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Old 08-17-2007, 10:21 AM   #256  
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Awright, here I am, home again (tra-la-la!) and feeling some better after taking my third (of five) doses of antibiotic, puffing twice on the inhaler thatís supposed to reduce the inflammation even further, and wait a minute! Suzie Homemaker I donít claim to be, but I just made some bran muffins with Xtra Fiber, (added a cup of Fiber One cereal that I first pulverized in the blender) raisins, and grated carrot, that are nothing short of AWESOME! (I already ate one for my brekkie). I figure itís a couple hundred calories, but near as I can calculate from the ingredients, itís seven or eight grams of fiber, so thatís a good thing, yes? I made TEN of them - put a couple aside in a plastic baggie for my daughter (Sheís just started Weight Watchers and is doing the point thing; I donít know how these would add up in points, but she knows how to do it) ate one, and put the rest in a big gallon-sized freezer baggie so DH can have one when he gets home. Theyíre not very sweet - just barely sweet tasting enough so that you donít want to slather them with jelly or anything. In fact, I was going to use a little of my spray pretend butter on them but theyíre so good just by themselves that I didnít even do that. Am I kewl or am I kewl?
So, Karen...any news on the house? Where have you been, mídear? I hope all is well.
Thinking of YOU, Bobbi...hope youíre taking care of yourself.
Hah, Meowee-Linda...those kittens would be more than I could handle. But they sure are cute.
Oh, Gayle, youíre so lucky! Iíve been wanting another grandbaby for a while, now, and canít seem to get one. I have three daughters - one, the eldest, just had a hysterectomy; the middle daughter has one boy who is five and was just recently diagnosed with Autism, so she feels that she & his dad will have their hands full meeting his needs, so she says sheís through having kiddos, and my youngest daughter has a little girl who will be seven in November. I was hoping sheíd have another baby before too long, and she MIGHT, but probably not for another year or so, she says. So Iíll just have to be patient, I guess. I certainly donít want my SON to produce any grandchildren for me just yet - heís not married, and only just started covering his own living expenses a little over a year ago.
Hey Moxie, enjoy your travels! Weíll see you in September!
Good hearing from you, Lily....send that hubby of yours out golfing more often so you can chit chat with us!
Well my gosh, Lynn! A day at home? That sure is unusual for you, my traveling friend! Well, make sure you leave a little time after all that cleaning to relax a little! (I got the picture from a friend.)
A HALF a POUND, Phyllis???? Oh, go ahead, you bragger, you! Listen, listen, let me catch my breath here....I get a little winded rolling around on the floor laughing like that! Hey! You know how Oprah says fifty is the new thirty? Well, Iím saying, after fifty, a half a pound is the new ten pounds! Congrats, Phyl...I knew you could do it!!!!!
I know Theresa is busy working out at CURVES this morning, and Jo-annie is working her butt to the bone with all those demanding engineers of hers...and of course Cat is surrounded by 300 five-year-olds...YIKES!!!!
I, of course am playing Lady of Leisure here at home, bored out of my ever-loviní mind...
Lunch with my daughter is planned - unless one of her patients has a last minute emergency...
Have a lovely Friday, Golden Girls..

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Old 08-18-2007, 12:15 AM   #257  
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Hi to all & Happy Friday!

I'm afraid that for me to do personals I'll have to stop,find a legal pad ( not sure but I think there's one upstairs in a drawer) go back through all of these messages, take notes & armed come back & start commenting.

Those of you that can just whip those off are amazing to me!

Zoe luv! I'll need an XL robe (since I'm 5-10 & far far from thin I don't like my clothes to make me feel even bigger) and please advise your staff that I can't stand backrubs. I'll be happy to sign up for the other goodies including any cabana boys out back delivering little diet drinks with umbrellas in them. I can't wait!

Cat -Cold brew with chickory laden coffee is Heaven. We picked up the cold brew system from Seattle's Best & loved it dearly until I lost the stopper. Not long after that I lost the filters. Needless to say I got frustrated with the clutter and tossed a perfectly good brewer. Now I want another one so I'm busy self bashing that I could have recovered what I had. You're right, that stuff is absolutely superior coffee.

Gayle - When will the baby get here? Little girls are so much fun! Our four grand daughters live upstairs with respective parents & with those kids everything is PINK PINK PINK. We do a lot of hair & ribbons here.

Moxie - Just drop the cat off in Mississippi, the poor thing can sit on my lap (with 3 other cats & 2 poms) until you can get back. I promise I'll spoil it!

Karen, all is well?

