really, it's worth it. I'm a food addict. I recommend having a bag of tricks for when you want to eat off plan. I eat popsicles that are 15 calories each so sometimes I have 10 of them, but that's better than having 10 bagels. ;) I also have gum at all times. I don't chew it at all times, but when I feel I need to, I do. Paint your nails, do your hair, start dressing and acting like you are already at goal. Visualize yourself at goal as often as you can. GIve yourself positive feedback too. Treat yourself with love and kindness. You can do it!!!


BECKY84
06-29-2011, 09:55 PM
i feel the same way i am 27 and have been struggleing my whole life:(

xty
06-29-2011, 09:56 PM
I think many (most?) of us have felt the feelings you are expressing in this post.

While there is no magic bullet or quick answer, I do want to just give you a big hug and tell you to keep trying.

I often feel overwhelmed, frustrated and down about my struggles with food addiction. When I get that way, I try to remind myself that everyone has issues and this one happens to be mine. Maybe I cant "fix" it, but I can handle it the best I can and keep working.

That attitude has led me to also try every single diet, gain and lose (endless times), and in the moments I sometimes feel it is a losing battle. But I remind myself I am winning the war. For over 10 years, I have kept on trying! And though I may not be where I want (120lbs and without food issues), I am in a pretty good place for someone with this issue. I am healthy, Im no longer obese, I eat vastly better foods, etc etc.

You sound like you are putting yourself under SO much pressure to solve the long term stuff, but if you can try to focus on today and do what you can.

Keep trying. Keep trying. Keep trying. :)

sukale
06-29-2011, 09:59 PM
I had to stop beating my self up. One day I sat down and did some math. If I eat 3 meals and 2 snacks a day, I am eating about 150 times a month. If I eat well 140 times I could mess up 10 times and still do OK. Before I started I was eating crap about 100 times a month. And I make myself exercise at least 6 times a week. Even if I ate like a pig I still do my exercise. If I am not losing weight I least I know I am improving my health with moving everyday.

I am a very visual person. I got so down on myself when I would write down everything I ate and would see all the junk on there. So for a while I just wrote it down but stopped looking at it all the time. Instead I made a 12 week exercising chart and hung it on the fridge. I knew I could at least get my walking going everyday. I was so proud of my self to that chart fill up every day with something I was actually doing right.

So maybe you could focus on drinking 8 waters a day or walking 2 miles a day. Something to build yourself up then add the food part later.

proudmommy09
06-29-2011, 10:04 PM
Thanks so much for all your kind responses.......Im sitting here in tears because I do need to learn to love myself NOW not just when I lose weight. Thanks again

KittyKat1465
06-29-2011, 10:05 PM
I totally understand how you feel. I have tried so many time to lose weight and it took something to click inside me to get serious about it. For me it was a shopping trip where nothing fit. Just don't get down on yourself too much. You can do it!!!

luckymommy
06-29-2011, 10:51 PM
:hug: Proudmommy! I really feel for you so much! I could have written your post (except for the part about the skinny hubby, LOL)! Turn those tears into determination and focus. You absolutely CAN do it. So many of us have been right where you are right now...with so many attempts. But don't think of those as failures. They were all learning experiences. Take from it and turn it around to make THIS time the one that will do it for you! One year from now, you'll be so glad that you did! I really believe that!

I also like the other suggestion of the exercise chart on the fridge. How motivating is that!

Finally, I want to tell you that I'm a horrible food addict. I've tried everything and I don't think I'll ever really conquer this addiction, but I do think I can manage it and fight it from a lighter weight, rather than a heavier weight. Someone on here has a ticker quote that says something like Dieting is hard, being fat is hard...pick your hard. How true that is! So, when things get really tough and tense for me, I try to think of that quote. I suffer from chronic daily migraines so if I can do it anyone can! ;) :hug:

OhThePlaces
06-29-2011, 11:01 PM
YOU CAN DO THIS!!

