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Old 12-22-2007, 11:46 PM   #121  
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Old 12-23-2007, 09:46 PM   #122  
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Hey! Anybody moving and shaking today? Looks like a lot of folks took the day off.

I'll catch you all tomorrow!

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Old 12-25-2007, 11:36 AM   #123  
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Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all! I wish you a great day, week, new year

I love visiting the 20 something, fit and healthy kids for Christmas! Meals are perfectly OP without my saying a word. We walk everywhere, so exercise isn't an issue. Their idea of a great activity to do together was to take us to a 2 hr yoga class the first day we arrived.

It has been amazing to come back for a visit 50+ lbs. lighter. Hills that caused feelings of dread aren't even a challenge any more. The visit is more enjoyable already
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Old 12-25-2007, 11:19 PM   #124  
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Counting, it sounds like you are having a wonderful time, and isn't it great that the food and exercise are included so easily?

Well, I am back from 24 hours of eating all kinds of stuff - some good, but most bad. I pretty much planned to just go with the flow. What really impresses me is that I ate more bad stuff in one day than I have the whole rest of 2007. It just served to show me how well I have done, and strangely enough, I feel motivated to get back on track right away. I didn't binge on anything, I just ate one or two of everything offered. That was plenty, believe me. The only things that I ate that were really good and worth the price fat and calorie-wise were some really good Belgian chocolate and some Baclava. The rest of it - chili loaded with greasy meat, tamales, hot dogs, cheap sausage and cheese, brownies from a mix only served to show me that I am not missing anything at all!!!!!
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Old 12-26-2007, 08:34 AM   #125  
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Hey gail,

Yes, life is too short to eat bad food!

I ate many calories yesterday as well--gosh, over 2000, FitDay tells me! Happily, it was all good quality food--no junk, no greasy stuff, no food not worth eating. Still, it was too much. So, I'm just as happy there are few leftovers (except some vegetables and some strawberries, which are low calorie anyway).

We'll start a new thread now for folks to check in... C'mon over to #6!

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