Bobbi I'm so sorry. My dad (who in anger cut me out of his will) used to point out when people were more addicted to religion than interested in family (believe he was referencing my sister). It's sad really. All you can do are the things that keep you liking the lady in the mirror, you've been a saint to this person and here's hoping that good things come back to you.

No family night tonight. One by one this week everyone's fallen to a stomach bug. We're all downing diet ginger ale & lining up at the bathrooms. Yuck! May this thing pass as quickly as it landed on us. Myself? I'm living on watermelon, toast & ginger ale,yum!

If I missed you I apologize. I'll grab that legal pad!

Take care to all!

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Hello to all!

Sorry I haven't posted in the last couple days--- we've had storms just about everyday for the last week with lots of rain, hail, lightening, thunder and wind! Doesn't make for good weather at all!!

I did lose 2 pounds this past week! So that is a bit of good news. I wish I could do that every week!

We showed the house to a couple from San Diego yesterday.. they said they really liked it and would get back to us.... she I've heard that so many times now!! Grrr! Still waiting on that one too.

Well, we are getting the storms again---- it has been about 45 minutes since the last one so guess we will be getting them all night again! YUCK!! I'll try to get back and chat more tomorrow.. Just wanted to let everyone know I'm still kickin'!!

Have a good night!
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Old 08-18-2007, 03:20 AM   #259  
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Hi . . .

We are back to crappy weather . . . really nasty thunderstorms. Not good for those of us whose migraines are triggered by low barometric pressure . . . hopefully I'll be feeling better soon.

Later . . . gang.
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Good Morning Everyone,

Hi Phyllis, I hope I'm home for a few months. I found it VERY difficult to be able to eat the way I now need to eat while on vacation with people who eat differently. Makes me wish Zoe's Spa were a reality. I'd have a place to vacation without the stress.
BTW - you're beating me with your weight loss this month. I'm down 2 tenths of a pound since August 1.

Hi Zoe, (or should that be Chef Zoe?), I think muffins are a thing of my past. I hope you enjoyed your day of leisure yesterday. How are you feeling?

Hi Marylynn, sorry you and your family got a bug. Hope everyone is feeling better today.

Hi Karen, 2 LBS in 1 WEEK!!!!!!! What are you doing? I'll do whatever you tell me. I've lost 2 tenths of a pound in 3 weeks. I am SOOOOO HAPPY for YOU!

Hi Linda, we had thunderstorms last night - this morning it's clear and cool - beautiful morning. So sorry about your headache. Feel better.

Today, my df is coming to my place & we're going to walk along the canal. Then, we're going to the Grange Fair.

Zoe, if you lived here, you could enter those muffins and win a blue ribbon!

Check back tonight,

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Hello everyone,
Yup, another fly
I mean drive by...
I hope this Saturday morning brings all of you peace and relaxation.
And of course I hope it brings all of you a BIG WEIGHT loss.

Well I went to curves Friday morning. For the first time in about 3-4 weeks.
I really do miss going there. I did well, but I stayed off the one machine. I might add
it back after a few weeks of getting used to working out again.
Nope, I did not work extremely hard.
I will add back my Vigor as time goes on.
At least thatís my plan.

Well I have a very busy week end aheadÖ
Shopping with hubby, Mowing the lawn with hubby, Doing a few loads of laundry. and of course my
weekly visit with a little girl! (and her parents ).
If I am lucky I might even see the rest of the family.
All this in one day. First offÖ I have to get the DOLL HOUSE out of the attic, and wash it. Then to the
hugs to everyone,
be safe.
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Old 08-18-2007, 09:17 AM   #262  
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Oh Lynn, you have me We sure won't win any prize for fast weight loss will we! Yes, Karen let us know what your doing to lose 2 lbs./week.....Congrats.

Marylynn sorry to hear you all have a bug....drink lots of ginger ale and I hope your all feeling well soon.

Theresa, please take it easy at Curves.....take baby steps again but I bet it felt good to be back there. Have fun with your family.

Zoe, the baker, who'd a known! They actually sound very good and healthy! Do you still have a cough, a lot of people down here seem to have a lingering cough after a bout like you've had...hope it's gone.

Cat, how ya doing with all those (count 'em) 300 kids). That still amazes me!

Joanne enjoy your beautiful is just HOT & HUMID down here in Florida and in our area no rain which we need.....but I'll take dry over hurricanes! Looks like Texas might really get hit hard....pray not.