I totally understand the frustration of not feeling like you're able to stick with it. I've been down that road many times before and finally something clicked. Are you able to exercise? For me, getting daily exercise really makes it easier to make healthier food choices... I'm not sure why. I've also had to completely cut out certain foods because I can't control myself to eat them in moderation. Like others have said, you need to be kind to yourself... your self-worth should not be tied to the number you see on your scale. Decide that you are worth it! Hugs! :hug:

Sunshine87
06-29-2011, 11:07 PM
Oh man, I really feel your pain and frustration. I honestly don't know what works. I have lost and gained the same 50-70 lbs. numerous times so I can't say that I have any good advice. I think you should try to forget about the external pressures like your husband or the beach vacation. I also don't think that you should go on a "diet" right now. I would say, take this time when you go on vacation to really enjoy it and to learn to love yourself just the way you are. I know it's hard. I've spend a lot of time self-loathing. Just try though. Try to feed your body in a healthy way. Try to maybe eat like your hubby only a bit less. Focus on the beautiful beach, scenery, go for walks and keep active. Think about what you are about to do. I would say decide to start when you get back. Decide you will commit to one day. Don't think about a month from now or a year from now. Just think about that one day. And go for it. Do everything on plan. Have it written down...what you will eat and when and do it just like that. Once you have that day done, do another one. It's ok not to have variety. It's ok not to go to parties. It's ok. Really, it's worth it. I'm a food addict. I recommend having a bag of tricks for when you want to eat off plan. I eat popsicles that are 15 calories each so sometimes I have 10 of them, but that's better than having 10 bagels. ;) I also have gum at all times. I don't chew it at all times, but when I feel I need to, I do. Paint your nails, do your hair, start dressing and acting like you are already at goal. Visualize yourself at goal as often as you can. GIve yourself positive feedback too. Treat yourself with love and kindness. You can do it!!!

Good post. Proudmommy, Luckymommy knows what she is talking about.
I can tell you that it is so nice to have a good support system. I seek this site for inspiration and seeing how successful others are energizes me to do it myself.

JohnP
06-29-2011, 11:12 PM
If you're addicted to sugar there is only one answer.

Give up sugar.

What do successful recovering alchoholics do? Do they have a single beer and stop? No. They don't touch any alchohol.

I don't know how strong your addiction is but if you really WANT to lose weight I would avoid all sugar except what is in vegtables for at least 30 days. After that if you want to mix in some fruit go for it.

You may be one of those people who after they break their initial cravings find you can have a little sugar here and there and not be compelled to have a lot more but initially I'd highly reccomend you avoid it.

Also - and I hate to say this - I would utilize the dark side. :D Use visualization to help you. If there are any pretty skinny women in your life (or previous life) that you don't really care for, imagine finding out that your husband is sleeping with them behind your back because you're too fat. Go ahead - shut your eyes and imagine it vividly. I assume it makes you VERY MAD. If so - use it.

During your induction period of giving up sugar when you feel those cravings shut your eyes and imagine that indulging in the sugar is going to directly cause your husband to sleep with that pretty skinny woman. If you can successfully link sugar with massive pain your cravings for sugar will diminish.

proudmommy09
06-29-2011, 11:17 PM
luckymommy- thanks so much for your words of encouragement and great advice. Im gonna do what you said above and enjoy my vacay and come up with a plan, Im thinking really whole heartardly attempting low carb way of eating. I think it may help with the sugar addiction... once again thanks so much I really appreciate it :)

proudmommy09
06-29-2011, 11:19 PM
If you're addicted to sugar there is only one answer.

Give up sugar.

What do successful recovering alchoholics do? Do they have a single beer and stop? No. They don't touch any alchohol.

I don't know how strong your addiction is but if you really WANT to lose weight I would avoid all sugar except what is in vegtables for at least 30 days. After that if you want to mix in some fruit go for it.

