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biscottibody59 - Monday Mar 19, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


In order to learn, one must change one's mind. --Orson Scott Card

For my activity:
Sat & Sun: Nothing

It comes once a year and here it is again-- My Birthday!

Days 12 & 13 were 0 for 2 for my routine. I shall be skipping my weigh-in tomorrow. Today I will not be one to hold back with my food choices--pretty sure of that!

Though I haven't been awfully committed to working out lately, I will most certainly get my scheduled circuit in today!

Plan for today: Circuit workout, NTrack, walk

Two elderly couples were enjoying friendly conversation when one of the men asked the other, "Fred, how was the memory clinic you went to last month?"

"Outstanding," Fred replied. "They taught us all the latest psychological techniques--visualization, association--it made a huge difference for me."

"That's great! What was the name of the clinic?"

Fred went blank. He thought and thought, but couldn't remember. Then a smile broke across his face and he asked, "What do you call that flower with the long stem and thorns?"

"You mean a rose?"

"Yes, that's it!" He turned to his wife . . . "Rose, what was the name of that clinic?"

Have a good day!


2552 cal * 115g Fat * 24g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-343 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -74 (s/b +400 to +500)

Soon2BThin on 03/19/2007:
Happy, happy birthday, Biscottibody!! You go out there and enjoy your day! You deserve it! And that was such a funny story, so true. I'll be thinking of you. Have fun!


Justine6Robert3 on 03/19/2007:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Biscottibody!!!! I hope you have a great birthday!! Enjoy eating without guilt today, its only once a year right!!!


borntocry on 03/19/2007:
Hahaha, great joke! And happy birthday!!


liza36 on 03/19/2007:
Happy Birthday!!! Hope you are celebrating in style. I love Orson Scott Card, and your quote struck me. It's what I need to do - a mental shift.

Enjoy YOUR day.


Donkey on 03/19/2007:
Happy Birthday to YOU!!!


greengirl on 03/19/2007:
Love the joke and have a HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BISCOTTIBODY!!!!! Many happy returns of the day :0)


Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/19/2007:
Happy Birthday...looks like its motivating you to workout!


slinny on 03/19/2007:
Hope you have a wonderful birthday!


sasyredneckgirl on 03/19/2007:
HAPPYYYY BIRTHDAYYY!!!! and Birthday hugs!!!!! hope you had a GREAT bday!!!


sharklover on 03/19/2007:
Woo hoo!!! Happy Birthday! (although I'm kind fo late because its now officially the 20th. oh wait, its not midnight where you are yet, it still counts!)

Your joke made me laugh out loud. Thanks. :-)


Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/21/2007:
too many groups! let me count... 5 groups...but they don't always rehearse each week. usually, not more than 4 rehearsals a week...sometimes less, sometimes more...i'm really busy now!


liza36 on 03/22/2007:
Thanks for the website to the low-sodium information. It's extremely helpful! I think I'll be needing to make some changes in my diet, not only to lose weight, but for real health reasons. Thanks!



biscottibody59 - Saturday Mar 17, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


A tiger does not have to proclaim its tigritude. --Nigerian Proverb

For my activity: NordicTrack 68 min/7.9 mi; Circ Aer Wkt using Airdyne (14 min/3.1 mi)

Day 11 was 0 for 2 for my routine. I did get in some worthwhile activity. It's safe to say I shed something--skin, winter blahs--something. I feel great!

Plan for today: NTrack, jog/walk

Have a good day!


2199 cal * 78g Fat * 30g Fiber * 112 oz Water
961 cal Deficit * 34% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -84 (s/b +400 to +500)

Donkey on 03/18/2007:
Good for you for getting some activity in! This is something that I gotta start doing...



biscottibody59 - Friday Mar 16, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


By the yard, life is hard. By the inch, it's a cinch. --Proverb

For my activity: Nothing

Day 10 was 0 for 2 for my routine. It was just another crummy day. I thought I was going to like DST coming earlier, but all it's done is to throw a monkey wrench into my sleep pattern earlier and with vengeance it seems, which simply sucks!

It's a good thing I'm such a simpleton that counting days brings me back to make entries here, because this is just about the time (attitude-wise) I tend to chuck it all--for several weeks and undermine the about 13 pounds I've lost in about a year. Funny, but 13# is just about what I'd like to lose (and keep off!) in the coming months.

I'm going to do what I have to today to get out of the red. It's very disheartening to fu*k up so many days in a row.

Plan for today: Circuit workout, walk

Have a good day!