Ok, today I have to clean out my frig, clean my pantry out and the kitchen will be finished! I do love it when everything is neat and orderly now I have to keep it that way if we are going to show this condo.....I'll have to follow around and straighten up behind my dh....he tries but I get too picky I guess.

Hey, maybe I'll even lose 2 oz. from all this cleaning!

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Old 08-18-2007, 09:40 AM   #263  
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Hello everyone!!

I can't possibly remember all of the posts! Someone lost 2 pounds---congrats

With all of the college visits I've made this week, I missed my Weight Watchers meeting so I don't know how much I've lost. I also know that I've had a few unplanned eating cycles---you know the stuff that is not on program!! I do know that I made my excercise goal last week!! YEAH!!

This morning I completed 2 miles of WATP! I've got some old videos that I don't recall buying [during a previous weight loss urge] So this morning I did the 30 minute Brisk Walk! Whew!

I also managed to mop 3 floors, run 2 loads of laundry, while DH feigns sleep!

My church is doing a community outreach this I've got to pop in! Write to you later!

For next week
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Good Morning Girls, I just got this e-mail this morning and wanted to past it on. Good information!

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Old 08-18-2007, 09:47 AM   #265  
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Oops, that didn't work, I'll try again.
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Old 08-18-2007, 09:49 AM   #266  
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Unique and Useful Tips!
Reheat Pizza
Heat up leftover pizza in a non-stick skillet on top of the stove, set heat to med-low and heat till warm. This keeps the crust crispy. No soggy micro pizza. I saw this on the cooking channel and it really works.
Expanding Frosting
When you buy a container of cake frosting from the store, whip it with your mixer for a few minutes. You can double it in size. You get to frost more cake/cupcakes with the same amount. You also eat less sugar/calories per serving.
Reheating refrigerated bread
To warm biscuits, pancakes, or muffins that were refrigerated, place them in a microwave with a cup of water. The increased moisture will keep the food moist and help it reheat faster.
Newspaper weeds away
Wet newspapers; put layers around the plants overlapping as you go cover with mulch and forget about weeds. Weeds will get through some gardening plastic they will not get through wet newspapers.
Broken Glass
Use a dry cotton ball to pick up little broken glass pieces of glass- the fibers catch ones you can't see!
No More Mosquitoes
Place a dryer sheet in your pocket. It will keep the mosquitoes away.
Squirrel Away!
To keep squirrels from eating your plants sprinkle your plants with cayenne pepper. The cayenne pepper doesn't hurt the plant and the squirrels won't come near it.
Flexible vacuum
To get something out of a heat register or under the fridge add an empty paper towel roll or empty gift wrap roll to your vacuum hose. It can be bent or flattened to get in narrow openings.
Reducing Static Cling
Pin a small safety pin to the seam of your slip and you will not have a clingy skirt or dress. Same thing works with slacks that cling when wearing panty hose. Place pin in seam of slacks and - voila - static is gone.
Measuring Cups
Before you pour sticky substances into a measuring cup, fill it with hot water. Dump out the hot water, but don't dry the cup. Next, add your ingredient, such as peanut butter, and watch how easily it comes right out.
Foggy Windshield?
Hate foggy windshields? Buy a chalkboard eraser and keep it in the glove box of your car. When the windows fog, rub with the eraser! Works better than a cloth!
Reopening envelope
If you seal an envelope and then realize you forgot to include
something inside, just place your sealed envelope in the freezer for an hour or two Voila! It unseals easily.
Use your hair conditioner to shave your legs. It's a lot cheaper than shaving cream and leaves your legs really smooth. It's also a great way to use up the conditioner you bought but didn't like when you tried it in your hair...
Goodbye Fruit Flies
To get rid of pesky fruit flies, take a small glass fill it 1/2" with Apple Cider Vinegar and 2 drops of dishwashing liquid, mix well. You will find those flies drawn to the cup and gone forever!
Get Rid of Ants
Put small piles of cornmeal where you see ants. They eat it, take it "home," & can't digest it so it kills them. It may take a week or so, esp. if it rains, but it works & you don't have the worry about pets or small children being harmed!
Take baby powder to the beach
Keep a small bottle of baby powder in your beach bag. When your ready to leave the beach sprinkle yourself and kids with the powder and the sand will slide right off your skin.