You may be one of those people who after they break their initial cravings find you can have a little sugar here and there and not be compelled to have a lot more but initially I'd highly reccomend you avoid it.

Also - and I hate to say this - I would utilize the dark side. :D Use visualization to help you. If there are any pretty skinny women in your life (or previous life) that you don't really care for, imagine finding out that your husband is sleeping with them behind your back because you're too fat. Go ahead - shut your eyes and imagine it vividly. I assume it makes you VERY MAD. If so - use it.

During your induction period of giving up sugar when you feel those cravings shut your eyes and imagine that indulging in the sugar is going to directly cause your husband to sleep with that pretty skinny woman. If you can successfully link sugar with massive pain your cravings for sugar will diminish.

As crazy as that sounds(the visualization) it just might help. Thanks

berryblondeboys
06-29-2011, 11:27 PM
Three things, and they have been said above, but bears repeating.

1. Learn to love who you are - whatever size, age, whatever.

2. Get out of the diet mentality and switch into the "I need to change my life around" mentality.

3. And most importantly, get rid of the sugar! I am a sugar/carb addict and once I stopped eating them, I started to feel SO MUCH BETTER! I have sweet things, but they don't seem to trigger anything and they keep my sugar cravings in check. 1. I eat protein bars by Atkins (they have the lowest carbs, highest fiber and protein is great). I drink atkins premade shakes or a whey protein shake - again low carb version - but it's sweet!. I cannot give up my jif peanut butter, so I eat 2 tablespoons with an apple with cinnamon for breakfast or lunch sometimes. And I use either Altoids sugar free mini candies or from Trader Joe's Myntz Breathmints.

Once you do these things, you will be on your way - for good.

Oh, there is one more:

4. Get good sleep!!!!

still
06-29-2011, 11:35 PM
You've gotten some great advice. One thing I've learned that's helped me is to take baby steps. I focused on one thing at a time, and worked on doing that one thing well. Like switching from normal pop to diet, and now from diet to water. If I messed up and had a regular pop, I wouldn't let that derail me. My philosophy was always "Next time I'll do better". I messed up a lot along the way, but now regular pop tastes funny to me and I don't even like it. I'm drinking more water now than I ever have, and a TON less pop. And it didn't even "hurt" all that much because I took baby steps.

You are worth it. You need to remind yourself that you are worth it. If that idea makes you uncomfortable, start with "my family is worth it" and work your way up from there.

And if you mess up? Next time you'll do better.

You can do this.

liliesinmycereal
06-29-2011, 11:42 PM
I tried not to go on a "diet" this time with losing weight. I used south beach before. Try just incorporating more fruits and vegetables in your daily eating. It might be difficult if you don't normally reach for the fruits and vegetables first but it will get easier. I eat fruits and vegetables to the point that people at work think I'm a vegetarian but I'm not. Have you tried no sugar added foods? Or like the mousse pudding that's 60 calories or putting yogurt upside down in the freezer or drinking low calorie hot chocolate? I love the popsicle idea.... or pour milled or whole flaxseeds in anything you eat that's sugary so you can have loads of fiber. Or make your own desserts but cut the amount of sugar in it.... Put pictures of vegetables everywhere as a subliminal message to eat them.

Lovely
06-30-2011, 01:03 AM
You've gotten good advice already. So I'll just send a :hug:

Never give up.

IsabellaOlivia
06-30-2011, 02:14 AM
Have you tried counting calories? I find that it's the best way to lose weight because I know exactly what I'm eating and what I'm burning.

Mishflynn
06-30-2011, 04:00 AM
you sound like me, all i can suggest is lowcarb as you can & look into some IF a few days a week, to see if that can give you some control.

I lost like a stack of weight at 17, put it all back on now at 36 need to loose it all over again.

In the "middle " years ive yo-oed abit, but this time it IS different , ive had enough & want to change my lifestyle,. just bored of the "old me" , i dont need to be like that nor do i want to be.