2597 cal * 100g Fat * 23g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-313 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -275 (s/b +400 to +500)

Donkey on 03/16/2007:
You and me both. I have been unable to fit exercise into my schedule for the past 3 days. I hadn't considered it, but perhaps DST does have something to do with it. Hmm...


geevee on 03/16/2007:
Hi Biscotti,

I completely forgot about answering your coffee question. So sorry. Anyway, I have a small Krups, the best make I've found. In the past I had others, but Krups lasts the longest. I also have a Braun coffee grinder. I used to buy the high priced brands but found out that Folger's French Roast suits me just fine. I put the regular grind into the grinder. Sometimes I buy a Latin brand called Aguila which is already ground and then don't have to use the grinder. I can't imagine my day without starting it off with a hearty big cup of expresso. I always drink the equivalent of a full coffee pot of the Krups machine which is more than a regular cup. Half the time I'll have another half pt. That's it. I don't drink coffee at any other time.

Since we left the age of sun dials centuries ago, I don't see any logical reason for an intrusive call to prayers. With everything else that a cell phone can do, why in the world can't these devout people set the alarm or even look at their watch? Why barge into everyone else's world? It might bring fond memories of childhood to BTC but when I experienced the racket, I cut short my vacation in Morocco by more than a week. I HAD TO get away from the noise.

AS for talking to the manager at the Biltmore, that's precisely what I had in mind to do. I know I'll get nowhere with the people hired to sign people up. Worse, that $300 charge is not an increase in fee. That has already taken place. It used to be $850 or so. Now it's $1200 PLUS another $300! I wonder if the membership is down since the prices went up. How many people can afford that price? The only good part is that if I decided to pay the price, I'd be sure NOT to miss! I'd have to really start again in earnest to justify paying so much.

I'm in the process of revving myself up for the ordeal.


greengirl on 03/16/2007:
It must be something in the air. Ive had a few bad days too!! I dont want to give up now!! Gotta get it together!


sharklover on 03/16/2007:
You can add me to the list of who's having bad days in a row too! Man, I thought that when we got out of the dreary month of february it would get better, but that hasn't happened yet. We just gotta keep pushing through!


borntocry on 03/17/2007:
Hehe, gotta love geevee's sarcastic reference to me in her comment...

This is the time of the year that I generally chuck it all and gain about 10 lb too. It's been a trend for the last three years or so (since I joined this site, really). I guess I do tend to go on holiday at this time of the year but it's not just that as much as it's my defeatist attitude towards it that makes me throw in the towel. Or do you think we get too confident about keeping off the weight we've lost?

Well, whatever the reason, it's time for heightened vigilance. We've got to stay in the game, and hope that by the time our motivation returns we won't have set ourselves back too much!

Oh, and thanks for the comment you left me. You're right, there's certainly no such thing as sexual harassment training here. Although honestly I don't get the feeling that the workplace is crawling with sexual predators as one might think here in France. People certainly do make flirtatious remarks and jokes probably more often than they could in America or England. But it seems to be quite harmless.

You were also right about missing out on that lunch at the Italian restaurant - that's exactly the kind of thing which would normally lead to a huge binge later. But I knew I had to watch out for that because otherwise I'd really kick myself for not going to the restaurant.

And speaking of binges, I read the article you posted the other day. It was interesting to read that there might be gene which cause some people to feel hungrier than others. I've definitely noticed that I seem to feel hungrier than other people, and I never get full. Although I think some people are a little too eager to give up responsibility for their actions. So having the gene for hunger means that one doesn't necessarily have less will-power than others. But maybe people with less will-power just don't have the gene for will-power, so it's not their fault either! Really, we could blame everything we do or don't do on our genes.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/17/2007:
hehe, nobody thinks of loosing "13 lbs." It's always 5, 10, 15! lol! but, you did it once and i'm sure you can do it again this year!!! I know you'll get back on track, especially as the weather improves! I can tell you are disappointed with yourself lately in terms of calories and fitness...but, change doesn't always come easy! however, i can tell you are ready to move on!


smiley2 on 03/17/2007:
LOL at your previous entry about the beast hehehehhe i really enjoyed that :) Some days im feeling that beast is actually chasing me around...hopefully i will get him "roped" again anytime soon!



biscottibody59 - Thursday Mar 15, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


Boldly ventured is half won. --Proverb

For my activity: Nothing

Day 9 was 0 for 2 for my routine. Didn't get in my circuit--was just too exhausted. I could have pushed myself and gotten a little of it done, but I thought that a good night's sleep would serve me better today to get in the full and much more effective workout. And I ate nearly a thousand calories worth of Poppycock.

