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View Poll Results: With the Holiday Season here, what are your predictions on the scale come New Years
I think I will stay the same as I am now. 7 25.93%
I think I will be up 1-2lbs from where I am now. 4 14.81%
I think I will be up 3-4lbs from where I am now 0 0%
I think I will be up 5lbs or more from where I am now. 1 3.70%
I think I will have lost 1-2lbs from where I am now. 5 18.52%
I think I will have lost 3-4lbs from where I am now. 2 7.41%
I think I will have lost 5lbs or more from where I am now. 5 18.52%
I think you better come looking for me after New Years! 2 7.41%
Other 1 3.70%
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Old 11-19-2002, 04:55 PM   #46  
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Getting ready to head out.

Not sure what the evening will bring.

Heartmom, the only legal pretzels I know of are the Oat Bran pretzels.

Sef, Loved the MM, A good message. I have to transcribe my "shorthand" quickly too or it's lost.

Denise, Sounds like you are back on track. Hang in there. Thanks for the sweet words and kind offer. This board is more than just SBing, it's friends too.

Yellowrose, Glad you are getting out some. Hoping you don't have too much pain from not wearing your brace. Glad no one was hurt seriously.

Counrty, Have a great night.

Glory I Be, glad you are sticking around.


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Old 11-19-2002, 05:03 PM   #47  
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Back from the doctors.....

He decided my daughter has something kin to asthma, and gave her an inhaler to use. Then he ran in and out, and while he was waiting on her lab tests, went to see another patient, and never came back to see me! Man, was I ticked! The PA checked me...decided there was too much tenderness in the vicinity of my liver and sent me for liver function tests. All in all, a frustrating afternoon!

So, back to bed, and resting. No let up from that corner!

GRACIOUS: Space bears and glow in the dark sound just my speed... The weirder the better! I definitely walk to a different drummer!

DENISE: My daughter cleans once in a while to be nice...not often...but usually she cleans when she wants money! I work out deals with her, doing things for her in return for cleaning. When she wants to have a party here, I am pretty open about it, but she has to do the cleaning to MY satisfaction ahead of time. She is a bit more structured than my other two, who had NO concept of what cleaning meant. The older daughter is married, and I really feel for her husband! Hang in there, once your daughter hits about 21, she will settle down. My 21 year old did at about 20. She is married now, which also helps, but we REALLY butted heads until she was at least 19!

Ok, I am going to crawl in bed before BOB comes after me. I keep listening for Rocky Top, and feeling just a little bit uneasy!
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Thanks for your support Monet. I just hung up on her because she refuses to go see the Guidance Counselor with me tomorrow!! I'm soooo angry. Now, she is grounded on the weekends and I'm taking her computer, phone, Tv and Radio out of her room AND her walkman!! I'm trying.....
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Speaking of recipes, I would like the veg soup one and the Crystal Light margaritas.
Lyn-I know where Brevard is-my brother now lives in Lake Toxaway. It is so pretty up there. I hope you continue to get better and better.
Is that how you all answer all these emails--take notes while you read everyone? That is a great idea. I was wondering how it was done
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Old 11-19-2002, 06:53 PM   #50  
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Can't Believe We Made It" !
> > > Perhaps you lived as a child in the 50's, 60's or
> > >70's or even earlier. Looking back, it's hard to believe that we have
> > >lived as long as we
> > >have...As children, we would ride in cars with no seat belts or air
> bags.
> > >Riding in the back of a pickup truck on a warm day was always a
> special
> > >treat. Our baby cribs were covered with bright colored lead-based
> paint.
> > >We
> > >had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, doors, or cabinets, and
> when
> > >we
> > >rode our bikes, we had no helmets. (Not to mention hitchhiking to town
> as
> > >a
> > >young kid!) We drank water from the garden hose and not from a bottle.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >Horrors. We would spend hours building our go-carts out of scraps and
> > >then
> > >rode down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. After
> running
> > >into the bushes a few times we learned to solve the problem. We would
> > >leave
> > >home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were back when the
> > >streetlights came on. No one was able to reach us all day. No cell
> > >phones.
> > >Unthinkable. We played dodgeball and sometimes the ball would really
> > >hurt.
> > >We got cut and broke bones and broke teeth, and there were no law
> suits
> > >from
> > >these accidents. They were accidents. No one was to blame, but us.
> > >Remember
> > >accidents? We had fights and punched each other and got black and blue
> > >and
> > >learned to get over it. We ate cupcakes, bread and butter, and drank
> > >sugar
> > >soda but we were never overweight......... we were always outside
> > >playing.
> > >We shared one grape soda with four friends, from one bottle and no one
> > >died
> > >from this. We did not have Playstations, Nintendo 64, X Boxes, video
> > >games
> > >at all, 99 channels on cable, video tape movies, surround sound,
> personal
> > >cell phones, Personal Computers, Internet chat rooms ... we had
> friends.
> > >We
> > >went outside and found them. We rode bikes or walked to a friend's
> home
> > >and
> > >knocked on the door, or rung the bell or just walked in and talked to
> > >them.
> > >Imagine such a thing. Without asking a parent! By ourselves! Out there
> in
> > >the cold cruel world! Without a guardian. How did we do it? We made up
> > >games
> > >with sticks and tennis balls and ate worms and although we were told
> it
> > >would happen, we did not put out very many eyes, nor did the worms
> live
> > >inside us forever. Little League had tryouts and not everyone made
> the
> > >team. Those who didn't, had to learn to deal with
> disappointment....Some
> > >students weren't as smart as others so they failed a grade and were
> held
> > >back to repeat the same grade.....Horrors. Tests were not adjusted for
> > >any
> > >reason. Our actions were our own. Consequences were expected. No one
> to
> > >hide
> > >behind. The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke a law was
> unheard
> > >of. They actually sided with the law, imagine that! This generation
> has
> > >produced some of the best risk-takers and problem solvers and
> inventors,
> > >ever. The past 50 years has been an explosion of innovation and new
> > >ideas.
> > >We had freedom, failure, success and responsibility, and we learned
> how
> > >to
> > >deal with it all. And you're one of them. Congratulations! Please
> pass
> > >this on to others who have had the luck to grow up as kids, before
> > >lawyers
> > >and government regulated our lives, for our own good.
> >
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Hi everyone!