My friend recently had a WLS /slleve fitted & lost 7 stone. I looked into maybe having a balloon fitted, but no way could i justify that expensive so fitted a "mental ballon in my head" .

You might not be ready "yet" but when you are ready you will do it!

Mish xx

sunlover
06-30-2011, 11:02 AM
You are not going to be fat forever. I used to tell myself the same thing. I thought the only way I would ever do it was weight loss surgery. Then my sister in law wanted to lose weight. So one night we were sitting around and I was trying to motivate her...in turn I motivated myself. The next morning I got up and started my new life! I started low carb and exercise 6 days a week. I promised myself I would give it all I had for 1 month...no exceptions, and just see where it got me. I figured after that month I would just quit. But guess what? A couple of weeks went by and I was losing weight and feeling better. It was getting easier every day. I went online and found 3FC where there was SO many people going through the same things as me. I read the success stories and realized that it is possible to actually acheive my goals. Before long the month was over and I had lost 17 inches and about 19lbs. I was so excited to see that I could actually do it! For me it was just that I had never actually given it a really good shot and stuck with anything for long enough to see results. So here I am almost 5 mths later and still going strong...and 36lbs gone! Already almost halfway there. Its amazing! Alot of it is a mind game for me. Plus I think I am at a time in my life where I am finally ready to make the change. I felt like I had already lived half my life this way and was ready for something different. Sometimes it is a sacrifice. But it is definitely worth it. And if I am craving something really bad for days...I just go ahead and have it. Get it out of my system and move on! Sorry for such a long post....Good Luck! I know you can do it!

DCHound
06-30-2011, 11:30 AM
Look at your avatar photo. You are GORGEOUS!!! You are beautiful at the weight you are now and you will be absolutely stunning when you lose weight. I said when, not if.

Visualize yourself at your goal weight then keep that image in your mind all the time. Replace negative thoughts with positive ones. You can and will do this! If you are addicted to sugar (Like I am) the best thing you can do is say goodbye to it. It really doesn't take that good and it probably makes you feel like crap. Take a few days off from sugar, get it all out of your system and you will feel fantastic!

Love yourself NOW because you are wonderful NOW and you will be wonderful when the weight starts dropping off as I know it will. Get a really cute outfit you love in a smaller size and hang it up where you can see it to help stay motivated.

You are a totally wonderful person, you know it, your husband knows it, so believe it, live it, do it and I promise the weight WILL COME OFF. Just keep that picture of you at your goal weight in your head and be happy because that's you, baby!

You can do it and you will do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So go do it! :)

fattymcfatty
06-30-2011, 11:39 AM
Sit down and think about how you were dieting before. Why do you fall off the wagon so easily? For me, all my attempts in the past I was TOOO restrictive. If I'd mess up a little bit...oh well, might as well inhale chocolate cakes now, since I ate one hershey's kiss. Yep, I read on here once that the mentality is like having a flat tire and getting out of your car and slashing the other three, since one is already damaged.

I have the sweet tooth from ****. Seriously. And low carb doesn't work for me. I turn into mega-biotch and can't sustain it. But, what I did is cut all simple carbs out of the diet. I kept the complex. And when I want sweets, I ate a medjool date, or dried fruit. I say binging on that stuff in the beginning is still better than eating processed garbage. I counted calories and made a commitment to exercise everyday. Did I restrict down to 1200 calories at the beginning? Heck no. I started around 1800 per day and DID NOT count my veggies and fruit. I could eat as much of that as I wanted. This worked for me, and I think the big difference is that no "food" was off limits, I just had to make it fit into my plan. I made these changes where I didn't feel like I was "dying" or "deprived", like the so many times before. That is the key.

Beach Patrol
06-30-2011, 12:37 PM
proudmommy...
if you think sugar is your problem and you feel truly addicted to it, then my advice is to CUT IT.