Why do I buy things like this thinking I can be sensible and eat just a little at a time and then not even come close to that. It's one of the most calorie-dense things I know of for how much I can actually eat of it--hope that makes sense:-) (And I probably could have eaten even more if I'd bought the sale version.)

It's the same story with homemade cookies.

It's good to have my entries from the past. It allows me to look back to just a year ago to see how well I was doing compared to lately;-) And that with a little effort I can actually get to where I seem to want to be. And that I haven't blown ALL my hard work to hell!

Some days all I can do is look at the big picture and see just where I've come from. We're all struggling to some extent. Somehow though I know if I look away and let up on the neck of the beast I'm now barely standing on--it will certainly come back to bite my (smaller than what I started out with) ass!

Also here's a version of an article/study to a dead link from way back when: Study: Genes may be at fault for binge-eating (Binge-eaters who say they can't help it may be right). Keep in mind the article is now 4 years old. Nevertheless it's interesting.

Plan for today: Circuit workout, walk

Have a good day!


3285 cal * 155g Fat * 18g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-1001 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -163 (s/b +400 to +500)

monet0239 on 03/15/2007:
just a quick hello hun.. hugsssss


borntocry on 03/16/2007:
Hmmm. Yes, I also hate to think that I have become such an obsessive binge eater that there are some foods I just can't have in the house. But I think the thing to remember here is that there are some things, like french fries, full-fat ice-cream, etc (and I think your poppycock may fall into this category) that are so calorie-dense (and nutritionally empty), that they really don't belong in anyone's shopping cart. It's not just a question of how much you can eat of them - how much is one supposed to eat of them? Even a small serving is pretty high-calorie. It's not like chocolate where you could conceivably expect to be satisfied after just a tiny little piece.

Anyway, thanks for your comment. I'm more inclined to your way of thinking - the genetic advantage applies more to sprinters than to long distance runners, and probably doesn't really have all that much bearing for us amateurs anyway. If I really wanted to compete at a high level I'd need to double or triple my training volume, regardless of genetics, and obviously I'm not interested in that. I like to see myself improve at what I do - that's all!

And on that note, thanks for encouraging me on the weight-training - that's another area in which I'd like to see improvements, but I certainly won't if I don't keep it up more regularly!



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Mar 14, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


It is better to ask some of the questions than to know all the answers. --James Thurber

For my activity: Nothing

Day 8 was 0 for 2 for my routine. I'm just not into it--probably because of a couple of distractions including MAJOR spring cleaning that I continue to procrastinate about. However, I'm not having as much trouble getting in my Circuit (wt training). Probably because I seem to lose much more momentum when I skip out on it--more than any other activity anyway.

Calories were sky-high and I was hungry all day. I would have liked to have had a sensible dinner, but I felt sooo hungry even then.

Plan for today: Circuit workout, walk

Have a good day!


3172 cal * 171g Fat * 16g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-913 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -70 (s/b +400 to +500)

Justine6Robert3 on 03/14/2007:
Way to go on the 1 inch and losing 1.5 lbs!! For some reason I felt super hungry yesturday also.

Ahhh, spring cleaning, that is something I need to tackle soon also!! I'm not feeling much like exercising the last couple of days either, I'm not sure why I'm feeling so lazy. I can't blame my menstrual cycle because its already been and gone!!

I do enjoy your little quotes, have a good day!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Mar 13, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 156.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside. --Mark Twain

For my activity:
Sun: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (12 min/1.2 mi)
Mon: Nothing except for an extremely long phone call

I'm down a half-inch on measurements and down 1.5 pounds on my weigh-in!

Day 6 was 1 for 2 routinewise--had a good breakfast. Missed my walk, but did pretty well with my other activity.

Day 7 was 0 for 2 for my routine.

Hmm, a pattern . . . and calories were good for the last 2 days.

Plan for today: NTrack, jog, walk

Have a good day!


1684 cal * 56g Fat * 17g Fiber * 0 oz Water
566 cal Deficit * 14% Activities

Running Wkly Def: 112 (s/b +400 to +500)

Progress as of today: 32.5 lbs lost so far, only 13.5 lbs to go!

greengirl on 03/13/2007:
Good results biscottibody!! Like the quote too!!! When my food fought it out inside all the bad stuff won!!!


sharklover on 03/13/2007:
congrats on all the losses! what a good day!


smiley2 on 03/14/2007:
Congrats on the loss! Its amazing how a long phone call sometimes DOES feel like some sort of exercise...im usually bushed after a 2 hour phonecall! Well it most certainly also depends on who its with ;)



biscottibody59 - Sunday Mar 11, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 158.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.1 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Thur: Circ Aer Wkt using Airdyne (17 min/3.7 mi); NordicTrack 11 min/1.1 mi
Fri & Sat: Nothing

Day 3 was 1 for 2 routinewise--had a good breakfast. Missed my walk, but did pretty well with my other activity. And I was just a bit over 1900 calories.