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Ahhh, yes, Marylynn. <jotting down notes, here> NO backrubs for you, mídear. This is the ultimate by women, for women, and all-about-women experience. We must, after all, be allowed our sanctuaries, mustnít we? There are so few places left these days where we can simply be ourselves and not have to be on our guards constantly, ever fearful of sounding politically incorrect or appearing to be fatigue-wearing, card-carrying feminists if we donĎt smile nicely and clap our collective hands in delight when given the proper cues. Because, in the final analysis, whoever we are, wherever we live, and whatever our circumstances, we share the common thread of womanhood: of having been raised as female children in a world that has always treated its female children differently than its male children; of having come of age in an era when women were just beginning to recognize their own potential, and having survived the pain, the joy, and ultimately, the beauty of who we are, where we are, and what we have learned along the way. And so, this spa, if you will, is an intellectual exercise as well as an entertaining one - itís the recognition that we ought to have this place, that we deserve to have this place, and that we can and will have this place for ourselves. I think of the Spa as occupying a secondary dimension in our consciousness; a dimension where who and what we are isnít just accepted - itís celebrated! And admission is free and readily available to all who sincerely request it. (PM) No back rubs required!
Well, Karen, your weight loss progress is certainly enviable! I donít dare ask how youíre doing it, because I remember some of your daily menus from our old challenge thread, and it seems to me you were doing the Slim fast - or something similar? - drinks and bars and such. Obviously it works; I just couldnít do it, and might as well admit it. Iím far too fond of food... I do hope you get that house sold sooner rather than later. I know how much you want to be closer to your family. Thatís what has been a real barrier to our pulling up stakes - our reluctance to get too far away from loved ones.
Sorry the weatherís so uncooperative, Meowee-Linda. I hope your headache lets up soon.
Hmmmm, Lynn. Are you really not able to have a muffin ever again? I know you said in an earlier post that your self-talk was around having had your fill, throughout your lifetime, of many of those things - like sugary & starchy stuff - that you shouldnít be eating now. But, I recall from my Atkins dieting days that there were flour-substitute products and substitutions that could be used to create really low carbohydrate versions of a number of foods that werenít allowable in their *natural* state, so to speak. I know that you and I arenít eating quite the same things, but with my low calorie/high fiber ďallowablesĒ Iíve been fairly successful in putting together foods that travel well (with the help of a cooler, of course) and manage to keep me happy when weíre away from home (which isnít of course nearly as often as you are). Well, Iím sure you know best, and know what youíre doing, but I just wondered if there werenít some ďprepare aheadĒ things you could bring along with you, and maybe some creative substitutions for the ďyummy stuffĒ? I clicked on the link to the Grange Fair, incidentally, and it does look like fun! Hope you & your friend enjoy yourselves!
Sounds like YOU have a busy day ahead of you, Theresa-dear! Iím glad, incidentally, that youíre taking that return to Curves very gradually. I think thatís the wise approach. Enjoy that little granddaughter, too, once all your errands are done and chores finished. She is just as sweet as she can be...
Iím feeling better, Phyl - thanks for asking! Took my next-to-last antibiotic pill this morning, and seem to have slept better and am coughing/sneezing less today. Feel more rested, too. Had a SLIGHT panic attack this morning because I couldnít FIND my antibiotic pill pack. I went through my kitchen cleaning like a tornado yesterday, and had left them (I thought) lying on the table next to my big jade plant. Went to take one this morning, and the pack was nowhere to be found. Searched high and low and in even the most improbable of places, and nothing! Finally, DH, in a last ditch effort, considered the highly unlikely possibility that theyíd been thrown in the trash (which he took out & put in the barrel last night) and went out to look, and sure enough, thatís where they were! When I clean, all I can say is ďeverybody better watch out!Ē I donít know what weíll do, though, when we get ready to sell THIS place. We BOTH leave litter in our wakes, and the REAL cleaning only gets done on weekends. During the week, I cook, DH cleans up from supper and runs the dishwasher, but most of the rest of the place goes begging...
Well, Trish, you sure do keep busy, donít you? You sound like a very organized person. Tsk. Well the best I can do in that vein is invite you to visit me - then you can organize MY place for me, too.
Bobbi! Those tips you sent were great! I saved them as a word doc. Because there were so many helpful ones that I didnít know about. Thanx!
Jo-annie. Hope you're having a boffo weekend, girl!

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HI to all my dear darling GOLDEN GIRLS I also have to just fly by but let everyone know I am thinking about them and checking in to make sure all is well with everyone.

Got through my week --- found that even though I wasn't allowed to exercise I figured I deserved to eat an extra 300 - 400 calories a day - -when will I ever shed this mindset??? Anyway -- I am on the mend I have my third appointment this week today - and hopefully I will be able to go to one a week and then once a month. I should stop being stubborn and do the preventative maintenance -- I know it will save me grief in the future. LOL just like how I know I shouldn't have eaten the extra calories - I know all these things that are good for me but -- oh well. Lets face it if I was a slim trim lady I would have never met this wonderful group of ladies -- so there you go.