This won't be easy by any means! - but if you find it in yourself to cut all processed sugars for just three weeks... you'll probably feel WAY better & it'll be much easier from there. Don't give up natural sugars! - fruits and so forth are good & healthy for you! And personally, I found that the more I cut processed sugars and ate natural sugars, the less I craved processed sugars! Oh, I still get a hankering for the TOM chocolate bar or whatever, but it's WAY LESS than what it used to be.

YOU CAN DO THIS. Start slow, substituting Equal or Splenda for the sugar in your coffee/tea. Drop a soda habit (if you have one) by going to diet soda. If that's too yucky, try my trick: mix half diet with half regular, and slowly keep adding more diet than regular & before you know it, you'll be drinking diet soda.

Then after you conquer that, start adding water to your diet soda. Keep adding more & more water (slowly... daily!) until you are drinking mostly, or preferably, ALL water.

YOU CAN DO THIS! YES YOU CAN!!!
And your body will thank you for it, and you'll feel TONS better for kicking that sugar habit... I PROMISE! :hug:

Redgrl
06-30-2011, 01:40 PM
Along the husband line, here are my thoughts...

I married at 21 and was 135 lbs at 5'5". Was I model thin? No. Was I fat? In my head, yes, but in reality, no. I was very insecure in both my body image and my marriage. I thought every time my husband looked at a pretty woman, not only did he desire her, but he was repelled by my weight because I was heavier. Not fat, mind you, just not as thin.

I gained weight over the years and I lost weight. Usually tied into how I felt about myself, which meant I gained more than I lost. I had many periods of being attractive, but I only see it now in pictures. At the time I was always comparing myself to other women and felt fat.

Now I am a couple of months from turning 50 and I have been married for 28 years. I am very heavy, but strangely enough, I have gained confidence in myself and my marriage. I have realized that my husband would like me to lose weight so I will be healthier, but he is attracted to me anyway.

With the years has come maturity and I realize now that he has always been attracted to me regardless. I did a great disservice by being down on myself so often and as much as I thought it would inspire weight loss to "look better for him", it was usually the opposite and stressed me more, which made me eat more.

I would try to take your husband out of the equation. Your battle is with food only. The suggestions to try to eliminate sugar are good ones. If you can focus on only one meal or snack at a time, and win most of them, you will be on your way to a healthier you.

Edit: The point of this message was to give you insight that only comes with the passing of years. I wish I had realized it much, much earlier!

Sunshine87
06-30-2011, 02:10 PM
Proudmommy, I hope you get to read this before your vaca because it is something I did a few vacations ago and I have not had a food-obsessed vaca in years despite my fluctuations in weight.
You are going on vacation with your family. Vacations are such great memories and your child(ren) will remember them forever. I am not sure if you have experienced a bad food/weight-obssessed vacation but I can tell you that it is miserable. I am referring to the all-day food fest where you eat and you hate yourself even in the most beautiful places on earth (ie. the beach). Or, you hate yourself for what you look like and you do not go to the beach, get into a bathing suit, wear a tank top, or want to be seen in public. It consumes 95% of your day. Believe me, I spent 3-4 vacations with this "I hate myself" attitude.
What I think could help would be to take your mind off of all weight/dieting issues. Make the time you will spend with your family the most important thing on your vacation. Forget the food. You want your little girl to remember all the fun that she had on the beach with her mom. Be active, take walks, go shopping, go to the beach, and spend time with your little one(s). Your husband loves you and wants you to be happy. Don't let food/weight issues ruin your vacation. Appreciate the time with your family because they are what really matter.

LandonsBaby
06-30-2011, 03:48 PM
As crazy as that sounds(the visualization) it just might help. Thanks

I keep pictures on my computer ranging from short girls as healthy weights to fitness competitors. It just helps motivate me a little bit. But I don't think "oh gosh, why can't I look like that tomorrow". I just take it one day at a time and know that I've got a lot of good years ahead of me. I don't have to be there right now.