Days 4 & 5 were both big ol' zeros for both brkfst and walk. Been doing pretty poorly with my water intake.

Yesterday was a dangerous combination of hunger and exhaustion. The sleep-deprivation line's been crossed when I start getting a scratchy feeling in one eye along with other irrational pains tied to nothing--yesterday it was my right wrist. These things are usually a one-day thing (gone today!) and always tied to feeling extremely tired. Got a pretty good night's sleep last night--can't call it great!

Plan for today: Circuit workout, walk, NTrack

Have a good day!


3012 cal * 163g Fat * 17g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-718 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -23 (s/b +400 to +500)

sasyredneckgirl on 03/11/2007:
Hope you get some gooood sleep so you can get to feeling full of umph and energy :):):):) Hope you have a good week!!!


geevee on 03/12/2007:
Hi Biscotti,

I'll be sure to microwave the cabbage next time I get up the energy to make cabbage rolls. Not that it's that taxing; just annoying, but so worth the effort when I consider how many rolls I made andhow many meals/snacks I got out of the batch. Also, your tip and BTC's plus Working It's idea of using sausage. Since I've eaten cabbage rolls so seldom, I never had any stuffed with sausage but that sounds very appealing.



biscottibody59 - Thursday Mar 08, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 158.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.1 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Jog 10 min/Walk 30 min

Day 2 was 2 for 2 routinewise--brkfst & walk done! Didn't do the NTrack as scheduled. Oh well, easy come--easy go!

But, I ate a ridiculous 700 calories worth of snack crackers--carefully doled out serving by serving. Had I not kept count I would have surely underreported the calories. Sick!

Those crackers sat around unopened for the longest time and once the box was opened they became a mini-obsession as bad as cookies or brownies. I bought them to use in a recipe over the holidays, which I never made. You just want to get rid of them, but I'm not one to throw unspoiled food away. And I could have just kept eating them--they aren't one bit satisfying or filling. Sick I tell ya'!

Last night I was able to jog in a tank top. It was about 65�F (18�C), no wind, but someone was burning a really stinky log (perfume-like) in their fireplace. That odor mixed with the faint scent of a skunk could have been quite nauseating, but I survived:-)

My lone human encounter on the jog/walk:
Guy in driveway: Evening!
Me: Hidy!

Plan for today: Circuit workout, walk, NTrack

Have a good day!


2681 cal * 105g Fat * 37g Fiber * 56 oz Water
-353 cal Deficit * 6% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -9 (s/b +400 to +500)

borntocry on 03/08/2007:
Oh, crackers are deadly for me, too. It's way too easy to eat way too much. I also often buy stuff for a recipe and then either never end up making it or scale it down so much that there's tons of ingredients left. Like I have all kinds of nuts and dried fruits left over from the holiday season. And NINE types of cheese in the refrigerator!! I don't even want to think about it.

So people greet you on your evening jogs. Over here I'm lucky if a passing runner returns my smile (forget about the non-runners! they hate us!). I can only remember two who have ever smiled back, and one was clearly American (shorts, baseball cap...).

Thanks for the comment you left me. My initial thought was, "But I wasn't running that much last year!" I guess the problem was that I was running on both Saturday and Sunday - generally quite a hard workout on both days - and doing very little during the week. A typical "weekend warrior", as they say. Great for time and convenience, not so great on the joints, I guess.

And yes, the medical certificate is a French thing. It's just so that the race organisers aren't liable if any of us drop dead during it. Whereas it's almost impossible to sue a doctor here (as mine scathingly reminded me when she thought I might have a pulmonary embolism last year) so I guess they don't mind signing the certificates after a perfunctory blood pressure test.

You know, it did occur to me that my calf pain started at around the same time as the biking. Do you think it could be related? I'll bet it's because I haven't been stretching before/after the bike. I'd better stop being so lax about that!