It's been a while since I've posted last, but I have been lurking the last week or so. Well, I had my first major set back about a month or so ago. I totally blew it! Since Deb called me, I have finally been able to get back on track, and I have lost some of the weight I had regained. I think I gained 5-7 pounds during a 3 week bad period. I am looking forward to seeing the pounds start to come off again. I was not about to give up almost a year of hard work by going back to my old eating habits... not to mention that I felt lousy again with all the crappy food I had been eating. Anyway, just wanted to drop in and let you all know I'm still alive and doing well! Take care!
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Default BOB'S VEGGIE SOUP!!!!!

EVENING EVERY BUDDY!!!


Still chilly over here, but I'm loving being able to throw open the windows and let the wind blow everything out!

My soup recipe is my Mom's and I've been eating it all my life!!!!


2 beef shanks
2 cans SWANSON'S 99% fat free beef broth
1 large and I mean large spanish onion
1 small head of cabbage
1 LARGE can crushed tomatoes
1 regular size can DEL MONTE stewed tomatoes(no added salt)
1 pkg LIPTON'S veggie soup mix
2 regular cans VEGALL (no added salt)

IF you want to add any other veggies, please add them the more the better!!!

Cook the beef shanks in the beef broth with only a little salt. ( I use a pressure cooker)
In a large soup pot, cut the onion to your preference but not minced...chop the cabbage and add together with everything else.
When the meat is done, let it cool, pour the broth into the soup pot and tear the meat apart. I sometimes use about a pound of beef stew meat also.

Stir all together mixing really well...you will be able to tell if you need to add any water and usually you do.

There are little chuncks of potatoes in the VEGALL and I strain the juice into the soup pot and then pick out the potatoes...

Bring to a boil and then simmer for about an hour....YOU WON'T BE SORRY!!!!

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GOOD EVERY BUDDY!!!


My Brother surprised my Mom this afternoon...so much that it made her cry!

LIN...Not originally from TENNESSEE, but 65 NE on the border of KENTUCKY ..
BRISTOL, is a fond memory of my growing up years. I was in the band and we used to go there for competition every year..My Nephew played football for ETSU in Johnson City. And then there's KNOXVILLE...IF there was ANY money to be made there, I would live there in a NEW YORK MINUTE!!!
Do you like living in Charleston? What took you there? Is your Husband a TENNESSEE fan?

MONET....YES...tell where you got the online version of SCRABBLE?
Sounds like a ruff day....better listen to OLE BOB ....GET IN THE BED AND STAY THERE!!!!!

SUSAN...SO, your going HOME for Turkey DAY???? or are you talking about Christmas...ROLL TIDE!!!! PLEASE DON"T TELL ANYONE I SAID THAT!!! ROLL TIDE~!!!!!!

SORRY I can't address everyone.. I'm ONCE AGAIN doing laundry
and finishing up things I didn't get done this weekend!

Have a good evening..

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Daramus- welcome back! Did you loose 50 pounds on SB? I also have lost around 55 pounds, but only 20 of those are from SB. I joined this board at the end of April but it was about 2 months later before I really committed myself to this way of eating. I enjoy the freedom of this woe- I don't really consider it a diet. A diet is something that I have tried too many of and have failed everytime. With this, if I fall off the wagon, I can get back on and dust myself off.
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Hi everyone! It's been a great week! I love sugar busters so far. This is my second week and haven't felt deprived at all, I did goof once allready and had a few onion rings, but I had not eaten any other starchy carbs that day. Oh well, I will take it one day at a time. I play an online version of scrabble called Literati at yahoo. I got addicted to it for awhile! LOL! I am glad there is a great site like this one for support and I love reading all the journals. I will be on here early for WIW, good luck to everyone tomorrow. Well, I guess it isn't really luck. I am off to leave my offerings of potatoes and white bread to the scale gods, good night to all.
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SEF and BOB: I got the Scrabble game from my daughter for Christmas last year. I know she bought it at Wal Mart in the cheap software area. It has a feature that allows you to play with others online. If you two get it, we will have to play sometime! It is the official Scrabble, and a lot of fun...I think she paid about $10 for it. Hope you can find it!