Autumn Night
06-30-2011, 05:54 PM
Dear Proud Mommy, please don't think your husband will turn to someone else. I weighed about 105 pounds when I met my partner almost 20 years ago. I have gained a lot of weight since then. His love and desire for me has never changed. He loves to touch me and take a shower with me, etc. He loves me for who I am, not for the shape of my body. Do not doubt your husband's love for you. He will not look for someone else if you let him love you. You are lovable and desirable just as you are.

I've lost weight many times, but have always gained it back. I am trying to get my mind in a different place this time. I am letting myself feel my feelings, and not distract myself by eating. I am also learning to feel the physical signs of hunger. You may laugh, but I have gone for years at a time never feeling true physical hunger. I don't sugget you starve yourself. I only suggest that you learn to tell the difference between physical hunger and cravings. I also needed to learn to stop eating when I was satified, but before I felt uncomfortably full. This takes practice. I grew up always eating everything on my plate, regardless of my hunger level.

Don't give up. You don't have to be fat forever. It is hard to eat and type at the same time, so come back soon!

QuilterInVA
06-30-2011, 05:59 PM
If you think you won't ever lose the weight, you won't. Negative thinking doesn't help. We have to want to lose weight more than we want to eat, especially sugar which has no nutritional value and packs on the pounds. Eat fruit when you want something sweet. Don't want fruit? You aren't really hungry.

lin43
06-30-2011, 06:50 PM
I gained weight over the years and I lost weight. Usually tied into how I felt about myself, which meant I gained more than I lost. I had many periods of being attractive, but I only see it now in pictures. At the time I was always comparing myself to other women and felt fat.

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Your battle is with food only. The suggestions to try to eliminate sugar are good ones. If you can focus on only one meal or snack at a time, and win most of them, you will be on your way to a healthier you.

Edit: The point of this message was to give you insight that only comes with the passing of years. I wish I had realized it much, much earlier!

Patty, thank you for posting this. Even though I'm not the OP, I benefited from reading your post. I too have matured over the years, and looking back, I can see that I should really have appreciated how good I looked in my youth, but instead, I was too obsessed with how much better I could look. In years past (in my 20s; I'm now in my 40s), sometimes I would actually not bother buying nice looking clothes or taking care with my appearance because I wasn't the weight I want to be----part of the ubiquitous "dieter's mentality." I'm so glad I've rid myself of at least that part of that mindset.

April Snow
06-30-2011, 07:11 PM
I never thought of myself as a sugar addict but after just over 5 weeks on the Dukan diet (a low carb and low fat plan), I have realized that I am. I've gotten completely off sweets and starches (except for a small amount of oat bran every day as part of the plan) and I am not having cravings. I mean, I can look at my kid eating ice cream and think "yeah, ice cream tastes good." But that's it, I'm not craving it, or really even tempted to go off my plan because I feel good, I'm losing weight steadily (I'll be close to 20 lbs gone by my 6 week WI), and on this plan, the types of food you can have are limited but the quantities are not. So any time I am hungry, I can eat as long as it's something on the plan. I've never had such an easy time staying on plan before, but this is the first time i've ever given up sugar, grains, starches and even fruit (for now, all of this does eventually get added back in).

I know everyone thinks whatever they are doing is the best plan, and I'm certainly excited enough by my results to think other people should try it too. But mostly, I'm suggesting what many others have said, and saying that giving up sugar for a month is probably going to have an even bigger impact on you than you think it will.

Good luck!!!

proudmommy09
06-30-2011, 11:07 PM
WOW Im so thankful for each and everyones words of WISDOM. Im gonna print all this out and read it when I need to. This is some good stuff and I dont want to forget it. I sincerly appreciate all the support.

greenlove62
07-01-2011, 03:48 PM
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