100 lb. Club - Happy Thanksgiving, Canadians!
10-11-2004, 02:50 PM
Happy Thanksgiving, friends to the North! :wave: For those of you who celebrate this holiday, here's hoping you all have a thoroughly enjoyable day! Gobble, gobble! (Or don't gobble, gobble -- whichever the case may be! ;) )
10-11-2004, 03:06 PM
Happy Thanksgiving!! I made a Turkey Dinner this weekend to celebrate this! I LOVE TURKEY!
10-11-2004, 06:11 PM
Well, I swear, I learn something new everytime I read! I didn't know it was Canadian Thanksgiving!
10-11-2004, 08:12 PM
Thanks! I had my turkey yesterday, and my mom is the best - she sent me home with all the leftover turkey. Yum!
10-11-2004, 10:18 PM
I didn't get a thanksgiving dinner.. but thats alright.. I'm plotting a way to spend christmas with my family.. which means homecooked EVERYTHING! My fav is still my grandma's homemade perogies and cabbage rolls :) Technically I'm not allowed time off at christmas, but since I'm the ONLY one at my store with no family around, I'm hoping they will let me.. and if not.. I make minimum wage, I am SURE I can find that somewhere else.. tee hee.. I'm evil! :)
10-14-2004, 04:06 PM
Not sure what to do here. Want to join your group. My name is Carol. I go by oldwriter.
I'm not sure how to set up a pic for my name. :?:
I'm 58 yr old granny, retired early from a factory, following my dream of being a writer.
My SW: 275
I have gone from 3bp pills a day to 1/2 by making better food choices.
I have type2 diabetes, asthma, hiatial hernia, Sleep apnea prob, stress & craving eater. Probs due to this weight. Need to be with someone that understands & won't give me that look-that makes you feel more guilty.
Got to win this fight!
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