Had a nice dinner. I cooked a whole sirloin tip in the crockpot on Saturday, and then made some Mexican meat mix with part of it. Tonight, Tom just heated up some of the meat and broth and made some broccoli and we shared a baked sweet potato. I topped it off with two squares of Lindt 85% chocolate. I needed that chocolate fix...

DARAMUS: Good to see you! Don't be a stranger! You know we all love you, you are our token male!

DENISE: I am with you...there are times when teens seem more effort than they are worth! Just so you don't feel like the Lone Ranger...today, mine was very angry that it took so long at the doctors. Now mind you, it was her fault! She wanted to be tested for asthma, and messed up the test a few times. But when they sent me up for lab work, she was pretty mad, since she wanted to get back to school in time to run with the cross country coach. I tried to reason with her, and she turned on me, in front of the PA, and told me to shut up! Once the PA left the room, I gave her a piece of my mind, and she got rather sullen. She has her moments... We did not make it back in time, and it was not the end of the world! Surprise surprise! She did recover by the time the lab lady started cutting up with me, but man...I wanted to knock her teeth down her throat there for a minute! And it was embarrassing! It shall pass tho...praise God they don't stay in their teens forever!

JACK: I am so sorry about your BIL. Hope everything goes ok tonight. In ways, not seeing him for all those years makes it even harder! Hope there are no regrets...

LIN: Sometimes if there are a lot of posts I want to reply to, I use Windows Notepad. Then I can make my posts in it, as I read, and copy and paste my replies in my post. After a while, I think you get to know everyone well enough to keep up a bit easier.

GRACIOUS: Do you need my size, and shall I send you some $$ for the flannel? Anything but red rose buds and stars. That is what is on the ones I am tired of....

I hope to make it back for chat!
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QUICKIE..

Sorry I didn't get to get in a post and tomorrow isn't looking good for me to sit down at the computer, so please, bear with me til Thursday.

Did make it to chat though-was fun. Thanks for joining me DARAMUS, LINWORTH, ROBIN, MONET & SERENE

NITE!

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Hello all.

Beth--I'm in Hunstville (well, really Madison). I tried calling but got no answer so I left a message. I'll be here until about 2:00 tomorrow. I'm speaking at a lunch meeing from 11:00-1:00. I hope you are feeling better--I'm a little worried about you!

Trip here was uneventful, but after I got here my Mom called to tell me that my Dad's cousin in NJ died this morning. I've spent the evening trying to find them plane tickets--but I think they are going to have to drive--this being the weekend before THanksgiving tickets are hard to come by and EXPENSIVE--I haven't even gotten a bite on priceline.com. Oh well.

Speaking of which I have to go and call my parents to let them know I haven't found anything.

Hope to talk to y'all in the morning.

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Morning All

We had our first snow storm of the year over the weekend. It snowed for 28 hours straight! We ended up with between 6-8 inches of snow. I shovelled it and I say it was closer to the 8 inches! At least half of it is already melted, but it gets below freezing at night, which has helped it to stay.

Well, this morning the scale is still around 166/167. I'm happy about the scale number, but I feel all puffed up! My pants feel tight. Don't like that.

I'm fighting off a cold/sore throat. Blah! I had been doing pretty well for nearly a whole week, but yesterday slipped up and had 4 cookies. Put it behind me and ate OP the rest of the day.

I hope everyone has a GREAT WIW! I've gotta go get DS ready for school


Bye for now!
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WIW

Gotta post here on the bottom. I have tried twice to *post reply* so I can read the posts and respond but it freezes. I don't have the time to try again so I am going from memory here!

I am down another 1.5 lbs today so things are looking good. I am glad to be eating SB and seeing results without doing the freaky stuff. Here is my menu for yesterday. I was hungry in the evening but suffered through it.

Tues..

Breakfast: coffee with cream, apple, 1 slice of luncheon roastbeef

Lunch:2 chicken legs, 1 WW pita toasted with butter, diet pepsi

Dinner: Chili, diet pepsi, coffee with cream

Evening Snack: strawberries with 1/2 tsp splenda and a handful of pork rinds..I know, but it was all I had and I needed some crunch!

Water: 3 litres

MONET- Hmmm..maybe I should start a business since I am sewing queen now!

YELLOWROSE- I went back and looked too! I thought I was going crazy..but I'm not.
I hope you had a nice outing with your friend..and a safe one!

ZANNE- We got all that snow too, it was crazy. Then it rained and froze so everything is a sheet of ice.

BOB- Loved that *Can't Believe We Made It* thing. It is sooo true. I am using it in a little newsletter that I put together. Thanks.

TONI- Where are you girl?

LKF- Where are you too? Still doing renovations?

Gotta fly!
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