I also would like to report that I broke the ice with my "ex-friend" -- I mentioned a while ago that I am attending her daughter's wedding. All last week I decided I should make an attempt - just so that the receiving line wasn't an akward scene. A few other friends felt the same way. Ironically I called another couple that were wanting to get together with her (they had never really had a falling out). I called at the exact time that she was there visiting -- one thing led to another and we both met for coffee last Monday. It was good -- we didn't dwell on the past - we just caught up and silently agreed to move forward. It would be nice if we maintained the friendship -- I think we both would like that - it will just never be as close as it was. We are two different people now with different needs. So its all good. Thanks for all the support on my original post - -I think a lot of what you said might have planted the seed of desire to meet within me.

So off to the chiropractor, then take the truck for service, food shopping for the week and for the family BBQ tomorrow. I hope to catch up with everyone on Monday.
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Hey everyone...zooming in to say hey...hopefully I'll have time to play catch up tomorrow on all the posts. This week has been very hectic. It seems that clients want to load up on me as soon as school starts every year when they've had the whole summer to do so. Not complaining, $ is $ !

I worked till about 10 this morning, then we took off for a farmer's market in a town about 20 minutes from here close to the lake. I found some really neat stuff. I was actually going for a terragon plant. A friend said she saw one there last weekend, but the lady had already sold out of them this morning. Luckily she said her sister lives in my town and would bring me one soon..I said to make that 2 of them!
We also got a morning glory tree...never seen one before. We also got a mexican petunia that hopefully will spread.
Then we came upon something VERY interesting... stevia plants. The guy told me to try a leaf and it was sweet!! He said to dry the leaves for several days then grind them with a coffee grinder or mortor and pestle. I got 2 of those also and then I got an anise plant.
I also got some wonderful homemade organic soap ..bay rum and orange/lavender. I'm a sucker for soaps.

We are just keeping an eye on Dean and making a list of to-do's just in case. Have a small battery supply, but need to get more. All we had for 6 weeks after K was a little battery black and white tv which was our only way of getting any kind of news and it sucked up 6 batteries at a time. We could only get one channel that was fuzzy using foil on the antena ...what I would have given for a good pair of rabbit ears!!

Looks like it is heading to texas right now, but you never know how those suckers will bounce in gulf.
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Good Morning Everyone,

Yesterday in PA was glorious. Wish we could have weather like that more often - never satisfied, right?

Hi Theresa, I posted on your weight loss thread - hope that was how you wanted it. Have fun with Jessica and those other people she lives with.

Hi Phyllis, when you're finished there, want to come and do my cabinets?

Hi Trish, sounds like you're really busy. Good for you - fitting your exercise into your schedule.

Hi Bobbi, I love all those tips, but how are our old brains going to remember them when we need them? I make lists, but then I forget where I put the lists!

Hi Zoe, you wrote, "I know that you and I aren’t eating quite the same things, but with my low calorie/high fiber “allowables” I’ve been fairly successful in putting together foods that travel well (with the help of a cooler, of course) and manage to keep me happy when we’re away from home (which isn’t of course nearly as often as you are). Well, I’m sure you know best, and know what you’re doing, but I just wondered if there weren’t some “prepare ahead” things you could bring along with you, and maybe some creative substitutions for the “yummy stuff”?"
I guess I need to begin to try some things and see what happens with my blood sugar. While I was on vacation with dd & sil, we went to an Italian restaurant. I had chicken marsala + had 1/4 of a small piece of Italian break + had around 6 strands of white pasta. My blood sugar went up to 240! I'm working with a dietitian & taking lots of vitamins to deal with the lack of wheat & fruit, but I haven't done a lot of experimenting with whole grains & portions of fruit (e.g., a 1/4 of an apple). I know I need to really figure out what I can eat and what I can't.

Hi Joanne, I'm so glad to hear about you and your friend. Will make things more comfortable for you at the wedding.

Hi Cat, those flowers are beautiful. I've tried to use stevia instead of Splenda - didn't do it for me. I'm a Splenda junkie.
I'm so sorry that you've got to deal with hurricane season. It must be terrifying for you. Let's hope it will pass quickly.

I've got another day at home - I'm planning on grocery shopping and then, making a new recipe - zucchini fritters. If they turn out good, I'll post the recipe.

Check back later,

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