I didn't realise that your back problems had such an early onset. I can imagine how depressing that must have been for you. It was so bad that you couldn't even sleep through the night?! I do wish doctors would be a little more sympathetic to most people's desire to avoid surgery. I guess they've seen so much of it that to them it's nothing. To us it's a pretty scary, not to mention costly and inconvenient, experience. My Dad was also told he'd need knee surgery and would never play tennis again (even WITH the knee surgery). He started taking glucosamine and switched to doubles tennis instead of singles. He's still playing ten years later and doing great!


hollybelle on 03/08/2007:
I have been grabbing a littel too much of certain things that have been laying around for months, too. It's so easy to do. Had to look and see your bio for where you are located (I forget sometimes) saw Texas and then understood the expression - "Hidy"!! I think I have said that myself here in KY at one time or another (tee-hee).


monet0239 on 03/08/2007:
UUug.. that smell sounds very bad.. sorry you had to go through that.. bluck..

have agreat Friday!!


Justine6Robert3 on 03/08/2007:
Sounds like beautiful jogging/walking weather, except for the smelly part!! You have a way with words biscotti, you often give me a giggle, which is always a good thing!!

I often put snack crackers in my daughters lunch but I have learned to pack her lunch right after I have eaten so I'm not so tempted to eat a few! I don't give her alot only 1 serving (usually 8 crackers) I'm struggling with my daughter because she is an even pickier eater than myself! I used to live on peanut butter sandwiches when I was her age and she would do the same but they aren't allowed to bring anything with peanuts to school.

Hope you have a great day tomorrow, I'm so envious of your mild weather, enjoy!!

I can also get carried away with snack crackers! I've somehow managed to stay away from them for the most part, they are very addictive! I got in a really bad habit after I had my son of grabbing crackers and munching them all day long because I just didn't seem to find the time to prepare myself a decent meal with a toddler and an infant. I know, it was lazy, I should have made the time but I didn't. Now that I know how many calories are in them I can see why I had trouble loosing weight after baby my second pregnancy!!!


Justine6Robert3 on 03/08/2007:
Hee, hee, what the heck did I do there!! Somehow I started typing in the middle of what I had already typed and now all of the paragraphs are mixed up!! Oh well, hope it makes sense to you still!! I think my brain is shutting down, its time for me to get my butt to bed!!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/09/2007:
crackers = one of my own poorest choices!!! at least you kept track, something I always do, no matter what!


borntocry on 03/11/2007:
Thanks for your comments, before and after my race! :)



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Mar 07, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 158.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.1 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Walk 40 min; NordicTrack 21 min/2.2 mi

Day 1 was a success for the routine. I got in my walk and my good breakfast.

Plan for today: NTrack, walk/jog

Have a good day!


2175 cal * 78g Fat * 11g Fiber * 56 oz Water
367 cal Deficit * 11% Activities

Running Wkly Def: 49 (s/b +400 to +500)

Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/07/2007:
yay! success is what we want!!! you are out of the rut today!


greengirl on 03/07/2007:
Congrats on the good day biscottibody. Hopefully success will breed success and take you nearer to your aims :)


Donkey on 03/07/2007:
I see that you live in a warmer climate than I, but do you run/walk outdoors or do you have a treadmill? I cannot recall if a treadmill is part of your home gym set-up. Thank you.



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Mar 06, 2007
(<1900 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 158.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.1 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (23 min/2.1 mi); Walk 10 min

I'm up a half-pound on my weigh-in. I did my measurements and I'm up .75 inch overall. I realistically changed my goal weight here.

The Routine Thing: Starting today it's a good breakfast and a walk. Those are two things that I hope I can call non-negotiable in time--I'm not imposing a time frame for compliance. I'm a work in progress:-)

Not to rub it in or anything but our weather is supposed to stay in the 70s �F (20s �C) for the next week at least. And we move forward 1 hour on March 11, so that's a plus for everyone in the US observing Daylight Saving Time.

Plan for today: NTrack, walk

Have a good day!


2460 cal * 86g Fat * 38g Fiber * 118 oz Water
509 cal Deficit * 14% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -15 (s/b +400 to +500)

Progress as of today: 31 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

monet0239 on 03/06/2007:
on the 11th huh.. thanks.. I knew it was this month, but not sure one day.. this will be my first time having to move it up.. being as I am in Central Indiana..lol.. so thanks :)..good to see all is well.. brekky and a walk seems doable ..:).. hugs lady..


Horn_Of_Plenty on 03/06/2007:
thanks...so far I've been doing what you've said...its working (standing up for myself)...I just didn't want to go to bed sooo dirty, lol! haha. Next time I may just take a shower in the am! My sister is in fact 21. definitely an adult. an ordinary, fully capable, sister. i'll work on my own issues to function as I need to, getting things done without bothering to deal with her issues.



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